UFO Festival in Roswell, NM, brings in more than $2M in spending
A UFO festival hosted in Roswell, New Mexico, from June 30 through July 3 brought over $2 million in spending, 10 times more than the $200,000 spent to host the event.
Ex-bookkeeper pleads guilty to defrauding employer out of $2 million
A former bookkeeper of an Albuquerque auto body firm pleaded guilty to stealing $2 million over a span of seven years by issuing company checks to herself.
Biden administration delays oil and gas lease sales again amid environmental protest
The Bureau of Land Management delayed three oil and gas lease sales for the second time this month to complete environmental reviews and "allow time for protest resolution."
Fraudulent COVID-19 test sites proliferate, triggering consumer warnings
Officials nationwide are trying to stay ahead of a proliferation of Covid-19 test sites that they say are offering fraudulent services to the public.
Business owners leave big tip for Albuquerque servers
Two servers at an Albuquerque restaurant recently got a big surprise when a group of business owners left a $5,555 tip.
Schools confront a wave of student misbehavior, driven by months of remote learning
School districts across the U.S. say they are seeing a surge of student misbehavior in the return to in-person learning, after months of closures and disruptions due to the pandemic.
Serial shoplifter hits New Mexico Target stores 20+ times, taking thousands in goods
Police are searching for a man responsible for a string of robberies at Target stores across the Albuquerque metropolitan area
Tesla opens New Mexico store on tribal land, dodging state restrictions
New Mexico laws have prevented Tesla from opening a store, until a loophole was found.
Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, SpaceX hubs could help boost local real estate prices
"Given that SpaceX and Blue Origin employees have sophisticated high-tech skills with presumably high income, the impacted small community real estate market will clearly benefit," NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun told FOX Business.
Jeffrey Epstein’s 8,000-acre New Mexico ranch lists for $27.5 Million
Zorro Ranch, a roughly 8,000-acre New Mexico property long owned by the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, is coming on the market for $27.5 million.
Epstein property in New Mexico at center of 'fraudulent' claim, attorney says: report
A shadowy deed filed last year in New Mexico claims ownership of parts of late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch, a sprawling 21,000-square-foot desert mansion on nearly 10,000 acres of land, according to a report.