An abandoned kitten, his legs paralyzed, makes an amazing recovery with the help of vets and a homemade walker.
State Police will be conducting Sobriety Checkpoints, Saturation Patrols, and Registration, Insurance and Drivers’ License Checkpoints in all New Mexico counties during the month of September 2014.
New Mexico man stabbed to death on his 24th birthday after acquaintance takes his infant son.
New Mexico middle school football team struck during sudden storm, critically injuring one player.
Attorney says University of New Mexico women's soccer team freshman were forced to strip naked, consume large amounts of alcohol and were sprayed with urine.
According to the Department of Workforce, the unemployment rate has risen to 6.6-percent in July, up from 6.5-percent in June.
Group calling for an end to deportations met by counter-protesters at New Mexico facility housing detainees.
New Mexico patient in isolation after Ebola-like symptoms; doctors say move is from "abundance of caution".
New Mexico community horrified after two more family pets are burned with acid, this time fatally.
Good Samaritans and emergency crews spring into action to save Albuquerque residents swept away by flash flood waters.
Federal court says New Mexico town has 30 days to remove Ten Commandments monument from front lawn of city hall
Representatives from NFL team visit New Mexico to buy Native American art, but many are unhappy how things were handled.
Caught on camera: suspect rocks out to "Best Day of My Life" in police bait car.
Deputy shoots suspect to death after man intentionally slams pickup into cruiser.
Outbreak at New Mexico facility brings deportation of Central American children to a halt.
The annual children’s clothing allowance through HSD provides a $50 payment per qualifying New Mexico child to purchase clothes for the upcoming school year.
The New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Chapter of the March of Dimes announced that all New Mexico hospitals will implement screening all newborns for Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD).
New Mexico teen invents key-fob device that reminds parents their child is in the car.
Pit bull recovering after being stolen from New Mexico home and tortured with acid.
A 5-year-old discharged a firearm he found in the yard, as police officers try to arrest father’s friend.
New Mexico man admits spending $43,000 bank mistakenly put in his account.
Good Samaritans pull child from sweltering pickup truck in Albuquerque.
Due to the postponement, the event will only include the fireworks display. There will be no live entertainment or vendors on Saturday.
New Mexico bank works to retrieve $43,000 spend after being mistakenly deposited into a client's account.
Family travels across the country to do household chores for those in need of a little help.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall joined the Appropriations Committee in approving a bill that provides critical Fiscal Year 2015 funding to protect New Mexico’s border; ensure our ports of entry operate smoothly; and address the use of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia to detain women and children in removal proceedings.
Officials say parents won't need apply their kids for free or reduced meals.
In 2005, they started releasing kids early on Wednesday to give teachers more time to continue education.
U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced counties in New Mexico are set to receive approximately $37 million as part of the 2014 Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program, an over 8 percent increase from 2013.
New Mexico’s museums are now able to keep all the fossils found in their state instead of sending them somewhere else.
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Last living World War II Navajo code talker dies.
Only one Wildlife Management Area, Water Canyon, allows hunting for non game species as a management tool for the non-native Himalayan tahr, a large ungulate related to the wild goat.
Septic tank thief leaves New Mexico man with a pot to go in.
Drought results in influx of grasshoppers across New Mexico.
"Never in my whole career have I encountered this before," Col. Robert Griego said. "The extreme excess of this case is aggravating. The department stocks these fish for all sportsmen and women, young and old, with the desire that everyone will have the opportunity to enjoy the fish."
Classmates and Make-A-Wish team up to treat 7-year-old battling painful skin disease to a very special day.
Jcoree Bailey, 19, was arrested and charged with 38 fourth degree felony counts of violating The Remote Financial Services Act and with one count of Embezzlement, also a fourth degree felony.
Albuquerque police release helmet-cam footage of fatal SWAT raid.
Protesters upset with recent police violence rush Albuquerque city council bench, taking over meeting.
New Mexico student denied access to stage because of his wheelchair.
New Mexico State Police Officer assaults tow truck driver attempting to repossess his vehicle.
On Friday, three Police Officers of the Clovis Police Department graduated the 16 week long police officer certification program conducted at the Southeastern New Mexico Regional Police Academy at New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, New Mexico.
Man claims Albuquerque police officer's assault led to the loss of his testicle.
CLOVIS -- New Mexico is moving toward implementing a nation wide curriculum into their school systems.
The day emphasizes the serious threat the illegal activity poses to the states long tradition of hunting, and highlighting the contribution of hunting to New Mexicos heritage and economy.
Tens of thousands of honeybees take up residence in New Mexico hotel.
Triangle Gallegos, LP, a joint venture between Triangle Cattle Co., Ltd. and Gallegos Wind Farm, LLC, won the bid and agrees to lease payment terms that are estimated to generate $47 million of revenue for State Trust Land beneficiaries over the 45 year project life.
The job fair is the effort of several organizations and agencies, collaborating to hold one comprehensive event that connects local job seekers with businesses that need their skills and expertise.
Crews unearth what has been called Atari's 'worst game ever" in a New Mexico landfill.