Albuquerque Journal News

July 25, 2022
More than 20 students require medical intervention after eating or touching spicy chip

More than 20 students require medical intervention after eating or touching spicy chip

The product called “Paqui” consists of a coffin-shaped package containing a single tortilla chip

Marita Hinds named education director at MIAC

Marita Hinds named education director at MIAC

The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) in Santa Fe has a new director of Education. Marita Hinds started the position on Sept. 6.

Albuquerque police arrest, charge man in Sunday's fatal stabbing

Albuquerque police arrest, charge man in Sunday's fatal stabbing

Police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal stabbing Sunday in Southeast Albuquerque. Zekiel Ibarra, 32, told Albuquerque police officers he stabbed “an old man” in the leg multiple times after he saw the man with what he thought was Ibarra’s stolen bicycle, according to a Criminal...

Federal incentives accelerate New Mexico's hydrogen economy

Federal incentives accelerate New Mexico's hydrogen economy

Albuquerque-based BayoTech Inc. expects to build a half-dozen hydrogen hubs in five different states next year, marking the company’s first major foray into commercial markets for its compact mobile hydrogen generators. The company, which launched in 2015, has spent seven years fully developing its...

Michelle Lujan Grisham sets sights on the future

Michelle Lujan Grisham sets sights on the future

Governor shares her perspective from the campaign trail

Corrales rescue thrift shop gets a new lease on life

Corrales rescue thrift shop gets a new lease on life

Proceeds from thrift store fund animal rescue mission

Detective fired after internal investigation

Detective fired after internal investigation

Other officer, who shot and injured suspect, cleared of wrongdoing

Evaluations stress concerns, harm at state health centers

Evaluations stress concerns, harm at state health centers

State officials say the state veterans' home will be back in compliance

Stewart recommends removal of Ivey-Soto as rules chair

Stewart recommends removal of Ivey-Soto as rules chair

SANTA FE — Senate President Pro Tem Mimi Stewart said Sunday that she is moving forward with plans to remove Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto from the powerful committee he presides over during legislative sessions. In a written statement, she cited a sexual harassment complaint filed against Ivey-Soto —...

APD investigating shooting

APD investigating shooting

Albuquerque on Sunday evening were investigating a shooting that left one person in critical condition. Rebecca Atkins, a police spokeswoman, said around 6:15 p.m. Sunday that officers were called to a reported shooting at Bataan Drive and Coors SW. One person was found injured and taken to a local...

No limit: Channel Tres brings tour to Electric Playhouse

No limit: Channel Tres brings tour to Electric Playhouse

Channel Tres is bringing his latest tour to Albuquerque for a show at Electric Playhouse on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

APD investigating fatal stabbing

APD investigating fatal stabbing

Albuquerque police are investigating a fatal stabbing on Sunday afternoon. Officers were called to the area of Kathryn and Maderia SE on a reported stabbing, said Rebecca Atkins, a police spokeswoman, said in an email. A deceased person was found and the Homicide Unit has launched an investigation,...

Gov. pledges $1.1M for film school, studio in Raton

Gov. pledges $1.1M for film school, studio in Raton

The film industry continues to grow in New Mexico. It’s always been a goal to have film facilities in every point of the state. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham pledged $1.1 million in capital outlay to support a film and media school and studio in Raton. During last fiscal year, the state saw the...

Longer sentences have failed to reduce violent crime

Longer sentences have failed to reduce violent crime

Spiro Agnew, who served as vice president under Richard Nixon, memorably denounced the administration’s enemies for their “pusillanimous pussyfooting on the critical issue of law and order.” Three years later, Agnew himself pled no contest — in practical effect, the same as pleading guilty — to tax...

Outdoor rec projects receive $2M+ in state funding

Outdoor rec projects receive $2M+ in state funding

The New Mexico Economic Development Department’s Outdoor Recreation Division handed out more than $2 million to 20 projects statewide through its Outdoor Recreation Trails+ grant, according to a news release. This is the second round of grant funding this year, with the first round having been...

Climate-fueled wildfires worsen dangers for struggling fish

Climate-fueled wildfires worsen dangers for struggling fish

A summer-long mission comes to a quick end as cutthroat trout rescued earlier this year are released into new digs

Rain or shine, students fight for normalcy

Rain or shine, students fight for normalcy

Homecoming returns after years of pandemic impacts

NM to be part of 'clean freight corridor'

NM to be part of 'clean freight corridor'

Hydrogen network could power trucks throughout Southwest

Judge was a 'very generous and caring person'

Judge was a 'very generous and caring person'

Friends and colleagues describe Judge James A. Parker as a gentleman

Stewart moves to oust Ivey-Soto from committee post

Stewart moves to oust Ivey-Soto from committee post

Sexual harassment allegations against him behind the action

APD arrests suspect in killing outside Calvary Church

APD arrests suspect in killing outside Calvary Church

Victim a security guard and former Bernalillo County Fire Rescue commander

US awards $73M contract for Navajo-Gallup water project

US awards $73M contract for Navajo-Gallup water project

Arizona company will build two pumping plants

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