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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.
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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Towns/Cities near rio rancho, new mexico : Bernalillo Corrales Santa Ana Pueblo North Valley Albuquerque
Excitement around opening of H&M store at Santa Fe Place mall offers...
Long lines of customers eagerly await the doors to open for the grand opening of H&M at The Santa Fe Place on Thursday September 14, 2017. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican Delilah Martinez reaches for a purse at the grand opening of H&M on Thursday September 14, 2017.Danger afoot for pedestrians in Santa Fe
Pedestrians cross Cerrillos Road near Zafarano Drive earlier this year. Cerrillos Road has the highest concentration of the city's pedestrian-involved traffic incidents.Football Friday Night Week 5
The Sandia Matadors experienced defeat for the first time this season. The Atrisco Heritage Jaguars put the blemish on the Matadors record.21 new illegal dumping sites discovered in Rio Rancho
Code enforcement officers on ATVs stumbled on the sites this week. Rio Rancho's had an ongoing problem with illegal dumping, and recently an area of state trust land north of there has been blocked off to trespassers.Convicted cop killer pleads guilty to armed robbery-related charges
The man already serving life in prison for killing Rio Rancho Police Officer Gregg Benner will spend even more time behind bars. Andrew Romero pleaded guilty last week to charges stemming from a string of armed robberies in the weeks before Officer Benner's murder.State Land Office offers property in Rio Rancho
More homes could be springing up in one of New Mexico's fastest-growing cities as the State Land Office has put up for bid a few dozen acres of state trust land in Rio Rancho. Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn says the 50-acre parcel is within a master-planned community east of Unser Boulevard and next to Sue Cleveland High School.Candlelight memorial held in Rio Rancho for 9/11
It happened Monday evening at Vista Verde Memorial Park. Veterans and families who lost loved ones spoke during the event.Experts: New Mexico recovering from dip in exports
President Donald Trump's America-first trade policies took a bite out of the state's surging exports to its southern neighbor last fall and over the winter, The Albuquerque Journal reported . Statistics from the U.S. Commerce Department revealed a 9 percent drop in the first half of 2017 compared with the same period last year.Annual Pooch Plunge ends summer with a splash
As Rio Rancho prepares to close down Haynes Pool for the season, dogs were invited for a day of fun in the water. Organizers say as many as 500 dogs and their owners turned out for the event which was also a chance to promote both pet adoptions and the city's amenities.SFPS taps former Rio Rancho administrator as athletic and activities director
Santa Fe Public Schools on Friday hired an administrator from Rio Rancho to oversee both athletics and school activities such as drama, debate and ROTC programs. Hilario "Larry" Chavez Jr., will be paid $80,000 in the newly configured position.Ex-administrator for District Attorney's Office running for City Council
Larry Trujillo, who used to oversee several programs in the District Attorney's Office in Santa Fe, is running for the District 3 City Council seat held by Councilor Carmichael Dominguez, representing the city's southwest side. Trujillo, 60, said he admires the work that Dominguez - who is not seeking re-election - has done during his 12 years on the council and would like to continue his approach.Cleveland High students launch campaign to help Hurricane Harvey victims
The Cleveland High School student government has adopted Moore Elementary and Bridgeland High in Houston to help them recover from Hurricane Harvey. The students at Cleveland High in Rio Rancho are holding several campaigns to help out.New Fitness Program for Rio Rancho Kids
With more than one in three third graders being overweight or obese, one local school district is hoping to combat childhood obesity by adding a new fitness program. Two Rio Rancho doctors are combining their experience at "Crossfit Hellbox" with their medical background to offer the "Firehawks Fit Little Beast's Program."Rio Rancho police warn residents of fake parking tickets
In January, KRQE New 13 showed you a ticket riddled with grammatical errors put on a car for parking in a handicapped spot. Thinking it was a legitimate ticket, he tried to pay it at the address given.Mayoral race: Standing out from the pack
Five weeks from election day, the pressure is on for the eight Albuquerque mayoral candidates to stand out from the pack. "We're at crunch time," UNM Political Science Professor Dr. Gabriel Sanchez said.Police seek help in missing person investigation
Police believe three people -- Mitchell Overhand, Chase Smotherman and Mariah Ferry -- are involved in the disappearance of John Soyka. APD says the three drove a red, older model Chevrolet Silverado with New Mexico plate AAZ L91 west of Rio Rancho and east of Rio Puerco when their vehicle got stuck.Rio Rancho Police identify suspect in fatal officer-involved-shooting
The identity of the man who was shot and killed by Rio Rancho Officers on Tuesday is a 71-year-old man from Albuquerque. It was just after 7 a.m. on Tuesday when police rushed to a Walmart at Unser and Southern because of shots fired.
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