The winter brings more than just snow, it brings activities for children and teens.
MONDAY: Afternoon temperatures will be at or just above average for this time of year, putting us back in the upper 40s in the ABQ-metro are…
Bernalillo County’s fire chief has a new initiative he said will give residents a better idea of what the department does on a daily basis. …
The Northern Meadows neighborhood has been dealing with frequent and costly brownouts lately, a problem neighbors hope PNM has now solved.
Nearly two million people in the US suffer traumatic brain injuries every year but experts say few understand it. That’s why UNM is helping …
A New Mexico artist is picking up the pieces after she said thieves stole her most valuable piece of art.
A man who deputies say ran from them after a traffic stop is now behind bars.
This week’s edition of the Pick 6 showcases basketball from both the high school and colligate level with one of the best shots in high scho…
The flyover at I-25 Southbound to I-40 Eastbound has been temporarily closed due to a rollover accident.
Crews will begin work down at Elephant Butte Monday.
Mammograms do the most good later in life, a government task force declared Monday in recommending that women get one every other year start…
The grandson of Pat Garrett the legendary lawman who killed Billy the Kid, was buried today.
SUNDAY NIGHT: A quiet finish to the weekend with temperatures in the 20s, 30s and 40s overnight under a mostly clear sky. Our pesky winds wi…
The biggest names in streaming media are showing off a new generation of players.
Here are some events going on around Albuquerque to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
What do skiers, snowboarders, cowboys and horses all have in common? Ski-joring.
From reading work emails, to texting with friends and checking in on her three kids, Angie Noye said she constantly uses her cell phone.
The force was strong today with some four legged friends looking for homes.
Many of us struggle with packing on the pounds this time of year. Some of our furry friends are having the same issue.
Even though fewer U.S. teens are smoking, secondhand smoke remains a big problem for them, a government study found.