Another year has come and gone. Here are some crazy stories that happened this year in New Mexico.
Some are calling it a miracle. People from all over visited Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Chuch in Hobbs church after hearing about its weeping statue.
A homeless New Mexico man living dug himself a tunnel near a park and is living in it. The city where he has dug this intricate home in the ground can’t do anything about it.
Hunting accidents are nothing new, but this one is: A 74-year-old man is in the hospital after his dog shot him during a hunting trip.
A fifth-grade student at Albuquerque School of Excellence mistook her parent’s medicinal marijuana for candy and passed it out to other students at school.
“It” was a huge horror movie hit. Video of a scary clown in Albuquerque’s Bosque became also became a hit and had many wanting to know the story behind it.
A high school is still the victim of an embarrassing prank drawn on a practice field four years later.
An aerial view of La Cueva High School when searching on Bing.com maps shows male genitalia etched across a large portion of a practice field.
Albuquerque Public Schools said the image is four years old and the school was made aware and fixed the destruction to the field.
For more than a decade, people from all over the state have traveled to one New Mexico zoo to see a strange sight — a talking raven named “Joe.”
New Mexicans have probably experienced this at least once: people wondering if you need a passport to get here, or questioning whether our state is even part of the US. That’s exactly what happened to a man trying to get a marriage license in Washington, D.C.
Southern New Mexico may be home to an endangered species.
According to the Ruidoso News, people living in north Ruidoso have reported seeing what they believe to be a jaguarundi.
A New Mexico man shared his story of survival after he was attacked by a bear while walking his dogs. He killed the bear while its jaw was clamped around his leg, and the jaw stayed that way for a while.
It turns out, Ozzy Osbourne is a fan of New Mexico’s chile milkshakes and mariachi music.
The former Black Sabbath frontman and his family drove through the state for their latest episode of “Ozzy and Jack’s World Detour,” and some New Mexicans were able to show them some New Mexico culture.
Full Story: Ozzy Osbourne and family tour New Mexico
A failed attempt to steal an ATM left quite the mess at a New Mexico business. Surveillance video shows a man and woman attempting to load an ATM into the back of a truck.
MVD officials are turning to ‘Urban Dictionary’ to make sure license plates that hit the streets aren’t obscene.
An Albuquerque woman went to Supercuts and asked for a shoulder-length asymmetrical bob. She ended up with a choppy haircut, far from what she wanted.
Full Story: Albuquerque woman upset over ‘horrible’ haircut
As Albuquerque strives to revitalize the art scene, few people know that there are miles and miles of artwork hidden beneath the city.
A New Mexico man is facing charges after deputies say he stabbed another man during an alcohol-fueled fight then took a “burrito break.”
Full Story: Man takes “burrito break” after stabbing victim
In December, an Albuquerque homeowner was babysitting his grandchildren when he spotted five bobcats in his backyard.
Albuquerque residents were surprised to see an unusual sight in the sky, and it wasn’t a hot air balloon.
It’s a rare sight in northern New Mexico. Drivers along State Road 522 near Costilla spotted a moose. This is only the third moose sighting reported to Game and Fish in the last two decades.
A traffic stop on Main Street and Brasher Road in Roswell took an unexpected turn. As soon as the SUV stopped, people started pouring out.