Sara Yingling, KRQE News 13

Sara Yingling

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Sara:

CNM and Cultivating Coders partnership brings coding opportunities to more teens

A local college wants to connect more people to New Mexico's digital workforce. They're hoping to help get teens, especially in underserved communities, jobs in the field of coding. → Read More

Despite district growth, APS says energy consumption is down

Albuquerque Public Schools says its spending less on energy costs, despite the district growing and adding more schools. → Read More

New Mexico Film Office offering free training classes

As the film industry continues to grow in New Mexico, so does the need for people to work on movie sets. The New Mexico Film Office wants to help people living in the state get these jobs. → Read More

Local, state, federal law enforcement agencies hold women recruitment event

New Mexico law enforcement agencies want more women to work for them. Numerous organizations from around the state are teaming up to hold the first-ever recruiting event tailored just for females. → Read More

Local doctors find ways to ease depression in dialysis patients

Doctors say living with chronic illness can open the door to depression. Now, two local doctors who were recently published in a national journal say they've found a new way to help people with the overlap. → Read More

La Cueva HS orchestra representing New Mexico at national festival

In just a few hours, a local high school orchestra will be making history. They'll become the first public school from New Mexico to qualify for a national competition.      La Cueva High School Camerata has been preparing for this day for a year. They say they're more than ready to represent New Mexico at the National Orchestra Festival. → Read More

Albuquerque teens to be first members of Adams State men's swim team

This fall, four Albuquerque teens are not only starting college in Colorado but becoming part of a new era for a sports program. → Read More

Albuquerque teens to be first members of Adams State men's swim team

This fall, four Albuquerque teens are not only starting college in Colorado but becoming part of a new era for a sports program. → Read More

Numbers down for bus trip to Mountain West tournament

Fan attendance is not only down at the Pit, so is interested in filling up seats for the annual trip to the Mountain West conference tournament. → Read More

Local company preserves pieces of New Mexico history in unique way

Parts of New Mexico's history are coming alive in a unique way. One local company says something as simple as saving wood is not only preserving the past, but it's even finding a second life on the big screen. → Read More

APD makes arrest in road rage incident

Police say a man was shot in the face last week in the area of Jefferson and Cutler during a road rage incident. Now the accused suspect is waking up behind bars. → Read More

Albuquerque indie rock band hope to inspire colored woman through music

Fresh off of their album release party, one New Mexico band is now preparing to head to Austin to perform at South by Southwest. → Read More

Officials want to build new arena on state fairgrounds

Officials say they are finally wrapping up a study to potentially build an arena in one part of the Albuquerque metro. → Read More

UNM dorms to become pet-friendly

It's no surprise that being around pets can have many benefits on a person's well-being; from reducing stress to increased happiness. Now, one New Mexico institution is looking to capitalize on that, by becoming one of the first colleges in the nation to allow pets in dorms. → Read More

Classes resume at Cleveland High School following shooting

Students at Cleveland High School will head back to school Wednesday, the first time after a student fired a gun inside of the school nearly one week ago. → Read More

Westside Albuquerque, Rio Rancho get hit hard with snow

The area hit the hardest with snow Tuesday was Albuquerque's westside and Rio Rancho. → Read More

Bernalillo County Metro Court to wed dozens of couples on Valentine's Day

Thursday, dozens of couples will head to the courthouse to tie the knot, marking Valentine's Day as their wedding day. The 9th floor of the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court will be converted into a welcoming wedding venue, complete with flowers and dcor. → Read More

Local artists create music video, hope to inspire other creative minds

The work of several local artists is attracting the eyes of thousands all around the world and on social media. → Read More

Tractor Brewing Co. to host inaugural 'South by New Mex'

In three weeks, hundreds of musicians will start making their way to Austin for a huge music festival. → Read More

UNM student developing technology to save lives of firefighters

A UNM researcher is continuing his work on life-saving technology for firefighters. It's an innovative system to guide those first responders around hazards they can't see, all while they're busy putting out flames and saving lives. → Read More