ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Health officials say it looks like we may have seen the worst of the West Nile virus for this year.
They expect the number of cases to start declining.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says this year's West Nile outbreak has been the most serious since the disease first hit the U.S. it in 1999.
As of Tuesday, more than 2,600 cases of the illness had been reported including 118 deaths, one of them in Bernalillo County.
So far this year New Mexico has had 21 confirmed cases.
An emotional mother is still waiting for answers about what happened to her missing daughter.
The federal jury weighing a life or death sentence for convicted killer John McCluskey has announced it couldn't reach a decision.
New details about the two New Mexico men arrested Tuesday for the murder of a Texas woman.
Live Stream: Family, friends and the community will gather in Rio Rancho Thursday morning to remember Sandoval County sheriff's Sgt. Robert Baron.
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