Española Police are searching for a man who caused the death of an Albuquerque woman.
Officials are releasing more details in the case of an officer-involved shooting.
New Mexico State Police is investigating an incident that involved an officer firing his weapon.
Another federal appeals court has ruled against Catholic church-affiliated groups who oppose being required to provide contraceptive care to…
A mine waste spill caused by environmental cleanup work spewed about a million gallons of discharge into a tributary of the Animas River.
The Navajo Nation’s longest-serving judge has been designated to oversee the tribe’s Judicial Branch.
The two youngest teens charged in the death of a long time Albuquerque bartender are expected to be in court Friday.
The preliminary hearing continues for the officers involved in the fatal shooting of James Boyd.
They don’t just serve up great sandwiches, they give back to the community too.
With school just around the corner kids will be peddling to class and the city of Albuquerque has a way to keep them safe while doing so.
With school starting next week, it’s important to keep in mind getting your kids up to date on their vaccines before returning to the classr…
It’s all about kids and education at the Rail Yards this week.
U.S. employers added a solid 215,000 jobs in July, signaling a steadily rising job market and likely nudging the Federal Reserve closer to r…
The top stories and headlines on Friday, August 6.
FRIDAY: Afternoon temperatures will be similar, if not slightly cooler, than what we felt Thursday – leaving most of the state in the 80s, 9…
Many parents relax the bedtime routines during the summer and it can be an uphill battle to get kids back on track.
New research suggests “time-out” may be the best method with defiant children.
A combative Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman-turned-presidential candidate, jolted the first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign…
A breakdown of the Aug. 6, 2015 GOP presidential debate in Cleveland through the quotes of candidates.
Business owners in one county are partnering with the state to make sure visitors know they too are “New Mexico True.”