A former Socorro County Sheriff's deputy was honored during the regular Socorro County Commission meeting Oct. 8 for his compassion and help at the scene of an accident that claimed six lives from one family.
A local teacher requested the city's support for a new reading tutor program during the Oct. 7 regular Socorro City Council meeting.
Socorro is getting a teen court, a new option for area teens with troubles, and the Socorro Consolidated School Board heard a presentation about it during the board's regular meeting Sept. 23.
A variety of concerns were discussed during the Socorro City Council's public hearing on the city's franchise agreement with Socorro Electric Cooperative during the city's regular meeting Monday.
A local man indicted on 30 felony charges related to selling fraudulent title policies to customers had his trial postponed during a pretrial conference Oct. 1 in 7th Judicial District Court.
A Magdalena woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 60 on Tuesday morning when her vehicle rolled multiple times.
The Socorro County Sheriff's Department, New Mexico State Police, and New Mexico Search and Rescue volunteers have ended their search for an Albuquerque man who went missing over the last weekend of September.
A Socorro man pleaded not guilty to molesting his daughter during his arraignment in 7th Judicial District Court on Sept. 26. His $100,000 bond set in Magistrate Court was changed from cash to cash or surety.
The Socorro County Sheriff's Department, New Mexico State Police, and Search and Rescue volunteers are searching for an Albuquerque man who went missing over the weekend.
The Socorro County Commission approved another emergency disaster declaration during its regular meeting Sept. 24.
A man who pleaded no contest to inappropriately touching an 11-year-old child was not sentenced Tuesday due to time constraints, nor was he allowed to withdraw his plea.
A local woman was arraigned Sept. 20 in 7th Judicial District Court on 79 charges of stealing checks from New Mexico Tech, and she pleaded not guilty on all counts.