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The third largest city in New Mexico Rio Rancho it falls into the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area. Originally part of a Spanish land grant the land was later sold to private land investment companies. The city has taken steps in recent years to become less attached to Albuquerque even establishing its own school districts. Intel is Rio Ranchos largest employer. In 2005 Rio Rancho became the first city in the United States to offer VoWiFi to all its residents.

Population: 84000
Local Newspapers: The Rio Rancho Observer
Local Sports Teams: New Mexico Scorpions (minor league hockey) New Mexico Thunderbirds (NBA development league)
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Zip Codes associated with rio rancho, new mexico: 87124
Towns/Cities near rio rancho, new mexico : Bernalillo Corrales Santa Ana Pueblo North Valley Albuquerque

Rio Rancho News
Report: Small number of people responsible for large share of arrests

"We don't have enough cops, public defenders, court staff," explained Rep. Daymon Ely of Rio Rancho. "And then on the flip side, when we put these people in jail, we don't have enough corrections officers."

Rio Rancho police: Arrest made in fatal shooting at park

Police had said they were looking for two people of interest driving a beige Dodge minivan in connection with the shooting Friday night at Rio Vista Park.

Police respond to fatal shooting at Rio Rancho park

According to police, the shooting happened just after 7 p.m. at the park on Riverside Drive NE. They say the shooting is being investigated as a homicide.

U-Haul: More people moving to Las Cruces

Haul locations in Las Cruces saw 52.4 percent of one-way truck rental customers coming into the city as opposed to leaving. Las Cruces was among New Mexico's leading cities for more arrivals than departures of one-way U-Haul trucks in 2017.

Developer's plans for Club Rio Rancho needs zoning changes

For more than a year Club Rio Rancho has sat empty. A new developer has a solution, but it would require rezoning the area to allow additional residential housing.

Rio Rancho City Council to consider partial drone ban

A New Mexico city could ban the use of drones over private property to keep peeping toms at bay. These potential changes to the city's public nuisance policy come after people have complained about privacy issues.

Rio Rancho residents upset over trash collection fee hike

This, after the city entered into a new agreement with a waste management company that some residents aren't too happy about. Residents just got their first bills of the new year and they're not convinced additional services in this new contract are worth the extra dollars they're paying "As a business I saw it again here," Wilkins said.

New Mexico, France, Italy: Speed Cameras Taken Out In The New Year

A speed camera van in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, burst into flames on Nicholas Street on Thursday, KRQE-TV reported. While vigilantes have attacked the device in the past -- one was spraypainted with phalluses in April -- officials have not ruled out spontaneous combustion, which is common to photo radar devices.

City of Rio Rancho tells public not to applaud speed van incident

While the cause of the fire has yet to be determined, Rio Rancho's mayor, fire department and police department are telling residents not to applaud the incident. The vans are controversial and some people told News 13 they were not too upset to hear what happened.

Police investigate fire that destroyed speed enforcement van

Police said a speed enforcement van parked on a neighborhood street in Rio Rancho was destroyed Wednesday night by a fire. Police say no one was injured in the blaze, but the van was a total loss.

New speed van placed in spot where another burned the day before

RIO RANCHO, N.M. Less than a day ago, a burned up speed van sat in the spot where a new van now sits. Police say the first speed enforcement van caught fire early Thursday morning on Nicklaus Street just down the road from an elementary school.

State of New Mexico v. John Jack McDOWELL Jr

Bennett J. Baur, Chief Public Defender, C. David Henderson, Appellate Defender, Santa Fe, NM, for Appellant Hector H. Balderas, Attorney General, Laura Erin Horton, Assistant Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM, for Appellee {1} Following a jury trial, Defendant John "Jack" McDowell was convicted of first-degree murder, contrary to NMSA 1978, Section 30-2-1 , and tampering with evidence, contrary to NMSA 1978, Section 30-22-5 . During trial the prosecutor elicited testimony from the arresting detective, without objection, that Defendant had invoked his right to counsel, and that by doing so the detective was precluded from questioning Defendant.

Legislators seek tax reform overhaul in New Mexico

Republican Rep. Jason Harper plans to renew his push this year to overhaul New Mexico's gross receipts tax code. Rep. Bill McCamley, D-Mesilla Park, from left, House Majority Leader Nate Gentry, R-Albuquerque, and Rep. Jason Harper, R-Rio Rancho, were among the House members trying to work out a bill during the fourth day of the special session on Monday, Oct. 3, 2016, in Santa Fe.

Illegal dumping on state lands costing thousands to clean

From tires to trash and dead animal carcasses, areas across New Mexico are littered with hazardous materials from illegal dumping. ? It's not just a nuisance and an eyesore.

New Mexico court overturns first-degree murder conviction

A man's first-degree murder conviction in a 2011 killing has been overturned because a trial prosecutor got a police detective to testify that the defendant invoked his right to counsel and wouldn't speak with police. The New Mexico Supreme Court's ruling Thursday says John "Jack" McDowell Jr.'s right to due process was violated and that he's entitled to a new trial in the fatal stabbing of James Chavez during a fight at his Rio Rancho home.

Speed van a total loss after overnight fire

RIO RANCHO, N.M. A speed van in Rio Rancho is a total loss after a fire early Thursday morning. Rio Rancho firefighters were called to the area on Nicklaus Drive near Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School around midnight Thursday.

January 3rd Morning Rush: Woman facing charges after foster child found dead, CYFD investigating

According to the complaint, it was Stephanie Crownover "lack of care" and negligence that caused the 11-month-old's death. The complaint states Crownover told detectives she placed the baby, who had been sick, to sleep in a car seat and placed a space heater to keep the baby warm.

Woman says Rio Rancho gym closes without notice

A Rio Rancho woman says The Sports Clubs in Rio Rancho closed its doors without warning and owes her money. "I don't' think we're the only people that it happened to and I definitely don't think we're the only ones who prepaid for a membership," said Mishay Benson.

Bill proposes more prison time for repeat drunk drivers

Republican State Rep. Tim Lewis of Rio Rancho is introducing House Bill 54 , which would add at least one year to sentences for a lot of drunk drivers, but not everyone's convinced it'll work. "Repeat offenders are the worst type because they just do not care," Albuquerque Police Officer Simon Drobik said.

Two teens caught on camera trying to flip over a Smart Cara

It wasn't package thieves that a Rio Rancho family caught on security camera, but two people trying a dangerous prank. In broad daylight Thursday, all while the homeowner was inside, two guys thought it would be funny to try to flip over a Smart Car sitting in driveway.

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