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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 teacher on leave pending sex abuse investigation

Rio Rancho police have confirmed to KOB they are investigating allegations of a teacher at V.Sue Cleveland High School being caught in a sexual act with a student from the past week. Rio Rancho Public Schools officials confirmed that there has been an allegation and that police are investigating, but that school officials cannot discuss personnel matters.

Budget cuts would drastically impact Rio Rancho schools, superintendent says

Rio Rancho Public Schools had a full house at the school board meeting as parents and students listened to what's next for Rio Rancho schools if the cuts keep coming. Superintendent Sue Cleveland started the board meeting off saying Rio Rancho will not look the same if the district doesn't have the money to fund transportation, classes and other extracurricular activities.

Bill would allow concealed carry at schools, with exceptions

In New Mexico, you can't carry a gun on school grounds, even if you have a concealed carry permit. Now one lawmaker wants to change that.

Rio Rancho Board of Education to discuss budget crunch at special meeting

Rio Rancho Board of Education will be holding a special meeting Monday night to discuss the budget crisis. This comes a week after the superintendent sent out a letter blasting lawmakers over budget cuts.

Local church is helping those in need with donated clothes

Moments later their home was on fire, changing everything for a mother of two also pregnant with a third on the way. St. Francis Episcopal Church in Rio Rancho has a closet filled with diaper and clothing donations for people in need.

Rio Rancho schools working to deal with budget cuts

New Mexico's school districts are looking at potentially huge cuts as our state struggles with a massive budget deficit. APS is already planning how to deal with the budget cuts.

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A lawmaker's proposal to bring an old law up to speed with 21st century technology could make things easier for drivers. Rep. Cathrynn Brown sponsored House Bill 407 to require officers to accept proof of insurance on a mobile phone app if a driver does not have their insurance card handy.

Rio Rancho superintendent blasts lawmakers for cuts to education

She points to the $3.8 million her district had to cut this school year and the even greater cuts they will likely have to deal with next year. Cleveland warns further cuts will likely result in cuts to electives, activities, athletics and may even force them to shorten the school year.

Bernco East Mountain employees, APS east mountain schools, Rio Rancho schools on 2 hour delay

5:40 a.m.: Albuquerque Public Schools has announced a two- hour delay for east mountain schools and To'hajillee students only, due to icy roads. This does not affect the To'hajillee community school.

In The Kitchen: Edible Arrangements For Valentine's Day

Jeremiah Johnson , owner of Edible Arrangements , joined New Mexico Living to talk about Valentine's Day specials at the store. Jeremiah brought in examples of some of their most popular arrangements, with chocolate covered strawberries, fruit and specialty chocolates.

Rio Rancho to expand 'mobile speeding units'a

Drivers in the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho will still have to watch out on certain streets. The city has decided to keep and expand its mobile speeding units.

Councilors vote to use speed vans in Rio Rancho

RedFlex used to operate cameras at the intersections of Unser and Southern, and Unser and Northern to catch drivers running red lights. Last year, councilors decided not to renew the company's contract.

Rio Rancho keeps contract with red light camera company

A handful of protesters attended Wednesday evening's City Council meeting to oppose a new contract with camera operation Redflex, but councilors voted 5-1 on a four-year deal with an option to extend it another four years after that. Rio Rancho is the only New Mexico city still working with Redflex.

Wednesdaya s Morning Rush Video, 5 Facts: Senate to vote on Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions

Democrats have been staging another marathon floor debate, all night long objecting to his nomination. At one point, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren was reprimanded for delivering a critical speech about the Alabama senator, receiving a rare rebuke from leadership.

Four candidates win seats on APS Board

In district five, Candelaria Patterson claimed victory with more than half the vote.

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Trump's executive order bars citizens and refugees of seven Muslim-majority countries for several months or indefinitely for some. A Washington state federal judge suspended key parts of the order.

School board elections in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho

Four Albuquerque Public School Board seats are up for grabs. Voters are electing board members in districts three, five, six, and seven.

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