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- Europe, US Watch COVID Case Totals Grow, Debate New Restrictions
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- Bernalillo County Fire Department takes Fire Prevention Week virtual
- Hundreds gather at Roundhouse to protest Gov. Lujan Grisham's public health orders
- Navajo man sentenced to three years in prison for assault resulting in serious bodily injury O-NM
- FBI Media Alert- FBI Investigates Officer-Involved Shooting on Laguna Pueblo FBI
- U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson appoints Election Officer for the District of New Mexico O-NM
- Albuquerque, N.M- U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson appoints Election Officer
- City, Cultural Services relaunch public access television channels
- APS will not cancel online classes due to inclement weather
- Views on immigration, border wall set New Mexico congressional candidates apart October 25, 2020EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District has voted Republican 35 out of the past 39 years.Julian Resendiz
- Cold and windy start to the week October 25, 2020NEW MEXICO (KRQE) - A major winter storm will give us record cold on Monday paired with uncomfortable wind chills. Mountain travel will be poor from start to finish. It'll take several hours of snow in Albuquerque before the roads start to slush up. By Tuesday morning, travel will be poor across the entire state. [...]Connor Lewis
- Navajo Nation confirms 64 new cases of COVID-19, total now to 11,217 March 20, 2020NAVAJO NATION (KRQE) - The Navajo Nation Health Command Operations Center is reporting the following coronavirus numbers as of Saturday, October 24: Positive COVID-19 Cases: 11,151 Total Negative Results: 110,123 Total Tests Administered: 121,274 Recovered: 7,466 Deaths: 574 Confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation The following numbers are reported […]KRQE Staff
- Second stimulus checks: Pelosi still hoping to strike deal before election October 25, 2020At issue is a huge virus relief bill that would send another $1,200 direct payment to most Americans, restart bonus unemployment benefits, fund additional testing and vaccines, provide aid to schools and allocate money to state and local governments.Nexstar Media Wire
- 5th annual 'Hike to End Hunger' gets underway October 25, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - A local non-profit is asking locals to get out and hike to help feed families in need. The Rio Grande Food Project's 5th annual Hike to End Hunger kicked off this weekend and will run through Sunday. People can submit photos with the hashtag "hiketoendhungerabq" to help spread awareness and buy [...]KRQE Staff
- 'C'mon, man:' Watch SNL parody final debate's most memorable moments October 25, 2020Carrey began playing Biden on the season premiere earlier this month, and he again portrayed the 77-year-old struggling to suppress his anger at unfounded attacks from Mr. Trump, played for a fifth season by Baldwin. As in real life, Carrey as Biden repeatedly resorted to the "c'mon man" line of exasperation throughout the segment.Nexstar Media Wire
- Albuquerque beefing up COVID enforcement October 25, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The latest updates to the New Mexico Public Health order took effect Friday night, and now all retail spaces are required to close their doors at 10 p.m. or face a citation. "These are additional measures that we think will slow the spread while keeping the economy viable," said Governor Michelle [...]Stephanie Chavez
- Santa Fe movie theater set to re-open as restaurant October 25, 2020SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - Businesses have taken a big hit this year during the pandemic. For one Santa Fe movie theater owner, he says it's been especially hard for his industry, but he's found a new way to safely re-open. It's been a long seven months for Violet Crown Cinema in Santa Fe. It [...]Jeannie Nguyen
- Homicide suspect arrested in San Juan County October 25, 2020SAN JUAN COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) - San Juan County Sheriff's Officers have arrested a woman in connection to the death of her brother. Mykelti Brown, 22 is charged with first-degree murder for the death of 31-year-old Levi Loma. Sheriff's deputies were dispatched Saturday morning to a residence in reference to a stabbing. Officials say when [...]KRQE Staff
- Cleveland High School assistant principal arrested for DWI October 25, 2020RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) - A Rio Rancho educator has been charged with drunk driving and failure to keep her vehilce within traffic lanes. According to a criminal complaint, Cleveland High School Assistant Principal Rebecca Bruere was seen swerving into the bike lane near Unser and Irving earlier this month. The arresting officer says he [...]KRQE Staff
- Protesters opposed to public health order gather at Roundhouse October 25, 2020SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - Hundreds of people protested at the state capitol for hours Saturday afternoon, voicing their frustrations with how the state is handling the pandemic. They were peacefully protesting for the state to open back up. The protest was organized by a group called We the People of New Mexico. Organizers say [...]Brady Wakayama
- Connor's Saturday Evening Forecast October 25, 2020NEW MEXICO (KRQE) - Metro snow continues to look likely on Monday and Tuesday. Snow accumulations will struggle to overcome warm surfaces on Monday, but steady light snow into Tuesday afternoon should give the city one to three inches. Areas such as Santa Fe that are below freezing almost the entire storm will be closer [...]Connor Lewis
- Biden has 3-point lead over Trump in Texas, poll shows October 25, 2020Biden leads Trump 48% to 45% among the statewide random sample of 1,012 registered voters, with a 3.22 margin of error.Russell Falcon
- Stores keeping eye on customer numbers, health order compliance October 25, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - With COVID numbers soaring and stores landing on the state's COVID watchlist every day, on Saturday, News 13 crews saw stores still keeping an eye on the crowds. The Savers on the westside was seen monitoring its capacity, with lines of people waiting to enter. Shoppers our crews spoke to say [...]KRQE Staff
- American support for same-sex marriage is higher than ever, study finds October 25, 2020Majorities of every major religious group also support marriage equality, PRRI says.Russell Falcon
- Tropical Storm Zeta forecast to intensify into hurricane as it enters Gulf October 25, 2020The National Hurricane Center reports that Tropical Storm Zeta has formed off the coast of Cuba near the Yucatan Peninsula. rThe Associated Press
- VP Pence's top aide tests positive for coronavirus October 25, 2020A spokesman says Vice President Mike Pence will continue with his campaign schedule after his chief of staff, Marc Short, tested positive for the coronavirus Saturday.Sean Noone
- 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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Get out the vote
As good a place to start as any would be an understatement.
Coming from the Pacific Northwest I am a visitor and observer to Albuquerque.
Artistically and aesthetically this city is alive. No doubt about it.
But there is also foundation and tradition that binds the more fragile and untamed together like an unspoken understanding.
Being creative here is encouraged and dreams are truly recognised as worthy and approachable.
Casually, a city. Although, a break from the hunt-or-be-hunted mindset of Los Angeles.
I say that because entertainment and media here is just more down to earth.
As any artist struggles with an idea there is no smoke and mirrors to obscure an original intention.
Because all are welcomed.
Hope that doesn’t wear off Abq.
[Mike from Oregon]