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Sunday Top Morning Headlines

Sunday Top Morning Headlines Albuquerque police said a veteran police officer shot early Saturday morning was pulling over a drunk driver wh

Chris Sunday morning forecast

Outside of a weak cold front that grazed Northeast New Mexico Saturday night, it was a quiet and cold night for New Mexico. Some areas are w

Hotel hopes guests head home with a rescue dog

LOS ANGELES AP At this hotel, guests get welcomed with a wagging tail or a warm lick to the face. A dog will bound out from behind the r

News Briefs: Torrance County fire still under investigation

TORRANCE COUNTY, N.M. KRQE – The Torrance County Fire Department is still investigating a deadly house fire but say it was an accident.

Broken pipe closes Carlsbad Caverns National Park

CARLSBAD, N.M. AP – Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southeastern New Mexico near the Texas line will reopen after temporarily closing be

Obama looks past GOP in promoting his 2015 agenda

HONOLULU AP President Barack Obama plans new steps to help more Americans buy a home and attend college, part of a 2015 agenda he hopes

Dozens of coyote carcasses dumped in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES KRQE – Coyote hunting contests are striking up controversy again, this time after dozens of coyote carcasses were found dumped

DWI suspect who ran from police faces judge

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A man police say fled from a DWI checkpoint and rolled his truck was in court Saturday. Last weekend the Albuquerque Po

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Shot fired at off-duty Roswell officer s house

ROSWELL, N.M. AP – Roswell police are searching for a suspect who they say shot at an off-duty officer outside his home on New Year s Eve.

Officers salute police boss, mayor at cop s wake

NEW YORK AP Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton drew salutes from some officers Saturday as they were arrived a

Appeals court won t delay or move Tsarnaev trial

BOSTON AP The trial of marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can begin as scheduled Monday in Boston after a federal appeals court

Attorney General Balderas, 2 other Democrats inaugurated

SANTA FE AP – Incoming New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas took the oath of office Saturday at a public ceremony in Santa Fe. Bald

Saturday s Top Morning Headlines

Top Morning Headlines Albuquerque Police are searching for a person who shot a veteran DWI officer early this morning. Police say the office

Chris Saturday Evening Forecast

The storm has moved out and behind it skies have cleared out, but the cold temperatures are still in place.   A weak cold front will graze n

Shelters urge homeless to warm up, use services

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – For a lot of people, Friday s winter storm means turning up our heaters, grabbing some last minute groceries and stayin

City seeks volunteers to help high schoolers

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – High school can be tough. As failing grades pile up some kids lose motivation, and too often, they drop out. But the Ci

Immigrants seek California driver licenses

STANTON, Calif. AP Mexican immigrant Jesus Moreno emerged smiling from a California Department of Motor Vehicles office on Friday with o

Police: Girl, 7, says she survived Ky. plane crash

EDDYVILLE, Ky. AP A 7-year-old girl survived a plane crash that killed four people Friday night, and the disoriented little girl walked

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Mark s Friday Evening Weather Report

The Winter Storm continues to move across New Mexico and it s dumping snow for a good part of southern and eastern New Mexico right now.   T

Shelter saves kittens eyesight

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Animal Humane New Mexico is using science to help save more animals, and two kittens in danger of going blind have bene

Pit bull s donated blood helps save puppies

Chris Friday Evening Forecast

Winter Storm Warnings continue for Albuquerque along with much of central and eastern New Mexico.   Albuquerque could see as much as 1-4 of

Woman charged for dumping gun at MDC

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – An Albuquerque woman is going to spend even more time behind bars for dumping a gun into the trash right before she was

Police: Woman used brass knuckles in attack on ex-boyfriend

LAS CRUCES AP – Authorities say a woman wearing brass knuckles with a knife attached to them attacked her ex-boyfriend while he ate breakf

City bus crashes, driver injured

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque police are investigating a crash involving a city bus. it happened at Central and Unser Friday afternoon. W

Farmington welcomes the first baby born in 2015 in NM

FARMINGTON, N.M. KRQE – A lot of towns claim they had the first baby of the New Year, but who really did. It looks like Farmington welcome

51 years after wreck, 7-inch car part found in arm

CREVE COEUR, Mo. AP Fifty-one years ago, Arthur Lampitt of Granite City, Illinois, smashed his 1963 Thunderbird into a truck. This week

Police seek help finding missing woman

TORRANCE COUNTY, N.M. KRQE – The Torrance County Sheriff s Department is asking for help finding a woman who they fear may have been targe

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Crash traps woman in car overnight

SILVER CITY, N.M. KRQE – A woman visiting her friend for New Year s Eve spent the night alone trapped inside her car after she fell off a

Winter storm brings snow to parts of NM

SOCORRO, N.M. KRQE – The New Year s storm is bringing another round of wintry weather south of I-40. The snow started coming down early Fr

McKinley County has 8th suspected exposure death

GALLUP, N.M. AP – A woman has been found dead in a McKinley County field – the eighth suspected exposure death in in the county this winte

College, district eye building for charter schools

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – Albuquerque s public school district and Central New Mexico Community College are teaming up on construction of a b

Property crimes down in Santa Fe in 2014

SANTA FE, N.M. AP – Santa Fe police say policy and staffing changes likely are factors in an apparent drop in property crimes in the north

Broken pipe closes Carlsbad Caverns

CARLSBAD, N.M. AP – Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southeastern New Mexico near the Texas line is temporarily closed due to freezing an

News Briefs: Crashed plane found near Vaughn

VAUGHN, N.M. KRQE – The National Transportation Safety Board has confirmed that a plane crashed killing two people near Vaughn, New Mexico

Bono: I may never play guitar again after crash

LONDON AP Bono says he now has a titanium elbow and may never play guitar again due to injuries suffered in a New York City cycling acci

Mario Cuomo, a giant in NY, liberal politics, dies

ALBANY, N.Y. AP Mario Cuomo had a loud and liberal voice that inspired a generation of politicians to turn to public service, and a stor

Third man sought in Christmas Eve murder

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Deputies are now looking for a third man who police are calling a person of interest in the brutal death of an Albuquer

Some AirAsia victims found belted in seats

PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia AP After nearly a week of searching for the victims of AirAsia Flight 8501, rescue teams battling monsoon rains

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5th Annual Albuquerque Comic Con

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Have you always wanted to meet good ol Captain Kirk. Here s your chance. William Shatner is headlining the Albuquerque

Razzle Dazzle 5K Run, Walk

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Looking for a way to exercise and give back to the community. Razzle Dazzle Superstars is the only non-profit all-star

Friday s 5 Facts, Top Morning Headlines

5 Facts You Need to Know 1 Today will be mostly cloudy in the morning then is expected to be partly cloudy, later on. There s a chance of1

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – If getting healthier is on your list of resolutions for 2015 there s a great way of achieving that goal by kicking the

Kristen s Friday Afternoon Forecast

A Winter Storm Warning has been posted for Albuquerque-metro, East Mountains, Sacramento Mountains, Gila Mountains and Eastern Plains until

Kirtland airmen use virtual reality to train for Special Ops

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE  In military Special Operations, the CV-22 is used in everything from search and rescue to evacuations. They re used in

Terminally ill man postpones wedding, woman steps in to help

ROSWELL, N.M. KRQE – A terminally ill New Mexico man and his fiance have been dreaming of their wedding day for years, but medical bills k

Protesters greet Governor Martinez at inaugural ball

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – It was a busy Thursday night in downtown Albuquerque as the Governor s inaugural ball kicked off, but some unexpected v

Martinez starts 2nd term as New Mexico governor

Mark s Thursday Evening Forecast

Our so far disappointing winter storm will have another chance to make good on Friday.  The storm will re-strengthen over Arizona and move t

APD to use YouTube videos to connect with public

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The feds told the Albuquerque Police Department it needs to connect more with the community and now the department is u

Dozens brave cold water to support ABQ BioPark

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Thursday morning, dozens of people showed up at the Jewish Community Center in the Northeast Heights to take part in th

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Green beats red in New Year s Eve chile drop

LAS CRUCES, N.M. KRQE – We all know the state question is red or green. It was also the big question for the big chile drop in Las Cruces

Snow provides family fun, dangerous driving conditions

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A blustery new year s storm that was expected to dump snow across New Mexico left just a dusting of white in the metro

Sentence for McCluskey accomplice to be finalized soon

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A woman who helped two inmates escape an Arizona prison which led to the deaths of a tourist couple in New Mexico could

Welch contests sentence in McCluskey murder case

Trial set for man accused of killing homeless men

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – An 18-year-old will soon go on trial for the murders of two homeless men in Albuquerque. Alex Rios is set to go on tria

Kristen s New Year s Day Forecast

Many of us here in New Mexico woke up to light to moderate snow this New Year s, with accumulations varying from trace amounts to a couple o

2015 Rose Bowl: Oregon vs Florida State

The first-ever college football semifinal took place Jan. 1, 2015 between Oregon and Florida State

3 cats, 1 dog killed in house fire

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Although firefighters were able to rescue two dogs from a house fire at 8404 Vista Serena Southwest overnight, three ca

Storm brings snow, cold to western U.S.

Bundled-up revelers planning to usher in 2015 along the Las Vegas Strip or watch flower-decorated floats in the Rose Parade in Southern Cali

MH370 relatives view Indonesia crash with empathy, and envy

BEIJING AP Images of bodies and wreckage floating in Indonesian waters gave relatives of those lost aboard AirAsia Flight 8501 anguish a

36 killed, 47 injured in Shanghai stampede

SHANGHAI AP People unable to contact friends and relatives streamed into hospitals Thursday, anxious for information after a stampede du

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SANTA FE KRQE – Gov. Susana Martinez is starting her second term in office. She was sworn in at midnight during a ceremony held at the gov

New Mexicans wake up to New Year s Day snow

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Waking up to winter weather comes with the potential for a slippery morning drive. Road crews spent all day Wednesday b

Three-wheeled car ties NM law in knots

December 31, 2014

SANTA FE KRQE – When visitors got their first look at the Elio at Balloon Fiesta this year, few probably realized the strange conundrum th

City councilor, mayor pay under review

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque City Councilors serve a city with a half-million people and a budget of a half-billion dollars, but what Co

Group to evaluate mayor s, city councilor s salary

Inmates attack guards at northern New Mexico jail

FARMINGTON, N.M. AP – A San Juan County spokesman says four inmates at the county detention center attacked guards who were trying to brea

City preps for winter storm New Year s Eve

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Road crews are prepping the metro and all around the state for the winter storm. We make sure all of our hydraulic lig

Left out in the cold: Animal Welfare investigating tips

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – City Animal Welfare officers have been busy the past few days checking out calls about pets left in the bitter cold. An

Police conduct New Year s DWI checkpoints across the state

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A lot of people will be out celebrating the New Year Wednesday and local law enforcement is reminding you to drink resp

Woman asks court to stop city from spaying, neutering feral cats

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A local animal rights activist is once again taking legal action to try to stop the City of Albuquerque from spaying or

CDC: Flu epidemic now in 36 states

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Winter has only just started, but there s already a flu epidemic in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control says the f

John s Wednesday Evening Forecast

The next winter storm is on our doorstep and will be moving in tonight. Far western edges of the state will see snow develop late this eveni

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Arctic blast brings freezing winds, snow

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New York ready for freezing, glitzy New Year s Eve

NYC Live Stream

NEW YORK AP Revelers eager to claim spots to ring in 2015 in Times Square arrived hours early on Wednesday, enduring freezing temperatur

Drivers struggle with slick roads, crashes in SE NM

ROSWELL, N.M. KRQE – It s been a treacherous past few days for drivers in southeast New Mexico who ve either dodged, driven past or gotten

NMDOT preparing for New Year s storm

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The metro is getting colder and some roads in New Mexico are already frozen but the New Mexico Department of Transporta

News Briefs: SFPD officers to attend funeral of murdered NYC officer

SANTA FE KRQE – The Santa Fe Police Department is sending two honor guard officers to New York City for the funeral of one of the detectiv

Hasbro to replace penis-shaped Play-Doh toy

PROVIDENCE, R.I. AP It was an embarrassing Christmas for Nivea Cabrera after she was accused by her fiance s mother of letting her 5-yea

Truck with booze crashes, cancels New Year s party

CARLSBAD, N.M. AP – A New Year s Eve dance in southeastern New Mexico has been postponed after a supply truck carrying the party s alcohol

Feds deny performance pay to nuke dump operator

ALBUQUERQUE AP – The contractor that runs the federal government s underground nuclear waste repository is being denied millions of dollar

APD: Driver on RX meds hits, kills teenage boy

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Police say a driver on heavy medication hit and killed a teenager Tuesday night. Now they re working to figure out who

Photos: New Year s Wintry Weather

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The new year is ringing in with a wintry roar in New Mexico. View amazing viewer submitted photos from around the state

Photos: New Year s Around the World

People all over the globe are celebrating the end of the year and beginning of 2015.

Crews extinguish ABQ house fire

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Firefighters extinguished flames at a one-story home located at 1109 Jenaro Southwest on Wednesday. Crews said upon arr

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Suspects in Christmas Eve murder arrested

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Two men suspected of killing a woman on Harzman Road and Goff Boulevard on Christmas Eve have been arrested. Jose Lopez

Victim identified in Christmas Eve murder

Forecast: Bernalillo County could face shortfall

ALBUQUERQUE AP – A budget forecast for Bernalillo County signals there could be trouble ahead. The forecast says New Mexico s most populou

Vegas snow on New Year s Eve is a roll of the dice

LAS VEGAS AP – One fireworks coordinator has a request of Mother Nature in this city of glitzy shows: If you re going to let it snow on Ne

More New Mexico agencies getting lapel cameras

HOBBS, N.M. AP – Law enforcement agencies in southeastern New Mexico are joining the movement to require body cameras for officers. The Ho

Martinez prepares for 2nd term with new GOP House

ALBUQUERQUE AP – When the clock strikes midnight Thursday, Susana Martinez will be sworn in for her second term as the governor of New Mex

BLM extends comment period for proposed pipeline

ALBUQUERQUE AP – The Bureau of Land Management is giving the public more time to comment on a proposed pipeline that would be capable of m

Winter weather a problem for driving in NM

ALBUQUERQUE AP – Snow, sleet and freezing fog have combined to make for difficult driving conditions on numerous New Mexico highways, part

Italy saves 970 migrants abandoned by smugglers

ROME AP The Italian Coast Guard rescued 970 migrants Wednesday after smugglers put their cargo ship on automatic pilot heading straight

Beach parties, fireworks: World rings in new year

After a turbulent year marred by terror woes, Ebola outbreaks and a horrific series of airline disasters, many could be forgiven for saying

Bad weather hobbles Indonesia jet recovery

PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia AP Bad weather hindered efforts to recover victims of AirAsia Flight 8501 on Wednesday and sent wreckage drifti

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Wednesday s 5 Facts, Top Morning Headlines

5 Facts You Need to Know Today will be partly cloudy in the morning, then will be mostly cloudy later on. Isolated snow showers are expected

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – An arctic blast is slamming the state with gusting winds which is bringing below-freezing temperatures to much of our a

Holiday kids party planned at libraries

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The library might be an unlikely place for a New Year s Eve party, but shout the countdown to 2015 and break the rules

Family seeks help for child s kidney transplant

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Just looking at his sweet little smile, you would never be able to tell this 5-year-old was dealing with heartbreaking

Swim into 2015 at Hotel Cascada

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – For those looking to spend time with the whole family while ringing in the new year, a splash party has been planned at

Last-minute DIY tips for New Year s Eve decor

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Those who are hosting New Year s Eve parties may want to check out these do-it-yourself decoration ideas by Albert Torr

Actors showcase planned for the spring

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – On Saturday, March 14, the New Mexico Film Foundation and the Southwest Arts Group SWAG are merging to present an act

Police arrest second suspect in South Valley shooting

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Deputies say they ve arrested the second suspect in a shooting that took place Tuesday afternoon on West Glen Southwest

BCSO: Homeowner shot by intruder

Kristen s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Slick, icy roads can be found up and down the eastern plains Wednesday afternoon. Lunchtime temperatures are not helping the melting process

NM winery busy with bubbly business

December 30, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A New Mexico winery received national recognition for the quality and value of its sparkling wines, just as its orders

City eyeing pothole-sensing app

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – It s a never-ending battle, almost a game of whack-a-mole. The city gets a call that there s a pothole, work crews fill

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New Mexico health insurance enrollment released

ALBUQUERQUE AP – More than 17,000 New Mexico residents chose new health insurance plans in the first month of open enrollment in the state

New York gets ready for New Year s Eve celebration

NEW YORK AP The Waterford crystal ball is ready for its New Year s close-up. The glittering 11,875-pound ball was tested Tuesday ahead o

Developers bid to build restaurant in University Stadium lot

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The University of New Mexico s long delayed plan to put in new stores and eateries near its sports stadiums has new tra

NYE to bring more snow for NM ski resorts

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Parts of the state are expecting more snow for the new year, and that is good news for the busiest week of ski season.

John s Tuesday Evening Forecast

Colder air has arrived to New Mexico. Combine the cold temperatures with the gusty winds, and it felt like it was below 0 across the northe

APS moves forward with academic overhaul

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque Public Schools is moving forward with overhauling the academic achievement goals its set for their schools.

Former city worker arraigned on murder charges

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A man accused in a fatal shooting has been arraigned on first-degree murder charges. Byron Hayes, who worked for the ci

Police: Man left body in car for hours

2-year-old accidentally kills his mom in Wal-Mart

HAYDEN, Idaho AP A 2-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his mother after he reached into her purse at a northern Idaho Wal-Mart a

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Deputies say a homeowner was shot after finding two men breaking into his place Tuesday afternoon in the South Valley.

Ex-top female boxer Holm reschedules UFC debut

ALBUQUERQUE AP – The world s former No. 1-rated female boxer has rescheduled her much-anticipated Ultimate Fighting Championship debut. Th

Police seek suspects in violent home invasion

CLOVIS, N.M. KRQE – A 76-year-old Clovis man was the victim of a violent home invasion, now police are looking for the suspects. According

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News Briefs: New brewery in the works for downtown

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The Duke City is becoming a booming brew city with another brewery is in the works this time for downtown.

Man in ABQ scare indicted in similar case

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The man accused of carrying around an air soft pistol and rifle which caused quite a scare around Albuquerque earlier t

Navajo panel moves forward with gaming compact

ALBUQUERQUE AP – A panel of Navajo Nation lawmakers has settled on terms that the American Indian tribe would like to see adopted as part

State parks to offer free New Year s hikes

CARLSBAD, N.M. KRQE – If one of your new year s resolutions is to get outside and get active, then you re in luck because state parks can

Jicarilla Apache Nation casinos to continue operation

CUBA, N.M. KRQE – The Jicarilla Apache Nation and Gov. Susana Martinez have come to agreement that will allow the operation of two casinos

Manhunt ends for suspect in brutal kidnapping

FARMINGTON, N.M. KRQE – After a week-long manhunt, deputies have arrested a man who they say kidnapped and beat a woman before Christmas.

Radiation leak costs LANL contractor millions

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. KRQE – The contractor that runs Los Alamos National Laboratory is going to miss out on tens of millions of dollars from t

NM hunting rules available online

SANTA FE AP – The New Mexico Game and Fish Department has posted rules and information about applying for hunting licenses on the agency s

NM lakes ramp up for annual polar plunges

LAS VEGAS, N.M. AP – Storrie Lake in northern New Mexico is getting ready for its annual polar bear plunge at noon on New Year s Day. So i

Nuke repository gets visit from Carlsbad mayor

CARLSBAD, N.M. AP – Carlsbad Mayor Dale Janway and state Rep. David Gallegos are the first officials to visit the underground area of the

High winds, snow, ice hammer New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE –  Extreme cold, snow and whipping winds are pounding parts of the state Tuesday night and that s especially true in east

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Proposed fees cause concern among solar industry

ALBUQUERQUE AP – New Mexico s solar industry is worried about fees the state s largest electric provider has proposed for its customers wi

New Year s Eve party tips

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Here are some quick tips on must-haves for New Year s Eve parties. Jorge Melendez, with Classic Party Rentals, suggests

Several events planned at Dave and Buster s

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Is there a better way to ring in New Year s Eve than a party in a gaming arcade. Dave and Buster s has special New Year

Report: Gun deaths of officers jump 56 percent

WASHINGTON AP The number of law enforcement officers killed by firearms in the U.S. jumped by 56 percent this year and included 15 ambus

Tuesday s 5 Facts, Top Morning Headlines

5 Fact s You Need To Know It s not the news anyone wanted to hear, but officials in Indonesia have confirmed that the debris found in the Ja

No health insurance. Penalties to rise in 2015

WASHINGTON AP The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people. It s the first year all

Wreckage, bodies reveal jet s fate days after it disappeared

PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia AP Bloated bodies and debris seen floating in Indonesian waters Tuesday painfully ended the mystery of AirAsia

AirAsia plane with 162 aboard missing in Indonesia

Kristen s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

Travel conditions will continue to deteriorate across the Eastern Plains as strong winds, snow showers, frigid temps and freezing fog combin

Lobos head to MW play with identity question

December 29, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Their last outing didn t go according to plan. Craig Neal and his Lobos basketball team have moved on from a setback at

Hackers post messages to man s Facebook page

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – An Albuquerque man who talked on camera to KRQE News 13 about the Albuquerque Journal hack attack said they are now t

Hackers target Albuquerque Journal website

Vandal hits beauty supply store twice

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A local business has been hit twice by the same skateboarding vandal who has been smashing in their windows with his bo

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Thieves drive off with UFC star s cars

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Diego Sanchez is not a man you want to tangle with inside the octagon. The UFC fighter carries a hard-earned 25-7 recor

Dashcam shows dramatic drunk driving arrest

TAOS, N.M. KRQE – A driver s sixth DWI arrest ended dramatically with guns drawn in a front yard after a car chase for miles, and State Po

Fight caught on camera at San Juan County Jail

SAN JUAN CO, N.M. KRQE – Surveillance cameras catch a huge fight between inmates and guards at the San Juan County Detention Center. It ha

Guards, inmates fight in San Juan County jail

Army couple relocates wedding for Obama golf game

HONOLULU AP – A couple getting married near President Barack Obama s vacation spot in Hawaii learned the hard way that the big day rarely

Christmas Tree Recycling

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – PNM is teaming up with the City of Albuquerque and the City of Rio Rancho for its annual tree recycling event. The tree

Special Balloon Fiesta coin collection up for sale

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – They are keepsakes from New Mexico s most popular event. They are made of silver and gold and some are more than a quar

Man arrested for extreme cruelty to animals

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque Police arrested Dokquwon Biggers Sunday on a charge of extreme cruelty to animals. Biggers had been on the

Mayor proposes 115M bond package

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque Mayor RJ Berry is proposing a 115 million dollar bond package that includes road work, zoo renovations and

Senator threatened for supporting new CYFD exec

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Someone didn t like what state Senator Jacob Candelaria told KRQE News 13 in an interview last week. He said he was thr

John s Monday Evening Forecast

Much colder air is heading straight for New Mexico tonight in the form of a cold front. As the cold front moves into the northeast, snow sho

Busiest intersections could look different next year

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – They are enough to make you dread the evening commute – the busiest intersections in Albuquerque. Monday, a list of the

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Uranium company struggles to find funding

HOBBS, N.M. KRQE – An Idaho based company is struggling to find funding for a 125 million dollar uranium deconversion plant in southeaste

Bear Grylls takes on New Mexico wilderness

GILA NATIONAL FOREST, N.M. KRQE – He s known for his wild adventures all across the world – Bear Grylls has become a household name for hi

Man behind bars for trying to help friend

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A man is behind bars for trying to be a good friend. Albuquerque Police said Fred Gould was so drunk that he fell outsi

Woman found guilty in stabbing death of estranged boyfriend

LOS LUNAS KRQE – A Los Lunas woman has been convicted in the murder of her estranged boyfriend. Tammy Lynn Tafoya was found guilty of seco

UNMH Manhunt suspect faces judge

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A suspected car thief who made it tough for deputies to take down appeared before a judge Monday. Jason Smith was first

NMSU students collect books for homeless children

LAS CRUCES AP – A group of students at New Mexico State University have collected more than 600 books and magazines for a special library

Eagle Rock Lake to remain closed for the winter

TAOS, N.M. AP – Officials with the Carson National Forest say Eagle Rock Lake will be closed through next fall. Officials say the closure

ALBUQUERQUE AP – Inmates and guards at a county jail in northwestern New Mexico were involved in a fight over the weekend. Lt. Cory Tanner

New Mexico water project comes up short

ALBUQUERQUE AP – For the first time in its four-decade history, the San Juan-Chama Project has fallen short on the amount of water it has

Shooter in target practice incident remains at large

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Bernalillo County sheriff s deputies are still looking for anyone who knows who fired the shot that injured a man at a

Man wounded in target shooting incident

Minimum wage to increase nearly 2

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The new year will bring a pay raise for minimum wage workers in the metro, but it s not as high as the last increase. T

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Liam, Mia were most popular names in New Mexico

SANTA FE AP – The most popular names for newborns in New Mexico are Liam for boys and Mia for girls. The state Bureau of Vital Records and

Deputies to conduct DWI checkpoints for New Year s

BERNALILLO COUNTY, N.M. KRQE – It s probably no surprise that Bernalillo County sheriff s deputies will conduct DWI checkpoints on New Yea

New Mexico get its first parquito

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – There s one less parking spot downtown, but what s replaced it is a lot more interesting – the state s first parquito.

News Briefs: Numbers in for Civic Plaza s ice rink

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – As of Monday afternoon, more than 250 people had rented ice skates to try out Civic Plaza s rink since Friday.

County commission denies pay hikes

BERNALILLO COUNTY, N.M. KRQE – Salaries for public officials always are a hot topic, and on Monday, the Bernalillo County Board of Commiss

Obama warns GOP he plans to use veto pen in 2015

HONOLULU AP Warning from President Barack Obama to congressional Republicans: I have a veto pen and, come January, I won t be afraid to

Opera Southwest to sing in the new year

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Opera Southwest is putting on their first New Year s Eve concert. The show will feature a quartet of Opera Southwest st

Last Call eatery serves up late-night dishes

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Late-night munchies in Nob Hill will may lead you to a little place called Last Call. The eatery is geared toward crowd

Roller Skate City to host New Year s party

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Roller Skate City is hosting a late-night New Year s Eve party for the kids. The party begins at 6 p.m. with a balloon

Balloon Museum to host Manhattan on the Mesa

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum wants to bring the east coast New Year s Eve celebration to Albuquerq

Police boss urges more dialogue, less rhetoric

NEW YORK AP New York City s police commissioner called for a lot less rhetoric and a lot more dialogue to defuse the tension between p

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Italian premier: Evacuation of Greek ferry is complete

BARI, Italy AP The evacuation of the Greek ferry that caught fire off Albania has been completed, and only the vessel s captain and four

Carlos Condit is ready for his return to the UFC

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – It s been about nine months since Carlos Condit had knee surgery to repair a torn ACL and partially-torn meniscus. The

NM lawmaker proposes new right-to-work law

SANTA FE KRQE – It could be one of the most explosive issues at the Roundhouse come next year as another New Mexico lawmaker has introduce

Unclear whether objects found in sea linked to lost AirAsia jet

SURABAYA, Indonesia AP An Indonesian helicopter searching for the missing AirAsia jetliner saw two oily spots in the water Monday, and a

Monday s 5 Facts, Top Morning Headlines

5 Facts You Need to Know Officials are still calling it a search and rescue after a flight carrying 162 people to Singapore went down Sunday

Kristen s Monday Afternoon Forecast

UPDATE: A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Northeast Plains including Union, Harding, San Miguel, Guadalupe, Colfax, Mora, Sa

GPS used to track some immigrants caught at border

December 28, 2014

WASHINGTON AP – The Homeland Security Department is experimenting with a new way to track immigrant families caught crossing the border il

Negotiations underway for sale of old city Hall

LAS CRUCES AP – Negotiations are underway between the city of Las Cruces and federal government over the potential sale of the city s old

Obama personal chef to hang up apron after 6 years

WASHINGTON AP Political advisers, chiefs of staff, press secretaries and national security advisers have come and gone in the nearly six

Chris Sunday Night Forecast

An arctic front is going to invade New Mexico this week.  On Tuesday, temperatures will tumble once again well below average for this time o

Country music group to headline governor s ball

ALBUQUERQUE AP – The country music group Lonestar will be headlining Gov. Susana Martinez s inaugural ball on Jan. 1. The governor s inaug

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Ice buckets, breaking the Internet: A year in pop culture

Just for fun, let s try to picture the year in pop culture, all in one image. We might begin with a singer oddly named Adele Dazeem, belting

American Pickers show coming to NM

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Have any things laying around the house you want to get rid of. Don t know the history behind some of the items on your

Neil Patrick Harris among stars to speak at NMSU

LAS CRUCES, N.M. AP – Organizers of a New Mexico State University lecture series named after longtime professor and playwright Mark Medoff

Today in History: December 28, 2014

Today is Sunday, Dec. 28, the 362nd day of 2014. There are three days left in the year. Today s Highlight in History: On Dec. 28, 1944, the

KRQE 2014 Year in Review

Top Stories APD: Officer involved shooting was justified: Critics of the Albuquerque Police Department are raising serious questions about t

Los Lunas Police look to increase highway safety

LOS LUNAS, N.M. KRQE – The New Mexico Department of Transportation, Safer New Mexico Now and the Los Lunas Police Department are working t

Top stories you may have missed in New Mexico this week.

Book details life of forgotten U.S. Latino Scholar

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – George I. Sanchez regularly is left out of books on the civil rights movement. His role is seldom mentioned in stud

Aggies lose by 1 to CSU

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The Aggies took on 24 Colorado State in Las Cruces. The Rams were at 12-0 coming into this tough game down in Las Cruc

Pedestrian hit, killed on Golf Course Road

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A suspected drunk pedestrian was killed late Saturday night near the intersection of Golf Course Road and Irving Boulev

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A DWI checkpoint took a dangerous turn when a man speds through it and later rolled his pickup truck. Four people ended

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Nevada goats help eat, recycle Christmas trees

RENO, Nev. AP Goats are known to eat just about anything, but it didn t dawn on Vince Thomas until recently that the menu might include

Top Morning Headlines Indonesian officials have suspended the search for a missing AirAsia flight due to nightfall. The plane was on its way

Group wants state regulators recused from PNM case

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – State regulators in less than two weeks are to begin deliberating a proposal that calls for shutting down part of a

Upcoming this week: December 29

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Here is a quick look at the week ahead for December 29, 2014 highlighting historical, significant and local news events

Guardians may get paid leave for parent-teacher conferences

December 27, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Soon employers in New Mexico could have to give paid leave for parent-teacher conferences. Employers are already requir

JAKARTA, Indonesia AP An AirAsia plane with 162 people on board lost contact with ground control on Sunday while flying over the Java Se

Victim speaks out following Uptown carjacking

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – An Albuquerque woman carjacked in broad daylight at ABQ Uptown spoke out Saturday. I can t use enough words to describ

One year later: Balloons, music honor Omaree

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – On Saturday one year ago, a 9-year-old boy was killed in a child abuse case that would lead to sweeping changes across

NYC officer mourned at funeral as tensions linger

NEW YORK AP Thousands of police officers from across the nation packed a church and spilled onto streets Saturday to honor Officer Rafae

N. Korea uses racial slur against Obama over hack

SEOUL, South Korea AP North Korea blamed its recent Internet outage on the United States on Saturday and hurled racially charged insults

Man shot, killed in NE ABQ home

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Albuquerque police are looking for someone who may have shot a man in his own home. Neighbors notified police about a s

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News Briefs: Crews extinguish shed, house fire

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The Albuquerque Fire Department responded to a structure fire on the 600 block of Dolores on Saturday night.

Suspect in deputy cruiser crashes in hospital again

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A suspected car thief whose acting helped him escape from a hospital got his court date pushed back Saturday due to ano

1 arrested in deadly ABQ apartment shooting

ALBUQUERQUE AP – Police have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a man at an Albuquerque apartment complex. Albuquerque police spokesm

Deming man finds license plate from 1940

DEMING, N.M. AP – A Deming man doing some digging has found a New Mexico license plate dating back more than 70 years. Alfred Castillo tol

UNM wants to preserve DH Lawrence Ranch

TAOS, N.M. AP – A northern New Mexico ranch where novelist D.H. Lawrence once sought spiritual renewal is in need of its own renewal. The

Jal police force adds dog, body cameras and armor

HOBBS, N.M. AP – New additions brought to the Jal Police Department in the form of a canine officer and body cameras have nothing to do wi

APD to revamp its police camera policy

Archbishop of Santa Fe set to retire

SANTA FE AP – The longtime archbishop of Santa Fe presided over his final Christmas Mass this month. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A 36-year-old man who was with a group target shooting was shot by someone in another target shooting group Saturday af

Top Morning Headlines The FBI is looking for a man they say held up a bank yesterday. Investigators say the man walked into the Western Comm

Snow was still falling in southeast New Mexico this morning while the rest of us felt frigid temperatures. Lea and Eddy county are under win

Downtown s strange skating rink now open

December 26, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – It s 6 p.m. on a Friday night and things are definitely different in Albuquerque s Civic Plaza. Normally, just about al

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Albuquerque Sol FC will hold open tryouts

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE - Albuquerque Sol FC is a USL premier development league, and is the fourth tier of the American Soccer pyramid. Tryouts w

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – The Albuquerque Police Department has one of the largest caches of body cameras for a law enforcement agency of its

Post-Christmas rush means crowded malls

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Have you ever unwrapped your Christmas presents only to find out it s the wrong size or wasn t what you had in mind. Yo

Walmart now buying unwanted gift cards

Police nab wanted suspect in UNMH escape

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A suspect who gave police the slip more than once is back behind bars. Deputies say Jason Smith s acting helped him get

Officers help deliver baby on train on Christmas

PHILADELPHIA AP The transit police officers who helped deliver a Christmas baby on a subway train reunited with the newborn boy and his

Fellow officers salute NY cop s flag-draped casket

NEW YORK AP The wife and two sons of a policeman gunned down along with his partner in a brazen daylight ambush were joined at his wake

1990s TV star Screech charged in bar stabbing

Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show Saved by the Bell, was charged Friday with stabbing a man during a bar fight on Ch

Durango man accused of holding woman hostage

DURANGO, COLORADO KRQE – A Durango man has been arrested accused of holding a woman hostage for days, repeatedly beating her. La Plata Cou

Police officer charged in alleged sexual assault

MILAN, N.M. KRQE – A police officer and another man are behind bars, charged with sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman. Milan Police Of

Unruly passenger forces Delta plane to land at Sunport

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – Authorities say a disruptive passenger forced a Delta Air Lines flight from Atlanta to Los Angeles to land at the A

Chris Friday Night Forecast

Our Christmas storm is moving out of the region and behind it, a ton of cold air.   Temperatures overnight will be dipping into the teens, s

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Sentencing date moved for Tommy Rodella

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The sentencing date for former Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella has been moved. Rodella is facing between seven

NM health supervisor files whistleblower suit

SANTA FE, N.M. AP – A New Mexico Health Department supervisor says she has been targeted by the agency after complaining about understaffi

Jal Police Chief in sex scandal resigns

JAL, N.M. KRQE – The Police chief in Jal who was caught in a sex scandal submitted his resignation. Police Chief Larry Burns resignation

Snowy weather hits NM, dusts ABQ

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A blast of winter weather brought snow and cold temperatures to New Mexico. Some people in Albuquerque woke up Friday t

Man accidentally shot by police has no plans to sue

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – The man accidentally shot by an Albuquerque police officer has said that for now he has no plans to sue the department.

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Don t want that holiday gift card you got this year. Walmart may take it off your hands. As part of a new test program

FAA concerned about drones crowding skies

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – Drones were a hot holiday gift item, but if you received one, the Federal Aviation Administration has a warning for you

Asia marks 10 years since Indian Ocean tsunami

BANDA ACEH, Indonesia AP Crying onlookers took part in beachside memorials and religious services across Asia on Friday to mark the 10th

Photos: NM Holiday Snow

View our viewer submitted holiday winter weather photo gallery.

Top Morning Headlines Happy Apple Brand Caramel Apples are being recalled because there may be a connection between the Listeria Outbreak an

Snow continues to fall across western and northern New Mexico Friday afternoon.  Accumulations have ranged anywhere from trace amounts metr

Live Ski Cams Snow Report

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News Briefs: 2 caught stealing TV on Christmas

SANTA FE KRQE – Two grinches have admitted to robbing a home on Christmas morning.

Weeks of setup go into family s Christmas tradition

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – It s a big chore or project for most of us to take down our Christmas trees, lights and decorations, but imagine taking

Cinema owner sounds off on decision to show The Interview

SANTA FE KRQE – The interview, a Sony Pictures movie, was a huge hit in Santa Fe Thursday night. The Jean Cocteau Cinema in the Railyard

Snow-capped summits give Hawaii a white Christmas

December 25, 2014

HONOLULU AP A rare blizzard that dusted two island mountaintops gave tourists and residents in Hawaii a white Christmas. The blizzard ha

City: Wrapping paper not recyclable

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – If you re cleaning up after your Christmas morning, remember you can t recycle your wrapping paper. The city says do no

Dolly Parton s reading program heads to Santa Fe

SANTA FE, N.M. AP – Santa Fe County and the local United Way chapter have teamed up to bring Dolly Parton s Imagination Library to childre

Water table drops as drought forces more pumping

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M. AP – The Upper Rio Grande Basin has been struggling with drought for most of the past decade, forcing cities a

Pope wishes Christmas hope and peace for Mideast

VATICAN CITY AP A somber Pope Francis steeped his Christmas message to the world Thursday in sadness for those with little cause for joy

More protests sparked after shooting near Ferguson

BERKELEY, Mo. AP Demonstrators took to the streets for a second night after a white police officer in Berkeley, Missouri, killed a black

Officer kills armed 18-year-old near Ferguson

Christmas Eve balloon glow delights viewers

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – New Mexico is known for its hot-air balloons and Wednesday the night sky was lit up for the Balloon Glow at Arroyo Del

Father of pilot captured by IS pleads for release

AMMAN, Jordan AP The father of a Jordanian pilot captured by the Islamic State group in Syria pleaded for his son s release on Thursday,

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Lost New Mexico kitten ends up in Maine

November 21, 2014

WESTBROOK, Maine KRQE – A New Mexico woman s missing kitten has been located in Maine, although exactly how the feline made the 2,300-mile

Martinez highlights new Katie s Law successes

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP – Gov. Susana Martinez is touting the success of an expanded DNA testing law that bears the name of a New Mexico coll

Oriana Farrell indicted in van shooting case, again

TAOS, N.M. KRQE – The mother involved in the infamous mini van shooting near Taos is facing criminal charges once again. A Taos County gra

As snow ends, roof collapses, floods are concerns

BUFFALO, N.Y. AP A snowfall that brought huge drifts and closed roads in the Buffalo area finally ended Friday, yet residents still coul

Photos: Snow slams western NY

Boehner: We will not stand idle on immigration

WASHINGTON AP   House Speaker John Boehner said Friday that President Barack Obama was damaging the presidency with his unilateral action

New state test presents challenges for some students

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE - Students across the state will see big changes when they take the new standardized tests. The test will evaluate kids on

Immigration plan draws cheers, criticism across US

Thousands of immigrant-rights activists, families and elected officials cheered across the country as President Barack Obama announced on te

Obama spurns GOP with expansive immigration orders

Tail Wagger of the Week: Toad

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – As always, we had Animal Humane in this morning with their Tail Wagger of the Week. Along with this, Laura K. with Anim

Joy Junction renovates shelter, seeks help on Thanksgiving

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – When the homeless goes to Joy Junction, they are looking for hope hope that they will find a way out of their trouble

It s all about Tapas at the new NHCC exhibit

ALBUQUERQUE KRQE – A new exhibit at the National Hispanic Cultural Center is opening up Saturday, and it revolves all around food. Well, i

Mild Again Today.

Increasing clouds and mild temperatures can be expected today.  Most of the state will have daytime highs in the 50s and 60s.  Into the week

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