Two New Mexico cities named among 2023’s most ‘sinful’ places in the US, study saysKRQE News 1316 HOURS AGO
High Times brings the Cannabis Cup to New Mexico this Saturday Dec 9thDamian BarthNewsBreak Contributor
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MrMelty Land an Immersive Experience takes attendees of the Cannabis Cup on a mesmerizing journeyDamian BarthNewsBreak Contributor
A student at the University of New Mexico who wanted to be a teacher disappeared in March 2020Mr BillyNewsBreak Contributor
COLUMN: A creation story for Indigenous and nature-based learningThe Hechinger ReportNewsBreak Contributor
Two friends from Los Lunas claim $141K lottery prize
LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (KRQE) – Two friends from Los Lunas won the $141,000 Roadrunner Cash jackpot, the New Mexico Lottery announced on Monday. Aleta Hanna and Linda Bell purchased their winning Quick Pick ticket at Speedway, located at 3524 Highway 47 in Peralta. The two will split the prize, taking home $70,500 each. “This is a […]
Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Albuquerque Burger Joints That Deliver!
Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Albuquerque Burger Joints Deliver. Are you yearning for a burger that’ll make you exclaim, “Holy Cow!”? Look no further than the popular Albuquerque burger joints that deliver on their promise of mouthwatering delights. In this article, we’ll take you on a journey through three fantastic Albuquerque burger joints – 5 Star Burgers, Caveman Burgers, and Grassburger.
Los Lunas Public Library Temporarily Shut Due to Security Concerns: Local Police Investigating
The Los Lunas Public Library is temporarily closed due to a security concern. The local police department is investigating the matter. The library will stay closed until it's safe to reopen.
Two New Mexico cities named among 2023’s most ‘sinful’ places in the US, study says
NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – From eating fatty foods and drinking alcohol to smoking and gambling – Americans love their vices. Of course, some cities in the U.S. handle their illicit behavior better than others. WalletHub recently released its most recent study on the Most Sinful Cities in America for 2023.
Searching for answers at Missing in New Mexico Day
Darian Nevayaktewa went missing 15 years ago from northeastern Arizona. He was 19 and living in New Mexico with his mother, Lynette Pino. But it was during a summer visit to the Hopi reservation where his father lived that he disappeared after going to a gathering and never coming home. Pino hasn’t stopped looking for […] The post Searching for answers at Missing in New Mexico Day appeared first on Source New Mexico.
Free Bulky Item Disposal at Conejo Collection Center for Los Lunas Residents on December 16th
Are you getting your home ready for the holidays? Let Universal Waste Systems help! Bring large, bulky items to a collection location for no charge on a first-come-first-served basis. Locations, Dates, and Times Conejo Collection Center – 1100 Manzano Expressway, Los Lunas – December 16th from 8am until full Items Accepted furniture, grills, lawn implements, exercise equipment, etc. Items Not Accepted hazardous waste, electronic waste, tires, household trash* *Household trash will be accepted at the regular price.Visit here for more details.
Gallup man arrested for drunk driving with three kids in the car
GALLUP, N.M. (KRQE) – Police arrested a Gallup man for drunk driving for the fourth time last month, and this time, the man’s children were in the car with him. Officer: Oh geeze. We have to baby you, huh?Reuven: Yeah. Haha. That was the officer’s reaction after taking Jim Rueven to jail on suspicion of drunk […]
Off-duty New Mexico State Police officer arrested for DWI in Albuquerque
Full Story: https://www.krqe.com/news/crime/off-duty-new-mexico-state-police-officer-arrested-for-dwi-in-albuquerque.
Albuquerque Dec 05 Weekly Crime Report: 2740 Incidents and 49 Crime Stories
Albuquerque Dec 05 Weekly Crime Report: 2740 Incidents and 49 Crime Stories. In the week ending December 05, Albuquerque recorded a total of 2740 crime cases, a worrying figure for the city's law enforcement and residents. The most reported crime was classified as 'Other', accounting for 1223 cases, followed by 'Disturbance' with 520 incidents. 'Theft' cases were also high, with 358 reported incidents. 'Domestic Related' crimes were not far behind, with 276 cases, reflecting a concerning trend in the city. 'Assault' cases were at 112, while 'Shooting' incidents were at 81. The city also witnessed 61 'Vandalism' cases, 60 'Burglaries', 39 'Arrests', and 10 'Robberies'. These statistics paint a grim picture of Albuquerque's crime situation, indicating an urgent need for stringent law enforcement measures and community awareness programs to curb the rising crime rates.
Teenager Accused of Shooting Outside Coronado Mall Accepts Plea Deal
A 15-year-old accused of firing a gun outside Coronado Mall on a busy Black Friday has accepted a plea deal. The teenager, caught on camera chasing another teen with a loaded gun, will be in custody for a year and must continue schooling.
Albuquerque Apartment Complex Flooded and Vandalized After Break-In
A man breaks into an Albuquerque apartment complex, causing havoc and flooding the building by breaking a pipe. Residents, many of whom are elderly, handicapped, or families with small children, are left living in a crime scene. The suspect is due in court tomorrow.
Teen pleads guilty to opening fire at mall
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A 15-year-old boy will spend a year in state youth custody forfiring a gun at Coronado Center, sending Black Friday shoppers into a panic. If the teen violates his conditions his time can be increased. Police say the boy was in a fight inside the mall,...
Burglary, conspiracy charged filed on Los Lunas woman
EUNICE – A Los Lunas woman is facing multiple felony charges including burglary and conspiracy after allegedly being being caught on video from a doorbell camera in October. Melisa Ann Gordan, 34, was taken into custody Wednesday on warrants charging burglary of a dwelling, accessory and larceny valued at more than $2,500 but less than $20,000, all third degree felonies. She also faces an additional accessory charge along with two counts of conspiracy to commit a third-degree felony, all fourth-degree felonies.
Santa’s coming to town and he’s riding the Rail Runner
Albuquerque, NM (KKOB) — The Village of Los Lunas and Rio Metro Regional Transit District present Santa’s Coming to Town this Saturday, December 9th, at the Los Lunas Transportation Center. In addition to the Los Lunas annual tree lighting, this free, family-friendly event features games, crafts, and, of course, pictures with Santa! There will be extra New Mexico Rail Runner Express trains to accommodate event-goers who want to take the train to the occasion – just visit www.riometro.org/holidayevent.
Cesar’s Mexican & Greek Restaurant Faces Brazen Armed Robbery Attempt
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Cesar’s Mexican & Greek restaurant, a fixture in the local dining scene for decades, recently experienced a shocking armed robbery attempt. Despite its longstanding resilience, the eatery fell victim to a daring thief at its 24-hour drive-thru window, adding another incident to a list of encounters with troublemakers.
Albuquerque Restaurant Owner Fights Back Against Crime
Experience the daily challenges of running a 24-hour drive-thru at Caesar's Mexican and Greek restaurant in Albuquerque. From armed robbers to customers with insufficient funds, the owner uses a big stick and loud alarm to protect his business and employees.
Albuquerque man arrested for shooting a gun off near Central and Juan Tabo
Albuquerque man arrested for shooting a gun off near Central and Juan Tabo.
Surveillance and Privacy: A Local Case Study and the National Debate
In a small town in Eunice, New Mexico, surveillance technology played a pivotal role in a recent burglary. Melisa Ann Gordan, a 34-year-old Los Lunas woman, and Joshua Ihrig were implicated in a case that came to light thanks to a doorbell camera capturing their actions. This event raises significant questions about the balance between the use of surveillance for security and the protection of individual privacy rights.
Food Trucks! – Miracle on Main Street
What could be better than watching a beautiful parade, strolling Becker Ave. popping in and out of shops and galleries, listening to an awesome live band, and being among thousands of sparkling lights? Doing all of that while enjoying a delicious treat from one of our local food trucks!. Saturday,...
Families can still register for Toys for Tots online
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Tuesday was the last day families could register to receive toys from Toys for Tots in person. Volunteers registered families that weren’t able to register online at the John Marshall Health and Social Services. “We see so many families that are in need of just a little bit of extra help during the […]