WIAT News is reporting that a patient has been admitted to a hospital in Alabama after experiencing “Ebola-like symptoms.”
Paradise Hills Little League Major’s All-Star team is headed to the Southwest Regional tournament in Waco, Texas.
KRQE News 13 took supply lists from two schools, North Star and Ventana Ranch, to see where the bargains are and to figure out which items m…
Many families hit local parks Tuesday night for the annual National Night Out.
A local company is getting national attention on a new television series.
The mayor is speaking out against a proposed bill that some say would give Albuquerque workers more rights.
According to a Bankrate survey, mortgage closing costs for a typical $200,000 dollar home on average nearly $2,000.
An earthquake shook New Mexico and Arizona Monday night.
The state wants to allow more bear hunting and ease the rules for cougar trapping.
Bus loads of school supplies were delivered to the Albuquerque Public Schools warehouse just weeks before school starts.
A vehicle fire from Monday night is being invested by officials.
The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Emergency Operations Center has been activated as a precautionary measure in response to slightly elevated r…
Another sinkhole opened up, closing down another Albuquerque street Tuesday morning. This is the second sinkhole the city has seen in the pa…
Another case of a juvenile involved violent crime with an innocent victim occurred over the weekend.
Over the past year, nearly two dozen cars have been set on fire. While investigators have not been able to link all the cases, they say it’s…
New Mexican artist featured on lottery scratcher game
Albuquerque Police say a female CNM student was groped Tuesday evening in a campus parking lot.
High pressure over the state will continue to keep storms at bay for the next couple of days.
People in the Albuquerque-area are warning their neighbors to watch out because they say a suspicious man has been going door to door claimi…
Another New Mexico school district is in need of more teachers. Santa Fe schools hope to fill 150 positions by September.