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  • WGAL
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Recent articles by Shellye:

Mountain West Conference will play 8 game football season

The Mountain West Conference has changed course and now says football will be played this Fall. → Read More

Roadrunner Food Bank gets big donation to help put food on families' tables

Families around New Mexico have been struggling to keep food on the table and the Roadrunner Food Bank has been doing what it can to help. → Read More

New Mexican's demand justice for Breonna Taylor

People in New Mexico are disappointed in the decision not to charge the officers in connection to Breonna Taylors death. → Read More

APD reports drop in crime stats

Albuquerque police said they've seen a drop in crime through the first half of 2020. → Read More

SFPS explains hybrid model learning during virtual town hall

Santa Fe Public Schools leaders are considering other options when it comes to keeping up with safe learning practices for their students. → Read More

Santa Fe man helps get homemade desks to kids for virtual learning

It was a race to set up virtual learning spaces for students getting ready for a new way of learning this fall. For some it was harder than others. → Read More

Gov. gives youth athletes green light for practice, skill development

It's been months of families cooped up in the house with little to do to stay busy. But Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said fall will be a different story. → Read More

Colleges, universities seeing decrease in fall enrollment

Even with public health orders still in place, students all over New Mexico packed up and headed back to campus, but we're finding out for many colleges and universities the number of students is not as high as they anticipated. → Read More

UNM Regent questions role of athletics at university

Whether it's the crowd at Dreamstyle Stadium or a packed game at the Pit, sports are a big part of the University of New Mexico. → Read More

NM movie theaters practicing CinemasSafe protocols while waiting for green light to reopen

Theaters throughout New Mexico are focusing on using CinemaSafe practices while waiting for the green light to welcome back movie fans. → Read More

Tiny home village opening pushed back

A community designed to give people a fresh start is behind schedule. Move in for the tiny home village being built in Albuquerque's International District is being pushed back. → Read More

Hundreds still left without power for nearly 72 hours

Some of the cities most vulnerable residents have been without power in their homes for almost 72 hours. → Read More

APD homicide unit investigating dozens of homicides

Right now, there are more than 70 investigations being handled by the Albuquerque police homicide unit, including the most recent, a double homicide on Labor Day. → Read More

Volunteers from New Mexico help clean up hurricane damage in Louisiana

More than 20 volunteers with New Mexico Baptist Disaster Relief are in Louisiana helping clean up storm damage. → Read More

From Gloomies to the Fire Spirit, performers brought different energy to the 96th annual Burning of Zozobra

The show must go on, just with a different spin on things. Because of the current public health order in place, the 96th Burning of Zozobra looked a little different, especially to the performers who've spent weeks making changes and perfecting a new way of doing things. → Read More

Local doctors skeptical about COVID-19 vaccines being released too early

Scientists around the world have been hard at work on a vaccine for the coronavirus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that day could come sooner than we think, with details about distribution for two COVID-19 vaccines. → Read More

Physicians warn against possible 'Twindemic'

As we head into the fall and winter months, local doctors are warning against facing not one, but two possible pandemics. → Read More

Old man gloom has a new voice

Many of us are reaching for similar things in this time of constant change, but with the burning of Zozobra just around the corner, some are saying change is good. → Read More

Second pandemic for Menaul School

COVID-19 is not the first pandemic Menaul School has been through, although it wasn't called a pandemic 100 years ago. → Read More

Air Resource Advisor helps analyze New Mexico haze

The Medio Fire, burning 5 miles north of the Santa Fe Ski Basin, has grown to more than 2,400 acres. → Read More