David Romero, KRQE News 13

David Romero

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Recent articles by David:

Railroad garden brings holiday cheer to kids, adults during River of Lights

The River of Lights runs from Nov. 27 - Dec. 30 (closed on Dec. 24 and Dec. 25). Tickets will be sold in limited quantities and online only. → Read More

Albuquerque Fisher House becomes a lifeline for many

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – For families of active military or veterans receiving medical treatment, the burden of lodging and life can be especially trying. That’s where the Fisher House Foundation steps in. They provide crucial services to make life easier during recovery. When a member of the military is in need of medical care, having family […] → Read More

Local small businesses receive $10k in grant money

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The city handed out cash to small businesses impacted by COVID Friday morning. Checks for $10,000 were given to businesses who applied for a grant for the Economic Development Department. The city says the companies will be able to use the money on rent, utilities, and supplies. “We will be seeing about […] → Read More

Latina Pioneer: Linda Alvarado has built a career of firsts

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An entrepreneur is not only defined as a business operator, but someone “taking on greater than normal financial risks to do so.” For Linda Alvarado, she not only gambled on success and jumping into careers dominated by men, but also as a Latina. From designer, development, and owner of a large commercial construction […] → Read More

How three Albuquerque brothers created an iconic New Mexican food company

From three brothers with a dream to a team of 400 workers during their peak season, the Baca family is still showing how green chile and a magic recipe for good foods can be successful after all these years. → Read More

Public asked to donate as Souper Bowl 2020 in Albuquerque canceled due to pandemic

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) -The Roadrunner Food Bank in Albuquerque has seen a dramatic increase in demand since the pandemic started. The “Souper Bowl” is one of their biggest fundraising events of the year. They have had to cancel the event during a time when it’s the most needed. The pains of hunger do not have […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Suspect in Victoria Martens case asks for release pending trial

He’s accused in connection with the death of Victoria Martens, and now he’s asking a judge to let him out of jail. → Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month: Dennis Chavez becomes first U.S. born Hispanic elected to Senate

Pioneering work of civic leaders like Dennis Chavez from New Mexico has drastically changed the political landscape of our country. → Read More

Petition to keep searching for remains on the West Mesa

Albuquerque mother, Theresa Fresquez has started a petition asking Mayor Tim Keller to continue searching for possible human remains on the West Mesa. → Read More

Domino's Pizza: 'Paving for Pizza' program

Domino's Pizza has launched a campaign to repair potholes in towns nominated by customers across the country. → Read More

Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival

You don't have to be Celtic to love the soulful music of bagpipes. The Celtic Festival is this weekend. → Read More

ABQ 365 Events

Every week in the Duke City is great, but this weekend is packed with a smash hit musical, babies at the zoo and Mother's Day celebrations. → Read More

South Valley Academy Information

They say nothing helps a person learn more than getting their hands dirty. A group of local students is working with nonprofits to develop leadership skills that teach them how to become positive role models. → Read More

Frito Pie Fundraiser for Philip Hall and Kierr

A Frito pie fundraiser will be held for 22-year-old Philip Hall and 2-year-old Kierr. → Read More

Albuquerque Beekeepers Information

The unusually warm winter New Mexico we just emerged from wreaked havoc on an important species throughout the state and current conditions aren't helping, either. → Read More

Comic-Topia Event Information

Using comic books and pop culture to promote literacy in the community is the mission of local non-profit Comic-Topia. This weekend, a fun event full of costumes and merriment will raise funds to help them keep doing it. → Read More

CSU incident response

A New Mexico mother said her two sons saved up money to travel to Colorado to attend a college tour at Colorado State University, but they were pulled from it because of the way they look. → Read More

Annual Cinco de Mayo Folk Art Fest

If you're a fan of re-purposed antique silverware, jewelry and bottle cap earrings then you will love this upcoming event. → Read More

Chello Grill Holds Fundraiser for Rio Rancho Firefighter

Here's another chance to help out a Rio Rancho firefighter in need of a heart transplant. → Read More

Neuro Choir Meeting Information

"Swing Low" fills room 1331 of the University of New Mexico's Speech and Hearing Sciences building. → Read More