The start of fall semester marks the beginning of the Red Zone, a time where more sexual assaults on college campuses occur than at any othe…
Alan Hedge, a human ecology professor at Cornell University, says there are real differences between men and women when it comes to body tem…
A financial crunch has led to layoffs and cutbacks at the animal shelter that serves Taos.
University of New Mexico Football Coach Bob Davie believes his team has a legitimate chance to have a good season. Davie also thinks his tea…
Albuquerque Police released new video on Wednesday from the scene after a convenience store clerk was shot while trying to break up a fight.
Back to back victories for the North did not happen in Wednesday’s 6A/5A All Star Football game. In fact the South avenged last season’s los…
Denis Kosan opened a Walter’s Coffee Roastery in Instanbul.
The former police chief, who said she was fired for being a lesbian, is now filing a complaint.
The New Mexico State University newspaper, The Round Up, is no more.
Emilio Marquez was charged with an armed robbery Wednesday based on the ongoing investigation involving him and the murder of Jared Clark.
The cost to build a new stadium at Eastern New Mexico University is growing by millions of dollars.
Detectives and the sheriff’s Special Response Team attempted to serve an arrest warrant Wednesday to an allegedly armed man, but after attem…
Lovelace’s westside hospital is expanding its dentistry services for kids with special needs.
Santa Fe Bite’s green chile cheeseburger is moving on to the next round in the Best Burger in America contest.
The Bernalillo County fire station located in Sandia Park has been named the Lieutenant Johnny Walker Fire Station Number 46.
New Mexico State Police are currently investigating a fatal motor vehicle crash involving two passenger cars and a semi.
The city gave Mary-Beth Bouchard a citation for keeping chickens on her property, but Mary-Beth Bouchard says she will not compromise with t…
Deep monsoonal moisture combined with a back door cold front and a weather disturbance will lead New Mexico into a very wet period.
For the second year in a row, the international celebration known as Diner en Blanc returns to Albuquerque, August 27.
The Albuquerque Fire chief is apologizing for the 911 call that shocked the community.