Aaron Drawhorn, KRQE News 13

Aaron Drawhorn

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Aaron:

Bernalillo County earns revenue from film industry

New Mexico's film and television industry has boomed thanks to the state's tax incentives. → Read More

Mentorship relationships help students succeed, graduate

You’ve seen the discouraging rankings that put New Mexico dead last when it comes to education. → Read More

Petroglyph Elementary dedicates yearbook page to Victoria Martens

The heinous murder of Victoria Martens left our community shocked. From little kids to adults, all have been affected, but Victoria’s friends honored her memory in the Petroglyph Elementary S… → Read More

Neighborhood stops 7-Eleven store from selling alcohol

A neighborhood has successfully stopped a 7-Eleven from selling alcohol, at least for now. The beverage battle, however, may not be over. → Read More

Victim’s mother offers reward to find witness in son’s murder case

A grieving mother is fighting for justice. Her son was murdered, the accused killer is in custody, but a key witness is nowhere to be found. → Read More

Old Town meets to find solutions to crime spree

It's the heart of Albuquerque, and it's where the city began. But like other parts of the Duke City, Old Town has seen a surge in crime. → Read More

Good Samaritans recognized for saving stranded dogs, puppies

The City of Albuquerque on Friday recognized four citizens who stepped up as Good Samaritans, saving two stray dogs and their puppies. → Read More

Adults brawl, police respond to Albuquerque kindergarten graduation

Police ended up called to a graduation ceremony -- a kindergarten ceremony at that. → Read More

Officer who saved girl’s life surprises her at promotion ceremony

A young woman walked the stage at her promotion ceremony to high school. In the audience watching was a surprise guest who saved that girl’s life seven years ago. → Read More

City reveals safety, cleanliness standards for public pools

Albuquerque’s pools are starting to open around town. So what does the city do every year to make sure they’re safe, and just as importantly, make sure they’re clean? → Read More

Business bingo hits West Central

There’s a new draw to get you shopping on one part of Central Avenue that’s been hurt by the Albuquerque Rapid Transit construction. It’s essentially business bingo, and you could… → Read More

Albuquerque man accused of possessing child porn

An Albuquerque man is accused of possessing child pornography. Authorities say his home computer and cell phone had disturbing and illegal images of children. → Read More

Wemagination Resource Center celebrates 20 years

This week, a University of New Mexico resource center that embraces that concept is celebrating its 20-year anniversary. Wemagination lets a child’s imagination flourish. → Read More

Good Samaritan spends hundreds on stranded motorist

An Albuquerque woman was stranded on the side of the interstate with a blown-out tire. During the four-hour ordeal, only one person stopped to help. → Read More

Downtown Albuquerque area targeted by criminals

The downtown area is getting hit hard by criminals, and victims are getting really fed up. Whether it’s a home, car or business, criminals won’t discriminate. → Read More

Ex-con arrested for attempted armed carjacking in Albuquerque

An attempted carjacking in northwest Albuquerque quickly landed a mail in jail. As quick as that crime failed, police realized the suspect, Adan Torres, has a felony history. → Read More

Museum raises money to paint iconic fighter-bombers

American symbols in the air that have retired to Albuquerque are getting a major makeover, and you can help restore these planes. → Read More

Rally planned to save UNM ski team

The University of New Mexico ski team is on the chopping block because of budget cuts, and the fight to save the ski team is growing. → Read More

Airline makes dream come true for World War II pilot

One of the youngest pilots to fly in World War II lives in Albuquerque. Earl Richards hasn’t lost his love of flying the friendly skies, and his favorite company just made the 92-year-old vet… → Read More

Identify theft victim sues APD over mistaken arrest

A lawsuit involving the Albuquerque Police Department and a case of mistaken identity has now been transferred to federal court. → Read More