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Authorities searching for I-40 shooting suspect

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police are looking for information regarding a shooting on June 9. Officials say the shooting took place eastbound I-40 near the Rio Grande exit. According to police, the victim say they were traveling eastbound on I-40 approaching the Rio Grande exit. The victim tried to merge lanes and when doing so, someone […]

KRQE Newsfeed: Roswell flooding, More rain, Weekend homicides, Helping fire victims, Mountain lion in woman’s yard

Monday’s Top Stories Mayor talks crime issues in State of the City address APD investigating after man found dead in southeast Albuquerque 3-on-3 basketball returns to BernCo community center The stars show up for Duke City Comic Con Pizza and puppies unite for a good cause Avalanche dents Stanley Cup minutes after winning Alligator dragged […]
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Cool temps as showers continue this evening

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Well, it was a Sunday to remember as many cities broke records for the coolest June 26th in recorded history. Matter of fact, several cities shattered their old records by more than 5-10° from their previous records. It sure felt more like fall out there with all the clouds and rain, courtesy of a backdoor cold front Saturday. Temperatures were 15-25° below average for the northern half of the state with Albuquerque only reaching into the lower 70s. Las Vegas only topped out in the upper 50s! We’ll see more clouds and showers through overnight with a steadier rain developing after midnight all across central NM. So get ready for one more soaker Monday with well below average temps. Highs will be very similar to Sunday as highs will remain in the lower 70s for the metro and upper 60s for Santa Fe.

Albuquerque welcomes Shenandoah for 4th of July bash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – After two years of disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, Albuquerque is ushering in a full slate of entertainment next Monday for its annual Fourth of July Independence Day event. Headlined by Grammy-winning country music act Shenandoh, the annual Freedom 4th event is expected to host thousands of people at Balloon Fiesta Park […]

FBI offers reward for info on 2021 attempted carjacking

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The FBI and Albuquerque Police Department are asking for help in identifying a man accused of a 2021 attempted carjacking on Albuquerque’s westside. They say around 9 p.m. June 26, 2021, two women were walking to their car at the Ventana Ranch Community Park when a man allegedly approached them, pointed a […]

Albuquerque mayor: Pandemic erased much of progress vs crime

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller says much of the progress made against crime was erased by the COVID-19 pandemic, but believes the city’s police department has made improvements. In his first State of the City address of his second term, Keller also announced Saturday that the Albuquerque Police Department is seeking release from at least some of the federal oversight it has been under since 2015. He says police are aiming to show compliance with about a quarter of the terms inside its U.S. Department of Justice settlement agreement. Keller didn’t announce any new solutions for homelessness, but says the city is revisiting its approach to encampments.

Pizza and puppies unite for a good cause

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Puppies, pizza, and pints. A recipe for the perfect afternoon and Sunday, Voodoo Girl Pizza and Pints, on Second Street near Summer, offered all three. They teamed up with the East Mountain Companion Animal Project for “Puppies, Pizza, and Pints.” People going in to grab a bite and a beer were also […]

Eric Björklund To Talk About Lesser Known Hikes In Northern New Mexico At Tuesday’s Mountaineers Meeting

The Medanales Arroyo with threatening storm clouds. Photo by Eric Björklund. The Mountaineers are back in person! The Tuesday, June 28 Mountaineers meeting will take place at the Nature Center, held in collaboration with PEEC. There will also be a virtual adjunct. The meeting starts at 7:00 PM, and features a presentation on “Lesser Known Hikes in Northern New Mexico” by Eric Björklund. There are many well-known, and well-visited, outings in our neighborhood. However, there is also a lot that lies off the beaten path, in places where solitude is the rule. Björklund’s talk will feature less known hiking areas such as Vista Verde, the ruins of the John Dunn hotel along the Rio Grande, eagle traps on Burnt Mesa, the Lower Paliza Goblin Colony, and explorations southeast of Ghost Ranch with remarkable rock formations.
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Bernalillo County Animal and Resources Center offers tips to prepare pets for the 4th of July

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Bernalillo County Animal Care and Resource Center can help get your pet microchipped before the upcoming 4th of July holiday. The upcoming holiday is a common day when many pets go missing due to the loud noise of fireworks. The huge booms are scary for dogs and cats, they often run away from the noise even if it means escaping the safety of their own homes. If your pet escapes and it’s not microchipped it can be very difficult for any shelter to help you.

Da’Mon Blackshear is thriving at Jackson Wink MMA Academy

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Da’Mon Blackshear is the current Cage Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC) Bantamweight Champion, and defended his title for the first time back in May. Blackshear is currently 12-4 as a professional and has 8 wins by submission in his career. A native of North Carolina, Blackshear says that making the trip to Albuquerque […]

Community rallies for family hit hard by Sixty-Six Fire

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The Canyon de Carnuel Land Grant Hall in Tijeras hosted a fundraiser Sunday for families affected by the Carnuel Sixty-Six Fire. The fire burned roughly 30 acres off of I-40 but destroyed two homes along with decades of family history attached to them. Sunday, the community came together to help out the […]
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Community Expo takes doggy detour

On Saturday, June 25, dozens of community members, politicians and local organizations gathered for the Community Expo and Celebration at the Albuquerque Rail Yards in conjunction with the State of the City address. While their owners were listening to Mayor Tim Keller detail his plans for the city, a select group of canine companions took time to enjoy the newly renovated Rail Yards and the slightly overcast weather.
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Keller looks toward Albuquerque’s horizon in State of the City address

On Saturday, June 25, Albuquerque residents gathered at the newly refurbished Rail Yards to listen to the annual remarks on the state of the city by Mayor Tim Keller. His remarks focused on the city’s recent efforts toward combating crime, homelessness and climate change in response to the last few years of national and local instability.