It should be a prime piece of property in the heart of downtown. Instead, it's collecting dust and costing taxpayers.
He's campaigning for judge on his nearly 15 years of experience in law enforcement, but what he's not talking about is how that career ended.
"It wasn't me," a phrase police likely hear constantly. But this time it was the truth, and the wrong woman was arrested anyway, locked up for more than a month for a crime she didn't commit.
It was not a pretty picture for one Albuquerque couple. They say their photographer never sent pictures of their wedding and then pulled a vanishing act.
Deputies gave her a ride home instead of a DWI, but the officer won't be working for State Police anymore.
He's made headlines for his story of survival. Now New Mexico's real-life 'RoboCop' wants to be Sheriff in his home county. But does he actually live there?
While everyone knows about the crime problem in Albuquerque, solutions have been hard to come by. However, as one neighborhood demonstrates, one solution may be simple.
They are charged with stealing tens of thousands of dollars from unsuspecting customers at the MVD since, New Mexico State Police said, the suspects confessed.
Video sheds light on the night an officer got a ride home and not a DWI.
Will a local high school bring back a canceled baseball class?