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Recent articles by Shellye:

Sawmill Market re-opens for patio dining

One of New Mexico's first food halls is back open for patio dining → Read More

What mask works best when exercising?

It's been two days since the governor's new order mandating masks while working out. Adapting has been harder on some than others. → Read More

RRPS discuss Fall reopening plans

School is supposed to start in just weeks and districts are making plans to keep kids and teachers safe. → Read More

Local author creates book profiling interesting places around Albuquerque

The book “Secret Albuquerque” is a guide to the weird, wonderful and obscure places around the city. → Read More

Long lines, led to long wait times for coronavirus testing over holiday weekend

On Monday, at the Balloon Fiesta testing site run by Presbyterian, the line to get tested was extremely long. → Read More

Can local law enforcement agencies enforce mask mandate?

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's announcement has many asking who's going to enforce the public health order that requires you to wear a mask? → Read More

Governor stiffens fine for violators of mandatory mask order

Part of the changes Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is making to the public health order include ramping up enforcement when it comes to wearing a mask in public. → Read More

ABQ city councilors withdraw paid sick leave resolution

Albuquerque small businesses are asking for a lifeline to stay afloat, but instead, they said they are getting weighed down even further with rules. → Read More

NM hospital visitation restrictions loosened

As New Mexico's reopening plan is at a standstill, hospitals around the state have moved forward with helping patients see their families. → Read More

Protesters demand action against APD use of force

Roads surrounding the Albuquerque Police Department headquarters were blocked off Thursday night as protesters demanded justice for two men killed this year by APD officers. → Read More

City sick leave ordinance raising concerns for small businesses

Two Albuquerque city councilors, Isaac Benton and Lan Sena want employers to pay pandemic hazard pay and paid sick leave, but some say that could be the end of small businesses in the city. → Read More

Old Town business react to new of postponement of Balloon Fiesta

Balloon Fiesta isn't just something businesses in Old Town look forward to, it's something that many rely on to keep their doors open. → Read More

Albuquerque city council members vote unanimously to declare Juneteenth an annual holiday

Juneteenth is one of the oldest celebrations commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, but more recently, it's now recognized by companies all around as an official holiday. → Read More

New Mexicans get ready for return of local sports

We have some good news for those of you that have been waiting for the return of local sports. Your wait is almost over. → Read More

Friend of protest shooting victim gives first hand experience from

Videos of Monday night's shooting near the Albuquerque Museum in Old Town are pouring in from all different angles, and people who were there are speaking out. → Read More

Can plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients benefit current patients?

As health leaders continue to work on a vaccine to fight COVID-19, some are looking toward alternatives. → Read More

Breweries prepare for indoor dining service

New Mexicans will finally be able to sit down inside and enjoy their favorite local beers, but with some changes. → Read More

New Mexico breweries join na 'Black is Beautiful' campaign

New Mexico breweries have joined the national fight against systematic racism. It's a pledge that started in San Antonio, Texas and now includes 550 breweries around the world. → Read More

APD chief joins National Pledge for Police Accountability

The Albuquerque police chief has joined dozens of other police chiefs across the country in a pledge for police accountability. → Read More

Popular pizzeria closes West Downtown location after dealing with ART, coronavirus shutdown

As Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham continues to loosen the public health order to let more businesses open, many are not returning. → Read More