There is a lot of excitement both on and off the field for the upcoming New Mexico Highlands football team. They have made some changes, and…
It is Holy Week, but a Catholic group says what thieves did to their organization is very unholy.
So far most of their contributions have been done with blocking down field.
A longtime Estancia teacher is suing the district, claiming it’s discriminating against her for her religion.
In a speech critical of Senate Democratic leadership, Republican Gov. Susana Martinez said Monday the just-completed legislative session was…
An Albuquerque developer has plans to turn an empty plot of land off the freeway, into unique businesses using shipping containers.
People eating lunch on the Central New Mexico Community College campus got distracted by a video game that taught them a very important less…
A New Mexico couple died in a motorcycle crash in Arizona.
A popular campground that was damaged in a wildfire wants to re-open next year.
Water restrictions start April 1 for Bernalillo County residents.
An Albuquerque man accused of blinding his teenage girlfriend with pliers has been indicted by a Bernalillo County grand jury.
The State Auditor says a small village in southern New Mexico town has been mishandling taxpayer money for years and now they’re subject of …
A Rio Rancho High School student was charged with dealing drugs on school grounds.
A weak system is triggering spot showers tonight around the state while the rest of us enjoy another day of sunshine & warm than normal temp…
Thousands of pilgrims will make the annual trek to El Santuario de Chimayo, and the New Mexico Department of Transportation has been prepari…
Police say at least four people opened fire at the Los Altos Skate Park last week.
State police says a missing Missouri teen was found safe in New Mexico.
Thousands of oil and gas workers in New Mexico have been underpaid more than $1 million.
The FBI and police are trying to find an Albuquerque woman, accused of robbing a bank, who escaped from a halfway house.
New Mexico’s Attorney General says they have new policies for hiring private lawyers to file lawsuits on behalf of the state.