A sweeping piece of legislation to overhaul and toughen New Mexico’s sex trafficking laws could also finally open the door for trafficking victims to reclaim money from the criminals who’ve exploited them. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 13, 2019)
The city of Albuquerque is responding as New Mexico’s top federal prosecutor says the city’s so-called “sanctuary” or “immigrant-friendly” policy may stand in the way of it being awarded millions of dollars in federal funding to help fight violent crime. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, February 10, 2020)
A Senate committee has passed a scaled-down version of a new law that would let the courts take guns away from New Mexicans deemed a danger to themselves or others. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 5, 2020)
A recent Albuquerque Police Department effort to ticket people who are jaywalking through the ART lanes has sparked the ire of a local group that’s now planning a protest in response. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, January 15, 2020)
A 20-year old man who had a role in a carjacking and fatal crash is now accused of causing another serious car crash. Click here for full story.
(From Saturday, January 11, 2020)
With the New Mexico Legislature set to reconvene in a few weeks for the 2020 legislative session, lawmakers and other stakeholders are reacting to the governor’s latest budget proposal. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, January 6, 2020)
Police body camera video shows officers arresting an Albuquerque mother accused of driving drunk with her two kids in the car. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, December 20, 2019)