A man with a hatred for the government and who was caught with explosives is out of jail.
People all over the world are celebrating Breastfeeding Week and here in Albuquerque they’re doing it with the Chocolate Boob Awards.
Artesia Police have named a suspect in last month’s murder of an New Mexico State University student.
Border Patrol Agents foiled two drug smuggling efforts south of Lordsburgh Tuesday night.
Since his death Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, he has been the subject of documentaries, books and a film.
A new character was created by the city to teach kids about water safety during the summer.
According to Albuquerque Police, a gun shot was fired in the parking lot off Redlands and Atrisco.
The non profit, Dream Big, wants to make sure kids look their best when they start school.
The state approved $45 million to redo the highway from Los Lunas to I40, east of Albuquerque.
The first day of school is just over a week away, and APS is hoping to avoid all of those school bus headaches the district saw last year.
Some animals at the Albuquerque Zoo are dealing with medical problems and visitors are starting to notice as more signs appear on exhibits.
Grasshoppers have taken over Portales and they’re more than just an annoyance, they’re costing people money.
Rev. Casimiro Roca-Toscas of el Santuario de Chimayo passed away Wednesday.
They are supposed to make Albuquerque beautiful, but vandals are targeting public art all over the city.
The heat is on across New Mexico! After another day of triple digit heat in the southeast and temps well into the 90s across central section…
A man armed with a hatchet and gun unleashed a volley of pepper spray at audience members inside a movie theater Wednesday, exchanging fire …
With back to school coming up, parents and students are getting ready to start packing lunches again.
A widening road project kicked off Wednesday morning.
Authorities say police are responding to reports of shots fired at a movie theater southeast of Nashville, Tennessee.
Alabama state health officials say a patient whose symptoms caused concerns about Ebola has tested negative for the virus.