The city of Albuquerque has released its final report ranking the sites where the future 300-bed “Gateway Center” homeless shelter could be built and there’s one site the city is giving top billing. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 27, 2020)
Your face might be scanned against a database of photos the next time you walk into an Albuquerque retail store. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 26, 2020)
Opinionated videos posted to a popular social media application by a New Mexico deputy has left a small-town police force apologizing to local residents. Click here for full story.
(From Tuesday, February 25, 2020)
After using family tree DNA evidence to charge Angel Gurule with a cold case rape, Gurule could now face charges in another rape case. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, February 24, 2020)
New ridership data appears to show the city’s newly launched Albuquerque Rapid Transit bus system is drawing more riders than the prior system it replaced. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, February 21, 2020)
One of Albuquerque’s newer neighborhoods is also dealing with a growing problem, as a huge pile of illegally dumped roadside trash keeps getting bigger. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 20, 2020)
A top state official now says takeoff of the long-promised “space-tourism” may be a lot closer than you think after Virgin Galactic moved its only fully-functional spaceship out to New Mexico last week. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 19, 2020)
A sweeping piece of legislation to overhaul and toughen New Mexico’s sex trafficking laws could also finally open the door for trafficking victims to reclaim money from the criminals who’ve exploited them. Click here for full story.
(From Thursday, February 13, 2020)
Could Albuquerque become the next major American city to eliminate bus fares for every rider? A city councilor is offering up his proposal to do that. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, February 12, 2020)
The city of Albuquerque is responding as New Mexico’s top federal prosecutor says the city’s so-called “sanctuary” or “immigrant-friendly” policy may stand in the way of it being awarded millions of dollars in federal funding to help fight violent crime. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, February 10, 2020)