Kalyn Norwood, KOAT.com

Kalyn Norwood

KOAT.com

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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New Amazon air cargo facility coming to the Sunport?

According to the nearly 70-page agreement, the Sunport would lease about five acres of land to Amazon. In return, they’d get thousands of dollars annually. → Read More

Thousands turn out during first few days of early voting in Bernalillo County

As of Monday afternoon, the clerk said about 6,000 voters in the county had voted and that's trending higher than the last local election. Many said the big topics on the ballot like who's going to be Albuquerque’s next mayor brought them out. → Read More

Is it safe for kids to go trick-or-treating this Halloween due to COVID-19?

A home in northeast Albuquerque is already preparing for visitors. We ask the head doctor with the New Mexico Pediatric Society about what parents should do, especially for kids who can't get vaccinated yet. → Read More

What's next with Albuquerque speed vans?

People are weighing in on the city council's recent decision to bring speed vans back. One person said they have almost gotten hit walking and believe the cameras are a good idea. → Read More

'It’s the busiest we’ve ever been' l Albuquerque hotel sold out for 1st Balloon Fiesta weekend amid staffing shortage

Hotel Parq Central near downtown is buzzing thanks to Balloon Fiesta and in need of more workers. → Read More

Presbyterian Hospital redesigning elements of $170 million tower

For Presbyterian, this new tower couldn't come at a better time. → Read More

NMPED pushes for more student testing after sharp drop during pandemic

The PED is now encouraging all schools to test students, so they can learn where they stand and combat any learning gaps. This part of a strategy to catch students up. → Read More

Personal photographer to President Bush talks of images he captured on 9/11

Eric Draper was the personal photographer for President George W. Bush on September 11, 2001. → Read More

Attending burning of Zozobra in person? Here's what you need to know

This year, a maximum of 10,000 tickets will be sold. Organizers made some changes due to the current health concerns. → Read More

Afghan refugees arrivals will be tested for COVID-19, offered vaccines

White House officials told KOAT on Friday everyone arriving from Afghanistan will be tested for COVID-19. They'll also be offered vaccines, but they’re not mandatory. → Read More

Albuquerque megachurch not enforcing masks indoors, defying New Mexico's public health order

Calvary Church's head pastor said people can come mask or not. This isn’t the first time they’ve gone head-to-head with the state. → Read More

A majority of UNM students are back on campus for the first time since spring 2020

But there are new rules. The university is working to keep the campus open with mask and vaccine mandates. → Read More

New Mexico State Police officers to help Albuquerque tackle crime

The operation comes after conversations between state and local leaders looking to address the problem. This week, the city broke the record for homicides in a year, and it’s only August. → Read More

The public debates on whether children should wear masks in New Mexico schools

Rio Rancho elementary students are back in class with masks, while the Portales community debated if they were going to break PED guidance. → Read More

New concerns for the vaccinated as Delta variant spreads in New Mexico

Dr. David Gonzales said he's seen a fair number of tests among the vaccinated come back positive. → Read More

Albuquerque police to hold town hall as fentanyl abuse rises among teens and young adults

Just over a week ago, the state announced the number of fentanyl-related deaths had doubled in New Mexico, and now Albuquerque Police say the greatest concern is among teens and young adults. → Read More

Los Lunas Schools holds first meeting with new board members

New beginnings for the Los Lunas School District, as the school board held its first meeting after the state suspended all five previous members. → Read More

Former player speaks after Los Lunas coach arrested for sexually explicit messages with teen

New details were revealed Monday about a Los Lunas High School coach accused of exchanging sexually explicit messages with a teenage girl. → Read More

New Mexico saw a 129% increase in fentanyl related deaths in pandemic last year, health officials say

New data from the New Mexico Department of Health show in 2020 the number of fentanyl overdose deaths doubled in New Mexico compared to the year before. → Read More

New Mexico pediatrician seeing rise in sick children and kids

New Mexico pediatrician seeing rise in sick children. → Read More