Faced with the prospect of a shutdown in highway and transit aid to states, the House is due to take up a bill to temporarily shore up fundi…
Hurricane Dolores has rapidly strengthened to a powerful Category 4 storm in the Pacific off Mexico’s coast.
It has been more than a year since the City of Albuquerque announced new citizen groups to help the Albuquerque Police Department work bette…
Amber Brown did not wake up one day and decide to do combat sports.
If their stare down of one another is any indication what their fight will be like then you better get your popcorn.
Bernalillo County Animal Services says they’ve been seeing a lot more pets ever since the Fourth of July. They say the combination of fire w…
For years, New Mexico has suffered the effects of drought. But, all the rain this year in the metro has brought major changes. Now the city …
A proposal introduced at the most recent legislative session would’ve required more CYFD involvement with runaway children.
Long the butt of jokes about poor customer service, New Mexico’s Motor Vehicle Division looked forward to mending that reputation when it ro…
A stretch of road that speeders continue to demolish was hit again.
A serial tagger in Roswell has been convicted of his crimes, but he’s not going to jail.
With her step-grandparents dead or dying in the burning wreckage of their small plane, 16-year-old Autumn Veatch needed to somehow find her …
If dogs could talk a rescued pup would have quite the story to tell.
It’s easy to drop things hiking on a trail. Things like water bottles, wrappers, and apparently wedding photos.
It brought on two long YouTube apologies, but Ariana Grande’s doughnut licking video won’t lead to criminal charges.
Charges against a handyman accused of beating and raping a 75-year-old Albuquerque woman have been dropped.
As people celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first atomic bomb, others are still cleaning up the waste it left behind.
The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office is raising money to help a deputy wounded in the line of duty.
Police have recovered more than $96,000 worth of Native American jewelry stolen from a woman in Santa Fe.
Rio Rancho Police say the man accused of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl could face federal charges.