Twelve-year-old Charlie Bothuell V, a Detroit boy who has been missing since June 14, was found alive in his parents' basement.
The Supreme Court unanimously struck down a Massachusetts law that banned protesters within 35 feet of abortion clinics.
German parliament “cuts ties” with Verizon Communications Inc., after allegations that the US was spying and that the firms were handing over data.
What's “The View” to do without Walters, Shepherd and McCarthy?
Doctors are baffled at the diseases states list as being eligible for medical marijuana prescriptions.
Because of impairment fees, the State has a nice little nest egg that they completely forgot about.
KOB4 obtained audio recordings of interviews with APD officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez from two days after the fatal shooting of James Boyd.
Two APD officers are being credited for “a big save” after talking a man down when he screamed that he had a gun and wanted to be killed.
A facility to open in Artesia, N.M., that will house women and children who've entered the US illegally to escape gang violence and poverty in Central America.
Mr. Ford can't fight the fever … “to lose some powers” has gotta be rough.
Police have identified the passenger who fell from a small plane that was flying over the Atlantic.
Patsy Davis' body was exhumed from her frontyard after her husband lost a court battle to keep her in her wanted resting place.
The postal service lost $5 billion this past year.
An abortion protester named Rives Grogan was arrested yesterday for shouting at people near Zimmerman Library about religion and abortion. He's being charged with disorderly conduct and public nuisance. And that's not counting his Veterans Day stunt.
Today is the last day for early voting in the special election. The election itself happens on Nov. 19.
US attorneys have prosecuted 5,999 people for immigration offenses in New Mexico so far this year, the fastest rise among the country's 94 judicial districts.
And you thought you could do the splits?
Thirty-four undocumented youths are in custody at the US-Mexico border. They are protesting US immigration laws.
Yes, we know: Levi Chavez is flat broke.
CNN celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain declares Santa Fe's Five & Dime Frito Pie "crap in a bag" made with canned chili, quickly issues apology.
Apparently this CBGB movie is really, really crummy (with link to movie and scathing review.)
Edward Snowden is a nominee for the Sakharov Prize, which recognizes individuals' achievements in furthering human rights.
BP may be fined for and are accused of lying about the magnitude of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
"Your fridge looks like it belongs to Satan" says reporter to man who consumes only raw meat.
A list of everything Walt Jr. ate for breakfast on Breaking Bad.
Author Margaret Atwood wants the lyrics of O Canada changed so they are gender-neutral.
Goddammit, yesterday was Blasphemy Day.
Supreme Court shuts down Arizona voting law that requires people to show citizenship verification.
A Pew Study concludes that news stories revolving around same sex marriage have taken on more of a supportive stance rather than an opposing view.
So ... they're still looking for Jimmy Hoffa?
Zimmerman trial enters second week of jury selection.
New Mexico wildfire update from fire officials: Thompson Ridge is 80 percent contained. Tres Lagunas is 90 percent contained. Jaroso is zero percent contained. White's Peak is 25 percent contained, and Silver Fire is five percent contained.
Some Albuquerque home invaders messed with the wrong woman.
Some don't see eye to eye on the "Rio Grande Vision."
So now you wanna lick some eyeballs?
The next battle in the New Mexico water wars has begun: Carlsbad issues a "priority call" to stop Roswell and Artesia from pumping groundwater.
Round about we go, arguing about a roundabout. Perhaps some circular logic is in order?
The AP style book agrees: People aren't illegal.
The ACLU wants to make sure the Albuquerque Police Oversight Commission actually listens to its constituents.
The mean old Germans took Justin Bieber's monkey away!
C'mon guys, we ran out of "tickle-me-Elmo" jokes months ago. This stuff is just depressing now.
Now, let Yogi Okie Dokie entertain and unsettle you.
Supersonic human free fall has been rescheduled for Sunday due to weather.
Navajo Nation will put drone tech to good use by using an unmanned aircraft to monitor crops.
Soprano to take a Virgin Galactic flight into space and siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing.
A diamond planet bigger than Earth.
13 obscure punctuation symbols you might like to use, such as the authority point and the snark mark.
Lots of people are going to be sassy Big Bird for Halloween.
Advice from Miami stripper Skrawberry. (Warning: Kinda raw.)
America is not mostly Protestant anymore.
How to find truth on the Internet.
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And she's talking about driver's licenses some more.
An inmate work crew in Las Cruces saved a man’s life.
Someone won $1 million in New Mexico but might not know it yet.
A judge told Gov. Martinez she couldn’t publish the salaries of some state workers on the Sunshine Portal. So she put them on the New Mexico home page.
Megadeth singer blames President Obama for mass shootings. And if you can’t trust Dave Mustaine about politics ...
Brits are pissed that Ecuador granted Julian Assange asylum.
Can’t hang with the footage of mosquitos biting people in this story about West Nile being on the rise. Stupid nature’s vampires.
Gov. Jan Brewer signed an executive order to deny Arizonans benefits from the new federal Dream Act-esque immigration program.
This month in free speech.
Anti-Semitic jerk in Hungary finds out he’s Jewish.
These gorillas are all happy to see each other.
Where does all that aid money go? Haiti’s still without safe housing for most people.
How to shop for groceries when you hate shopping for groceries. (Step One: Realize that your problem is not really a problem. After all, you could be living in a tent in an earthquake-ravaged country.)
Coffee shop bans people from talking about annoying hipster stuff like denim, left-handedness and anything that happened before 2000.
Best gravel voices in movie/TV history.
This morning, President Obama announced a policy—effective today—that will protect people from deportation who came to the States as kids. The executive order applies to folks who are under 30, got here before they turned 16 and have lived in the country for more than five years. Immigrants also must have finished high school, and be in college or the military. A criminal record disqualifies you.
I wonder how the news will affect a student we wrote about in 2010, who was slated to graduate a couple weeks ago from a graduate program at UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning. She came to the U.S. when she was 7.
Or Ramon Eduardo Dorado Mendoza, who was stopped by Albuquerque airport police for speeding in 2010 when he was driving down I-25 near the Lead and Coal exit. He was escorted to the border, along with his father, and separated from his mom and sister. Mendoza had been in the country since he was 4. He had no criminal history.
Folks say Obama’s move was calculated to garner Hispanic votes around the country. Mitt Romney advocates “self-deportation,” which even Gov. Susana Martinez doesn’t like. Romney hasn’t yet responded to the president’s executive order.
The Obama administration has been criticized for holding the record for deportations, though, the president says, those numbers may be deceptive.
Obama is scheduled to speak about the announcement in the Rose Garden today. There’s a live feed here.