An Ultimate Fighting champion is standing up against the recent dog thefts and pleading with the community to break the cycle of dog fightin…
Police say the woman who went missing on St. Patrick’s day has been found safe.
A bill streamlining the New Mexico commission that works to shield the state’s military bases from federal realignment and closure is headed…
An Austin bakery says they were victims of a hate crime. Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop in East Austin posted a photo Wednesday on Instagram of a sti…
A neighbor’s nasty note has gone viral after she left it on an amputee’s car over a handicapped parking spot.
A bill that would encourage the film industry to buy and hire locally has cleared the New Mexico Legislature.
New Mexico’s attorney general is getting backlash for his picks for March Madness.
Dynel Lyne, 34, is accused of stabbing a pregnant woman in the stomach and removing her baby, while the expectant mother visited her home in…
A New Mexico Senate committee has approved a two-tier driver’s license bill, sending it on for a full Senate vote.
The FBI arrested 27-year-old Denise Romero in connection with a bank robbery at the New Mexico Bank and Trust on 4th Street on Monday.
Showers will continue to impact New Mexico through at least the next 36 hours. A cold front will drop in this afternoon and evening, helping…
Spring officially begins Friday, March 20th. Flowers are already springing up in the metro.
Take a look at the effect the NCAA Basketball Tournament has on offices nationwide.
It’s a tragic case. A 34-year-old woman is under arrest, accused of stabbing a pregnant woman in the stomach and removing her baby. The moth…
To find America’s most affordable cities, Forbes looks at median income, housing prices and the cost of living.
Police in Colorado have arrested a 34-year-old woman they say stabbed a pregnant woman in the stomach then removed the fetus from her womb.
Extremism monitor: Islamic State claims responsibility for deadly attack on Tunisia museum.
A bill that limits the use of warrantless drones by police is moving forward in Santa Fe.
For Tim Harris of Albuquerque, success is second nature these days.
It’s that time of year when TV’s are tuned to college ball and the talk is all about brackets.