The Las Cruces Catholic Diocese says the tears reportedly found on a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe were made of olive oil, but the church has not ruled out a miracle.
Two New Mexico communities are dealing with the aftermath of Sunday night's storms.
It's nine months late, but we may finally be close to seeing the ART project up and running very soon.
Three people are dead and dozens more are injured after a string of crashes that involved a commercial passenger bus rolling over on I-25.
A local art co-op is inviting the public to imagine a new design for a well-known dilapidated sign in downtown Albuquerque.
A deadly dog attack in a northwest neighborhood could have been a lot worse had it not been for an alert dad and his baseball bat.
Albuquerque police is under new scrutiny about how it handled two high-profile cases involving children, and the Police Oversight Board has questions about detectives and how they do their work.
The world is celebrating the rescue of 12 soccer players and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand. Twenty-seven years ago, a similar situation unfolded right here in New Mexico.
A local pet store has had its fair share of problems.
The driver accused of hitting and seriously injuring a bicyclist will be released from jail because of surveillance video that didn't make it into evidence.