Law Enforcement

State charges dropped against suspect in Clovis murders

47 Views   NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Prosecutors have paused its case against the man accused of murdering two women in a park and taking a child from one of them. Authorities claimed Alek Collins shot and killed Samantha Cisneros and Taryn Allen at Ned Houk Park in Clovis last month.

What are the rules for tinted windows in New Mexico?

57 Views   NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Even though summer hasn’t officially started, the sun is hitting New Mexico hard. If you don’t already have tinted windows on your car, you might want to add them to your arsenal to beat the heat. However, you need to make sure you follow the

Let’s talk about bicycling safely

81 Views   The weather is warm and it’s a great time to enjoy the outdoors on two wheels, but cyclists in New Mexico are among those mostat risk of a traffic fatality in the United States. That’s especially true in Albuquerque — where more than half of cyclists killed on

Cold Cases Get Hot at New Mexico Department of Justice

64 Views   Deputy Attorney Greer Staley talked with KSFR reporter Mary Lou Cooper about the first-ever Cold Case Unit at the New Mexico Department of Justice. The small unit of four will work with law enforcement agencies all over the state to reopen major homicide and sexual assault cases. Such

Sandia rescue mission saves 2 climbers

76 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A rescue operation was orchestrated to rescue two climbers who experienced an accident in the Sandia Mountains. One climber was able to make it up to the Crest Trail and walked out. The other was evacuated using a rope system.

Attorney General fights to put alleged shooter behind bars until trial

67 Views   “Everyone is frustrated. Police and prosecutors are frustrated. Victims are frustrated,” said Attorney General Raul Torrez. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Department of Justice appealed a decision made by a judge to keep a suspect accused of shooting someone at a graduation ceremony on house arrest.