For the second time in less than a year, a Belen funeral home owner has been denied a zone change that would have allowed him to build a crematory on his property.
A man who has spent most of his life serving his community and his country has been named the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year.
After a three-month investigation into counterfeit money being passed in numerous Belen businesses, police have arrested and charged two suspects and hope to make more arrests soon.
A man who has spent five months of his 18-year sentence for killing his family while drinking and driving asked a judge for a reduced sentence so he can participate in a prison treatment program.
The debate about whether a local funeral director should be able to build a crematorium on his property was heard by the city council Monday, but a final decision for a zone change won't be made until later this month.
When Kris Hessinger noticed a fire at his neighbor's property Saturday, he didn't think it would turn into something that big.
More than a half a dozen light poles in the city of Rio Communities were vandalized last week, leaving sheriff's deputies looking for copper thieves.
Valencia County Probate Judge Jaime Baca has been arrested on domestic violence charges after a weekend altercation with his girlfriend.
A man convicted of shooting and killing his girlfriend 13 years ago has been sent back to prison for violating his probation.
Pet owners in Valencia County now have a new option when it comes to caring for their furry friends.
With local businesses struggling to make a profit, an epidemic is plaguing the Hub City.
Los Lunas police are asking for the public's help in locating a woman they say escaped from their custody on Tuesday.
Every year, Valencia County Fire Chief Steven Gonzales warns residents and farmers about the dangers of open burning.
The holidays are upon us and eager elves throughout Valencia County are preparing and organizing their annual events to give something special to those who are less fortunate.
While responding to a domestic violence call in Peralta Saturday, Bosque Farms police officers uncovered large quantities of marijuana in various stages of the cultivation process.
After 25 years of wondering what happened to her stepsister, Michele Doel is hopeful that a reward will get someone's attention and start talking.
As members of a group continue to get signatures on a petition to call for a special election to disincorporate Rio Communities, one city councilor has made it known she is not participating in the effort.
Prosecutors say a man who murdered his girlfriend 13 years ago violated his probation and wants a judge to send him back to prison.
A man who was shot twice by police in March 2012 is suing the county, the sheriff's department, the sheriff and the deputy who shot him.
If convicted, a former Belen police detective could spend 10 years in federal prison for allegedly beating a suspect while in his custody.