A Rio Rancho man has been indicted for allegedly impersonating an emergency responder.
A judge has fined the New Mexico Public Education Department $485 and ordered it to pay attorney fees to a teachers union for violating the …
The Fourth of July weekend is always big at Elephant Butte Lake State Park, but this year topped them all.
A coroner says a man and his adult son were on board a small plane that collided with an F-16 fighter jet over South Carolina.
Trading has resumed on the New York Stock Exchange after an outage of more than three hours caused by technical problems.
Two senators are unveiling a bipartisan framework to overhaul the taxes paid by U.S. firms on foreign profits while potentially providing mu…
The confetti will be flying when the city holds a parade for the U.S. women’s soccer team to celebrate its World Cup victory.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday kept alive a legal challenge brought by former students who sued Arizona over a ban on ethnic studies in …
New Mexico is embarking on the final phase of an effort to modernize the state’s election management and voter registration system, but offi…
An Albuquerque man who pleaded guilty to providing state driver’s licenses to immigrants who were in the country illegally has been sentence…
The 30th Annual 3-IN-1 Golf Tournament benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico is coming up soon.
United Airlines has lifted their ground stop orders but passengers should still expect delays.
A local market is setting up shop to encourage healthy eating habits.
Every month local photography studio Morning Glory Studio offers a fun ‘Mini Dream’ Shoot program.
What you need to know before you go Wednesday July 8, 2015.
If you’re a visitor, lived here your entire life, or are somewhere in the middle, you are bound to be looking for something to do.
A Navajo Nation utility has been fined $25,000 for discharging more pollutants into a waterway than its permit allowed.
A mostly quiet start across the state with only a few pockets of light rain left over the Northern Mountains.
The Curry County Clerk’s Office says nearly 700 of the more than 3,000 letters sent to purged voters in June have been returned.
Federal investigators and local authorities have been combing through a wide swath of rural, sparsely populated land as they try to determin…