Madison Conner, KRQE News 13

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KRQE News 13

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Past articles by Madison:

Burn scar flooding still prevents New Mexico man from returning home

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A man living in Cleveland, New Mexico has not been able to return home to his ranch since April of 2022. The Hermit’s Peak Calf Canyon fire tore through the area and flooding made his road impassable. Now, the flooding is already starting up again. Isidro Archuleta has lived on his ranch […] → Read More

Building of former popular BBQ spot gets new owners

The building off Yale and Avenida Cesar Chavez used to be the home of the popular BBQ joint, Quarters. It's been vacant for about a year, that is until now. → Read More

University of New Mexico introducing accelerated nursing program

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The University of New Mexico is looking to solve a statewide problem by creating an additional nursing program that would cut course time and get nurses out in the workforce quicker. The accelerated bachelor of science program is geared towards students who already have a bachelor’s degree in a science related subject. Officials […] → Read More

Los Alamos National Labs receives grant to study pathogens

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A group of scientists at Los Alamos National Lab are using New Mexico resources to search and study pathogens, like what we saw in the COVID-19 pandemic. Inside the doors at the Museum of Southwest Biology are close to 12,000 tissue samples that scientists like, Romero-Severson, who works for Los Alamos National […] → Read More

UNM Children's Hospital caring for boy with rare disease

"These people have become like family." | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Cemetery takes extra precautions to protect park

While several groups fight to keep a city-sanctioned homeless camp away from their neighborhood, one is taking matters into its own hands. They are increasing security to help combat the homeless issue. → Read More

New Mexico chile farmer calling it quits

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A renowned New Mexico chile farmer has called it quits, but he is not leaving the chile business completely. Glen Duggins has been farming in Lemitar, New Mexico for the past 39 years, growing everything from alfalfa, hay and chile. Over the last few years between lack of water and lack of […] → Read More

Habitat for Humanity building unique home for first time homeowners

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity is in the middle of working on six new homes in the San Jose neighborhood in Southeast Albuquerque. It’s giving one homeowner the chance to achieve a life-long dream that will last for generations. Keke Hodges is just a few months away from moving into her […] → Read More

New Mexico students working on documentary focused on mental health

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – While a bill aimed at bringing mental wellness rooms to schools makes its way through this legislative session, a group of students are doing their part to showcase why they think it’s needed. Students at the New Mexico Academy for the Media Arts are putting together a documentary, inspired by a class […] → Read More

Emergency payments ending for New Mexicans with SNAP benefits

Starting in Mach, New Mexicans who receive SNAP benefits will go back to getting their regular allotments, and will not receive the extra emergency payments anymore. → Read More

Learn to Skate program expands in Santa Fe, helping kids with disabilities

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A Santa Fe family is helping kids with disabilities get involved in ice skating, by donating thousands of dollars to a local skating club. Natalia Henry fell in love with ice skating at a young age, changing her life. Natalia has Down Syndrome, and her family wants to give back and […] → Read More

Firearm storage bill moves forward in New Mexico Legislature

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – One bill is making progress in the New Mexico Legislative Session, despite not passing in 2022. House Bill 9 or Bennie Hargrove’s bill, named after the 13-year-old Washington Middle School student that was shot and killed in 2021 by a fellow student, has reached a milestone. The bill has passed in the […] → Read More

House lawmakers push for mental wellness rooms statewide for schools

“Parents were stressed about if could they pay for rent or mortgage, how were they going to feed their family if they couldn’t go to work. All of these things were also carried on the backs of children, our youth,” said Rep. Herndon. → Read More

Albuquerque’s graffiti numbers on the rise

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Graffiti pops up around Albuquerque overnight, it’s a never ending problem that keeps the solid waste department busy. For a few years, there appeared to be a dip in the number of graffiti site clean ups. The job of a graffiti tech is never really over, but with a quick spray of […] → Read More

Harrison Middle School teacher keeps the tradition alive with mariachi music program

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Harrison Middle School students are keeping the tradition alive, filling the halls with guitars strumming and the sound of trumpets coming from the mariachi class. The program has been going on for two years. Music teacher, Isaac Hidalgo, has been around mariachi music since he was about the same age as his […] → Read More

Lawmakers look to ease path for student athlete endorsements

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Legislators are trying to clean up the wording on a bill aimed to make paying college athletes easier. New Mexico college athletes can already legally get paid for endorsements but now three lawmakers want to ease the path for sponsors and students. Senate Bill 94 passed in 2021 allows college athletes to […] → Read More

Filmmakers to show trailer for Hermit's Peak-Calf Canyon Wildfire documentary

Giving the community a sneak peek at what they've seen as the story continues to unfold. Showcasing disaster, loss, and a tale of resiliency. → Read More

Albuquerque Public Schools Clothing Bank collecting item for students

The 'Show You Care With Underwear' clothing drive started at the beginning of the month and helps meet a need the department has noticed among APS students completely anonymously. → Read More

Popular New Mexico campground won’t open for the 2023 season

The Enchanted Circle campground in Angel Fire has been voted as a top campground in New Mexico for the last four years, but this season, they won't get to open for campers. → Read More

New Mexico State University ranks nationally for its animation program

NMSU's program has been ranked in Animation Career Review. Rankings like this help the school recruit more students to the program, and they've gotten so much interest they now have to turn away applicants. → Read More