Public Safety

Gov. Lujan Grisham revives commission to fight organized crime

13 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s office says they have a plan to crack down on the organized crime that is plaguing the state.  The Organized Crime Commission will investigate organized crime rings, come up with programs to address this crime, and give annual reports to both

Three individuals arrested for neglect and abuse of disabled woman

28 Views  Â A 38-year-old woman with autism died with a number of injuries the attorney general calls “some of the worst” he’s seen in his career. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “First responders recognized the condition Mary was in and transported her to El Paso Medical Center,” Attorney General Raul Torrez said caregivers

Gallup’s new police chief stepping up efforts towards MMIP

28 Views  Â Missing and Murdered Indigenous People are a bigger problem than just Gallup.  It may seem like a small town, but on the weekends, it’s a different story. “We can see almost about 90,000 [people] on the weekend because we’re a border town, and a lot of people come

Multiple People Shot in Farmington

35 Views  Â Multiple people were shot and at least three were killed this morning in Farmington when an active shooter began firing weapons in the area of North Dustin and Navajo. The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office issued a statement that at least one suspect was shot and killed by

Pay incentives helping recruit Albuquerque police officers

18 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — For the last few years, the Albuquerque Police Department has been struggling to hire new officers. Now, they say new recruitment efforts have been successful. So how are they getting more recruits? The simple answer is higher pay, but APD Chief Harold Medina also pointed out