Drugs and money were motives for the suspects involved in the kidnapping and murder of a 28-year-old Los Lunas man, according to New Mexico State Police Lt. Tim Johnson.
The man who allegedly threatened to kill Gov. Susana Martinez is scheduled to appear in Santa Fe District Court on Oct. 10 following an arraignment last week where he pleaded not guilty to telephone harassment charges.
Andrew Salas has always been proud of the state of New Mexico.
Fire crews are investigating a fire that destroyed a structure Sunday just east of Socorro, said Socorro Fire Chief Joe Gonzales.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Heather Wilson called for change in the economic health of the nation and had a strong stance against Obamacare during a visit to Socorro on Monday.
A preliminary hearing is set for Wednesday in Socorro Magistrate Court for a Veguita man who is accused of stabbing a 17-year-old boy at a residence on Tamarack Road.
A 39-year-old Truth or Consequences woman was transported to an El Paso hospital early Saturday morning following a single-vehicle crash along Interstate 25 near mile marker 120.
City budget committee officials heard presentations from five local groups Tuesday at a public hearing meant to help the Socorro City Council determine who gets what for the upcoming 2012-13 fiscal year.
It’s too early to tell whether landfill rates will climb after the city was approved to open a new lined landfill next to an existing dumping site just off of N.M. 1, according to Socorro City Clerk Pat Salome.
A fire destroyed a double wide mobile home Monday in a neighborhood near N.M. 304 and Martino Road in Northern Socorro County.