The New Mexico Tourism Department is partnering up with the New Mexico Film Foundation for a film project about life in New Mexico.
The city hired 18 teenagers to work in the Bosque so they spent the summer cleaning it up and making it more accessible while working on lea…
After years of residents complaining about a dilapidated apartment complex near a school, Alamogordo officials have finally declared them a …
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The New Mexico State Police was contacted to investigate an officer involved shooting in Hobbs.
Wednesday, the jury reached a guilty verdict for the conviction of David Cordova. He is charged with armed robbery with a firearm enhancemen…
A man who broke into a pickup and stole a surveillance camera didn’t realize that he didn’t get away with the footage.
The man deputies say was caught on camera pulling a gun in a road rage incident faced a judge Thursday.
High pressure will begin to lose its grip over New Mexico in the next couple days.
A tree fight is brewing in Albuquerque. People on the Westside are up in arms because the city wants to tear down about a dozen of trees at …
The Freedom from Religion Foundation said it received a complaint from a citizen about a public display in Belen, New Mexico.
A vineyard owner is defending a post she shared on her businesses Facebook page earlier this week that has some people riled up.
According to University of New Mexico Police, the man accused of groping a UNM student and holding her against her will was arrested.
Now eight days after a mining waste water spill tainted the Animas River, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency is continuing to t…
The man accused of murdering a state police officer and fleeing to Cuba said he won’t come back to New Mexico because he doesn’t think he ca…
According to Hobbs Police, 29-year-old Anna Polson was reported missing after failing to show up to work on August 13.
The search for missing teen, Erica Montoya, has come to an end.
Albuquerque police were in two different locations and cited 62 drivers for speeding in one hour.
The New Mexico supreme court issued a ruling today that will prevent Albuquerque city employees from holding a state elected office.
A 44-year-old Santa Fe man was arrested for drugging women and raping them while they were unconscious.