The state Environment Department has issued a notice of violation to Socorro-based asphalt company Blue Collar Construction for improperly disposing of a
The city’s schedule of chalking lines on Albuquerque softball fields early in the day is drawing complaints from parents and coaches who want to use the fields
A 59-year-old Rio Rancho resident who admitted she overestimated her capabilities when she signed up for a martial arts gym waited months for a promised
A deal to finish a courthouse that has already cost taxpayers millions now hangs in the balance because of more questionable behavior by county officials.
The same year Manny Aragón pleaded guilty to taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks, Bernalillo County eliminated the property taxes on his
There have been conflicting reports about the FBI's investigation into the state's racino contract with the Downs at Albuquerque and the governor's office's
An Albuquerque man who bought a used Jaguar in November but couldn’t drive it for seven months because of car trouble is entitled to a refund from the dealer,
A simple alphabetical error by the state’s Public Education Department cost the most vulnerable students at 25 New Mexico school districts and charter schools
An Albuquerque couple who were burglarized last week said they later found some of the stolen jewelry for sale on the Internet site, Craigslist.
A star high school wrestler who was allowed to compete in a state tournament despite being suspended from school for bullying is proof that a double standard
An upcoming Sandoval County murder trial is expected to stir up tensions, last for weeks and tax the sheriff’s department charged with keeping the peace.
An independent commission that, by state law, is supposed to keep a close eye on the tens of millions of dollars the state spends each year on computer and
After a drunken driver killed five members of a Las Vegas, N.M., family in 2006, the lone survivor of the accident and her grandparents found a new purpose in
A former New Mexico State Police officer is under investigation for allegedly drugging and raping two women, according to News 13 sources.
The 24-year-old Albuquerque resident who attacked fellow church members with a knife last week showed classic signs of a man out of touch with reality,
An Albuquerque discount grocery store that specializes in selling food products past their “use-by” dates is not breaking the law or violating health