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Past articles by Annalisa:

Local man who originally turned down armorer job on ‘Rust’ speaks out

As the armorer from the "Rust" movie set faces criminal charges for a deadly shooting, the man the production originally wanted to hire has spoken. Scott Rasmussen said he was offered the positions of prop master and armorer for the production of "Rust" but turned down the position due to concerns. → Read More

Restaurants still struggling to recover from pandemic, but optimistic

The industry is seeing signs they could be turning a corner. → Read More

Dr. David Scrase retires, reflects on time navigating pandemic

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Doctor David Scrase is known as New Mexico’s top doctor who led the state through the pandemic, even earning the nickname “New Mexico’s Dr. Fauci.” This month he officially retired from state leadership. KRQE’S New Mexico News Podcast talked to him about his time in the state, here are some highlights. Dr. […] → Read More

Mother and son duo study nursing at UNM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A mother and son duo are working to make a dent in New Mexico’s healthcare crisis with both of them pursuing nursing degrees at the University of New Mexico at the same time. Melissa and Brian Wyaco are from the Zuni Pueblo. They are not just mother and son, now they are […] → Read More

New Mexico State Police facing lawsuit after chase leads to car crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A high-speed chase in Albuquerque ended with a crash and a lawsuit against the New Mexico State Police. The driver and passenger of the truck that was hit both say the accident could have been avoided. Taylor Smith, the attorney representing one of the crash victims, says, “They were just hanging out, […] → Read More

Albuquerque couple married for more than 50 years shares story and love advice

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – This Valentine’s Day, an Albuquerque couple married for more than 50 years is sharing their secret to lifelong love. It was in Tucumcari in 1967 when then-19-year-old Lena met 21-year-old Glenn Braithwaite. “It was at a drive-in, we were circling almost hit head-on,” said Lena. “He was smoking a cigar, I […] → Read More

Albuquerque grandmother, granddaughter recovering from devastating crash

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque community is rallying around a local grandmother who is on a long road to recovery after a nearly life-ending crash. What was supposed to be a typical day for Pam Brownell and her 16-year-old granddaughter, Addison, turned into anything but. Pam was in Dallas, taking Addison to school when Addison’s […] → Read More

Forensic geologist, researcher come to New Mexico to investigate mystery stones

Nearly six years after KRQE introduced you to a mystery in northern New Mexico surrounding carved stone pillars, we may finally have some idea where they came from and who put them there. → Read More

Albuquerque business owner says retail theft ‘out of control,’ wants lawmakers to help

From break-ins and thefts to rocks being thrown, Duane Kinsley said his store – which has been in business for nearly 40 years – sees incidents now about four times a week. → Read More

New video shows what happened during 2022 fatal police shooting

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New, graphic video shows what exactly happened during a deadly police shooting in an Albuquerque arroyo last year. Court documents reveal why the man involved shouldn’t have been out on the streets in the first place. Officer: Stop the car! Albuquerque Police! Officer: Vehicle’s fleeing. John Withers took Albuquerque police on a […] → Read More

UNM, NMSU request capital outlay funds for athletic facility upgrades

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University are asking for millions of dollars from state lawmakers for upgrades to their athletic facilities. In this legislative session, UNM is asking for a total of about $13.4 million to help with about nine different projects. The requests include everything from tennis […] → Read More

City asks for capital outlay for Isotopes Park improvements

The city owns the facility while the Isotopes rent out and operate it. But ultimately, it's up to the city to keep the stadium up to big league baseball standards. → Read More

Bernalillo County requests millions from state for road projects

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – From north to south, Bernalillo County is asking for more than $17 million to help fund at least a dozen road improvement projects. One big item is $1.2 million requested to help with the Bridge Boulevard expansion. “Bridge Boulevard was the first constructed river crossing in the region and the original Route […] → Read More

Backlog of projects: New Mexico has $3.3 billion in outstanding capital funds

According to the latest numbers from the Legislative Finance Committee, the state has $3.3 billion in money from capital outlay projects approved over the last few years. → Read More

Ex-GOP candidate wanted “more aggressive” shootings at lawmakers’ homes

According to a criminal complaint, Solomon Peña paid Demetrio Trujillo $500 for a 'job' to shoot at four lawmakers' homes over the last month. Albuquerque police say Jose Trujillo and two brothers helped Demetrio Trujillo carry out the shootings. → Read More

Tiger cub found at crime scene temporarily at zoo, investigation ongoing

“It appears to be weaving in and out of people’s legs out somewhere at the BioPark. Drinking water and doing kind of tiger cub things,” said New Mexico Game and Fish Spokesperson Darren Vaughn. → Read More

FBI says felon had more than $100,000 worth of stolen items in home, storage unit

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The FBI is looking for a convicted felon they say had dozens of firearms and more than $100,000 worth of suspected stolen items. Detectives are looking for 51-year-old Leonard John Lucero after they found the items at his home and storage unit. “We have the obvious power tools and things that you […] → Read More

Sam Bregman addresses appointment as new Bernalillo County District Attorney

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – For the first time since being sworn in, Bernalillo County’s newly appointed District Attorney Sam Bregman addressed his role as Albuquerque’s top prosecutor during a news conference Wednesday. The high-profile private attorney turned public official, Bregman says he’s taking the role because he’s tired of sitting on the sidelines while Albuquerque deals with […] → Read More

Bricklight business owner speaks out after eviction notice

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A popular Albuquerque bike shop fought back after its landlord left an eviction notice on their door just a few days after Christmas. The eviction notice has since been canceled, but the shop owner is still speaking out hoping it could help another small business. The owner of The Bike Coop, Amanda […] → Read More

NMSU raises more than $100k for Quick Lane Bowl; fundraiser ongoing

People who could not actually travel to the game could still buy a ticket, which would then be donated to Detroit youth. The purchaser then gets autographed NMSU and bowl swag in return. → Read More