A Sandoval County Sheriff's deputy who was the first on the scene of a deadly bus crash is sharing the story of what he saw.
A home in an upscale part of Albuquerque is literally being picked apart by squatters and neighbors are begging the out-of-state owners to do something about it.
An Albuquerque man says he's outraged at the city after he found a dog unconscious and that it took them three hours to respond.
Albuquerque's city council next month will consider giving incentives to lure a technology company and its 700 jobs to downtown Albuquerque.
University of New Mexico head ski coach Fredrik Landstedt has already been offered a job, and he's accepted it.
A Route 66 landmark is back open for business after a major makeover.
Was he a fox in the hen house? An I.D. theft suspect was caught working inside of a state office in charge of protecting public money and it's where the evidence was found that raised even more questions.
The University of New Mexico men's soccer coach Jeremy Fishbein says he's not giving up hope that the decision made by the UNM Board of Regents to cut his team could be reversed.
A much-anticipated splash pad in the South Valley is now open to the public.
Mayor Tim Keller hosted a meeting with business owners and community members to share ideas for boosting Albuquerque's economy.