• Should fully immunized people wear masks indoors? An infectious disease physician weighs in

    Should fully immunized people wear masks indoors? An infectious disease physician weighs in
    (THE CONVERSATION) With the highly infectious delta coronavirus variant spreading at an alarming rate, the World Health Organization in late June 2021 urged people to again wear masks indoors – even those who are fully vaccinated. And on July 15, Los Angeles County, California, announced that it would again require masking up in public indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status. This was followed by a recommendation – though not a mandate
  • Manny Muro is ready to shine at Bellator 263 on Saturday

    Manny Muro is ready to shine at Bellator 263 on Saturday
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Manny Muro is a Jackson and Wink MMA trained fighter that will test his 12-6 professional record on Saturday, a part of the Bellator 263 main card. Muro will fight undefeated (12-0) Usman Nurmagomedov, who is the cousin of UFC Legend Khabib Nurmagomedov.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2
  • Duke City Gladiators garner big win at home Saturday; 68-61 over Spokane

    Duke City Gladiators garner big win at home Saturday; 68-61 over Spokane
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Duke City Gladiators won their second consecutive game in the IFL, after a big win over the Spokane Shock on Saturday night. This was a big home victory as the Gladiators took out the Shock at home 68-61, in what was the IFL Game of The Week.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 milli
  • Ledecky sets up 1st Olympic showdown with Aussie rival

    Ledecky sets up 1st Olympic showdown with Aussie rival
    TOKYO (AP) — Katie Ledecky opened her Olympic program as the top qualifier in the 400-meter freestyle, setting up a showdown with Ariarne Titmus of Australia as the American star tries to defend her title.Ledecky advanced with a time of 4:00:45 on Sunday night. Titmus was third-quickest in 4:01.66. The first of their multiple showdowns in Tokyo comes in the final on Monday morning.Ledecky will be looking to carry forward the momentum her teammates built on the first day of the meet, when t
  • Advertisement

  • Hit and run victim dies from injuries in SE Albuquerque

    Hit and run victim dies from injuries in SE Albuquerque
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Police say a woman died from her injuries after being hit by a vehicle early Sunday morning. According to a press release, APD's Traffic Unit responded to the crash around 1:20 a.m. in the area of 9000 Trumbull Ave. SE. The vehicle fled the scene.Officials say witnesses told police the vehicle involved is possibly a white Chevy Impala and the vehicle was heading westbound. The victim died from her and has not been identified.It is unknown if speed or alcohol
  • US is split between the vaccinated and unvaccinated – and deaths and hospitalizations reflect this divide

    US is split between the vaccinated and unvaccinated – and deaths and hospitalizations reflect this divide
    (THE CONVERSATION) In recent weeks, one piece of data has gotten a lot of attention: 99.5% of all the people dying from COVID-19 in the U.S. are unvaccinated.We are two researchers who work in public health and study immunity, viruses and other microbes. Since the start of the pandemic, public health experts have been concerned about what might happen if large sections of the U.S. population, for whatever reason, did not get vaccinated. Over the past few weeks, the&
  • Homicide detectives on scene at NE Albuquerque apartment complex

    Homicide detectives on scene at NE Albuquerque apartment complex
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened early Sunday morning in the northeast part of town. Officials say officers responded shortly after 3:00 a.m. at the Sierra Meadows Apartment Homes on the 4200 block of Eubank Boulevard northeast. Albuquerque's 2021 HomicidesWhen police arrived on the scene, they found a dead shooting victim. Police say homicide detectives are currently investigating. What led up to the shooting or the suspec
  • Since Ancient Greece, the Olympics and bribery have gone hand in hand

    Since Ancient Greece, the Olympics and bribery have gone hand in hand
    (THE CONVERSATION) As a professor of classical studies, I’ve noticed some remarkable differences and similarities between the modern and ancient Olympic Games. The medals, the torch relay and events for females didn’t exist in the ancient games, but the four-year cycle and the concept of a major sports spectacle still continue.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Fil
  • Advertisement

  • More PM scattered showers for Sunday

    More PM scattered showers for Sunday
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – It's been quite a month for rainfall here in New Mexico. Our healthy monsoon continues this afternoon and into next week as well. Albuquerque received more than an inch of rain so far this month, while Santa Fe received 1.63".Forecast Continues BelowCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesBusiness: Albuquerque restaurant uses hu
  • Largest beneficiaries of the PPP program in NM: oil and gas support, restaurants

    Largest beneficiaries of the PPP program in NM: oil and gas support, restaurants
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – New Mexico's businesses, across all industries, were approved for more than $3 billion in Paycheck Protection Program funding, data from the US Small Business Administration (SBA) shows. With an average loan value of $81,277, New Mexico is in the top twenty states, but far below the national average of nearly $130,000 per loan.New Mexico's average loan value was higher than the average Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan in California, Colorado, or Arizona. Texa
  • What's in wildfire smoke? A toxicologist explains the health risks and which masks can help

    What's in wildfire smoke? A toxicologist explains the health risks and which masks can help
    (THE CONVERSATION) Fire and health officials began issuing warnings about wildfire smoke several weeks earlier than normal this year. With almost the entire U.S. West in drought, signs already pointed to a long, dangerous fire season ahead.Smoke is now turning the sky hazy acrossa large swath of the country as dozens of large fires burn, and a lot of people are wondering what’s in the air they’re breathing.As an environmental toxicologist, I study t
  • 'Carve Wars' comes to New Mexico

    'Carve Wars' comes to New Mexico
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The roaring of chainsaws filled the Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort this weekend. The sound was coming from seven chainsaw-wielding artists, transforming logs into art.
    Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s who will get themWeird/Off-Beat: VIDEO: Scuffle betw
  • South Valley residents respond to problem neighbor

    South Valley residents respond to problem neighbor
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –An Albuquerque man with a history of stirring up trouble in a South Valley neighborhood is at it again. This time for allegedly breaking a neighbor's window while on probation.Anthony Carter is no stranger to the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office. BCSO tells KRQE they've arrested Carter 11 times and neighbors want the cycle to stop. Repeat offender has 46 warrants in total dating back to ’97His long list of charges includes aggravated assault with a deadly
  • Sunset Little League heading to regionals in Waco

    Sunset Little League heading to regionals in Waco
    RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Sunset Little League out of Rio Rancho punched their ticket to go to regionals in Waco, Texas, and represent New Mexico by winning the state championship in the Majors Division Thursday night in Santa Fe. The group of 11 and 12-year-old ballplayers put up 19 runs, which included a grand slam against two from Carlsbad to win.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent stat
  • Serve ABQ wants to clean up Albuquerque, New Mexico Artisan Market reopens

    Serve ABQ wants to clean up Albuquerque, New Mexico Artisan Market reopens
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Serve ABQ is working to get its network of young adults back after the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to take a break. Now, they're ready to get back in the community and serve the city.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s who will get themWeir
  • A quarter of a century later, 1996 Olympic softball competition left legacy in Columbus

    A quarter of a century later, 1996 Olympic softball competition left legacy in Columbus
    COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) -- As the 2020 Tokyo Games open this weekend in Japan, WRBL News 3 will look back a quarter of a century. That's when the Games were in Columbus at Golden Park for the 1996 Olympic softball competition.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s who will get themWeird/Off
  • Showers pushing west this evening

    Showers pushing west this evening
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – We continue to see a soggy forecast through our weekend especially for western and central New Mexico. Heavier rain fell this afternoon across Santa Fe, Grants, and Silver City.Forecast Continues BelowCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesBusiness: Albuquerque restaurant uses humor to call out bad online reviewsInvestigation:
  • Nude local man claims medical condition causes him to sweat, disrobe

    Nude local man claims medical condition causes him to sweat, disrobe
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man accused of repeatedly exposing himself in public has now been charged. Earlier this month, Albuquerque police responded to a complaint about 80-year-old George McLellan standing next to his car in the CNM parking lot while naked and touching himself – then putting on a hat and jacket when he was approached.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in
  • Local nude man claims medical condition causes him to sweat, disrobe

    Local nude man claims medical condition causes him to sweat, disrobe
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man accused of repeatedly exposing himself in public has now been charged. Earlier this month, Albuquerque police responded to a complaint about 80-year-old George McLellan standing next to his car in the CNM parking lot while naked and touching himself – then putting on a hat and jacket when he was approached.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in
  • Albuquerque man charged with voyeurism of roommate

    Albuquerque man charged with voyeurism of roommate
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque man claims he caught his roommate using a camera to spy on him and his girlfriend. The man told police it appeared someone had moved some things in his bedroom of the home near Academy and Ventura.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s
  • NM United to make announcement during Saturday's tailgate

    NM United to make announcement during Saturday's tailgate
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Following a study released by the city about a new stadium, New Mexico United says it plans on making a big announcement Saturday night. The study looked at where a new stadium could be built and what it could look like.
    It’s a big day for New Mexico, don’t miss a second of it 💛🖤⚠️ 6:30pm announcement at tailgate
    🏟 gates at 6PM MT
    👷‍♂️ hard hats for first 1,500
    ⚽️ kickoff
  • NM United, city of Albuquerque plan to bring stadium bond issue to city council Aug. 2

    NM United, city of Albuquerque plan to bring stadium bond issue to city council Aug. 2
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Before the New Mexico United game against El Paso Locomotive Saturday night, United Owner and President Peter Trevisani and Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller announced an upcoming multi-use stadium bond issue will be presented to the Albuquerque City Council at the August 2 meeting. A vote is expected later that month. Watch the announcement below:
    The Biggest Announcement in our History So Far! https://t.co/qR1eD071gc— New Mexico United (@NewMexicoUTD) Jul
  • A future without passwords may be closer than you think

    A future without passwords may be closer than you think
    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Hate trying to keep track of all your passwords? They may one day be a thing of the past.
    Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s who will get themWeird/Off-Beat: VIDEO: Scuffle between NMSP officer, suspected shoplifter outside Dollar GeneralAdvances in biometric
  • Local volunteers work to clean up ART stations

    Local volunteers work to clean up ART stations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Volunteers came together with community partners to clean the ART stations along part of Central Saturday morning. It's part of community outreach efforts between the transit department, Transit Advisory Board, and the Adopt-A-Stop Program.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million pay
  • Free exams and more offered at dental group's grand opening

    Free exams and more offered at dental group's grand opening
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local dental group offered free services Saturday in honor of the grand opening of their new location. Valer Dental and Braces hosted a grand opening at their Eubank location and offered free dental work to the community.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. H
  • Medicare for All Bill focus of Saturday rally

    Medicare for All Bill focus of Saturday rally
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Organizers were outside of UNM Hospital in Albuquerque on Saturday advocating for free Medicare for all. Progressive Democrats of America was one of at least eight organizations in attendance, according to the Democratic Party of Bernalillo County.Story continues belowCrime: Two charged for series of armed robberies across metroCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 mil
  • LeVar Burton says 'Jeopardy!' tapings got off to rough start: 'Can't let your focus drop for a nanosecond'

    LeVar Burton says 'Jeopardy!' tapings got off to rough start: 'Can't let your focus drop for a nanosecond'
    (NEXSTAR) – LeVar Burton’s interest in becoming the permanent host of “Jeopardy!” hasn’t waned despite a “scary” experience during filming. Burton, whose tapings begin to air on Monday, told the Associated Press that his experience as guest host started off a bit shakier than he had hoped, mostly because he needed to adjust to the pacing of the show.“Being at home, it feels like a really relaxed half-hour, but it’s not relaxed at all,”
  • Cannabis industry in New Mexico faces big challenge of water

    Cannabis industry in New Mexico faces big challenge of water
    MADRID, N.M. (KRQE) – Where some see desert, Cid and Medina Isbell see opportunity. Standing on a plot on their 30-acre property just north of Madrid, they envision a greenhouse full of cannabis plants where brush, sunflowers, and cactuses now grow. New Mexico Cannabis Control Division revises some rules for licensed producersThey are among many hopeful entrepreneurs who see New Mexico’s upcoming legal market for cannabis production and sales — set to launch by April 1 &md
  • Bird sees no hypocrisy on US team staying for anthem

    Bird sees no hypocrisy on US team staying for anthem
    SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — Sue Bird sees no contradiction with the U.S. team staying on the court during the national anthem at the Olympics. It’s a change for the four-time Olympic gold medalist and her WNBA teammates.
    During the WNBA season players usually leave the court to raise awareness for social injustice before the anthem is played at games.
    Bird says not only does everyone know where WNBA players stand on social injustice because of the awareness they raised, but now they're doi
  • Biles and Ledecky headline Day 2 of Olympic competition

    Biles and Ledecky headline Day 2 of Olympic competition
    TOKYO (AP) — Two of America's star Olympians headline Sunday's events at the Tokyo Games as Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky both begin their quests to rewrite the record books.
    The U.S. men’s basketball team begins play, while surfing makes its Olympic debut and the women's skateboarders see their first action. Here are some things to watch. (all times Eastern):SWIMMINGFive-time Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky came to Tokyo attempting to break the all-time record of eight gold med
  • Dream team no more: Basketball world catching up to the US

    Dream team no more: Basketball world catching up to the US
    SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — When the Dream Team era started in 1992, most of the NBA players in the Olympics represented the United States.David Stern knew what would happen from there.“In time,” the former NBA commissioner predicted in 1995, “that will change.”Stern was right. The number of international players in the NBA has steadily risen since -- and the gap between USA Basketball and the rest of the world has tightened as well. There will be more players in this tou
  • Is climate change to blame for the recent weather disasters? 2 things you need to understand

    Is climate change to blame for the recent weather disasters? 2 things you need to understand
    (THE CONVERSATION) Summer isn’t even half over, and we’ve seen heat waves in the Pacific Northwest and Canada with temperatures that would make news in Death Valley, enormous fires that have sent smoke across North America, and lethal floods of biblical proportions in Germany and China. Scientists have warned for over 50 years about increases in extreme events arising from subtle changes in average climate, but many people have been shocke
  • Is asking about someone's COVID vaccine status a HIPAA violation?

    Is asking about someone's COVID vaccine status a HIPAA violation?
    (NEXSTAR) – From politicians to professional athletes, people in the media spotlight have deflected questions about their COVID-19 vaccine status by – incorrectly – accusing reporters of violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA. When Dallas Cowboy's quarterback Dak Prescott was asked Thursday at a training camp press conference whether or not he was vaccinated, the NFL star said, "I don't necessarily think that's exactly important. I think tha
  • Scattered rain returns for western New Mexico

    Scattered rain returns for western New Mexico
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – It was quite the start to the weekend! We saw flash flooding, damaging wind gusts, and lots of lightning for our Friday. Rainfall amounts were generally in the 1-3" range across western and central New Mexico; this produced some flooded roadways.Forecast Continues BelowCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesBusiness: Albuquerqu
  • There's a long history of dances being pilfered for profit – and TikTok is the latest battleground

    There's a long history of dances being pilfered for profit – and TikTok is the latest battleground
    (THE CONVERSATION) In January 2020, 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon created what would become one of the biggest viral dance sensations on TikTok. But few users knew that Harmon, who is Black, invented the dance, which she dubbed the Renegade – at least not until a month later, when The New York Times drew attention to her case. That’s because a TikTok user had copied the dance, and it was that TikToker’s rendition that went viral.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque ne
  • In Case You Missed It: July 19- 23 New Mexico News

    In Case You Missed It: July 19- 23 New Mexico News
    News coverage you may have missed this week.New Mexico
    Golden Crown Panaderia receives backlash over Facebook posts
    By: Brady WakayamaNeighborhood association wants dilapidated home torn down
    By: Rachel Knapp
    Community
    Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competition
    By: Anna PadillaCrime
    $15k-$20k worth of items stolen from dance group visiting Albuquerque
    By: Courtney Allen
    Former APS secretary guilty of embezzlement sentencedAlbuquerque neighbors believe acc
  • What would the ancient Greeks think of an Olympics with no fans?

    What would the ancient Greeks think of an Olympics with no fans?
    (THE CONVERSATION) Because of a dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases, the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2021 Olympics will unfold in a stadium absent the eyes, ears and voices of a once-anticipated 68,000 ticket holders from around the world. Events during the intervening days will likewise occur in silent arenas missing the hundreds of thousands of spectators who paid US$815 million for their now-useless tickets.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused
  • Storm chances continue Saturday

    Storm chances continue Saturday
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Scattered rain and storm chances continue this weekend. Storms will continue across the western half of New Mexico through this evening as an upper-level, low-pressure system moves across the state.
    Forecast Continues BelowCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesBusiness: Albuquerque restaurant uses humor to call out bad online
  • Two charged for series of armed robberies across metro

    Two charged for series of armed robberies across metro
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department has arrested a duo accused of an armed robbery spree in the metro. Alexis Abeyta and Adrian Aragon are charged with eight store robberies between January and April of this year.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments
  • Former Lobo track star used UNM research lab to train for Olympics

    Former Lobo track star used UNM research lab to train for Olympics
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Tokyo Olympics are underway and there are nearly a dozen athletes from the University of New Mexico competing. One former Lobo track star even came home to prepare for the games in a unique research lab on campus. Josh Kerr ran for the Lobos from 2015 to 2018. He stopped by UNM to train before heading to Japan, but it wasn't your average workout.
    Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of fir
  • FBI investigating crash that killed two Mormon missionaries in NW New Mexico

    FBI investigating crash that killed two Mormon missionaries in NW New Mexico
    NAVAJO NATION (KRQE) – The FBI is investigating a crash in northwestern New Mexico that killed two Mormon missionaries. Michael Davis from Utah and Tyson Haycock from Montana were both killed in the head-on crash Thursday afternoon on the Navajo Nation.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another
  • Asteroid 3 times the size of Taj Mahal to fly past Earth on Saturday

    Asteroid 3 times the size of Taj Mahal to fly past Earth on Saturday
    (NEXSTAR) — An asteroid about the size of a stadium — or three times the size of the Taj Mahal — is set to speed past Earth on Saturday. The asteroid, called "2008Go20," is hurtling towards Earth at 18,000 mph, according to NASA. Nevertheless, the agency says there's no reason to worry.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina compet
  • Snow leopard at San Diego Zoo suspected positive for COVID-19

    Snow leopard at San Diego Zoo suspected positive for COVID-19
    SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – The San Diego Zoo announced Friday a male snow leopard at their facility is suspected to be positive for COVID-19. Wildlife care specialists Thursday said they noticed that the snow leopard had a cough and nasal discharge.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments s
  • FBI looking for man accused of fatal shooting on Navajo Nation

    FBI looking for man accused of fatal shooting on Navajo Nation
    NAVAJO NATION (KRQE) – The FBI is looking for a man accused of murder in the Navajo Nation. Officials say 27-year-old Josiah Alan Smith is the suspect in the fatal shooting earlier this year but say they can't release any other details.
    Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments
  • Sports Desk: NM United ready to bounce back, host rival El Paso

    Sports Desk: NM United ready to bounce back, host rival El Paso
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico United is hoping to return to the win column Saturday night when they host rival and league-leading El Paso Locomotive. It will be the first time El Paso has played in the Duke City since the 2019 season.
    Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 millio
  • VIDEO: Scuffle between NMSP officer, suspected shoplifter outside Dollar General

    VIDEO: Scuffle between NMSP officer, suspected shoplifter outside Dollar General
    PECOS, N.M. (KRQE) – It's a silent police dashcam video but in post-arrest interviews, a woman has no problem telling officers how dumb she thinks are boyfriend behaved. Especially when he allegedly pointed a gun at a New Mexico State Police officer. In a tearful police station interview, the girlfriend of Isaac Valencia told officers exactly what happened leading up to his arrest.Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of fire
  • Balloon Museum's new exhibit celebrates balloon launch directors

    Balloon Museum's new exhibit celebrates balloon launch directors
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Balloon Museum will soon open up a new exhibit celebrating those who help balloons get off the ground. The All Black and White exhibit will open Thursday, July 29.
    Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina competitionMoney: Stimulus check: Another 2.2 million payments sent out. Here’s wh
  • BCSO investigates shooting, rollover crash on Paseo

    BCSO investigates shooting, rollover crash on Paseo
    One individual has been transported to a local hospital.
  • Fallen APD officer gets new memorial

    Fallen APD officer gets new memorial
    The Albuquerque Police Department is honoring the legacy of Officer Daniel Webster, who was shot and killed after a traffic stop on Eubank and Central in 2015.
  • National Guard member charged with having inappropriate relationship with teen

    National Guard member charged with having inappropriate relationship with teen
    ESPAÑOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – A former security guard at Espanola Middle School is facing eight charges for having an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old student. Court documents say the relationship between the security guard and the student began when the girl was in eighth grade.
    Story continues belowCrime: Albuquerque neighbors believe accused arsonist responsible for string of firesCommunity: Albuquerque teen the first to represent state in international Filipina compe

Follow @Albuquerque_Nws on Twitter!