Brittany Bade, KRQE News 13

Brittany Bade

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Recent:
  • KRQE News 13
Past:
  • WGN TV News
  • WWLP-22News
  • WCBD
  • WFLA NEWS
  • NBC4 Columbus
  • WDTN
  • KXAN News
  • WBIR Channel 10

Recent articles by Brittany:

Video shows alarming behavior of security guards towards customer

*Warning: Video above contains violence and strong language ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Alarming behavior from a group of uniformed security guards outside an Albuquerque pharmacy. They’re seen on camera behaving in a way that wouldn’t make anyone feel safe. Cell phone video captures four security guards surrounding and punching one man in the parking lot outside […] → Read More

‘I’ll spank you’: Video shows fight between bus driver, passenger

It happened in February after a rider, 54-year-old Ivan McFadden boarded the bus and began complaining about social distancing. → Read More

Video shows man steal rock worth over $1K from Albuquerque home

An Albuquerque woman caught a thief in her yard on camera making off with a very heavy and expensive rock. → Read More

Balloon Fiesta 2021: What you should know about mass ascensions

Mass ascensions even in a pandemic world will go on like years past. People will still be able to get close to balloons and talk to pilots. → Read More

Video shows police chase reaching speeds of up to 90 mph

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Video shows one of New Mexico State Police‘s nightly encounters with the city’s crime problems during their metro surge operation. A stolen truck, meth and a felon with a gun–all ending in a crash through a family’s wall. An NMSP officer was on patrol in Albuquerque late last month at a motel […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Man connected to at least 2 cold case murders to stay behind bars until trial

More than 30 years after the murder of a University of New Mexico student Althea Oakeley, the man accused of killing her is behind bars and could soon be facing even more charges. → Read More

‘I didn’t think I was going to see my wife and my son again’: Officer reflects on shootout

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – For the first time, we are hearing from one of the Albuquerque Police officers who was hit during a massive shootout in a Dutch Bros. parking lot. The officer is an experienced sergeant with decades on the force. Not even 27 years on patrol could’ve prepared Sergeant Sean Kenny for what August […] → Read More

Around 4,000 New Mexicans took advantage of return-to-work incentive program

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – How many New Mexicans took advantage of the state’s incentive hiring program and went back to work? The state hoped their incentive checks of up to $1,000 would get up to about 15,000 New Mexicans back to work. However, new numbers show only about 4,000 New Mexicans did go back to work. […] → Read More

Attendance at New Mexico United games down

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – There is still excitement around the New Mexico United soccer team but attendance is down. It’s something people behind the city’s soccer stadium study saw coming. New Mexico United is still the second most popular team in the United Soccer League. However, crowds are down more than 30% from their first season […] → Read More

Video shows police chase with 12-year-old behind the wheel

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – A New Mexico sheriff’s department has released video showing the chase involving a 12-year-old in a stolen SUV. It was a wild ride and deputies couldn’t believe their eyes when they realized who was behind the wheel. Deputy dashcam captures a while turn as the driver fishtails nearly losing control in […] → Read More

Video shows the aftermath of fatal July crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A married couple was killed in a high-speed crash in late July and the Albuquerque Police Department believes alcohol may have been a factor. Now more than a month and a half after the crash, the man witnesses say is responsible still has not been charged. The couple’s SUV was hit so […] → Read More

Tesla distribution, service center set to open on Nambe Pueblo

A first of its kind partnership, a Tesla plant is set to open up shop on a sovereign Pueblo. → Read More

New Mexico data shows apparent ‘deceleration’ in new COVID-19 cases

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – After more than a month of concern about a steep upward trend of new COVID-19 cases amid the spread of the more infectious Delta variant, New Mexico’s top health officials indicated signs of hope for a slowing rate of new infections. The latest data presented in a news conference Wednesday appears to […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Sandia Pueblo member honored for sacrifices made during pandemic

Clarice Sanchez works for the Sandia Pueblo's Emergency Management Department and spearheaded the pueblo's response to COVID. → Read More

Sandia High teen accused of opening fire outside school

The Albuquerque Police Department now says a Sandia High School student known to carry a gun often is the one accused of firing shots outside of his school and near a pre-school Thursday afternoon. → Read More

NM Democratic lawmakers unveil plan to tackle crime

Many of the proposed new strategies focus on the biggest problems the state's biggest city is having trouble fighting off. → Read More

30 employees to conduct COVID vaccine screening at NM State Fair

The New Mexico State Fair is about a week out and, this year, vaccines are required. → Read More

New Mexico sees strong revenue projections

After a year of shutdowns and restrictions and soaring unemployment, the state is actually looking at a record-setting year for revenue. → Read More

Suspect in cold-case murders now linked to 1990 rape case

The Albuquerque man who confessed to two high-profile cold case murders is also linked to a rape case, long tied up in the rape kit backlog. → Read More

Suspect named in a decades-old murder case

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The murder of Kaitlyn Arquette has been one of Albuquerque’s most notorious unsolved cases. It was featured on national television. Arquette’s mother even published two books vowing to find the killer. Her mother has been mentioning Paul Apodaca as a suspect since the early 1990s. Eighteen-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette was pretty, popular and […] → Read More