The Seafood Festival is back, but it ends the second week of April.
A local museum has an educational program for elementary students that gives them the opportunity to meet scientists and learn how older stu…
A Santa Fe judge is scheduled to hear arguments, on Tuesday, in an appeal by the American Institutes for Research or AIR.
Lobo Women’s Basketball coach Yvonne Sanchez has won the women’s basketball coach of the year honor in the Mountain West.
It has been 20 years since the West Mesa boys basketball team has played at The Pit in the state tournament.
What if you never had to change your clocks again?
Another cool start in the 20s & 30s across northern and central NM – 30s & 40s scattered over southern NM this morning.
It was the first time the team had made it into the state tournament in more than 50 years, but parents say how they went out is unfair and …
It’s no secret the Albuquerque Police Department is short on officers, they’re at 900 now, down from 1,100 a few years ago.
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Monday that all residents are required by law to report suspected child abuse and neglect.
A prominent lawmaker’s comment about rape and college kids is causing a stir at the Roundhouse.
A week weather disturbance kicking across the state today helped touch off scattered thunderstorms.
The Albuquerque Isotopes will have a new look, at least on Friday home games.
The City of Albuquerque is about to bring in some new entertainment to Balloon Fiesta Park. The giant inflatable water slides and inflatable…
Authorities say at least 55 people were injured after an Amtrak train collided with a tractor-trailer that was stuck on the tracks. One of t…
The District Attorney’s office says it will review the case of two officers caught on camera beating a suspect.
A Texas couple has purchased and plan to renovate the Lodge At Cloudcroft, a 115-year-old southern New Mexico property that includes a 59-ro…
Federal officials will host a public meeting to discuss the latest on the Kirtland Air Force Base fuel leak clean-up efforts.
Some of Governor Richardson’s top political appointees have won their legal fight with the state to get unemployment benefits.
The man who sold the drug “molly” to a Santa Fe teen who then overdosed at a foam party has pleaded guilty.