President Barack Obama is marking the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s defeat during World War II by paying tribute to the men and women w…
ACT test takers take note: the No. 2 pencil is losing its cachet. Greater numbers of test takers of the college entrance exam will be able t…
For the second consecutive year Lobo senior Gavin Green is the Mountain West Men’s Golf Player of the Year.
If you’re a fan of local radio, you’ve probably heard the news. Two, long-time broadcasters are off the air.
The New Mexico Rail Runner costs a lot more money to run than it makes. So, should the state just sell it? It’s a question the state Departm…
The High School State Tennis Championships saw rivals collide in the ranks of girls 6A.
The Albuquerque Isotopes ran into a hot Las Vegas 51’s team and was swept away at home.
Former NFL All Pro and Lobo, Terrance Mathis, is no longer investing in the Duke City Gladiators Indoor Football Team.
The Alvarado Transportation Center, just south of First and Central, bustles with people riding the Greyhound bus, the Rail Runner and Amtra…
Two high school students were suspended on Thursday for riding up to campus at Los Lunas High School on horses.
Thursday Albuquerque Police Department officer Lou Golson was presented with a special gift as he continues on his road to recovery.
After 34 years, The Whole Enchilada Fiesta in Las Cruces is coming to an end.
The Valles Caldera is opening its gates on May 15th and unlike in the past, it won’t be so hard to get in.
An Albuquerque man is giving back in a big way.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers have seized nearly two tons of marijuana at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing in southern New Mexico…
An inspection of a Clovis school cafeteria has found a bug in its operation in the form of roaches.
Police say they have gotten new leads on a woman that stole credit cards after she posed as a waitress.
A former Albuquerque officer filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the department for emotional pain and suffering.
Mostly sunny skies will hold across the area once again on Friday before the next storm system rolls the northern New Mexico.
It’s been just one day since Albuquerque’s mayor announced a new plan to cut down on panhandling and so far it’s not working.