Former college place-kicker Katie Hnida will be returning to Albuquerque this week to speak to student-athletes at the University of New Mexico.
A New Mexico accountant has pleaded not guilty to charges that defrauded the federal and state unemployment insurance system out of more than $1.3 million.
A major meth ring has been busted in Southern Colorado.
Police in Denver arrested six protesters in downtown Denver on Saturday night after spraying the group with pepper spray.
While Denver may have lost the Super Bowl, the city is getting something from Albuquerque.
A state legislator wants New Mexico voters to decide whether to legalize sale of recreational marijuana.
Two teams led by strong quarterbacks will make their first college football bowl game appearance in years when they face off in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21.
New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas communities face the potential loss of passenger rail service if Amtrak fails to reach a new agreement by 2016 for maintaining and upgrading portions of the Southwest Chief route through those states.
Two New Mexico boys allegedly kidnapped by their father more than a year ago have been rescued in Colorado.
Bureau of Land Management Colorado office director Helen Hankins will retire at the end of the month.