Albuquerque is about a month away from launching continued summer recreation and community center programs during the COVID-19 outbreak, but parents should expect fewer available programs and participation spots. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, May 4, 2020)
The City is Albuquerque is preparing for a mid-May “phase one” economic reopening and its in a race to figure out what all of the rules will be. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, May 1, 2020)
While more federal help is on the way for New Mexico businesses this week, New Mexico’s U.S. Senator Tom Udall is putting the pressure on the Trump Administration to double-down on testing efforts as the economy prepares for reopening. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, April 29, 2020)
The New Mexico state government is trying to help thousands of private businesses that are struggling to stay afloat through closures, cancellations, and limitations brought on by the COVID-19. Click here for full story.
(From Tuesday, March 17, 2020)
One of the next multi-million-dollar projects the city’s eyeing for the Rail Yards property seeks to fix up the primary ways people get on to the site. Click here for full story.
(From Wednesday, March 4, 2020)
A New Mexico State Police officer who’s being sued for allegedly roughing up a handcuffed suspect has faced similar allegations in two other federal lawsuit settlements tied to alleged on the job behavior. Click here for full story.
(From Monday, March 2, 2020)
As the city of Albuquerque inches closer toward figuring out where a future homeless shelter could go, the mayor is responding to concerns about whether the project will bring crime with it. Click here for full story.
(From Friday, February 28, 2020)
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)
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)
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)