ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The city of Albuquerque's now without its top watchdog.
The Albuquerque journal says Inspector general Neftali Carrasquillo quit last week, saying he has not gotten a case to investigate in six months.
He's been on the job for about a year and a half.
Carrasquillo says his office is not as independent as it should be and some city councilors agree.
Today's top headlines with Matt Mauro and Elizabeth Alvarez. Weather with Meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke
* Car Roll Over
* Coors Water Main Break
* Deputy Crash
* Metro Snow
* Eastern Snow
* Stroll and Twinkle Light Parade
* New Mexico Road Conditions
* Northern Snow
* Roswell Snow
* APS School Snow
* New G.E.D. Rules
* New Info on APD Shooting
* Manny Aragon
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.