Fernanda Lopez, KRQE News 13

Fernanda Lopez

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Fernanda:

Local teen accepted to selective ballet summer intensive program

An Albuquerque teenager is getting ready for the opportunity of a lifetime. → Read More

Groundbreaking ceremony held for memorial park for West Mesa murder victims

It has been nine years since the bodies of 11 women, including one who was six months pregnant, were found buried in a dirt lot in the West Mesa. → Read More

National Free Fishing Day happening Saturday at Tingley Beach

Grab your fishing rods, Albuquerque is celebrating National Free Fishing Day. → Read More

Former officer pleads no contest to deadly hit and run charges

The former Albuquerque Police Officer who police say killed a woman in a wheelchair in a drunken hit and run crash pled to lesser charges Friday morning. → Read More

Mayor Tim Keller expected to sign new city budget Thursday

Mayor Tim Keller is expected to sign the final budget for the next fiscal year on Thursday. → Read More

ABQ Beer Week celebrates local craft brewers, highlights economic impact

Albuquerque breweries are kicking off a week-long series of events surrounding our local beer scene. → Read More

Former restaurant owners raising awareness for congenital heart defects

Last year, the community stepped up to help an Albuquerque couple who owned a restaurant near Nob Hll. → Read More

Albuquerque Police: Shooting sends two people to the hospital late Friday

Albuquerque Police say a shooting sent two people to the hospital late Friday. → Read More

APD investigating deadly pedestrian crash

Albuquerque Police officers are investigating a deadly pedestrian crash. → Read More

Albuquerque Police investigating deadly overnight shooting

Albuquerque Police say a man is dead after a shooting early Saturday morning. → Read More

Volunteers set up 58,000 flags at Santa Fe National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day

Volunteers worked tirelessly Friday morning to honor those buried at the Santa Fe National Cemetery. → Read More

High school band praises local business for continued support

An Albuquerque High School band is praising the efforts of a local business they say has helped keep the band going. → Read More

Locals celebrate royal wedding with special movie theater viewing

Fans in Albuquerque also got in on the royal wedding hype. → Read More

Medical cannabis dispensaries, manufacturers help fund research at UNM

Local medical cannabis dispensaries are working together to help fund research at the University of New Mexico. → Read More

City of Albuquerque offers cycle stops with freebies on Bike to Work Day

You can join people all over the country who are riding their bike to work Friday. → Read More

UNM Regents meet to discuss ongoing audits

There are still a lot of questions about the University of New Mexico's troubled athletic department. → Read More

Lawsuit alleges City of Albuquerque pays women less than men

The City of Albuquerque is facing a lawsuit alleging it's paying women less than men who do the same job. The class-action suit filed last week alleges the City of... → Read More

Local mom honored for helping families cope with congenital heart defects

On this Mother's Day, a local mom is being recognized for helping families going through the most difficult times of their lives. → Read More

Albuquerque BioPark Zoo celebrates moms with various events

The BioPark's Rio Grande Zoo is hosting a Zoo Moms Discovery Day on Sunday. → Read More

Boy Scout makes fire hose hammocks for Biopark Zoo for Eagle Scout Project

A big project got underway Saturday to create a better home for animals at the Albuquerque Biopark Zoo. → Read More