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Recent articles by Brittany:

Santa Fe family showcases their annual Fiesta dress best

The Capshaw family has been throwing Zozobra parties for more than 70 years. → Read More

Sandia Prep moves classrooms outside to keep students safe

Sandia Prep moves classrooms outside to keep students safe → Read More

Pediatric vaccinations and check-ups down in New Mexico during pandemic

Health officials say the coronavirus pandemic is to blame → Read More

More spots open for students in Albuquerque community center program

City leaders say fewer families registered in the program than expected → Read More

Medio Fire has burned over 2,700 acres north of Santa Fe

The Medio Fire has been burning just north of Santa Fe for a week.The Santa Fe National Forest is getting additional crews and resources from fire teams traveling in from Nevada and Arizona to battle the flames. There are 232 total personnel working onsite. As of Tuesday night, the public information officer for the Medio Fire says over 2,700 acres have burned, and the fire is 18% contained.… → Read More

If you've recovered from COVID-19, local hospitals need your plasma

Doctors are using convalescent plasma to treat COVID-19 patients → Read More

Election officials fear coronavirus will cause a poll worker shortage

Election officials fear the coronavirus pandemic will impact → Read More

New Mexico Attorney General files lawsuit against Trump administration, U.S. Postal Service

Attorneys General from 13 other states are part of the suit, as well → Read More

APS goes back to school: How did day one of online learning go?

Some families are still waiting from Chromebooks, iPads, and other devices → Read More

City rolls out free child care to help working parents

22 community centers across Albuquerque will provide all-day programs → Read More

What will state testing look like for students this year?

What will state testing look like for students this year? → Read More

Two days to go: How Albuquerque families are preparing for online learning

The school district is still passing out Chromebooks to families who need them → Read More

What are the long-term effects of the coronavirus on your health?

A doctor at UNM Hospital says research is still in early stages → Read More

Charges dropped against Rio Rancho teen who fired gun at school

Joshua Owen is now released back into the community → Read More

Group fitness studios and classes scramble with the decision to reopen

The new public health order categorizes "group fitness classes" as "close-contact businesses" → Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Water rescue involving two people in Albuquerque

Albuquerque Fire Rescue and the Bernalillo County Sheriff's office were involved in a water rescue Friday night.This started in the Embudo Channel, near Washington Street and Cutler Avenue.AFR says two people were involved in the water rescue. One person was transported to the hospital. The status of the second person's condition has not been confirmed by first responders. KOAT's crew did see… → Read More

New Mexico's private and religious schools make plans for the fall

These schools do not need to abide by the Public Education Department's guidelines → Read More

"We're just here to help families": APS staff working to locate students who are homeless

The district believes hundreds more families may need help, due to the pandemic → Read More

Public health order to expire this week: What will this mean for New Mexico's restaurants?

Right now, restaurants are able to host outdoor seating at 50% capacity → Read More

How does the state determine who is "recovered" from the coronavirus?

There are two different methods for people who are showing symptoms, and those who are not → Read More