ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - New Mexico is looking more and more like Hollywood, with a long list of major films shot here in the state.
Now, the Tourism Department hopes to capitalize on some of those star-studded credits by making "film tourism" a reason for people to travel around the state.
"Hopefully, that is exactly what we're going to do - get New Mexicans to go around the state to see where things have been filmed," Governor Susana Martinez said at a New Mexico Tourism Department unveiling.
The new "film trails" map shows you in print and online the exact GPS coordinates of where some notable movies were shot, everything from the "Grapes of Wrath" to "The Lone Ranger."
The State Tourism Department says nearly 200 major productions have been shot in New Mexico in the past decade, with an economic impact of $1.5 billion.
Four and a half years after he went to prison, former state senate leader Manny Aragon is out.
A suspected meth kingpin the FBI thought might be hiding out in New Mexico has been captured.
The popular Capulin Snow Play Area near Sandia Peak will be closed for the second year in a row.
While the roads were looking clearer late Thursday afternoon in the Albuquerque area, they could get dangerous again as temperatures drop later in the evening.
New details were released Thursday in Albuquerque's latest police shooting.
The southeast part of the state is getting hit hard with winter weather.