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.
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It rolls down hill and, sometimes, it hits the fan. And no matter how you try to avoid it, it's a fact of life.
Records show the city of Belen paid thousands of dollars to cover employee wages for the privately sponsored, poorly attended, expensively priced Celebrate Belen's Country and Americana Music Festival in August.
The Belen City Council unanimously approved a new system for dispensing tax money it collects from area hotels and motels to promote tourism.
A former high-ranking city employee, who says he was wrongfully terminated, is suing the city of Belen and City Manager Mary Lucy Baca.
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.
When it comes to RVs, there's no place for them in the village of Los Lunas.
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.
Many Valencia County residents face challenges when it comes to obtaining affordable health care, earning a living wage and putting enough food on the table.
It’s been a rough week for Valencia County residents trying to get rid of their trash. Since last Tuesday, Conejo Transfer Station has suffered intermittent closures due to mechanical problems.
Construction of Los Lunas High School was halted when district officials learned the contractor, McCarthy Building Companies, paid a $125 skeet shoot entry fee for a district administrator evaluating the proposals.
After serving for more than a decade on the Belen Board of Education, Adrian Pino, the board's vice president, has resigned — effectively immediately.
After nearly 2 1/2 years, the waiting is over for a victim's family.
Eleven people have asked to be named the next Valencia County manager. After casting the net far and wide, the county attracted applicants from as far away as Colorado and as close Casa Colorada
Nearly 30 percent of Valencia County children experience hunger, according to a study released earlier this year by Feeding America, a national anti-hunger organization.
If convicted, a former Belen police detective could spend 10 years in federal prison for allegedly beating a suspect while in his custody.
A Valencia County resident would like commissioners to begin the process to enact a late-term abortion ban in the county.
Theirs is a love affair of food and they want to spread it around.
If the jobless rate is any indication, the economy is starting to improve for many Valencia County residents.