The search for survivors and the dead is nearly complete in the Oklahoma City suburb that was smashed by a mammoth tornado, the fire chief said Tuesday.
The man who shot and killed his landlord was given a 4.5 year sentence Tuesday.
The body of a U.S. Army veteran from New Mexico is coming home Tuesday following his death in Afghanistan.
Fire alarms went on and power went off in the older portion of Albuquerque City Hall Tuesday prompting an evacuation of the building.
The city of Albuquerque will soon be hiring more people after city councilors passed a budget plan for the next fiscal year Monday night.
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Some local officers and firefighters are being recognized Tuesday for their spirit of heroism and humanitarianism.
Officials have lifted the lockdown at Chelwood Elementary School.
The Albuquerque city council passed a plan Monday night evaluating the Police Oversight Commission.
Police have closed northbound Washington at Cutler after a crash has left a woman in critical condition.
The State Health Department is offering help to victims of "El Dentista,” the illegal dentist who police say was working on patients out of his car.
Surveillance cameras caught two teens vandalizing a Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial.
Volunteers from the American Red Cross and UNM Hospital are on their way to assist Oklahomans recovering from Monday's monster tornado.
Horse advocates fear New Mexico's wild horses could end up in New Mexico's new horse slaughterhouse.
A city bus stop is marred with pipes sticking into the sidewalk and rubble scattered nearby. But because the mess is almost entirely on private property, all …
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