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- Drunken passenger removed from plane after flight makes emergency stop
- Group- NM sees $800K in medical cannabis revenue on 4-20
- 'The blossoms and the smell kind of carry you away'- Two-acre garden provides green oasis
- 'Puppy dog eyes' have evolved to appeal to humans
- Rampant overdose deaths prompt DEA raid at ABQ motel
- Take a virtual ride on the Tram
- Farolito Walk continues tradition, creates new ones
- 103-year-old runner setting world records at National Senior Games
- Healthy Neighborhoods Albuquerque initiative kicks-off with carrots - UNM Health Sciences Center
- Ex-priest back in New Mexico to face abuse charges
- Residents say Albuquerque family is bringing down the neighborhood June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – People living in an Albuquerque neighborhood say one family is ruining it for everyone. Members of that family have caused two SWAT situations within a month, and neighbors say that’s just the tip of the iceberg of a years-long battle. Daniel Franco was allegedly involved in a police shooting last month, […]Brittany Bade
- Lawmakers will hear from pilots who have criticized Boeing June 19, 2019The president of the pilots’ union at American Airlines says Boeing made mistakes in its design of the 737 Max and not telling pilots about new flight-control software on the plane. Daniel Carey says Boeing’s zeal to minimize pilot-training costs for airlines that would buy its 737 Max jet contributed to errors that led to […]DAVID KOENIG, Associated Press
- What happens to forgotten cash at self-checkout stations? June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – They greet you, scan your groceries, take your money and give you cash back. They’ll even give you a friendly reminder to pick up that cash before you leave. But self-checkout machines can’t make up for human error. With more and more self-checkout counters popping up in popular Albuquerque stores like […]Lysée Mitri
- Teens charged in BB-gun, car shooting incident June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A teenager who admitted to using a BB gun to shoot out the window of a moving semi-truck on I-40 is now accused of another BB gun-related shooting, this time on a parked car. Rio Rancho Police arrested 19-year-old Koby Garcia last week, charging the teen with conspiracy and three counts of contributing […]Chris McKee
- US Navy expert: Tanker attack mine resembles Iranian mines June 19, 2019U.S. NAVY 5TH FLEET BASE NEAR FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The limpet mines used to attack a Japanese-owned oil tanker near the Strait of Hormuz last week bore “a striking resemblance” to similar mines displayed by Iran, a U.S. Navy explosives expert said Wednesday, stopping short of directly blaming Tehran for the assault. […]JON GAMBRELL, Associated Press
- GoFundMe page created for man accused of vandalizing rainbow crosswalk June 18, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – There is now a GoFundMe page for the motorcyclist who vandalized the new rainbow crosswalk on Central. The woman behind the fundraiser says it’s a civil rights issue. Two weeks ago, police say Anthony Morgan defaced the new rainbow crosswalks in Nob Hill. After police tracked him down and arrested him, […]Jeannie Nguyen
- Bernalillo County Animal Services reveals permanent hours June 19, 2019On January 14th of this year, Bernalillo County Animal Services opened a new resource center. Now, beginning June 22nd, it will officially open its permanent hours. To celebrate, it is hosting an Open House for volunteers and fosters as it recruits for its brand new programs. The new center will open Tuesday through Saturday from […]Art Barron
- June 19 Morning Rush: Albuquerque family causes trouble for neighborhood June 19, 20191. A group of Albuquerque neighbors is working with the city, trying to figure out how to get a family kicked off their block. Neighbors have called police 22-times in the past three months on Cynthia Franco and her family. The Francos live on Los Tomases Road near Sixth and Mountain. Police say members of […]Art Barron
- Albuquerque to celebrate Juneteenth on Civic Plaza June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE)- Many around the country are commemorating the end of slavery for Juneteenth. Some events are also taking place in Albuquerque. On this day in 1865, Mayor General Gordon Granger announced the end of the Civil War in Galveston, Texas making all slaves free. There are often Juneteenth festivals and events to honor […]KRQE Media
- Survey: Broccoli is America’s favorite vegetable June 19, 2019(KRQE)- The results are in, America’s favorite vegetable is broccoli. Green Giant surveyed 5,000 Americans aged 13 to 73 for their 2019 Favorite Veggie Survey and the results show that broccoli is top choice by far with 39 states choosing the veggie as their favorite, including New Mexico. The survey also shows two new contenders […]KRQE Media
- Joy Harjo is first Native American named US poet laureate June 19, 2019NEW YORK (AP) — Joy Harjo, the first Native American to be named U.S. poet laureate, has been ready for a long time. “I’ve been an unofficial poetry ambassador — on the road for poetry for years,” the 68-year-old Harjo wrote in a recent email to The Associated Press. “I’ve often been the only poet […]HILLEL ITALIE, Associated Press
- Rio Arriba Deputy, accused of tasing student, is no longer eligible to be officer June 19, 2019ESPANOLA, N.M. (KRQE)- A Rio Arriba County Sheriffs Deputy remains under investigation, accused of tasing an Espanola special education student. He is no longer eligible to be an officer. According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, a spokesman with the Department of Public Safety said Deputy Jeremy Barnes has let his law enforcement certification expire. […]Art Barron
- Baby born at Albuquerque fire station June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE)- An Albuquerque mother and baby are recovering after an unexpected arrival. The crew at Albuquerque Fire Station 9 was awakened at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday to knocking on the front door. An excited but frantic man said his wife was in labor. Four minutes later, firefighters delivered a healthy baby girl. The family […]KRQE Media
- 33K pounds of cocaine seized in one of biggest US drug busts June 19, 2019PHILADELPHIA (AP) — U.S. authorities seized 33,000 pounds, or 15,000 kilograms, of cocaine from a ship at Philadelphia’s port in what they described as one of the largest drug busts in American history. They said the haul could have been worth more than $1 billion on the street. The U.S. attorney’s office in Philadelphia announced […]MICHAEL RUBINKAM and MATT ROURKE, Associated Press
- Campaign shines light on senior animals in need of a home, in light of Senior Games June 19, 2019ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The National Senior Games are taking over Albuquerque and Albuquerque Animal Welfare is taking the opportunity to highlight its senior animals. As the city recognizes the amazing older athletes making strides in the Senior Games, Animal Welfare is taking to social media to highlight their special seniors, honoring many of them […] […]Jami Seymore
- Beefily Ever After November 18, 2016In our last episode, we learn how to drink tea, build human towers, watch the sunset forever and find the Ian inside all of us.
- Freedom, Justice, or Peter Sagal November 11, 2016We learn what happened to a two-thousand year-old toe, and what to do when our voices make you sick.
- StoryCorn November 4, 2016Devil In The White City author Erik Larson helps us write gooder, and we tell you how to snack silently at the movies.
- We Accidentally Made A Halloween Episode October 28, 2016Mark Bittman helps us answer a very creepy question, and we learn who's helping the Obamas move.
- Romancing The Cod October 21, 2016How to talk to fish and protect your yard signs.
- Trust Him On The Frustum October 13, 2016We help you brush that dirt off your shoulder and get the most out of your Reese's.
- The Never-Ending Cave October 7, 2016We tell you how to get deep and how to fake childhood memories.
- The Sound of Silence September 30, 2016A listener needs help opening his Velcro bag quietly, so we call in the military.
- Fiddlin', Gruntin', Snorin' and Carlin' September 23, 2016How to get people to remember your name and find thousands of worms. Note: this episode talks about curse words but bleeps them out. It's educational, but there's a lot of cursing.
- The Champ September 16, 2016We tell you how to keep your fries crispy and make your friends cry.
- Usain/Boat September 9, 2016How to lose to Usain Bolt by a slightly smaller margin, and another use for your bowling shoes.
- Bonny's Dream September 2, 2016How to endure hearing someone describe their dream.
- Bears and Bubbles August 26, 2016How to bathe discreetly and get close to a panda.
- Bears, Tigers, Leeches, and Spicy Food August 19, 2016How to pick a winner in a bear v. tiger fight, find an endangered species, and eat spicy food.
- Best Man O' War August 12, 2016How to train your pet jellyfish and plan a wedding no one will forget.
- The Only Olympics Guide You'll Ever Need August 5, 2016With how-to advice from a bunch of Olympians and Patrick Stewart.
- Lyin' Eyes July 29, 2016How to protect your cow and pull a loose tooth.
- Merry Chrismas! July 21, 2016How to celebrate your new favorite holiday and enjoy the Summer Olympics.
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