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- APD investigating police shooting in Taylor Ranch August 11, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting on Albuquerque’s West Side in the area of Sooner Trail and Homestead Trail Northwest Monday night. No word at this point whether anyone was hurt or injured or what led up to the shooting. This is a developing story and News 13 will […]KRQE Staff
- Grant’s Monday Night Forecast August 11, 2020Mostly dry and very hot weather settles into New Mexico this week, with record and near record high temperatures possible. High pressure is building over southern New Mexico today giving showers and storms a mostly easterly direction. A better chance for storms today and Tuesday will be in eastern New Mexico where a weak backdoor […]Grant Tosterud
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- NMSU Aggies football affected by Mountain West decision to postpone fall sports August 11, 2020LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico State football is now up to seven games lost off of the 2020 schedule as conferences adjust due to the coronavirus pandemic. Monday the Mountain West became the second conference, joining the MAC, to postpone fall sports. NMSU, who plays as an independent, lost three games with the announcement. […]Van Tate
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- Firewood available for Gorham Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico August 11, 2020TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – The Bureau of Land Management announced Monday that it will allow for authorized fuelwood harvest at the Gorham Scout Camp near Cundiyo, New Mexico. BLM says the firewood will be ongoing and based on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning August 19. BLM says available fuelwood is a mix of Ponderosa Pine, Piñon […]KRQE Staff
- City of Albuquerque creates Opportunity Zones to attract investments August 11, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The City of Albuquerque Economic Development Department announced Monday that it has created a new webpage to house a prospectus and interactive map so investors, developers, businesses, and property owners can take advantage of federal Opportunity Zone resources. The city says the Opportunity Zones includes an interactive map to g […]KRQE Staff
- Sports Desk: Mountain West postpones fall sports August 11, 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Mountain West is the latest conference to postpone fall sports. The league announced Monday that it would do so with an indefinite postponement, while the nation continues to try and slow the coronavirus pandemic. That means no University of New Mexico football for what would have been head coach Danny Gonzales […]Van Tate
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- The Sound of Silence September 30, 2016A listener needs help opening his Velcro bag quietly, so we call in the military.
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- 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.
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- 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]