September 11 Morning Rush: Albuquerque church holds remembrance ceremony in honor of 9/11 – Source:
A Rio Rancho couple says people are using bows and arrows to hunt coyotes in their neighborhood. For obvious reasons, hunting in a city is against the law. – Source:
A white man opened fire during a prayer meeting inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston, killing nine people, including the pastor, in an assault authorities describe as a hate crime.
Bernalillo County Pastor explains unusual run-in with Sunday morning church intruder – Source:
Disturbing find in abandoned Route 66 buildings – Source:
Father Jeff Whorton came to a Roman Catholic parish in Rio Rancho as a former Episcopalian, and, with a wife and five children, he brought a bit of controversy as New Mexico’s first married priest.
Rio Rancho man dies after falling in the Jemez during hike with his son – Source:
New Mexico AG seeks to review church personnel files – Source:
Las Cruces church helps more than 200 immigrants
Video: Las Cruces church explosion
An Albuquerque pastor says he’s tired of teens using his parking lot to race their cars and even more worried that someone might get hurt.
The University of New Mexico is considering paying millions of dollars to buy a church. While it might sound strange, the university says investment could actually bring a long sought after “business incubator” hub right to downtown Albuquerque.
Albuquerque church volunteers tackling city’s problem areas – Source:
Benefit concert planned for Albuquerque church destroyed by fire – Source: