Madison Conner, KRQE News 13

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KRQE News 13

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With warm temperatures, Monday is calmest day of the week

Highs will be within a couple of degrees or right on par with record highs for places like Roswell, Tucumcari, and Las Vegas. → Read More

Mild temperatures and sunny skies Friday

This cool air is short-lived as high pressure builds into the desert southwest. → Read More

Cooler temperatures on the way out as warm-up sneaks in for the weekend

We’ll see significant warming as temperatures soar 10-15 degrees above average with the warmest numbers found east of the mountains again. → Read More

Winds pick up throughout Thursday

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – It’ll be a much cooler day statewide as November temperatures finally arrive. We’ll hit the lower 60s into the Rio Grande Valley Veterans Day under sunny skies. A backdoor cold front arrives later Thursday night into Friday. This will keep the cold air in place for another day east of the mountains, […] → Read More

Sunny but chilly Thursday morning

We’ll hit the lower 60s into the Rio Grande Valley this Veterans Day under much sunnier skies. → Read More

Race for Albuquerque’s mayor takes center stage on Election Day

The heated race is expected to be a close one between incumbent Mayor Tim Keller, Bernalillo County Sheriff Manny Gonzales, and talk show host Eddy Aragon. → Read More

Expensive fight leads up to voters’ decision on stadium bond

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It is Election Day and today, voters will be hitting the polls to make sure their voices are heard. For two groups, their fight comes down to Tuesday. Will voters say yes to the controversial bond funding a massive, $50 million soccer stadium in Albuquerque? One group’s been calling for voters to […] → Read More

New Mexico farmers face multiple hurdles getting pumpkins out in time for Halloween

RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – From fungus to extreme drought and even supply chain issues, pumpkin growers and sellers across the U.S are facing some big hurdles to get pumpkins out before Halloween. That includes here in New Mexico, but local farmers are facing some different issues. “Right now there’s a shortage of pumpkins, a perceived […] → Read More

Trash strewn, Albuquerque cemetery again becomes target of vandalism

Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery believes the person responsible is homeless. → Read More

New Mexico farmers get water access cut off early for second year in a row

The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District voted for the second year in a row to cut off water access an entire month early due to the drought. → Read More

New Mexico man with Alzheimer’s drives 552 miles from home, gets plane ride home

The man who wishes not to be named has Alzheimer's, and left home for a cigar somehow a quick drive turned into an eight-hour trip to Hood County, Texas. → Read More

Santa Fe couple steps in to recycle and repurpose glass in the area

Chris Bogle and his wife, Shelby Kaye are not only recycling glass, they are also re-purposing it into beautiful works of art. → Read More

City to host Company’s Comin’ neighborhood cleanup ahead of Balloon Fiesta

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – We are just days away from the kick-off of the 49th International Balloon Fiesta. That also means the official clean-up of the metro area. As thousands of spectators gather to look to the sky, those same eyes will be looking at the sights around Albuquerque. “We try to get neighborhoods to organize a […] → Read More

Local businesses struggle to make things work amid plastic shortage

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – You can now add plastic cups and takeout containers to the long list of items in short supply this year. That’s due to not only the pandemic but the winter storm that hit Texas earlier in 2021. Throughout the pandemic, the Burrow Cafe, in Northeast Albuquerque has relied heavily on takeout materials. “We […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

UNM graduate has zero student loan debt thanks to 529 savings plan

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – It’s never too late to start planning ahead, especially when it comes to money and how to make high education more affordable. Something Haley Phillips knows firsthand but for her, it’s never too early to start saving. Phillips is a second-grade teacher in Albuquerque. She knew she wanted to be a teacher at […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Local small business owner looks for ways to make it through the year

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Although restrictions were loosened for a few months, some small businesses are still struggling from the harsh conditions during the pandemic. Those months of closed doors and restrictions took a big hit on small businesses in the state. “2021 I remember being real excited to put 2020 behind us and it was looking […] → Read More

Albuquerque woman voices concerns for real estate signs left behind after home sold

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – After the election, politicians have ten days to get signs down, but what about home for sale signs after they’ve been sold. “There’s two on one end of the street and there’s another one on the other end of the street,” said Barb Boyle. Selling your house can be a stressful time for […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Albuquerque woman voices concerns for real estate signs left behind after home sold

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – After the election, politicians have ten days to get signs down, but what about home for sale signs after they’ve been sold. “There’s two on one end of the street and there’s another one on the other end of the street,” said Barb Boyle. Selling your house can be a stressful time for […] → Read More

Santa Fe couple donates millions to local arts organizations

A local Santa Fe couple is doing everything they can to keep the arts alive here in New Mexico, donating millions of dollars to keep them funded. → Read More

Balloon Fiesta concerns as COVID cases rise and restrictions tighten

The 49th International Balloon Fiesta is still a go for now. "Our focus is really on how can we launch this event and stage this event successfully," said Tom Garrity, spokesperson for the Balloon Fiesta. → Read More