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Volunteers serve Thanksgiving meals for community members in need | KRQE Volunteers serve Thanksgiving meals for community members in need
Dozens of volunteers around the Metro started off their Thanksgiving by helping serve others.
KRQE | November 24, 2017
Holly Holm gives her take on which is harder to train through, Thanksgiving or Christmas | KRQE Holly Holm gives her take on which is harder to train through, Thanksgiving or Christmas
ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (KRQE)- Albuquerque’s own Holly Holm is currently training to take on Cris Cyborg on December 30th in Las Vegas, Nevada, a …
KRQE | November 24, 2017
Thousands line up to save big on Black Friday | KRQE Thousands line up to save big on Black Friday
Thousands were out shopping all day and night and everyone has the same thing on their mind. “Trying to get as much stuff for as little mone…
KRQE | November 24, 2017
Albuquerque restaurant serves 200 Thanksgiving meals to foster kids and families | KRQE Albuquerque restaurant serves 200 Thanksgiving meals to foster kids and families
It's a feast that filled both stomachs and hearts.an Albuquerque restaurant opened their doors for families who've already opened up their h…
KRQE | November 24, 2017
Telling Stories, Learning English | KUNM Telling Stories, Learning English
Fifth graders in Santa Fe will perform for the community this month in a program of "tall tales" that they themselves have conceived and written. The dual-language performance, on November 29 and 30 at Teatro Paraguas , is part of an after-school program called Storytellers & Writers , which works with kids in New Mexico who need extra help reading, writing and speaking English. "The program is so
KUNM | November 24, 2017
Watchdog Reviewing EPA Work On Navajo Uranium Sites, Balderas Wants More Information On Uber Breach | KUNM Watchdog Reviewing EPA Work On Navajo Uranium Sites, Balderas Wants More Information On Uber Breach
EPA's Work On Navajo Nation Uranium Sites Under Review – Associated Press A federal watchdog says it will review the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to clean up abandoned uranium sites on the Navajo Nation.
KUNM | November 24, 2017
NM Senators Seek Help For Acequias, Police To Patrol I-40 Over Holiday Weekend | KUNM NM Senators Seek Help For Acequias, Police To Patrol I-40 Over Holiday Weekend
New Mexico Senators Seek Help For Acequias, Land Grants – Associated Press Traditional water and land grant associations in New Mexico would have access to additional federal resources for conservation projects under legislation introduced by members of the state's congressional delegation.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Bernalillo Sheriff Says Body Cams Unfair To Officers, Regulators Approve Utility's Power Plan | KUNM Bernalillo Sheriff Says Body Cams Unfair To Officers, Regulators Approve Utility's Power Plan
New Mexico Sheriff Says Body Cam Video Unfair To Officers – KOAT-TV, Associated Press The sheriff of New Mexico's most populous county will not require his deputies to use body cameras because he says the media would use the footage to unfairly criticize the officers.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Democrat Tim Keller wins special election for Mayor of Albuquerque | New Mexico Tribune Democrat Tim Keller wins special election for Mayor of Albuquerque
ALBUQUERQUE–Early vote counts at 7:30 p.m. show Keller with 62% of the vote and Dan Lewis with 37% of the vote. Tim Keller lead the mayoral election in October, but did not get 50% of the vote needed to secure victory over Dan Lewis. Keller is married, born and raised […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Symphony Tower Gaining Momentum | New Mexico Tribune Symphony Tower Gaining Momentum
ALBUQUERQUE–The proposed newest addition to Albuquerque’s skyline is causing a lot of buzz in the Duke City. City officials and others connected to the Skyline Competition, including mayor Richard J. Berry, took the secrecy surrounding the project during the early planning stages extremely seriously, but now the word is out […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Balloon Fiesta kicks off to great start | New Mexico Tribune Balloon Fiesta kicks off to great start
More than 20 countries will be represented this week as nearly one million balloon experts, eager photographers, and New Mexico newcomers look to the skies for Albuquerque’s 46th International Balloon Fiesta. Jennifer Garcia is in charge of the pilots for this year’s 562 hot air balloons. “It’s indescribable,” she said, […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Southwest Residents Skip Cancer Screenings Despite Risk | New Mexico Tribune Southwest Residents Skip Cancer Screenings Despite Risk
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Ninety-five percent of people responding to a nationwide survey say they take at least one preventive measure to avoid cancer. However, residents of the Southwest show less concern about getting cancer, the second leading cause of death. Three-quarters of respondents to a Mayo Clinic health survey say […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Albuquerque Groups Work to “Give Peace a Chance” | New Mexico Tribune Albuquerque Groups Work to “Give Peace a Chance”
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Thursday is the United Nations’ International Day of Peace, and groups in New Mexico are taking part. A forum tonight by the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice is just one of the activities of Campaign Nonviolence Week. Campaign Nonviolence advocates for people across the globe to […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
New Mexico Tops Mississippi for Highest Child Poverty Rate | New Mexico Tribune New Mexico Tops Mississippi for Highest Child Poverty Rate
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – More than one-third of New Mexico’s children younger than age five are living in poverty – more than any other state in the nation – according to a report from the U.S. Census Bureau. The report shows that child poverty declined in 28 states and rose in […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Report: NM’s Chihuahuan Desert Rivers at Risk from Oil, Gas Development | New Mexico Tribune Report: NM’s Chihuahuan Desert Rivers at Risk from Oil, Gas Development
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A new report, Too Wild to Drill, from The Wilderness Society says the damage and destruction that would be caused from extractive industries allowed on Chihuahuan Desert Rivers near Carlsbad Caverns would put southeast New Mexico’s future at risk. The area is one of 15 identified in […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Will Federal Immigration Crackdown Benefit NM’s Private Prisons? | New Mexico Tribune Will Federal Immigration Crackdown Benefit NM’s Private Prisons?
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The prison population is declining in most states – but not in New Mexico, and that’s creating problems for elected officials. A privately run for-profit prison in Torrance County announced it would close at the end of this week because it doesn’t have enough inmates. At the […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
NM Opioid Crisis Gets National Spotlight | New Mexico Tribune NM Opioid Crisis Gets National Spotlight
SANTA FE, N.M. – The opioid addiction problems New Mexico has battled for years finally are getting some attention from the White House. President Trump was briefed on the issue Tuesday after a drug commission he appointed urgently recommended that he declare the opioid crisis a national emergency. Three years […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Deadline Looms for NM Comments on Oil and Gas Methane Rule Rollbacks | New Mexico Tribune Deadline Looms for NM Comments on Oil and Gas Methane Rule Rollbacks
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico residents have until Wednesday to submit comments on stricter standards for methane leaks from new and modified oil and gas operations. The tougher rules were approved under the Obama administration, but they’re among those the Trump administration has promised to roll back. Environmental Protection Agency […]
New Mexico Tribune | November 23, 2017
Sunny Days, Stormy Days | KUNM Sunny Days, Stormy Days
This Saturday on The Children's Hour, the KUNM Kids will explore the weather with our friend from the National Weather Service, Kerry Jones. Is it sunny, or is it cloudy? We'll find out!
KUNM | November 23, 2017
NM Prosecutors Urge Jurors To Convict, Parties Pledge New Thinking To Solve Interstate Water Fight, | KUNM NM Prosecutors Urge Jurors To Convict, Parties Pledge New Thinking To Solve Interstate Water Fight,
New Mexico Prosecutors Urge Jurors To Convict – The Associated Press New Mexico state prosecutors are urging a jury to convict a former New Mexico state senator on charges of fraud, bribery and violating ethical principles.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Tim Keller Wins Big In ABQ Mayoral Race | KUNM Tim Keller Wins Big In ABQ Mayoral Race
After an extra long campaign season in Albuquerque, voters gave Democrat Tim Keller a big win in last night’s runoff mayoral election against Republican Dan Lewis. Keller said the high voter turnout and decisive victory constitutes a mandate.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Lewis Vows To Make City Better After Runoff Loss | KUNM Lewis Vows To Make City Better After Runoff Loss
Republican Dan Lewis gathered in a Downtown ballroom with his supporters to make sense of what happened. “This has always been about a cause, that is, to make the city better, to make Albuquerque thrive, to make it safer, and you believe in that,” he said. “I know you believed in it, you still do, and I do also.” Lewis congratulated Democrat Tim Keller on his win but said he’s not done t
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Bidding Big For Corporate Development | KUNM Bidding Big For Corporate Development
Let's Talk New Mexico 11/16 8a: New Mexico is one of dozens of states and communities vying for Amazon’s second headquarters. Many places are promising hefty incentives to land the deal, just as we did unsuccessfully several years ago for a Tesla facility. Should New Mexico offer incentives to lure big companies that could jumpstart our economy? Email letstalk@kunm.org, use the hashtag #letstalk
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Griego Testifies In His Corruption Trial, Experts Say Photo Of Billy The Kid Is Real | KUNM Griego Testifies In His Corruption Trial, Experts Say Photo Of Billy The Kid Is Real
New Mexico State Senator Testifies In Own Defense – The Associated Press An attorney says former New Mexico state Sen. Phil Griego plans to testify at his own trial, as a jury considers corruption charges including fraud and bribery.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Board Says ABQ Mayoral Candidate Broke Rules, Land Commissioner May Run For Gov As Libertarian | KUNM Board Says ABQ Mayoral Candidate Broke Rules, Land Commissioner May Run For Gov As Libertarian
Board: Dem Broke Campaign Rules In Albuquerque Mayor's Race – The Associated Press An ethics board says Democratic Albuquerque mayoral candidate Tim Keller broke campaign finance rules when his publicly financed campaign accepted "in-kind" cash donations. The Albuquerque Journal reports the city's Board of Ethics and Campaign Practices issued its ruling Monday — a day before the city's runoff
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Most NM Parents Don't Get Literacy Notices, Curry County Jail Earns 3-year Accreditation | KUNM Most NM Parents Don't Get Literacy Notices, Curry County Jail Earns 3-year Accreditation
State: Most New Mexico Parents Don't Get Literacy Notices — The Associated Press Most New Mexico parents of students in first to third grade aren't getting required letters notifying them of students' lack of reading skills, according to numbers released Friday by the New Mexico Public Education Department.
KUNM | November 23, 2017
Driver crashes into couple on their way to serve the community | KRQE Driver crashes into couple on their way to serve the community
On Saturday, Nov. 18, Stan Cordova and Veronica Tovar were on their way to the Duke City Toy Run when a driver ran a red light and crashed i…
KRQE | November 23, 2017
Albuquerque to fix short left turn signal timing along Central Avenue, ART bus route | KRQE Albuquerque to fix short left turn signal timing along Central Avenue, ART bus route
Alongside the new bus-only lanes, drivers are starting to notice the new traffic signals at intersections all along Central Avenue.
KRQE | November 23, 2017
Rio Rancho woman seeks to start state’s only young horse rescue | KRQE Rio Rancho woman seeks to start state’s only young horse rescue
Shani Silver wants to start the Penny Lane Foal Rescue and Training facility, named for one of the horses she rescued.
KRQE | November 23, 2017
Phone alert leads to barricaded burglary suspect, SWAT arrest | KRQE Phone alert leads to barricaded burglary suspect, SWAT arrest
It all started with a phone alert when a homeowner spotted a man on a surveillance camera, breaking into his home Tuesday night. It would ta…
KRQE | November 23, 2017
Judge Dismisses Charges Against 3 Entrada Protestors, Ski Areas Delay Openings | KUNM Judge Dismisses Charges Against 3 Entrada Protestors, Ski Areas Delay Openings
Judge Dismisses Charges Against Entrada Protestors – Santa Fe Ne Mexican A judge dismissed charges against three men who took part in protests against the annual Santa Fe event celebrating the reconquest of the city by the Spanish after a 17 th century Indian revolt.
KUNM | November 22, 2017
ART construction cones to come down permanently in two areas | KRQE ART construction cones to come down permanently in two areas
Just in time for Thanksgiving travel and Black Friday shopping, those all too familiar Albuquerque Rapid Transit construction cones are comi…
KRQE | November 22, 2017
Nonprofit education organization partnering older adults with young students looking for volunteers | KRQE Nonprofit education organization partnering older adults with young students looking for volunteers
A non-profit organization, linking generations and changing young lives throughout the metro is searching for more volunteers.
KRQE | November 22, 2017
To catch a killer: A real look inside a murder investigation | KRQE To catch a killer: A real look inside a murder investigation
It never happens that way in the real world: go behind the scenes of a real police investigation and you get a first-hand look at what homic…
KRQE | November 22, 2017
Man tries to talk himself out of felony charges with officers | KRQE Man tries to talk himself out of felony charges with officers
Albuquerque police said an accused criminal tried to play lawyer with an officer in order to get a lesser charge, but it didn’t work because…
KRQE | November 22, 2017
Family sends message about importance of smoke alarms after devastating fire | KRQE Family sends message about importance of smoke alarms after devastating fire
An Albuquerque family is sending out a strong message about the importance of smoke alarms after a fire in the middle of the night left them…
KRQE | November 22, 2017
Former PE coach arrested for second DWI in two months | KRQE Former PE coach arrested for second DWI in two months
A New Mexico school teacher who quit after a recent DWI was arrested again for driving drunk.
KRQE | November 22, 2017
New Mexico Legislature And Lobbyists Urged To Seek Anti-Harassment Training | KUNM New Mexico Legislature And Lobbyists Urged To Seek Anti-Harassment Training
Lobbyists Urged To Seek Anti-Harassment Training – Associated Press The New Mexico Secretary of State's Office is encouraging political lobbyists to undergo voluntary training to prevent sexual harassment or misconduct in the Legislature.
KUNM | November 22, 2017
Veterans create American flag display to counteract National Anthem protests | KRQE Veterans create American flag display to counteract National Anthem protests
It's no secret, Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days for watching football. This year though, the focus may not only be on the game. Some…
KRQE | November 22, 2017
Albuquerque’s own World Series champ throws first pitch at new baseball complex | KRQE Albuquerque’s own World Series champ throws first pitch at new baseball complex
City leaders cut the ribbon on the almost-finished baseball complex Wednesday afternoon, and had a special guest throw the first pitch -- Al…
KRQE | November 22, 2017