A New Mexico family claims they were denied a room at an Albuquerque hotel because of their service dog.
In an unassuming little mom and pop shop on a side road in Farmington, investigators say hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of food stamps were being siphoned from a program to feed needy families and turned into cash.
4 On Your Side has learned Rio Arriba County undersheriff Vince Crespin had his law enforcement certification suspended for a year and he is unable to carry a badge or a gun.
A Rio Arriba County couple said they felt like they were paying a bribe to the sheriff while trying to get their father out of a traffic ticket.
Was Rio Arriba Sheriff Tommy Rodella letting suspects out of criminal charges in exchange for $500 donations? Our 4 On Your Side team investigates.
KOB’s 4 On Your Side team and the FBI are investigating the Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s scholarship fund.
The 4 On Your Side team has been investigating allegations that the Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s deputies may be letting suspects out of traffic tickets in exchange for contributions to a scholarship fund. And now, a local judge is weighing in saying it's very alarming.
The raid coincides with a 4 On Your Side investigation in which our questions have left Rio Arriba Sheriff Tommy Rodella and his staff stonewalling.
Despite the fact that the Torrance County Manager is criminally charged with fraud and conspiracy, the County Commission decided Wednesday to keep Manager Joy Ansley on the job maintaining the county budget.
Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed a plan to overhaul the New Mexico Finance Authority.
The State of New Mexico has filed criminal charges against Torrance County Manager Joy Ansley and contractor Chris Valdez, court records show. The legal action comes nearly a year after a KOB 4 On Your Side investigation revealed possible contract rigging.
Government officials are advising workers to stay out of part of a nearly 80-year-old state office building in Santa Fe to avoid exposure to radon.