Acting as his own attorney Monday, a man accused of killing and dismembering a French Quarter stripper helped choose jurors who will decide …
Saying she hoped to see similar bipartisanship in the future, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez signed into law Monday a package of tax incent…
Bernalillo County has a new undersheriff.
Target will sell its pharmacy and clinic businesses to CVS Health in the latest twist behind a push from big retailers to become all things …
Police in Hobbs are looking for the man they say nearly killed his girlfriend.
You may have noticed that the Winrock Mall is getting a major facelift, but in the mix of all of it, the developers have built something mas…
A problem with Albuquerque sidewalks has residents watching their step.
Showers and storms will diminish through the overnight hours, making way for clearing skies. Temps stay mild through Tuesday morning before …
Parts of New Mexico have been hammered with flooding the past couple years. Now many places are reaping the benefits from it.
An Albuquerque woman is out of jail just days after police say she hit a man crossing the street, then drove off.
The Albuquerque Police Department responded to a SWAT situation in southwest Albuquerque on Monday and arrested two men.
A “Swifty” who planned her wedding around a Taylor Swift concert, managed to get Swift’s attention just as she hoped.
If you’re preparing to move, you may want to follow Dorothy’s lead and click your heels three times.
If you’ve ever stopped by the Barela’s Coffee House in Albuquerque’s South Valley, you never know who might walk through the door.
Colombia’s victory over France proves no team can be underestimated at the Women’s World Cup.
Police have shut down Central in both directions at Utah because of a propane tank explosion.
The career criminal accused of killing a Rio Rancho police officer is set to appear in court Monday along with his girlfriend.
Sandoval County Commissioners have voted to ban fireworks in unincorporated areas of the county.
Big news was announced on Monday for an Albuquerque company.
More than 3,000 names were purged last week from Curry County’s voter roll.