Commander Timothy Gonterman was once accused of burning off a part of a homeless man’s ear with a stun gun.
Albuquerque is considering a new social media policy that would impose restrictions on online activity of employees even when they’re not working.
Supporters are rallying to the defense of Albuquerque police, who have been criticized for a recent series of fatal shootings.
Albuquerque officials say “no way” to having their city depicted in upcoming episodes of the TV show “Cops” to be filmed in the county that includes New Mexico’s most populous city.
A New Mexico man’s family say they found out about his death after reading about it online, 5 days after the car accident that killed him.
Police say a man who wounded Albuquerque law enforcement officers during a high-speed chase through the city had a tattoo labeled “cop killer.”
Authorities were searching Friday night for nine teenagers reported missing from a ranch for troubled youth despite an earlier statement from the facility’s attorney that the boys were safe and being returned to their parents.
New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, who criticized her Democratic predecessor’s use of government aircraft and called a state jet the “ultimate symbol of waste and excess,” hopped on a state-owned helicopter to avoid missing an airline flight to attend political fundraisers in Texas.
An 11-year-old Latino boy whose singing of the national anthem at the NBA Finals set off a barrage of racist tweets is coming to Albuquerque.
An 84-year-old Albuquerque woman who uses an oxygen tank has been indicted for drug trafficking.