Top morning headlines for Saturday June 6, 2015.
A quick shower rolled through the metro Saturday afternoon dumping a few hundredths of an inch across parts of the metro. Eastern New Mex…
Christie’s auction house is offering works by Claude Monet, Rene Magritte, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso this month amid a vorac…
Top leadership of the Santa Fe Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church changes hands Thursday afternoon. John C. Wester replaces Archbishop…
When Albuquerque drivers think of Montaño, “river crossing” might come to mind, but have you ever thought about how the word is spelled out?
A man’s birthday gift for his wife, a ‘Little Free Library,’ is gone, and neighbors are angry.
An Albuquerque man said he found something in his garage that belonged to Ofc. Gregg “Nigel” Benner.
The wreckage of a glider reported missing has been found in the Lamy area along with the body of the pilot, who was from Illinois.
A felon won an election for a public office that he isn’t allowed to hold.
Health officials have heard from a woman they were concerned may have been exposed to a rabid bat.
State police staked out a 70-year-old woman’s home and arrested her for drug trafficking.
Thieves broke into a Deming portable classroom and stole hundreds of dollars’ worth of new sports equipment.
A New Mexico man killed a bear he says was coming right for him.
Someone is letting whoever stole a ghost bike honoring a dead bicyclist know what they think of them.
It’s opening day for Albuquerque’s newest movie theater.
The online cat craze is stepping into the real world.
It took nearly a year to complete, but the new Rio Grande High School pool is now open.
Thieves hit a local food pantry.
The cleanup began Friday at the memorial where Rio Rancho Police Officer Gregg Benner was killed.
Moisture will continue to stream out of the Pacific over New Mexico through the day on Saturday.