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July 27, 2022
Crowds pack Central for Twinkle Light Parade despite rain

Crowds pack Central for Twinkle Light Parade despite rain

Thousands of people packed along Central to watch the Twinkle Light Parade, despite the rain.

Truck wash employee accused of murder makes first court appearance

Truck wash employee accused of murder makes first court appearance

Nicholas Dee was arrested Thursday after he reportedly confronted a group of people loitering at his job -- the Coss Truck Stop on 98th and I-40.

Former Congressman Pearce reelected as NM GOP chairman

Former Congressman Pearce reelected as NM GOP chairman

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Former U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce was elected Saturday to a third consecutive term as chairman of the Republican Party of New Mexico after the GOP failed to make significant gains in the midterm election.Pearce won the election for the leadership post with more than 55%...

Albuquerque sees increase of crashes investigated as homicides

Albuquerque sees increase of crashes investigated as homicides

Police are now investigating what they thought was just a car crash as a homicide. But, this isn't the first time a car crash has turned into a homicide callout.

'Tis the season for holiday craft fairs

'Tis the season for holiday craft fairs

A subreddit page for Albuquerque post different events going on during the weekend, and like most weekends, craft fairs seem to pop up all over the webpage.

APD investigates deadly pedestrian-vehicle crash

APD investigates deadly pedestrian-vehicle crash

Police say the crash happened in the area of Comanche and Juan Tabo. The pedestrian succumbed to injuries on scene.

Police launch homicide investigation in NW Albuquerque

Police launch homicide investigation in NW Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque police launched a homicide investigation Saturday morning. Officials say officers were dispatched to a single vehicle accident around 5 a.m. to the area near Montano Road and Rio Grande Boulevard NW. Upon arrival, officers found a person dead with multiple gunshot...

Police launch homicide investigation in NW Albuquerque

Police launch homicide investigation in NW Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque police launched a homicide investigation Saturday morning. Officials say officers were dispatched to a single vehicle accident around 5 a.m. to the area near Montano Road and Rio Grande Boulevard NW. Upon arrival, officers found a person dead with multiple gunshot...

Study: New Mexicans tip 20.1% on average

Study: New Mexicans tip 20.1% on average

A new study from digital payment company "Toast" ranked New Mexico the 12th best state for tipping.

Farmington bed and breakfast built inside a man-made cave

Farmington bed and breakfast built inside a man-made cave

New Mexico is home to some famous and renowned hotels and resorts. There’s a bed and breakfast in Farmington that’s unique – it sits 70 feet underground.

Fire officials share safety tips for this winter

Fire officials share safety tips for this winter

Across the country, 1,700 fires were started by heating sources last winter, and space heaters caused 81% of fire deaths.

Storage facility in NE Albuquerque temporarily closes

Storage facility in NE Albuquerque temporarily closes

Tenants received a message, saying: "We regret to inform you that Otter Self Storage Facility located on San Pedro has been targeted by thieves this week who broke into and damaged the facility."

APD investigates shooting near 3rd and Coal

APD investigates shooting near 3rd and Coal

Albuquerque police are investigating a shooting that happened on the 300 block of Coal Avenue Friday.

Inside Winter Wonderland 2022: Expo New Mexico's drive-thru holiday attraction

Inside Winter Wonderland 2022: Expo New Mexico's drive-thru holiday attraction

What started out as an event to help folks safely celebrate the holidays in 2020 has quickly grown into a local tradition.

Albuquerque police release lapel video of deadly officer shooting

Albuquerque police release lapel video of deadly officer shooting

21-year-old Julian Sanchez died on Nov. 5 after police shot him near Tramway and Menaul.

Truck wash employee charged with murder of homeless man

Truck wash employee charged with murder of homeless man

The Coss Truck Wash near 98th Street is back in business one day after a shooting left one man dead.

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 235 hospitalizations, 650 cases

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 235 hospitalizations, 650 cases

The New Mexico Department of Health reported no additional COVID-19-related deaths and 650 new COVID-19 cases Friday.

Multi-vehicle crash reported in Clayton as dust storm hits

Multi-vehicle crash reported in Clayton as dust storm hits

Personnel responded to a multi-vehicle crash on a busy stretch of road in Clayton, where authorities reported zero visibility due to a dust storm.

APD: Pedestrian critically injured in crash at Montgomery and Carlisle

APD: Pedestrian critically injured in crash at Montgomery and Carlisle

One person was taken to the hospital in critical condition after they were struck by a vehicle at Montgomery and Carlisle.

New Mexico expands its help with filling out court forms

New Mexico expands its help with filling out court forms

New Mexico's judiciary is expanding public access to court-scribe services that ensure people with limited literacy or disabilities can still fill out crucial court forms.

Migrants held at Cibola County Correctional Center protest inhumane conditions

Migrants held at Cibola County Correctional Center protest inhumane conditions

For the second time this year, migrants detained in New Mexico have reportedly staged a hunger strike to protest allegedly inhumane conditions inside privately-run detention facilities.

APD victim assistance unit prepared to help more families

APD victim assistance unit prepared to help more families

Maybe you have questions about your loved one case or maybe you just need a shoulder to cry on. APD recently formed a victim's assistance unit for all of that and more.

30+ families face more challenges after forced out of Española apartments

30+ families face more challenges after forced out of Española apartments

Dozens of families in Española have faced setback after setback, and now many don’t know where they’re going to live.

Four Corners Christmas tree display provides more than just holiday cheer

Four Corners Christmas tree display provides more than just holiday cheer

Once a year, the Farmington Civic Center transforms into a forest of Christmas trees, and every year community members light up when they see all the dazzling displays.

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 249 hospitalizations, 768 cases

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 249 hospitalizations, 768 cases

The New Mexico Department of Health reported no additional COVID-19-related deaths and 768 new COVID-19 cases Thursday.

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