Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz has fired an officer who allegedly beat a man unconscious during an off-duty fight.
The city of Albuquerque and the Petroglyph National Monument have crafted a new cooperative management agreement that will improve the law enforcement capabilities of park rangers.
A Santa Fe businessman is in trouble with federal authorities for allegedly selling two African elephant tusks.
Officials at Nor-Lea Hospital in southeastern New Mexico are planning another expansion that will include a new clinic, more parking and possibly apartments and senior living facilities.
A panel of New Mexico regulators has voted to continue coverage for more than 1,500 people who are part of a federal high-risk health insurance pool despite a likely shortfall in payments from the federal government.
New Mexico is among the states that will receive federal grants to hire young people to help with conservation projects on public lands.
Every time we saw her, she had a smile on her face - that's what many are remembering Friday night. An Albuquerque teenager, who inspired people with her courage, has lost her battle with cancer.
Search and Rescue officials are always on-call to help out hikers, especially during a busy holiday weekend like Memorial Day. This year, it kicked off with a rescue.