The cleanup from the last big storm continues, especially in southeastern New Mexico.
The city wants to hear from you about a plan to revamp the Bosque.
On Thursday, Attorney General Hector Balderas said that the New Mexico Supreme Court has denied review of a man convicted of sexually assaul…
New Mexico State University is seeking a tax refund for its out-of-state athletic events from December 2011 through 2014.
Representative Nate Gentry filed a bill on Thursday that would make it a hate crime to specifically target an officer.
Trinidad police are investigating an accidental shooting that critically injured a 9-year-old boy.
Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is reviving the right-to-work debate in New Mexico, saying she’ll include the issue on the agenda for the up…
An Albuquerque Police Department officer, who noticed something was just not right, helped bust a burglary ring who had wiped a family out.
The record-breaking $700 million Powerball jackpot is the stuff of dreams, but it all boils down to math.
Bernalillo County’s vehicle seizure law takes effect on Friday.
Police have released the toxicology report for an accused drunk driver.
For many decades, New Mexico has had a long standing tie to the world of art.
Stocks and oil prices plunged again on more worries about a slowdown in China, giving the market its worst drop in three months.
The only commercial airline company at Four Corners Regional Airport is planning to close its maintenance operations, though it will continu…
New Mexico has once again been rated one of the worst states in the country for education.
A Las Vegas man has decided to spend 9 months in prison instead of 5 years on probation for his sixth DWI charge. Taos News says Jesus Barra…
A series of storms has made its way through New Mexico and another one is on the way.
Maggie Toulouse Oliver, the top elections official in New Mexico’s most populous county, says she will run again for the Democratic Party’s …
December’s wild El Nino pushed 2015 in the United States to near-record levels for heat, moisture and downright extreme conditions, federal …
What happens if my state does not meet all of the REAL ID requirements?