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Royale Da

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Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Royale:

Tin Can Alley open for business

Many long-standing, New Mexico small businesses are trying to stay afloat -- so imagine trying to launch a new business during this pandemic? Watch the vide... → Read More

How to talk to your children about race

Royale Da spoke with some local moms about the raw conversations they're having at home. → Read More

Santa Fe Opera sews medical equipment for health care workers

It should be an exciting time at the Santa Fe opera house, but the pandemic has forced them to cancel their season. Instead of sewing costumes, the staff is... → Read More

‘The virus doesn’t care who you are’: Three family members die from COVID-19

As we start to slowly reopen, a New Mexico man is urging families to listen to the state’s recommendations. The coronavirus has killed three of his family membe... → Read More

What new and expecting mothers should know about the coronavirus

Expecting mothers or families taking care of a newborn have a lot of concerns during this pandemic. Watch the video above as Royale Da talks with a doctor who specializes in infectious diseases and pregnancy. → Read More

When is it okay for New Mexico to reopen?

Royale Da asks a Presbyterian doctor what the health care community is looking for to feel better about opening things back up. → Read More

Albuquerque couple postpones wedding due to coronavirus pandemic

Albuquerque couple postpones wedding due to coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Local grocery delivery service has booming increase in orders

A New Mexico business says it was not ready for what this pandemic was going to do to them. Skarsgard Farms grocery delivery service, has seen a 500 percent inc... → Read More

Medical expert on re-opening New Mexico

Protests are happening across the country including New Mexico, demanding states to re-open. Royale Da talks to a doctor about what this means for flattening th... → Read More

17-year-old uses his Make-A-Wish to help health care workers

An Albuquerque teen who beat cancer is getting his wish granted, but his Make-A-Wish gift isn't for him, it's for New Mexico health care workers. → Read More

Pilgrims staying home this year

How are Catholics feeling about not doing the sacred tradition this year? Pilgrims staying home this year. → Read More

Meet the ASL interpreter getting coronavirus information to NM’s deaf community

Nixo Lanning got her master's degree from UNM and has lived in New Mexico for more than a decade. → Read More

Local company in need of New Mexicans help sewing face masks for essential workers

See how you can help get involved. → Read More

Coronavirus food safety tips for takeout and delivery

Here are a few guidelines on how to stay safe and order from your favorite places to eat. → Read More

NM man goes above and beyond for wife on Valentine’s Day

Watch the video to see what Mr. Valentine has planned this year. → Read More

Are your reusable bags full of poop bacteria?

When's the last time you washed your reusable grocery bags? KOAT is swabbing again and in a non-scientific study, the reusable bags we swabbed were really dirty. → Read More

From lipstick to jewelry, New Mexico business owner makes it into Oscar bags again

A New Mexico company known for its color-changing lipsticks is going to be part of the Oscars again. This time, however, Blush & Whimsy's jewelry will be given to the some of the winners. → Read More

Native New Mexican writes popular superhero Navajo folklore book

"This is something I wanted to give to Native American kids, so they could see themselves in stories,” Roanhorse said. → Read More

Study reveals New Mexico is only state to have zero hate groups

Majority of the hate groups are east of the Mississippi River. → Read More

New Mexico on track for one of worst flu seasons in decades

At least 29,000 people in the United States have died from the flu this season. → Read More