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Past articles by Shellye:

Albuquerque diner business skyrockets after feature in 'Army of the Dead'

It's one of the most popular new movies, right now, out on Netflix, Army of the Dead and most of it was shot in Albuquerque. → Read More

Adoption fees waived because of overcrowding at Santa Fe Animal Shelter

If you are looking to adopt or foster a pet, the time is now. The Santa Fe Animal Shelter said they have more than 100 animals looking for their forever home. → Read More

Car rental companies facing inventory shortage

During the pandemic, companies sold off a lot of their cars because there was not enough demand, but with states now reopening and people wanting to hit the road once again, industry experts said the demand is high. → Read More

New Mexico State Fair looking to fill hundreds of positions

One of the biggest employers in the state in the summer months is now accepting applications. → Read More

More movie theaters set to reopen in New Mexico

Many movie theaters are reopening their doors after being closed for more than a year. → Read More

New Mexico Tourism Department ready to restart tourism campaigns

As more New Mexicans get vaccinated, the state moves toward getting back to normal. → Read More

Health care professionals concerned about revised mask requirements

More states are adopting the new CDC guidance, that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask, with very few exceptions. → Read More

New Mexican's react to no more masks announcement from CDC

The CDC announcement, once adopted in New Mexico, will bring change to the state, but we're not there yet. → Read More

Gas stations in NM not affected by Colonial Pipeline shutdown

Rising gas prices and fears of supplies running low has people racing to gas stations in the Southeast to fill up. → Read More

President Biden holds virtual meeting with Gov. Lujan Grisham, other governors on vaccination efforts

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham met today with President Joe Biden along with 5 other governors. They talked about the president’s goal of having 70% of all adults in the country partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July. → Read More

More businesses opening, expanding in the Duke City

Opening or expanding a business is never a walk in the park, especially when you're doing it in the middle of a global pandemic, with public health orders shutting things down. → Read More

Large entertainment venues in turquoise counties invite back more visitors

Movie premieres, summer concerts and professional sports are all making a comeback to New Mexico. → Read More

Isotopes make final preparations for a COVID-safe home opener

It feels like forever since New Mexican’s have been able to watch the Albuquerque Isotopes play at home. → Read More

Fire departments across New Mexico warn about risks of wildfires

With drought lingering in the southwest region of the country, fire departments in New Mexico are taking this chance to remind everyone of the risk and danger of wildfires. → Read More

Residents evacuated because of Three Rivers Fire thankful to have homes to return to

Hundreds of people are back in their homes after being evacuated because of the Three Rivers Fire. Residents said they are thankful to come back to see their neighborhoods still standing. → Read More

Three Rivers Fire evacuees remember devastating Little Bear Fire

As smoke filled the sky from the Three Rivers Fire, Elizabeth Gilbert, her family and many others prepared for the worst. → Read More

Places of worship welcome back 100% capacity for first time in more than a year

Even though the state said churches could allow everyone back, the Archbishop of Santa Fe is asking priests to limit the crowds and stay with the color-coded risk level their county is in, but others are ready to welcome back their congregation. → Read More

Behind the scenes look at and the local company behind it

When you register for your vaccination, who's on the other side of the screen? → Read More

Technical academy helping veterans translate military skills into civilian workforce

Transitioning out of military life can be challenging and a big part of that transition is finding a new career. → Read More

APS decides to move forward with outdoor graduation ceremonies for 2020-2021 school year

Albuquerque Public Schools' 2020-2021 graduating seniors will get an in-person ceremony this year. → Read More