A group is imitating the route Edsel Ford once took from Detroit to San Francisco in 1915.
Officers are currently on Third Street south of I40 investigating a one vehicle motorcycle accident.
County Animal Services Officers received confirmation from State Officials that a bat captured and sent in for testing earlier in the month …
After a wet past few days things will begin to dry out a bit over the weekend.
Last week, a Savannah cat worth $8,000 vanished from a Roswell home after a burglary.
He has waited decades and just wants answers. A son is pleading for clues into who murdered his mother and another woman in the 1980’s.
Friday the team working on recovery efforts at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant announced that a March 2016 reopen date is no longer viable.
David Gallegos works as a nutrition driver for the Department of Senior Affairs.
NASA scientists are using state of the art technology to monitor the drought that has plagued the Southwest.
Gracie Rosales is upset after two masked teenagers ambushed her son, pushed him to the ground and stole his bike over the weekend.
Crimestoppers is asking for help finding Isaac Morfin senior who vanished in the Hopewell area.
Wayne Baty, 27, has been charged with breaking into a home and trying to rape a woman.
According to the Los Alamos monitor, there were reports of a juvenile running around town and possibly had a weapon.
Albuquerque police are investigating a police shooting in southeast Albuquerque.
Mayfield Trojans’ head football coach, Michael Bradley, is in Van Tate’s Sports Office this week talking about the upcoming season and a ver…
Governor Susana Martinez announced that Sitel, a global customer care provider, will add more than 100 jobs at its Las Cruces facility.
Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis called on the sponsors of the proposed Albuquerque Fair Workweek Act to withdraw their bill.
New Mexico State Police say two motorists were killed in a fiery collision involving three vehicles.
A wildfire burning south of Socorro is 60 percent contained. About 700 acres have burned and it’s threatening nearby cultural sites.
A popular site for locals and tourists is being sold to the highest bidder.