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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
Teen facing potential charges after video shows him abusing cat

RIO RANCHO, N.M. Disturbing new video is showing a teenager abusing a cat in various ways, including putting it in a fridge, and he could soon face charges. The teen can be seen putting the cat's face in his mouth before putting him in the fridge and saying, "We're eating cat for dinner tonight."

Wheelchair basketball league aims to help veterans acclimate to civilian life

A new sports team in Rio Rancho wants to help veterans transition into living a civilian life again through basketball. Fifty-nine-year-old Quentin Collins of Rio Rancho served in the Air Force and the Army.

APD welcomes over two dozen new officers via lateral transfers

This class saw nine officers transferring from the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office, five from Santa Fe Police Department, and two a piece from Rio Rancho and Isleta. "We're not trying to rob them of their officers to diminish their departments, but these officers are seeing our packages and reputation that we have moving forward is attracting people," APD Chief Mike Geier said.

USAF band visits KOB as part of New Mexico, United States road trip

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Helping to get this Tuesday morning off to a good start was the U.S. Air Force Band, visiting KOB from Washington D.C. as part of a road trip across the nation. The band, which has about 70 members, is traveling across the country to connect the public with military service personnel.

Pay it 4ward: 9-year-old honored for picking up trash in Rio Rancho

"When you think, you tell a kid what's your New Year's resolution, they think maybe stop playing video games, or maybe not eat so much candy, and she came up with cleaning up all the trash around the world. And, I mean, who does that," said Satori's mother, Sonia.

New traffic signals on U.S. 550 causing traffic delays

It's already one of the most backed up stretches for commuters in New Mexico. Now, the state is adding more signals on highway 550 in Bernalillo and drivers want to know why.

Sandoval County warns public of danger from illegal shooting

Sandoval County authorities are advising residents and visitors engaged in outdoors recreational activities to be alert for unlawful shooting on the mesa west of Rio Rancho and in woodlands along the Rio Grande.

Rio Rancho sexual abuse suspect released from jail

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. A Rio Rancho man arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a young relative is out of jail Friday afternoon. Scates was arrested last Friday, on the same day his grandson, 21-year-old Leland Hust, was also placed in handcuffs.

Balloon Fiesta brings pilots from around the world

Pilots from several countries gathered at Balloon Fiesta Park Wednesday morning for the annual Flight of the Nations Mass Ascension, which commenced after about two hours of wind delays One of those pilots was Filip Audenaert, who ventured to the Duke City all the way from Belgium, where he said similar events see around 60 hot air balloons at most. This year was Audenaert's tenth visit to Balloon Fiesta, but his co-pilot has been coming for nearly two decades, he said.

Kindness is contagious for young kids supporting classmate with cancer

But Raju is doing more than that. On Saturday morning he and others went under the razor at Santi's Barber Shop in Rio Rancho to raise money for Vargas.

Rio Rancho PD purchases drone to help with investigations

"This piece of equipment will allow us to fly over a scene, not only take photos but as well as video," said Capt. Ron Vigil.

Santa Fe microbrewery scores first medal at top competition

Amanda Benedict pours a glass of Germophile, the silver medal winner at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, at Rowley Farmhouse Ales off Maclovia Street on Monday. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican A glass of Germophile, a Berliner weisse style beer, sits on the bar at Rowley Farmhouse Ales off of Maclovia St. on Monday October 1, 2018.

MAP: List of Participating ABQ Aloft Schools

This year's Albuquerque Aloft will have over 100 balloons participating in either tethering or launching from eighty-eight Albuquerque and Rio Rancho schools Friday, prior to the start of Balloon Fiesta. Parents, students and teachers alike have the opportunity to meet the pilots and crew, and experience the excitement of watching and learning how a balloon flies.

Rio Rancho schools ask judge to rule on PED...

The Rio Rancho School board is asking a judge to put an end to an order from the Public Education Department to divert funding from special ed. The district says the PED made the decision based on inaccurate numbers.

Rio Rancho street name changed to honor...

A Rio Rancho couple has done something unusual to honor their 6-year-old daughter who was killed in a crash. They petitioned the city to rename a street after her.

6,000 PNM customers to be billed by an estimate, not exact meter reading

Several thousand New Mexicans have received automated phone messages from PNM, notifying them of a problem that could impact their power bill. Rio Rancho resident Roberto Martinez said that he received the unusual phone call Friday night.

Burglary suspect caught at Rio Rancho Elks Lodge

Montano was previously arrested for a similar crime in Albuquerque. He was freed and given conditions of release, which he violated after failing to appear for a pre-trial hearing.

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