Looking for a secure home? A 10-story missile silo near Roswell, New Mexico may be the place for you. Lauren Hansard reports.
Kitten found in Maine after disappearing from New Mexico home five days earlier. Marnie MacLean reports.
Contestants hoping to win a new Dodge Dart have now been sitting in the car for more than 18 days. Lauren Hansard reports.
Carnival worker accused of sexual assault severely beaten in two incidents inside New Mexico jail. Stuart Dyson reports.
Federal court says New Mexico town has 30 days to remove Ten Commandments monument from front lawn of city hall. Devin Neeley reports.
Outbreak at New Mexico facility brings deportation of Central American children to a halt. Lauren Hansard reports.
A man in Albuquerque, New Mexico claims to have found an apple with an image of Jesus on it.
Security video shows crash of medical chopper in New Mexico.
Paramedic goes for wild ride in back of stolen ambulance.
A radiation leak at a nuclear waste storage site below the New Mexico desert has been plugged, but the facility will remain closed for at least the next three weeks, officials said late Thursday.
Tumbleweeds overrun New Mexico town. Some stacked so high, some people couldn't even get out of their homes.
Police dash cam is rolling during high speed chase last month in New Mexico.
With a sawed-off shotgun pointed straight at him, a New Mexico social studies teacher calmly talked a 12-year-old student into putting down his weapon.
Police say a suspect is in custody after a shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, N.M.
In landmark ruling, New Mexico judge rules people can get help from their doctor to end their life.
New Mexico mother battling breast cancer is told to stay away from daughter's school because she smells.
Teacher's Aide in New Mexico is temporarily placed on leave after taping the mouth of special needs student.
Baseball coaches from a New Mexico high school say they will file a formal complaint against an umpire who allegedly told a Latino player to stop speaking Spanish during a game.
The New Mexico teenager accused of killing his parents and three younger siblings was 'involved heavily' with violent video games prior the shooting.
Court documents claim 15-year-old shot mother and three siblings, then waited hours to ambush father.