French taxi drivers pulled out the throttle in an all-out confrontation with the ultra-cheap Uber car service Thursday, smashing livery cars…
People are divided on adding a roundabout on 12th Street between I-40 and Menaul.
The Roswell UFO incident has helped land New Mexico on another interesting list.
Authorities say an Ohio auxiliary firefighter reported a fake fire so he could head to the scene and earn a paycheck, but a different depart…
Fire and police departments issued their warning about illegal fireworks.
There is some good news for struggling farmers.
Moisture will continue to stream into the state to wrap up the work week and through the weekend.
A judge on Thursday blocked Kansas’ first-in-the-nation ban on an abortion procedure that opponents describe as dismembering a fetus, conclu…
Apple is removing games from its online app store that feature the Confederate flag in “offensive or mean-spirited ways.”
Clothing company Lululemon has another wardrobe malfunction on its hands.
Baseball history was made Thursday on a field of wistful dreams in Northern California wine country with the appearance of the sport’s first…
A woman accused of driving her car through a car dealership faced a judge Thursday.
Police say the man behind a SWAT standoff was trying to steal from his grandmother the night of the standoff.
A University of New Mexico Hospital cancer doctor is part of a team that has found a promising new treatment for melanoma.
A Los Lunas woman who murdered her estranged boyfriend is going to prison for more than two decades.
Police call him the “Gummy Bear Bandit”, but don’t let the name fool you. Officers say this man is dangerous and they want to find him.
A young Albuquerque man found documents and more at his neighborhood park, which has become a magnet for trouble.
A former bank employee accused of embezzlement and aggravated identity theft has been sentenced to two years in federal prison in New Mexico…
A major decision means big changes for farmers and ranchers in New Mexico and it could cost them a lot of money.
The monitor who is overseeing reforms at the Albuquerque Police Department has scheduled a series of community meetings around the city.