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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
Lowrider, classic cars head to Aztec for Paco Fernandez memorial

A group of lowrider and classic car owners headed to Aztec Friday to accompany the family of Paco Fernandez to his funeral. Duke's Car Club met early Friday morning in Rio Rancho to head up to Aztec.

Paramedic helps young cancer patient fulfill 'bucket list' wish

Paramedic Jennifer Saiz, who is a cancer survivor, created a GoFundMe to raise money for Elijah Dimas and his family to attend an Oakland Raiders game RIO RANCHO, N.M. - A paramedic and cancer survivor are working together to make sure a young cancer patient's bucket list dreams come true. KRQE reported that paramedic Jennifer Saiz first met Elijah Dimas two years ago when she transported him to the hospital.

Police: Man arrested after Sunday road rage incident

Police say a road rage incident escalated when a Rio Rancho man waved a gun at a family on Albuquerque's West Side. Santiago Apodaca was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following the Sunday afternoon incident near Blue Water and Coors.

Grievance Counselors Head to Aztec in Wake of Shooting

First responders from across Bernalillo County are in Aztec today to help with grievance counseling. This comes in the wake of the tragic deaths of two teenagers during a shooting last Thursday at Aztec High School.

Grad Issue: UNM helped Drew mature as an artist

For graduating senior Drew Morrow, the atmosphere of the University of New Mexico has helped him mature as an artist in a variety of ways. "I kind of do more abstract work, because I have a hard time with figures," Morrow said.

Gonzales announces bid for lt. gov. in crowded Dem field

Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales announced Saturday that he will run in the state's Democratic primary race for lieutenant governor. Tsering Choney/New Mexican File Photo Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales announced Saturday that he will run in the state's Democratic primary race for lieutenant governor.

Jemez fire human-caused, Forest Service says

At least 6.2 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest burned Friday within the Jemez Ranger District, producing thick plumes of smoke visible to residents in Rio Rancho. The fire was reported around noon Friday near Forest Road 376 and was 40 percent contained as of 6:30 p.m., with three engines and a 10-person crew working to contain the blaze.

Sandoval County commissioner blasts drilling proposal

A Sandoval County commissioner says a proposed ordinance for the county would, "by deliberate design," promote oil and gas development but fail to protect groundwater and drinking water in the region and should not become law. In a 10-page letter to residents of Sandoval County's District 1, which spans from Sandia Pueblo to Cochiti Lake, Commissioner James Holden-Rhodes writes that a county ordinance regulating oil and gas drilling is being "force-fed" to constituents, and that the measure is "of very questionable value."

Interim police chief to be sworn in today

The City of Albuquerque is getting a new interim police chief. Incoming Chief Mike Geier and two deputy chiefs will all be sworn into their positions at 10 a.m. Mayor Tim Keller made the announcements last week .

City Council picks new president, vice president

It was the first meeting with new District 5 representative Cynthia Borrego. Ken Sanchez was elected city council president, while Don Harris is vice president.

Aubrey Dunn Jr.: Politician without a party

State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn takes a call Friday while going through oil and gas lease assignments in his office. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican State Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn, center, with Christian Smith, left, and Danny Martinez, reviews entries Friday for his office's annual bookmark contest.

Post offices expand weekend hours for holidays

Twelve metro area post offices are extending their weekend hours for the next four weekends to make holiday shopping easier. Steve Schiff Station at 9719 Candelaria NE and the Rio Rancho Branch at 900 Pinetree Rd. SE will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. the next three Sundays, Dec. 3, 10 and 17. The following 12 Post Office locations will offer Saturday holiday retail hours from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 2, 9, 16 and 23 provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

Democrat Tim Keller set to take helm as Albuquerque mayor

Albuquerque Mayor-elect Tim Keller, center, speaks outside of City Hall, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, during a press conference about the future of the police department in Albuquerque, N.M. Keller named a team that will oversee the transition of law enforcement in New Mexico's largest city as he prepares to take office. less Albuquerque Mayor-elect Tim Keller, center, speaks outside of City Hall, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, during a press conference about the future of the police department in Albuquerque, N.M. Keller named a team that ... more ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Democrat Tim Keller is set to take over New Mexico's largest city as Albuquerque's mayor amid rising crime and a struggling economy.

Former Sandoval County corporal charged in a Peeping Toma case

"Probably two months the kids slept in on the sofa," Brad Cressin said. "As a dad, it's not right to see your kids not wanting to go in their room."

Mother takes doctors to court after son suffered brain damage

A cardboard cutout of a boy who is at the center of a medical malpractice suit pending against Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center was one of the props his mother's attorney brought into the courtroom at the onset of a jury trial in the case Tuesday. Phaedra Haywood/The New Mexican Nearly a dozen lawyers are participating in the case; a handful of them gathered around the bench of District Judge Francis Mathew for a conference on an objection Tuesday afternoon.

Mayor-elect names former Rio Rancho commander as interim APD chief

Mayor-Elect Tim Keller announced that Michael James Geier will serve as the Interim Chief of Police for the Albuquerque Police Department. Geir was Rio Rancho's police chief for 3 years and stepped down in February.

Assistance dogs provide lifeline of love

Lovey, a 4-year-old assistance dog, looks up at her owner, Marcie Davis, in their Santa Fe home on Wednesday. home in Santa Fe on November 22, 2017.

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