One man had a happy ending after his old and precious guns were returned to him after being stolen.
A new Albuquerque attraction locks teams in a room and challenges them to solve the puzzles needed to escape in less than 60 minutes.
An Albuquerque couple was targeted by a heinous crime. The small business owners went into work to find hateful, racist messages spray-paint…
The final day of the Major League Baseball Draft saw a pair of current Lobos and a pair of incoming Lobos taken.
The woman who was reported missing after dropping her son off at the University of New Mexico Tuesday has been found.
In a report released Wednesday night, the city’s Inspector General found former Albuquerque police chief, Ray Schultz, broke city rules in h…
Chaves County followed through on its promise, cleaning up a major eyesore right off the highway near Roswell.
Bernalillo County has released a children’s book based on the character Bernco Bernie.
The state’s tourism department is giving an incentive to vacation in the state this summer.
A father and son fishing trip turned into quite a haul for two men at Elephant Butte Lake.
With gay pride this week, the University of New Mexico will be taking part in several outreach events.
A Rio Rancho non-profit got a special treat today.
A proposed ordinance that could put regulations over food trucks in Albuquerque is getting some pretty negative feedback.
Local bakeries are feeling the hurt from a liquid egg shortage.
Drier air is in the process of working its way into New Mexico and is bringing a quick end to the afternoon thunderstorms.
An Albuquerque teacher is getting probation for admitting to having sex with a 16-year old girl, but that sentence is lighter from other loc…
Bernalillo County wants more oversight inside the Metropolitan Detention Center.
The U.S. national team is dismissing critical comments that former coach Pia Sundhage made about some of the team’s players.
A Vermont man has escaped jury duty — by getting dismissed for wearing a prisoner costume.
A FedEx employee who conned a man out of $300,000 pleaded guilty on Wednesday. Police say John Meister was working in Gallup when he asked a…