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The Albuquerque Postal Workers Union says the district office is not doing enough to fix understaffing issues.​ On Thursday, staff at the Five Points Post... [Read More]
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Construction on Southern Boulevard to start Monday... [Read More]
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​Monday night, Albuquerque City Council voted to approve a $3 million incentives package for a global customer service call center to move into a downtown... [Read More]
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The New Mexico Attorney General's Office is suing the app developer Tiny Lab Productions. The developer created children's games that can be downloaded from app... [Read More]
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The Albuquerque City Council will vote on suspending controversial barbed and razor wire bans. City leaders say the law is not new, but only recently... [Read More]
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Sugar gliders are being sold by a vendor at the New Mexico State Fair called "Sugar Glider Mania." The vendor told KOAT crews they try... [Read More]
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Mayor Tim Keller unveiled his plan to address homelessness in Albuquerque this week. The five-point approach includes adding a new emergency triage center to offer... [Read More]
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The New Mexico State Fair unveiled new attractions on its first day, Thursday. The new Skyride chair-lift takes guests above and across the fairgrounds. ​Euroslide... [Read More]
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​"Bats, rats, and delayed mail is what we're dealing with," Albuquerque Postal Workers Union President Ken Fajardo said. Union leaders say chronic understaffing problems are... [Read More]
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Albuquerque city councilor Diane Gibson says her office received a few complaints in the past months about irresponsible renters. The complaints range from litter and... [Read More]
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A district court judge dismissed 11 child abuse charges against five suspects involved in the Amalia, New Mexico compound case. The judge claims prosecutors missed... [Read More]
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Seventeen days after Rio Rancho police found 6-year-old Ariana "Jade" Romeo's body, no arrests have been made. The girl's biological father, Joseph Romeo, lives in... [Read More]
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​The Second Judicial District Court is reducing the number of grand jury hearings from five days a week, every week to six days a month.... [Read More]
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The Sandoval County Detention Center is receiving $5.1 million in upgrades and repairs. County commissioners approved an eighth of a percent sales tax increase to... [Read More]
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A Pennsylvania grand jury's report reveals how Catholic leaders across the country used a facility in Jemez Springs, New Mexico to "launder accused priests (to)... [Read More]
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New drones will help BCFD provide a new resource during hiker rescues. [Read More]
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​The University of New Mexico Board of Regents will vote again on the future of four sports teams. Last month, the board decided to end... [Read More]
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​The University of New Mexico Board of Regents is set to vote on a recommendation to cut four sports programs in a meeting Friday. [Read More]
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​New pictures, 911 calls, and interviews reveal the terrifying situation police encountered following the Aztec High School shooting on Dec. 7. [Read More]
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