• Still-unopened pedestrian bridge over I-25 near Osuna is six months behind schedule, and $1.7 million over budget.
• Following the lead of the Feds to investigate APD officer-involved shootings, DA Brandenburg says she plans to tackle the backlog of cases in her office involving APD.
• BernCo commissioners approve new animal care ordinance. New rules place ban on use of "cable trolleys" and mandates microchip implants.
• Mayor expected to select successor to fill the final two years of outgoing councilor O'Malley's term. Will it result in a redistricting-related shuffle that will enable Benton to take the seat?
• New census data shows New Mexicans more likely to own their homes than the rest of the U.S.; also more likely to live in poverty.
• Democrat state senators expected to select top leader in Santa Fe meeting this weekend. One contender is Duke City's Linda Lopez.
• Guv reshuffles executive team. Promotes top spokesperson to Deputy Chief of Staff.
• Controversy continues in wake of last month's resignation of Eldorado HS girls soccer coach. Was he forced to quit for violations of APS policy or not?
• Minivan collides with Einstein's near UNM. Bagels survive. See photos.
• Calling all composers age 12 and under. Hey Mozart! wants to hear your music.