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July 26, 2022
Tips for creating more secure passwords

Tips for creating more secure passwords

Feb. 7 is International Safer Internet Day and, no matter what accounts you have, we have steps that can protect you and your identity.

Navigating Netflix's crackdown on logins

Navigating Netflix's crackdown on logins

A few years after telling subscribers it had no problem with them sharing passwords, Netflix will soon attempt to ban someone from watching their favorite movie or TV show on the platform unless they live in the same household as the person paying the bill.

'What 3 Words?' app

'What 3 Words?' app

Three words on a smartphone app could save your life and an outdoor enthusiast is grateful that existed when she was in trouble once.

Albuquerque police cracking down on drivers without license plates

Albuquerque police cracking down on drivers without license plates

The Albuquerque Police Department is cracking down on drivers without proper license plates.

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 0 deaths, 86 hospitalizations, 193 cases

New Mexico COVID-19 update: 0 deaths, 86 hospitalizations, 193 cases

The New Mexico Department of Health reported no additional COVID-19-related deaths and 193 new COVID-19 cases Thursday.

Interior: $580M headed to 15 tribes to fulfill water rights

Interior: $580M headed to 15 tribes to fulfill water rights

The Biden administration on Thursday said 15 Native American tribes will get a total of $580 million this year to fund settlements that ensure access to water that's legally theirs. The money will help carry out agreements known as water rights settlements. They define the tribes' rights...

Court: US needs to consider effects of drilling near Chaco

Court: US needs to consider effects of drilling near Chaco

A federal appeals court says the U.S. government failed to consider the cumulative effects of greenhouse gas emissions that would result from the approval of nearly 200 drilling permits issued in an area surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The region is home to sites considered...

Farmington elementary school evacuated due to a gas leak

Farmington elementary school evacuated due to a gas leak

Students and staff at Ladera del Norte Elementary School were evacuated due to a gas leak Thursday.

Three suspects arrested during FBI raid in SW Albuquerque

Three suspects arrested during FBI raid in SW Albuquerque

Three suspects were arrested when the FBI executed multiple search warrants Thursday morning in southwest Albuquerque.

'Souper Bowl' supporting Roadrunner Food Bank this Saturday

'Souper Bowl' supporting Roadrunner Food Bank this Saturday

The Super Bowl may be in Phoenix, Feb. 12, but the "Souper Bowl" will be in Albuquerque this Saturday, Feb. 4.

Soviet missile to be transported to Nuclear Museum in ABQ

Soviet missile to be transported to Nuclear Museum in ABQ

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque will receive a Soviet missile this Saturday morning.

Bairstow scores 20, Utah State defeats New Mexico 84-73

Bairstow scores 20, Utah State defeats New Mexico 84-73

Led by Sean Bairstow's 20 points, the Utah State Aggies defeated the New Mexico Lobos 84-73 on Wednesday. The Aggies are now 18-5 with the win and the Lobos fell to 19-4.

More tips to avoid Facebook clone accounts

More tips to avoid Facebook clone accounts

Social butterflies beware, accepting random Facebook friend requests or requests from cloned accounts can cost you time and money.

West Mesa High School students, teachers share fears about gun violence

West Mesa High School students, teachers share fears about gun violence

Students and teachers shared their fears about gun violence at West Mesa High School during the APS board meeting Wednesday night.

Gateway Center: New timeline information as city councilor calls for transparency

Gateway Center: New timeline information as city councilor calls for transparency

A City of Albuquerque spokesperson gave an update Wednesday on the timeline for fully opening the Gateway Center.

Prescribed burn in Sandias postponed due to weather conditions

Prescribed burn in Sandias postponed due to weather conditions

A prescribed burn that was supposed to happen in the Sandias this week, has now been pushed back to next Monday.

Nonprofit to host weekend fundraiser to help expansion efforts

Nonprofit to host weekend fundraiser to help expansion efforts

Tenderlove Community Center has some very humble beginnings, and now some grand ambitions to help end homelessness here.

Crews battle house fire in SW Albuquerque

Crews battle house fire in SW Albuquerque

Crews responded to a house fire in southwest Albuquerque at about 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Aztec Flower shop encourages community to buy flowers for seniors this Valentine’s Day

Aztec Flower shop encourages community to buy flowers for seniors this Valentine’s Day

One New Mexico flower shop is taking a different route by encouraging folks to do something special for someone you don’t know.

Suspect in BernCo HQ shooting pleads guilty

Suspect in BernCo HQ shooting pleads guilty

The Bernalillo County Headquarters - which had just barely opened after months of renovations - was hit by gunfire and thousands of dollars of damages.

Suspect in deadly party shooting to be held in jail

Suspect in deadly party shooting to be held in jail

A district court judge ruled that 19-year-old Jesse Parra will be held in jail during a detention hearing Wednesday.

Proposal to rework New Mexico's bail laws advances

Proposal to rework New Mexico's bail laws advances

A House committee advanced a proposed constitutional amendment Wednesday morning that would rework some of the state's bail laws.

Metropolitan Detention Center ramps up recruitment efforts

Metropolitan Detention Center ramps up recruitment efforts

The Metropolitan Detention Center, which is still facing staffing issues, is running new ads to try to boost its recruitment efforts.

New Mexico teen walks runway at New York Fashion Week

New Mexico teen walks runway at New York Fashion Week

A New Mexico teen's dream of strutting down the catwalk for New York Fashion Week has become a reality.

Local robotics firm rolls out portable disinfecting robot

Local robotics firm rolls out portable disinfecting robot

A local robotics firm is rolling out a robot designed to be portable enough to disinfect your workplace.

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