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Deadly Gunfire Incident Rocks Albuquerque’s Northwest Side
In the quiet hours before dawn, a burst of gunshots shattered the peace on Albuquerque’s northwest side, tragically taking the life of an individual. The incident unfolded around 2 a.m. near the intersection of Coors Blvd. and Dellyne Ave., leaving the community in mourning and highlighting the alarming rise in gun violence within the city. Promptly responding to the distress call, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) arrived at the scene to find a victim who had succumbed to fatal gunshot wounds, adding to the city’s growing list of violent fatalities.
Local Toy Drive Launched by Sandoval County Treasurer’s Office and Sheriff’s Office for Underprivileged Children
The Sandoval County Treasurer’s Office and Sheriff’s Office in Bernalillo, New Mexico, are organizing a toy drive for underprivileged children. The drive, running from November 27 to December 22, 2023, aims to provide holiday gifts for children from economically challenged families. County Treasurer Jennifer Taylor and Sheriff Jesse James Casaus are leading this initiative, which has been successful in the past.
Winter Weather Causes School Closings and Delays in New Mexico
Discover the latest on New Mexico school closings and delays due to winter weather. Learn about the current road conditions in Albuquerque and how schools like East Mountain and Santa Fe Public are adapting with asynchronous learning and two-hour delays.
Man sentenced for decapitating friend with ax and leaving head in wood stove
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (TCD) -- A 30-year-old North Dakota man will spend 35 years behind bars for fatally striking one person with a metal iron and decapitating another within the exterior boundaries of Navajo Nation in 2021. According to a Nov. 28 news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the...
Grant's Wednesday Night Forecast
Snow could cause dangerous travel for some by Thursday morning.
Man sentenced for hitting someone with baseball bat
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Erroll Hernandez, who pleaded guilty to charges from hitting a man in a wheelchair with a baseball bat, was sentenced to one year behind bars Wednesday. Hernandez pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and a possession charge from 2020. According to the criminal complaint, Hernandez struck a man’s wheelchair and […]
Albuquerque Mall Shooting Raises Questions on Bullying and Youth Access to Firearms
The Coronado Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, became the unexpected site of a shooting incident involving 15-year-old Isaiah Montoya. The event, which took place during a busy Black Friday shopping period, prompted a massive police response but resulted in no injuries. The young suspect, facing multiple charges, later surrendered with his parents and attorney, Adam Oakey, by his side. The narrative has since shifted towards the suspect's claims of bullying by a former friend, potentially influencing his desperate actions.
Family of Teen Suspect in Albuquerque Mall Incident Addresses Public
In the aftermath of a shooting incident at Coronado Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the parents of the 15-year-old suspect, Annette Montoya and Benny Chavez, alongside their attorney, addressed the public on November 27. They shared the emotional burden of their son Isaiah's involvement in the altercation that led to the discharge of a firearm. The incident, which took place on a bustling Black Friday, ended without injuries but not without causing alarm and a lockdown at the mall.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.66 and $2.99 in Rio Rancho as of 2023-11-30. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.268 , according to AAA.
UNM’s Hanging of the Greens taking place Friday
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Thousands of farolitos will be spread along the University of New Mexico’s campus on Friday for the annual Hanging of the Greens. Officials said the event is UNM’s oldest campus tradition and is entirely run by the students. People are encouraged to bring a book to place under the tree. Those books will […]
Metropolitan Detention Center Warden on Leave Amidst Internal Investigation
The Metropolitan Detention Center's (MDC) warden, Jason Jones, has been placed on administrative leave, a decision shrouded in mystery and concern. Since October 2022, under Jones's leadership, MDC has faced scrutiny, with the sudden departure raising eyebrows and prompting an internal investigation by Bernalillo County officials. Deputy Warden Rosanne Otero Gonzales has assumed the interim role, ensuring the facility's operations continue uninterrupted. Bernalillo County Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada trusts the process, promising a detailed update upon the investigation's conclusion.
These rio rancho, NM based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near rio rancho.
City and county team up to clean west Albuquerque illegal dumping ground after neighbor complains
City and county team up to clean west Albuquerque illegal dumping ground after neighbor complains.
Journey Through Time: The Turquoise Trail's Legacy of Culture and History
The Turquoise Trail, a scenic byway connecting Albuquerque and Santa Fe, is much more than a simple stretch of highway. It represents a historical voyage, encapsulating the essence of Native American, Spanish, and pioneer times. Spanning 65 miles through central New Mexico, this route boasts ancient mines, revived ghost towns, and charismatic communities like Madrid, Cerrillos, and Golden, each with its own distinctive narrative. The trail owes its name to the turquoise mined by early Puebloans, signifying the route's deep mining heritage.
Video shows incident where teen is accused of firing gun at Coronado Center
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – KRQE News 13 has recently obtained surveillance video of the recent incident at Coronado Center on Black Friday, where 15-year-old Isaiah Montoya is accused of firing a gun toward the mall. The video shows Montoya chasing someone and exiting the building before firing a shot towards the mall. After the shot was […]
Video shows aftermath of Albuquerque apartment fire, suspected arson
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New video shows the moments after a destructive apartment fire on northeast Albuquerque when police say a man broke in a door and lit the place on fire. The video also showed the suspected arsonist wasn’t only trying to get away with that crime. Albuquerque Police Department officers arrived to the aftermath […]
High-Speed Chase Ends in Officer-Involved Shooting in Albuquerque
In the bustling streets of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a high-speed chase unfolded on November 16, as police officers pursued Efren Ramirez, a suspect behind the wheel of a stolen pickup. The vehicle, reported stolen in October from a storage facility along with 11 firearms and a considerable ammunition supply, was tracked down near San Mateo and Lomas. Ramirez, with a long rap sheet that includes drug possession, trafficking, auto theft, and burglary, was determined to escape, igniting a city-wide manhunt.
Winterfest Extravaganza: A Magical Evening of Twinkling Lights, Festive Floats, and Santa's Delight!
Hey there, my awesome friends! I have some exciting news to share with you today. Get ready to mark your calendars because the Winterfest parade is just around the corner!. Picture this: a magical evening filled with holiday cheer, twinkling lights, and laughter. On Friday, December 1, from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., we will be gathering at the City Center Campus Park in Rio Rancho for an unforgettable celebration. The city is pulling out all the stops to make this event a winter wonderland extravaganza!
Bernalillo County Property Owners: First Half of Property Taxes Due by December 11, 2023
Bernalillo County Treasurer, Nancy Bearce, reminds property owners that the first half of their property tax bill is due on December 11, 2023. Owners can pay online and access their account information anytime. Payment arrangements can be made by contacting the Treasurer’s Office.
A Foster Teen Has Gone Missing. Why, His Family Asks, is No One Looking for Him?
On September 25, 16-year-old Vincent Chavez—Junior, as his family calls him—ran away from his aunt’s house, where the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department had placed him and five of his siblings in foster care the month before. Vincent has Tourette’s syndrome and post-traumatic stress disorder, and he had become agitated and angry before running, according to an Albuquerque Police Department report.