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Whether it's KOATs for Kids or the school supply drive, KOAT is determined to give back to the people of New Mexico.
Thousands of undocumented immigrants are coming over the U.S.-Mexico border, and now about 400 of them are in New Mexico, staying at a makeshift home at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia.
" Hieroglyph " was the new Egyptian fantasy TV drama picked up by the network. The first episode was filmed at Albuquerque, N.M. When FOX unveiled the TV trailer during the network up-front presentations last spring .
Veteran dies waiting for ambulance in VA cafeteria Vietnam veteran's family wants to know if bureaucratic regulations got in the way of compassion, common sense Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1msfzNv "We called our rapid response here at the hospital, but unfortunately they won't respond to him because he's out of the main ... (more)
New charges have been filed against the man accused of squirting several children in the face with semen.
AMC released new information and photos from the set of the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul on Friday.
Maybe Celestino Centeno's nickname ought to be "Lucky 13" because we're all lucky he hasn't killed anybody after 13 arrests for drunk driving.
Parents, we know it can be exhausting trying to figure out ways to entertain your kids during summer break.
Albuquerque police have called on a local vendor to supply 350 AR-15 rifles, according to KOB-TV, which cost approximately $1,000 each.
After an undercover officer shot video at a protest against police shootings, KOAT Action 7 News asked Albuquerque police to see it.
Mauro Montoya checks out the offerings at the Candy Lady in Old Town, where he ordered his wedding cake from owner Debbie Ball.
They say "close" only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades Frank Garcia learned the hard way it doesn't count in real estate.
Gary Perez, of Albuquerque, N.M., reads on board the Rail Runner in Santa Fe, N.M., on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Mesa, Ariz.-based NextCare Holdings is continuing its expansion in Albuquerque and recently opened a third clinic in the city in partnership with Lovelace Health System, according to a NextCare news release.
It's a waste, it's dangerous, and just flat-out dumb. Someone decided it would be a good idea to rampage through part of Albuquerque, opening up fire hydrants.
New Mexico's largest police department, mired in controversy over the use of excessive force, is about to supply military-grade weapons to officers using taxpayer money.
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Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:49 am
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