Nancy Laflin,

Nancy Laflin

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Recent articles by Nancy:

Feds pumping $2 billion into NM businesses during COVID-19

Churches, casinos, businesses and prestigious schools get money → Read More

State runs ads in neighboring states warning about NM COVID rules

Ads run in Texas and Arizona, telling them we like you, but.... → Read More

COVID cases continue to rise at ABQ nursing home

Family members of James Williams said he was a beloved father, husband and gunsmith. They said he was a resident at Princeton Place nursing home in Albuquerque when he died of COVID-19. "It came home to bite us when my father caught it in a locked down facility he couldn't get out of," said his son, Tommy Krow. According to the nursing home's own website, 45 people have tested positive for the… → Read More

Anyone not wearing mask in NM faces fine, including travelers

The sign on San Mateo and I-25 says it all -- you must a wear a mask. This week the governor said anyone who doesn't faces a $100 fine. It's not just New Mexicans who have to follow these rules. "We are putting up message boards, portable message boards. Those are some of the smaller signs you're going to see that are on the road sides," said Department of Transportation spokeswoman, Marisa… → Read More

Mystery Jeffrey Epstein 'statue' found in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Many viewers reported seeing a statue of convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein in downtown Albuquerque Wednesday morning. → Read More

Another ABQ nursing home hit hard with COVID

More than a dozen staffers test positive for the virus → Read More

Sheriff concerned victims of rape, child murder will be on lapel video

NM Lawmakers requiring all police to wear cameras within 90 days → Read More

NM State Fair could get the boot this year

The New Mexico State Fair is usually filled with food, music, rides and all kinds of events with animals. Now though, with concerns of COVID-19, state leaders are deciding if there will be a fair in September. The fair manager sent a statement saying they are monitoring the department of health data as it pertains to mass gatherings. He said this is a fluid situation and presents significant… → Read More

Judge lifts restrictions on Fabian Gonzales so he can now be around children

On Tuesday a judge lifted multiple restrictions that were in place for Fabian Gonzales, the man at the center of the case in the death of Victoria Martens. → Read More

Attorney for man charged at museum shooting says it was self-defense

Photos of rally and fight entered into court records → Read More

New Mexico Dreamers say they are relieved by Supreme Court Decision

DACA recipients say New Mexico is the only home they know → Read More

Shooting charges against man at ABQ protest off the table for now

Prosecutors charge Steven Baca with multiple other crimes → Read More

Police reports: Man shot at protest is Scott Williams

A young man named William says he was at the Albuquerque Museum Monday night in case someone needed aid. He says he was helping a woman who was on the groundwhen he heard gunshots.He says he and other people ran over to help the man who had been shot, and applied pressure to his wounds until paramedics arrived."In that situation, where you have somebody who has been shot, every second counts,"… → Read More

Bar owners say it is unfair to open breweries but keep bars closed

Long time mom and pop bar owner says news is devastating → Read More

Film industry to reopen soon in New Mexico

TV, Film productions ready to get going as soon as they get the green light → Read More

As NM opens back up, many on unemployment have questions about benefits

As NM opens back up, many on unemployment have questions about benefits → Read More

With no group classes allowed, smaller boutique gyms say state rules are unfair

Owners of yoga, cycling studios say NM COVID rules are killing their business → Read More

APS parents, teachers and students get ready! School begins August 12

District leaders: Expect changes because of COVID-19 → Read More

Progressive Dems defeat long time, big name NM lawmakers

Possible changes on everything from pot guns, abortion laws → Read More

Restaurants, salons, gyms back open

State still has restrictions in place as businesses open back up → Read More