Temperatures will kick back into the 100s Sunday. As for tonight, expect clear skies with lows in the lower 70s and winds SE 10.
At about 5:20 a.m. the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on US Highway 70 around mile post 352 north of Roswell. The initial investigation indicated a 2004 Toyota 4-Runner was traveling west on US 70. For unknown reasons the Toyota left the roadway into the center median, over corrected and rolled.
This month long journey has not only taught these students new techniques, but it has also shown them a perspective of a different culture.
The 2018 Farm Bill finally passed out of the House Thursday after being held by the Freedom Caucus which was demanding a vote on immigration.
Water was restored to Sudan Friday evening. The city is asking residents to boil their water until testing is complete.
Nearly 150 children ages 3 to 12 attended the United Way's annual Day of Caring as part of the worldwide day of action. It focuses on creating fun and engaging activities to help children develop a passion for reading, in hopes of getting them more engaged in literacy-related events.
Thirteen accused drug traffickers appeared in Federal Court for a hearing related to a multi-county drug bust that involves twenty individuals. Several of the defendants were arrested in a major operation Thursday, while others were already in jail on other charges.
Tech's interfraternity council appointed a new president following Kyle Mitchell's resignation Thursday night. Mitchell admits involvement in the racially insensitive conversation posted online...
A current nursing home employee who wished to remain anonymous said patients are not getting the care they're entitled to. "It's not your standard neglect per law, but if someone has to wait 30 minutes to 45 minutes to have their diaper changed or their brief changed, to me that is neglect," John Doe said. The neglect has even lead to death. "Returning from a procedure from a hospital and dying the next day because no one checked on them...
U.S. Border Patrol officials said Friday that a girl who is pictured on the cover of this week's Time magazine was not separated from her mother, despite the poignant image of the child standing alone, weeping. Time attached a correction to the story, saying "The original version of this story misstated what happened to the girl in the photo after she (was) taken from the scene. The girl was not carried away screaming by U.S. Border Patrol agents; h...