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One dead after SWAT situation in southeast Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department activated a SWAT callout around 10 p.m. Wednesday night near 8100 San Joaquin Ave. APD Police Chief Harold Medina said officers were conducting surveillance on a wanted suspect with a felony warrant who is connected to several high-profile incidents around the city.
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Witness recounts Fourth of July party shooting in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It was a fun night of fireworks and family time until bullets started flying in an Albuquerque neighborhood. People living nearby say the shooting caused chaos as hundreds of young people fled the area. They’re still on edge tonight because police are still searching for the shooter.
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City looking to clear homeless camp at Coronado Park

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The mayor’s office is looking for a new way to tackle this issue here at Coronado Park after it’s been an issue for years and even had a deadly shooting here last month. They say that the answer is not cut and dry. “That is why we are revisiting our approach to homelessness and to encampments. Now when we’re all looking for answers, the only answer in this situation all across the country is an all the above approach,” said Mayor Tim Keller last month at the State of the City address.
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Thieves steal, damage an Albuquerque non-profit

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local non-profit is distraught after thieves took advantage of the holiday weekend to break in and steal anything they could get their hands on. The Grief Center supports people who’ve suffered from the death of a loved one, but after a recent break-in, staff members say they’ve been left with almost nothing. They say almost every room was vandalized and they feel violated.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico, reconsidering homeless encampment policy

The mayor of New Mexico’s largest city says his administration is revisiting how it addresses homeless encampments. Coronado Park, located north of downtown Albuquerque, hosts a large group of regular campers and requires biweekly cleanups. Amid increasing criticism from the public and some city councilors about unsanctioned camp sites,...
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Albuquerque Public Schools parent rights proposal spurs pushback ahead of hearing

An Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education committee will consider a proposed new policy Thursday regarding parental responsibility in children’s education and access to student records, including those related to accessing counseling. But there’s opposition to the proposal from several groups, including the Albuquerque Teachers Federation and GLSEN New Mexico — an LGBTQ student advocacy organization — due to concern that the policy could harm both students and teachers.
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The ‘Noodle Man’ is back for a full weekend in Albuquerque

Foodies we got the traveling Thai food fix for you. Dream Kasestatad is known as the ‘Noodle Man’ and he is a nationwide traveling food pop-up. Pranom is here and will be popping up at local eateries and breweries till July 11. To learn more, visit his social media @Pranompopup.
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Proposed APS policy change sparks concerns for students privacy

N.M. — A new proposed change to theAlbuquerque Public Schools handbook is creating concern for students' rights. The APS rights and responsibilities policy makes sure parents have access to things like grades and parent-teacher conferences. One proposed change that is causing concern is parents having full access to...
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Former St. Pius X star transfers to NMSU

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – The 2019 Gatorade New Mexico Baseball Player of the year is coming home. New Mexico State announced that former St. Pius X pitcher Hayden Walker transferred from Pepperdine and will join the Aggies this coming season. In his junior season with the Spartans, Walker compiled a 9-1 record with a .048 […]
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Rio Rancho cannabis sales among the top in the state

Rio Rancho is in the top five for total sales of cannabis. The city racked up $1.64 million in total sales with medical weighing in at $924,781 and adult use reaching $716,053, according to the Cannabis Control Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department. Recreational cannabis became legal June 29...
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Some Albuquerque pawn shops see boost in business amid inflation

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – With inflation soaring, people are looking for ways to make a few extra bucks wherever they can. That has business booming at some pawn shops and consignment stores. “We hear a lot that gas is killing me, inflation, you know all of that is killing me, so I understand how it goes,” said Chris Reeves, the owner of Uptown Pawn in Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights.
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UNM student has sights set on pro boxing career

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – At only 20 years old, UNM student Alexa Garrobo is on a quest to become a professional boxer. She has beaten multiple high-profile up-and-comers, but none more important than her next one at the Golden Gloves Colorado Regional. “I feel like this is the biggest challenge I’ve had as of right now, […]
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NM State Fair now accepting livestock entries

ALBUQUERQUE – The New Mexico State Fair is now accepting entries for the 2022 Livestock Shows & Sale, which is scheduled to take place during the run of the fair, September 8-18, in the north end of the State Fairgrounds. New Mexico 4-H and FFA members eligible for competition are encouraged to submit their entries before the deadline set for August 1.
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