It’s a case study in how not to build a public works project. When it comes to botched construction, ground zero is Albuquerque's West Side, home to one of the biggest public works screw-ups in the city.
A New Mexico nonprofit has taken public donations for projects aimed to save homeless pets for years. But what's happened to those projects? And what exactly is the local nonprofit doing with your money? KRQE News 13's asked the organization those questions on Special Assignment.
In one huge rush of water, New Mexico families nearly lost everything. Now they're left high and dry with no help, and a constant fear they'll be flooded out again. So what's being done to keep that from happening?
Take a close look at the details surrounding this multi million-dollar bankroll. If you read the fine print, you'll find it’s a retirement plan created by state legislators, for state legislators. And, its one of the most unusual pension plans in the country.