Courtney Allen, KRQE News 13

Courtney Allen

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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New Mexico State Fair seeing fewer people on a Friday night

The New Mexico State Fair is in full swing. It certainly hasn't been as packed as previous years and people say they are taking advantage of the smaller crowds. → Read More

NM Civil Guard sues city over Juan de Oñate protests

A militia group that showed up to the Juan de Oñate protest in Albuquerque last year with guns in hand is suing the city. → 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

Businesses react to unemployment benefits ending

Thousands of New Mexicans will be cut off from unemployment benefits on Saturday pulling the main source of income for many. → Read More

Video shows armed burglary, shooting at downtown convenience store

Two weeks ago, armed robbers walked into a family-owned Albuquerque convenience store around closing time. → Read More

Maine lawmaker says NM should be wary of Avangrid, others welcome the merger

You've seen the commercials pushing for the Avangrid/PNM merger. However, customers in other cities Avangrid operates in warn, Avangrid has been a disaster there. → Read More

Local chorus gears up for first performance since before pandemic

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local chorus is gearing up for their first performance since before the pandemic with new COVID-19 protocols in place. The New Mexico Symphonic Chorus said their last performance was March 8, 2020, just days before the first COVID cases in our state. Now, they are getting ready for their first concert […] → Read More

New video shows New Mexico father accused of letting his son drown

Police said Shaquille Ferguson told lie after lie for weeks after his son's death. → Read More

‘It is a beautiful bird. It should be out flying’: Protected bird shot in Corrales

One local bird rehabilitator had to euthanize one last month after it was gunned down near the Corrales Bosque Preserve. → Read More

‘After that, our family was broken’: Kaitlyn Arquette’s sister reacts to murder confession

Paul Apodaca said he shot and killed 18-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette more than 30 years ago. Wednesday, Kaitlyn's sister spoke out about the case, how police handled it and how it forever changed her family. → Read More

‘Nothing could induce me to take the vaccine’: Locals respond to Pfizer FDA approval

The Pfizer vaccine now has full approval from the FDA so will people who were holding out on getting the shot change their minds? → Read More

Lawmakers, 4H families calling on governor to drop state fair vaccine mandate for kids

Some state lawmakers and 4H families are calling on the governor to drop the vaccine mandate for children at the New Mexico State Fair. → Read More

Nonprofit hopes to renovate large downtown problem property

Some neighbors said the problem property has attracted vagrants and caused all kinds of problems. Now, a local nonprofit has plans to bring it back to life. → Read More

Family says they found body parts of loved one at crash site more than a week later

An Albuquerque family is trying to grieve the loss of their son following a fiery crash, but when they stopped by the crash site, they made a disturbing discovery. → Read More

Population of rural NM counties decline in latest census data

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – New U.S. census data shows our population in New Mexico increased by just 3 percent in the last ten years which is well below the national average. Lawmakers said rural counties are the ones hardest hit. These small New Mexico counties said ranches and farms are getting bigger with fewer families operating […] → Read More

Video shows the aftermath of DWI crash that killed an Albuquerque mother

In police video, Jennifer Munoz did not show much concern for what she had just allegedly done. → Read More

New police video shows Tucumcari officer slamming man to the ground last month

Video from Tucumcari police shows what happened when an officer slammed a man to the ground last month. → Read More

What are acceptable forms of vaccination proof?

While many people have been careful to hold on to their vaccine card for situations like this, the state said there are options if you have misplaced or damaged yours. → Read More

Video shows July 4th officer-involved shooting in Santa Fe

It all started on the 4th of July when NMSP said 40-year-old Jaime Bravo was waving a gun around the Rail Runner tracks and Highway 599. → Read More

RSV cases increasing in Albuquerque

New Mexico health officials are seeing a rise in RSV in the metro. → Read More