The city of Albuquerque was back up and running Sunday after being inundated with record snowfall for the past few days.
Motorists in southern New Mexico are stumbling upon a series of puzzling billboards along highways and fear they’re warnings in hieroglyphics.
The New Mexico House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would end the state’s practice of giving driver’s licenses to people even if they can’t prove they are in the country legally.
An Albuquerque officer searching a former meth lab stumbled upon artwork by late-American Indian artist Al Momaday that was worth more than $30,000 and likely was stolen, police said.
The rural southeastern New Mexico town of Hagerman held an uncontested election for three school board seats, but nobody voted. Now what?
Police say a woman selling drugs made a big mistake that landed her in jail — she mistakenly called an Albuquerque police detective.
Authorities say a police officer fired his weapon during an incident Tuesday but declined to say if anyone was hit or injured.
A New Mexico woman is suing a novelty products maker over a flask that includes her likeness and the phrase, “I’m going to be the most popular girl in rehab.”
It was bad enough that weather wasn’t cooperating with plans to hold a New Year’s Eve dancer in Carlsbad, but then the truck carrying the alcohol crashed.
A New Mexico high school teacher has left her job after a student rewrote the biblical story about Jesus handing out bread and fish to the poor into a narrative about Jesus handing out marijuana to the sick.