Stephanie Chavez, KRQE News 13

Stephanie Chavez

KRQE News 13

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Past articles by Stephanie:

New Mexico veteran finds a different way to serve her country

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –New Mexico veteran Diana Wong has found a new way to serve her county and help the men and women who proudly defend it. You can almost always find Wong helping someone somewhere in the Raymond G Murphy Veteran Affairs Medical Center. Veterans Voices Wong, a veteran herself, always wanted to serve her […] → Read More

Fabian Gonzales sentenced to 37.5 years for role in Victoria Martens death

Fabian Gonzales was found guilty in August on one count of reckless child abuse resulting in death, several evidence tampering charges, and a conspiracy charge. → Read More

Book published by City of Albuquerque is causing controversy

The city of Albuquerque's Arts and Culture Department paid nearly $45,000, hiring former Albuquerque Journal reporter, Joline Guttierez Krueger, to write the book. → Read More

Former New Mexico CYFD case workers getting big settlement in whistleblower lawsuit

The lawsuit filed back in 2020, claimed the two women were forced to quit their jobs because they were being harassed after speaking out about the high-profile case. → Read More

NM-bred horse on her way to Breeders’ Cup

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – In just a few weeks, a New Mexico-bred horse will be competing against the best of the best. Slammed was both bred and trained in the Land of Enchantment, and in November she will be going to the Breeders’ Cup in Keenland, Kentucky. She is only the second New Mexico horse to […] → Read More

Albuquerque woman wins U.S. Army Drill Sgt. of the Year

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque woman who joined the army to stay out of trouble is accomplishing big things. In less than a decade of service, Sgt. Krista Osbourne has already earned a title only four other women have won before her. Eight years ago, she joined the army trying to decide on her next step […] → Read More

Hunters criticize New Mexico’s elk tag draw system

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The Game and Fish Department is drawing criticism from local hunters over the way they hand out elk tags. They think New Mexicans should get preference over out-of-state hunters, but there are New Mexicans who benefit from the current system. Guston Woods, owns Pasamonte Hunts, a business that has been in his […] → Read More

Albuquerque Museum to receive $10M in upgrades

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Museum will soon be getting a makeover. The City wants to funnel millions of dollars to re-do part of the building and turn it into a new educational center. The museum has brought people in Albuquerque countless exhibits, from the Jim Henson display to the permanent collections, historical photos and […] → Read More

PNM: Rolling blackouts possible next summer

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Electricity in the state could be in short supply next summer. The San Juan Generating Station is set to shut down on October 1. The power projects planned to offset the loss, are not finished and may not be until 2024. The state is trying to avoid rolling blackouts next summer. “I’d much […] → Read More

Outrageous prices: Visitors say fair food is overpriced

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Despite the discount days at the fair, visitors will still want to take a lot of money with them. If you haven’t been to the fair yet this year, the food prices are getting crazy. The food is one of the biggest attractions at the fair, but if you plan on eating this […] → Read More

Federal warrant: Suspect in Blake’s murder had accomplices

Two women are now being accused of acting as his getaway drivers, not only in the murder but in another robbery days before. Now, investigating agencies are trying to figure out how to charge the women. → Read More

Man accused of repeatedly breaking conditions of release stays out of jail

This is the seventh time the District Attorney's Office has asked a judge to put Anthony Casiquito back behind bars, saying he's failing to comply with the rules by using drugs and drinking. → Read More

House party leads to deadly shooting: What happened to APD’s Party Patrol?

APD says much of the violence at house parties comes from teens and young adults who learn about the party on social media and show up uninvited, then get violent when they're asked to leave. → Read More

APD responds to apartment complex hundreds of times in 2022

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An apartment complex that is billed as a “one-of-a-kind living experience,” “The best-kept secret in Albuquerque,” is living up to that expectation, but likely not in the way tenants expected. The property on East Central has become an out-of-control hot spot for crime, prompting constant callouts for police and firefighters. Since January 1st, […] → Read More

Abandoned store brings problems to Albuquerque neighborhood

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – People living near San Pedro and Eastern in Southeast Albuquerque are fed up. They say they’ve complained about an abandoned convenience center time and time again and they’ve gotten no help from the city. Now they’re demanding answers. It was once a convenience store and gas station, but today it’s completely empty. […] → Read More

Albuquerque city pool upgrades will help conserve water

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s been a hot summer, and city pools say they’re close to seeing pre-pandemic numbers. Now they’re looking to make upgrades to the pools that will not only conserve water but save money. “The place people wanted to be was the pool,” said Josh Herbert, the City of Albuquerque Aquatics Division Manager. He […] → Read More

APD catches accused serial burglar after searching for 2 years

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Police have been looking for a suspected burglar for two years since he was let out of jail. Now the young man who’s accused of pulling off a wave of burglaries since then is finally back behind bars. Back in 2017, Devon Roybal was 17 years old when police nabbed him for breaking […] → Read More

VIDEO: Albuquerque residents follow drunk driver through neighborhood

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque man is facing charges after a fight that started with his girlfriend, then became a whole neighborhood’s problem. People living in a neighborhood near Isleta and Rio Brave told deputies someone in a grey truck had been speeding up and down their street all day long. Things went from bad to […] → Read More

Plea deal rejected for repeat DWI offender, case headed to trial

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – She has been arrested seven times for DWI and convicted twice. Tuesday she was going to plead to three of those DWI charges at once, but the judge rejected the plea deal saying it was too lenient. Now the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s office says the plea deal is off the table. Jennifer […] → Read More

Chronic speeding: Deming residents fear for their safety

DEMING, N.M. (KRQE) – People living along the main road in Deming are living in fear. They say speeders and drag racers are making their neighborhood a dangerous place. Dozens of videos show reckless drivers, flying down Pine Street in Deming. People who live along that street say they deal with speeding and drag racing all […] → Read More