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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
Sandoval County deputies make arrests in separate murders cases

Deputies accuse Jacob and Charles Johnson of killing their uncle, Donald Kalma. The Johnson brothers are from Bernalillo.

Silver High defends title and wins state band championship

Last year's first-place finish in the New Mexico High School State Concert Band Contest wasn't a fluke for Silver High School. Silver High defends title and wins state band championship SILVER CITY - Last year's first-place finish in the New Mexico High School State Concert Band Contest wasn't a fluke for Silver High School.

Man in hospital after jumping in and out of traffic

It all started when police were called to Lomas and I-25 frontage road in response to a man jumping in and out of traffic. When officers arrived it appeared the man was under the influence of some sort of narcotic and a short time later he suffered an unknown episode and was rushed to UNM Hospital.

Rio Rancho road construction project in final planning stages

"For the three years that I've been in office, this has been the number one question: When will Southern Boulevard be repaired? When will it be restored?" said Rio Rancho Mayor Greggory D. Hull. The City of Rio Rancho told residents at a public meeting on Wednesday night that it is hoping Southern Boulevard construction will start early next year.

Rio Rancho speed enforcement vehicle vandalized

Someone made it clear they are not a fan of Rio Rancho Police and the city's speed cameras. Two of the camera-equipped SUV's used to catch speeders were hit hard by vandals.

Lionel Train Sets

Q: I have two train sets in their original boxes from the 1950s. One is a Lionel Berkshire 2-8-4 die-cast steam locomotive and die-cast tender, number 8-8215; the other is a Lionel train nickel-plated extended caboose, number 6-6905.

Woman helping effort to house homeless kids

KOB first reported about Lynn Lewis when she was feeding the Rio Rancho Police Department after officer Gregg Benner was shot and killed. She has also run a community driven effort to feed the hungry in the metro for years.

Albuquerque man accused of holding clerk at knife point

An Albuquerque man is facing charges after police say he tried to rob a title loan company and held its clerk at knife point. Rio Rancho Police say a clerk at Fast Bucks ran after seeing 33-year-old Juan Davila-Vasquez entering the store with a knife.

Expo New Mexico looking into new arena to replace Tingley Coliseum

Weeks ago, Elton John sold out the 60-year-old roughly 11,000 capacity arena. Officials at the State Fair grounds say the concert solidified what they've been seriously considering for the last year or so.

Rio Rancho playground fire treated as suspicious

The fire caused $30,000 worth of damage at Western Winds Park near Southern and Unser boulevards. The smell of burnt wood chips lingered in the air.

The Intel plant in Rio Rancho continues to shed jobs

According to the company's latest annual report to the Sandoval County Commission released Monday, the number of full-time workers directly employed by Intel Corp. at its Rio Rancho plant fell by 37 percent in 2016. The Albuquerque Journal reports Intel still employs about 1,000 contract workers, about half of whom are generally on site daily to work on specific projects.

Albuquerque mom mourns death of son killed in stabbing

His family admits he had a rough past, but says he was working hard to get his life back on track until something tragic happened. "I just asked him how he was doing and he said, 'hey ugly, I love you,' and that was it," said Renee Wahler.

New Club Rio Rancho owner plans to work with neighbors

The 275-acre golf course and club house was shut down at the end of last year after a fight between the former owner and the city over unpaid water and wastewater bills. Now, developer John Skarsgard has purchased the property There has been concern from nearby homeowners that the property would be turned into something other than a golf course.

Suspect arrested in Rio Rancho homicide investigation

Rio Rancho police say they have arrested a man in connection with last Friday's slaying of 23-year-old Kenneth Torres. Rio Rancho Police Capt.

Stabbing victim's vehicle recovered, Rio Rancho police say

Rio Rancho Police Capt. Ron Vigil said officers found 23-year-old Kenneth Torres dead at the scene on Eventide SE last Friday night as they responded to a fight and possible shots fired in the area.

Rio Rancho man searching for owner of lost wedding ring

A Rio Rancho man is on a mission to find the owner of a lost wedding ring. He says he has lost important things before and that's why he's making a big effort to return it.

Ministry reaches out to incarcerated kids with music

Ministry reaches out to incarcerated kids with music The Freedom in Music Project reaches out to kids in detention centers, using music and providing them with guitars Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/aztec/2017/03/30/ministry-reaches-out-incarcerated-kids-music/99833414/ The Risen Music Ministry will hold a fundraiser at Crash Music after performing at the San Juan County Juvenile Detention Center The High Desert Blues Band travels the state performing for kids in detention centers for the Freedom in Music Project. The band, from left to right, is Tom Brown, Tim Lodge, Phil & Linda Oliveira, and Tony Martinez.

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