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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)
Local Colleges:

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 Commissioner resigns as part of plea agreement

Sandoval County Commissioner James Dominguez has announced he's stepping down from his post. The move comes as part of a plea agreement, following criminal charges filed by his ex-wife.

Body believed to missing pastor's

Officials believe a body recovered from the Rio Grande in New Mexico is that of missing Grand Junction pastor Paris Wallace. Wallace went missing last week in a rugged area near Espaola, northwest of Santa Fe.

Family receives $881 medical bill for flu swab

It was supposed to be a simple doctor's visit; in and out, without too much hassle and too much strain on the wallet. A 14-year-old, Braden MacKay of Rio Rancho, recently got a sore throat an issue his mother, Andrea MacKay, was never too concerned about, but also something that wasn't going away.

Evacuations lifted, fire danger persists in New Mexico

Evacuations lifted, fire danger persists in New Mexico Crews have contained about 80 percent of the fire that forced evacuations last week in the Jemez Mountains. Check out this story on CurrentArgus.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/local/2017/06/19/evacuations-lifted-fire-danger-persists-new-mexico/409230001/ Fire crews head toward the Jemez Mountains along U.S. 550 in Rio Rancho, N.M., as the smoke plume from a prescribed fire grows on Thursday, June 15, 2017.

Rio Rancho police say man was spying on woman in bathroom stall

According to the Rio Rancho Observer, the 18-year-old woman told police she was in the restroom at the Dion's on High Resort last month when she saw a mirror come from underneath the stall next to her.

New Mexico Wildfire Update for 6.19.17. at

Firefighters made good progress on the Encino Fire overnight Northwest of Rio Rancho. The fire is 60% contained.

June 19th Morning Rush: 1 killed, 10 injured after man plows van into crowd by London mosque

One person is dead and 10 others injured after a van crashed into pedestrians outside a London mosque. Officials say this has all the signs of a terrorist attack.

Crews working on small brushfire in NW Rio Rancho

Crews are dealing with a small brush fire that has started near the intersection of King Boulevard and Encino Road in northwest Rio Rancho, according to Sandoval County Fire Chief James Maxon. As of about 3:10 p.m. Sunday, the fire is approximately 12 acres in size.

New Mexico fire prompts evacuation of as many as 200

Sandoval County Sheriff's Lt. Keith Elder says deputies were initiating the ... State officials say an Army soldier on a surfboard is dead after a fishing boat ran over him off Hawaii.

New Mexico fire prompts evacuation of as many as 200

Sandoval County Sheriff's Lt. Keith Elder says deputies were initiating the ... The wife of a gunman who wounded a top Republican congressman and several others told reporters her husband went to Washington, D.C. because he wanted to work with people on tax policy.

Hot, Dry Weather Complicates Fire That Prompts Evacuations

Firefighters are facing hot, dry conditions as they try to get a handle on a blaze that grew out of control, prompting evacuations in one of New Mexico's popular mountain getaways and sending up a towering plume of smoke. Fire crews head toward the Jemez Mountains along U.S. 550 in Rio Rancho, N.M., as the smoke plume from a prescribed fire grows on Thursday, June 15, 2017.

Hot, dry weather complicates fire that prompts evacuations

Fire crews head toward the Jemez Mountains along U.S. 550 in Rio Rancho, N.M., as the smoke plume from a prescribed fire grows on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Sandoval County Sheriff's Lt.

The Latest: New Mexico fire threatens structures

Fire crews head toward the Jemez Mountains along U.S. 550 in Rio Rancho, N.M., as the smoke plume from a prescribed fire grows on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Sandoval County Sheriff's Lt.

Boy and Girl Scouts retire flags on Flag Day

"Cutting the flag and then retiring stripe by stripe and then finally retiring the blue field with stars" said Girl Scout leader Kristen Sillence as she described the process to retire a flag. The reason the field of stars is cut out as a whole is because each state is part of the union, and the union shouldn't be broken apart, according to the flag code.

Fire threatening homes near Rio Rancho now mostly contained

Officials tell KRQE News 13 that the fire is largely contained and that firefighters are currently in the mop up stage. The fire burned 13 acres and crews from Corrales, Albuquerque, and Sandoval County were sent to help fight the fire.

Teen hero from Rio Rancho saves man lying in street, bloody and unconscious

A lot of people wouldn't know what to do if they found someone bloody and unconscious on the pavement, but a 17-year-old Rio Rancho boy did, and Wednesday night he will be honored for it. The 17-year-old, Justin Martinez, found a man in his 50's covered in blood, lying face down in the middle of a Rio Rancho street and called 911.

Helping Hands: Boys And Girls Club Of Central New Mexico

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico has been proving support to our young people for sixty-five years and are currently providing a safe place during summer break to more than 250 kids in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. They have recently partnered with Village Inn for Pie it Forward, an event happening on Wednesday, July 12, with the goal of having fun for a good cause.

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