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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
Rio Rancho Public School officials look to address overcrowding issue

Rio Rancho School Board members are expected to vote on a proposal to move nearly 200 kids from one elementary school to two neighboring schools in hopes of alleviating big-time overcrowding. Gary Tripp, the Chief of Staff at RRPS, says Ernest Stapleton Elementary School has over 1000 students.

Las Cruces has new city attorney, economic development head

City Manager Stuart Ed announced on Friday that Jennifer Vega-Brown will be the new city attorney while Philip San Filippo will run the economic development department. Vega-Brown comes from Rio Rancho, where she worked as city attorney and assistant city attorney.

71-year-old Rio Rancho woman falsely claims $958,163,765 in tax return

Frances Jo Mehner, 71, of Rio Rancho, was sentenced Wednesday afternoon in federal court for filing a false claim for a federal tax refund. On March 13, 2017, Mehner pled guilty to making a false claim for a federal tax refund by admitting that on Jan. 8, 2010, she presented to the IRS a claim for a tax refund in the amount of $958,163,765.00 while knowing that she was not entitled to such a refund.

Grooming salon just for men to open in Albuquerque

A new style of salon targeting men is about to set up shop in New Mexico and it's putting the land of enchantment in the national spotlight. Why? Because the salon has already been featured on a big-time television show.

Rio Rancho man builds tiny home from the bottom up

A Rio Rancho man wanted to give himself a big challenge to build something small. Somehow, he managed to pack a big project into something tiny.

Sentencing set for woman on second-degree murder plea

Sentencing set for woman on second-degree murder plea A sentencing hearing is set for Tiki Marez, who pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder charge last month. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/crime/2017/03/18/sentencing-set-woman-second-degree-murder-plea/99333884/ Her prison sentence is scheduled to run through March 18, 2022 and she could concurrently serve a separate federal prison term Daniel Boone was shot to death on Jan. 18, 2014, in front of his Flora Vista home after he allegedly was lured out of his home FARMINGTON - A sentencing hearing is scheduled for Tiki Marez, who pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder charge last month in connection to the 2014 death of Daniel Boone.

Rio Rancho man records video of himself setting house on fire

A Rio Rancho man said he's had enough of life and uploaded a video of himself setting his home on fire. In the video, you can hear the man say, "I'm going to set this whole b**** on fire.

Rio Rancho schools ask staff to pull the plug on appliances

The Rio Rancho Public School District says it is faced with a loss of about $4 million in funding, and district leaders admit that they are scrambling. But their latest creative solution to save money - focusing on coffee pots, microwaves and other small appliances - has backfired.

Governor blames Senate - failure' for vetoes,a

A day after vetoing six pieces of legislation in an apparent burst of anger at Democratic lawmakers, Gov. Susana Martinez on Thursday signed two GOP-sponsored House bills. Governor blames Senate 'failure' for vetoes, signs two House GOP bills A day after vetoing six pieces of legislation in an apparent burst of anger at Democratic lawmakers, Gov. Susana Martinez on Thursday signed two GOP-sponsored House bills.

Parents question schoola s proximity to drug and alcohol program

Some parents in Rio Rancho want to know why school children are sharing a building with a center that treats drug addicts and the mentally ill. KRQE News 13 learned a lot of parents had no idea the K-8 school and the center were so close to each other.

New Mexico Senate backs veto override on teacher sick leave

New Mexico state Sen. Craig Brandt, R-Rio Rancho, urges lawmakers and the public to support an unusual attempt to override a veto by New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez at the state Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M., on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The Senate voted to override bill that would have allowed teachers to take more than three days of annual sick leave without being penalized on performance evaluations.

Grace period for speed van tickets in Rio Rancho to end Wednesday

If you have a lead foot and you drive in Rio Rancho, you better get ready to pay up. The grace period for the speed van is almost over.

Additional postal inspectors come to Albuquerque to help combat mail theft

From letters to bills, even packages, it seems nothing is safe. Thieves continue to target and break into mailboxes around the metro and around the state.

Financial surplus, cost-saving strategies discussed at Board of Regents HSC Committee meeting

Cost-saving changes to the Rio Rancho-based UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center will be implemented over the coming weeks, said UNM officials at Tuesday's Board of Regents HSC Committee meeting. UNM Hospital CEO Steve McKernan and Michael Richards, executive physician-in-chief for UNM Health Systems, announced the changes to the committee.

3 arrested in Albuquerque facing charges in fatal shooting

Authorities say three men arrested in SWAT standoffs are suspects in a shooting last August that left two men dead and two others injured. Albuquerque police say 24-year-old Eder Thomas Ortiz-Parra of Rio Rancho, 25-year-old Rafael Gonzalez-Parra of Santa Fe and 26-year-old Edwin Edsel Ortiz-Parra of Albuquerque were taken into custody Monday in two SWAT raids around Albuquerque.

Rio Rancho seeking citizen input on citya s future

Rio Rancho officials are inviting you to tell them what you think the city should focus on as they form a vision for the next five years. Whether it's more parks, better roads, or public safety, the mayor says it's all on the table as part of a new strategic plan for the city.

Bill to protect teacher absences goes to governor

Bill to protect teacher absences on to governor HB 241, known as the "Teachers Are Human Too" bill, passed unanimously in the Senate Check out this story on ruidosonews.com: http://lcsun.co/2mxZuN3 Lawmakers this session are confronting budget shortfalls, frustration over a weak economy and concerns about violent crime and school performance. Legislation to protect teachers from being penalized for using their sick leave days is now on its way to the desk of Gov. Susana Martinez.

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