Top headlines for Saturday May 23, 2015.
For Shannon Henderson, getting a cold or flu could be the difference between putting food on the table and going hungry.
Strong storms rocked parts of eastern New Mexico overnight. Some the storms dumped heavy rain with Clovis picking up more than a .50″. Th…
The estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle says a Santa Fe-based author stole copyrighted material to make a book and movie about Sherlock Holmes,…
A police officer saved a man from his burning home, and it was all caught on video.
While lots of people are out enjoying Memorial Day, there are lots of people working overtime to make it all happen.
Civic Plaza had its first outdoor movie night Friday.
A movie shoot will close downtown Portales next week.
It’s going to cost more to visit White Sands National Monument soon.
Santa Fe Railyard is getting two new attractions.
Bernalillo County detectives think a former jail guard accused of raping an inmate may have done the same thing to at least two other female…
Some homeless veterans in Bernalillo County are about to get a home thanks to a federal grant.
An Albuquerque family wants to know who would steal a religious statue from their front yard and they want it back.
Albuquerque Public Schools won’t be reimbursing the state education department for this spring’s PARCC testing costs.
One vandal is lucky to be alive.
The man accused of stabbing his sister to death was in court on Friday.
A Santa Fe middle school principal and teacher will not face charges over allegations the teacher threw paperback books that hit two student…
Twenty-three years ago an Albuquerque High School freshman wrote her dream on a dollar bill.
Crews are in the process of cleaning up a fuel spill in southeast Albuquerque.
It’s been more than three weeks since the Mayor’s Office started asking the people of Albuquerque to give money to charities instead of panh…