Showers and storms will ramp up to end the week, especially across western and central New Mexico. A weak disturbance will move through the …
Tevita Fonua knows the importance of a good snap on the offensive line.
Neighbors of one Albuquerque park are tired of seeing people going to the bathroom in public.
Apparently New Mexico is one of the best places to visit in the fall.
Vandals just won’t quit targeting the home of a disabled, widowed Rio Rancho grandmother.
Eastern New Mexico University says the punishment could have been much worse after admitting to breaking the rules in just about every sport…
An Alamogordo Police officer is being praised for a simple act of kindness.
The Tax and Revenue Department has a warning for New Mexico State University students.
The man who killed a CNM student took a plea deal Wednesday and was sentenced to 33 years behind bars.
Gov. Susana Martinez says New Mexico’s annual bench warrant sweep has collected more than $150,000 in unpaid child support this year.
Smith’s is holding a job fair for veterans and their families. The grocery store chain is trying to fill 250 positions in New Mexico and six…
The National Institute of Flamenco is holding classes to teach the historic form of dance beginning now through December 12.
Facing sharp public criticism for its unanimous decision to give former superintendent Luis Valentino an $80,000 buyout, month’s salary and …
The San Juan County Commission has declared a state of disaster following a violent storm that swept through Aztec and caused what officials…
Visitors headed to the Grand Canyon lately know to expect two things: breathtaking views and long waits.
President Barack Obama secured a landmark foreign policy victory Wednesday as Senate Democrats amassed enough votes to ensure the Iran nucle…
It appears the faucet over Albuquerque has been shut off. During the past two months Albuquerque has seen an drastic drop in rainfall.
An Albuquerque business owner has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for a crime Walter White might commit.
Some $70,000 in assets from former Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella will not be seized.
New Mexico State Police say they have found the body of a missing hiker in the Sandia Mountains.