Two people driving the same car were arrested and charged with driving drunk in Bosque Farms on Friday.
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If wasted home heating and cooling appeared as dollar bills flying out from under doors, slipping out through window frames and swept away by the wind, most people would chase after their cash.
The most basic definition of a catalyst is a person or thing that causes a change.
With summertime ending, many young people are looking at moving on to the next chapter of their lives — whether that chapter includes college or simply moving out of their parents' home and on their own.
Gov. Susana Martinez announced 250 well-paying jobs coming to the Los Lunas area at a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday in Los Morros Business Park for Accurate Machine & Tool Co.
How to calculate a fair sewer rate has the two northern most Valencia County municipalities a bit at odds.
A full jar of green olives, a black leather shoe, a child's musical toy, a brown and pink fleece blanket, shards of glass, a pair of jeans embroidered with a heart and rainbow, crumbling books and tires.
More than 200 Valencia County Democrats packed into the Fred Luna Senior Center on Sunday afternoon in anticipation of a visit from Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Two masked men were caught lurking on a Bosque Farms ditchbank last week, but were quickly arrested thanks to a watchful resident.
A Belen Consolidated Schools principal was placed on paid administrative leave earlier this month due to allegations that she was not following district policy and procedures.
What do you do with a problem like the county jail? That's the question that has plagued Valencia County commissioners for years, and they are possibly one step closer to a solution.
Two Valencia County inmates will be spending some time out of the county after a disturbance at the Cibola County Detention Center in Grants Sunday night.
An ex-Belen High School teacher who was fired for drinking in class three years ago was allegedly at it again last week, but this time in Arizona.
The School of Dreams Academy, founded in 2008, has seen a swing in school grades from the New Mexico Department of Education since the new grading system was implemented three years ago.
A Los Lunas man is behind bars for allegedly shooting his friend for not giving him money and drugs.
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts is hosting a book signing event for New Mexico's premiere Hispanic author Rudolfo Anaya, for his latest children's book, "How Chile Came to New Mexico."
Sunshine is something New Mexico has plenty of and which offers residents an opportunity to harness low-cost, clean energy.
Earlier this month, the only American Legion Post in Valencia County got a makeover. While it's not immediately obvious by looking at the exterior, the Secundino Baldonado American Legion, Post 81, received new paint, light fixtures, cabinets and shade structure over an existing patio.
They might not be new, but they'll do.
PHOENIX — An Arizona school teacher showed up to class drunk and continued drinking throughout the day, authorities said Thursday. Students at Poston Butte High School in San Tan Valley…[Read more]