Official news from the City of Albuquerque
New rates to provide for maintenance and service improvements.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized on Friday two Albuquerque police officers who chased down a property crime offender while on their bikes
The City of Albuquerque is stepping up its Bosque patrols this weekend by putting police officers and firefighters on bikes, horses, boats, ATVS and brush trucks. The patrols will be in effect for the rest of the summer.
Stay safe this Independence Day.
Albuquerque firefighter Ryan Medford was off duty when a motorcyclist crashed right before his eyes on the Big I flyover. With no equipment, backup or someone to protect him from cars speeding by, Medford stopped and risked his own life on the narrow stretch of road to render aid to the motorcyclist.
The Albuquerque Police Department was honored last week at the National Retail Federation’s 2010 Loss and Prevention Conference and Expo in Atlanta, Georgia.
Albuquerque firefighter Ryan Medford was off duty when a motorcyclist crashed right before his eyes on the Big I flyover.
"Fill the Boot" campaign raises big money for Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Army Corps of Engineers to release water out of Cochiti Lake
Fifth grader Cesar Castro of East San Jose Elementary School takes top prize.
Mayor Berry's address for the opening of the new Prisoner Transport Center and the City of Albuquerque's partnership with ICE.
APD to partner with ICE agents in new Prisoner Transport Center.
APD to partner with ICE agents in new Prisoner Transport Center
Operator Prioritized Call Despite Lack of Information And Police Discovered Double Homicide and One Survivor
An Albuquerque man who stole from hundreds of people was sentenced to 30 years in prison Thursday after several of his victims testified he had “destroyed their lives.”
Traveling to work, Inspector Richard Chavez stopped and performed CPR on a unconscious woman.
In April, the Sandia Foothills Open Space cleanup will kick-off another year of outdoor volunteerism. There is a contagious enthusiasm when you gather early on a Saturday morning with neighbors and fellow trail users to work on projects that will benefit our Major Public Open Space areas.
Cuts cost and size of government; no layoffs or furloughs. Salary reductions are included.
Working off of a Crime Stopper’s tip, the Albuquerque Police Department’s Repeat Offender Project team arrested one of the city’s top property crime offenders Thursday.
Initiative to make Albuquerque more attractive to private sector.