Tuesday’s Five Facts- Today will be mostly cloudy, with isolated snow showers in the morning, then scattered snow showers in the afternoon. …
TUESDAY:Temperatures will continue to climb this afternoon (but not by much) – expect temperatures to top out in the 20s and 30s over northe…
Governor Susana Martinez took to the sky on Monday with the National Guard to see some of the hardest hit areas of the state.
Parts of New Mexico are still a dangerous mess Monday night after a winter storm slammed much of the state.
The winter weather forced Carlsbad Caverns to close again Monday.
Two Chaves County Sheriff’s deputies are facing discipline for their involvement in a high speed pursuit.
“Home for the holidays” has a whole new meaning for a Vietnam veteran in New Mexico.
Texas teenager who avoided jail time for murder because of an “affluenza” defense has been found in Mexico.
Family members say a 1-year-old girl wounded in a Christmas Day shooting in Chapel Hill has died.
Anne Arundel County Police say a panhandler stabbed a man in the head after the victim gave him some money.
Jacqui Gordon spent Monday sifting through the debris that had been her home, searching for old family photographs — especially of her fathe…
On Monday, Governor Susana Martinez issued an executive order to help supply propane throughout the state.
Thanks to sunshine, some areas saw some snow melt, especially on the roadways.
Pizza Nine is raising money for a University of New Mexico football player who was killed in a crash near Gallup two days before Christmas.
While snow in the Metro cleared up quickly, the other side of the mountains got two feet of snow in some places.
The young man accused of murdering a Four Hills homeowner while trying to break into his car has been in the news before.
Many people in the Roswell area are stranded.
The winter weather had a lot of people pulling out their cameras and capturing the snow that blanketed New Mexico over the weekend.
A federal judge has ruled that the Navajo Nation’s lawsuit against Urban Outfitters can continue under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.
Two men, accused of a burglary that turned into a fatal stabbing of a homeowner in the Four Hills, faced a judge on Monday.