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"Albuquerque has lost a great man who dedicated himself to the community. He will be greatly missed and it will be up to all of us to carry on his tradition of selfless community service."
ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE. A LITTLE OVER TWO WEEKS AND TWO SHOOTINGS INVOLVING US MARSHALS.
Albuquerque firefighters quickly put out a blazed that fully engulfed a backyard shed on Vermont Street late Saturday night, officials said.
Beaten with hangars, choked and hit, that's the abuse police say two young girls endured at the hands of their mother.
But the spirits of the estimated 30,000 to 50,000 pilgrims who walk for hours to reach a famous Roman Catholic church outside of Santa Fe are anything but weary.
Some 30,000 pilgrims walk up to 100 miles to reach El Santuario de Chimayo in New Mexico for Good Friday.
The U.S. Marshals Service in Albuquerque is searching for Rufus Phelps a day after he allegedly threatened a marshal who was serving a bench warrant.
A new law taking effect this summer requiring New Mexico schools stockpile medicine to treat students for severe allergic reactions or asthma attacks has officials concerned, the Albuquerque Journal reported .
The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department on Saturday issued a Silver Alert for an endangered and missing 87-year-old male.
BUILDING. A SOUTHWEST ALBUQUERQUE HUSBAND GOT QUITE A CALL FROM HIS WIFE TODAY... WHILE HE WAS AT WORK, SHE SAID A HOT AIR BALLOON HIT THEIR HOUSE.
An Albuquerque man who lived with a heart condition for years is on the road to recovery after undergoing a new procedure at Presbyterian hospital.
Shortly after the last fatal officer-involved-shooting In Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Police Department showed media pictures of the gun they say the suspect had.
A man accused of making bombs in his backyard apparently had a grudge against Albuquerque police and a roll in recent protests.
Albuquerque police confirm they are assisting U.S. Marshals at an officer-involved shooting in the bosque parking lot at Central and Tingley.
Conception has gone social. Pee parties -- also known as POAS, or Pee on a Stick Parties -- are the latest way women are taking what was once a very private moment very public.
Scott Throckmorton, president of ARGUS Investment Realty, is set to construct a 140,000-square-foot office complex at 6701 Jefferson St. NE, likely this year.