Allison Martinez, KRQE News 13

Allison Martinez

KRQE News 13

Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Past articles by Allison:

Former UNM professor pleads no contest to inappropriately touching student

A now-former UNM professor accused of groping a student on the job pleaded no contest to the charges Wednesday as part of a plea deal. What's more, prosecutors and the judge let him off with probation, and the charges could be wiped from his record. → Read More

Albuquerque couple finds evidence of a squatter living in their camper

An Albuquerque couple got quite the surprise over the weekend. They found evidence of a squatter living inside their camper and they suspect he's been there for weeks. → Read More

AFR saves former police officer suffering heart attack with LUCAS device

Monday morning, a retired police officer who nearly died after having a heart attack, got to meet the Albuquerque Fire Rescue team that helped save his life. → Read More

State asks suspect in officer-involved shooting be held until trial

New details have been released about one of two recent State Police officer-involved shootings in Albuquerque. This as the suspect appears in court. → Read More

Victim hospitalized following shooting in Albuquerque South Valley

A woman is in the hospital following a shooting at a major shopping center in Albuquerque's South Valley. → Read More

MRCOG interactive map feedback to help future transportation plans

The local government agency that helps decide which major transportation projects will get done in the Albuquerque area is asking for your suggestions in a newer, easier way. → Read More

Thieves burrow through Nob Hill business; owners call out Mayor on crime

An iconic Albuquerque business in Nob Hill is fed up with crime. They were hit this weekend after burglars tore through one of their walls to get in. → Read More

Albuquerque's first subdivision hosts historic homes tour

A not-so-hidden gem in Albuquerque is now wearing its past as a badge of honor. KRQE News 13 got a behind the scenes look on restoration projects bringing the Huning Highland neighborhood back to its former glory. → Read More

'Forever a Lobo': Memorial ceremony held in honor of UNM baseball player

Lobo baseball had its first game since the murder of one of their players one week ago. However, before the games started, the community, players, and the opposing team celebrated Jackson Weller's life with a tailgate and memorial ceremony before the game. → Read More

City plans community meeting to help residents identify 'drug houses'

Albuquerque police want help identifying the growing problem of drug houses around town. Officials hope getting community members on board with their plan can curb the issue. The city is holding a community meeting on the problem Thursday night. → Read More

Buyer Beware: Puppy dealer falsifies records, sells sick dog

An Albuquerque family who bought a puppy off Craigslist found out just hours later the puppy was dying and the vet records were forged. The family hopes this serves as a warning to anyone buying a pet online. → Read More

Teammates gather to remember UNM baseball player who was fatally shot

The search is still on for the person who shot and killed a UNM baseball player in Nob Hill over the weekend. Monday, his teammates remembered him. → Read More

Edgewood animal sanctuary seeks assistance after paperwork mistake

A paperwork mistake has left a wildlife nature park in Edgewood in a big bind. Now, they need your help with donations and volunteers to keep this hidden gem a float. → Read More

Albuquerque man fed up with homeless camps near his property

A North Valley man is getting a little tired of his backyard view. He used to see a nice grassy field. Now, he has to look at a line of homeless camps, and he claims the city won't do anything about it. → Read More

Rio Rancho car show displays USPS truck to honor slain mail carrier

The 19th annual Park at the Park in Rio Rancho Saturday was a big hit. There were plenty of cool cars in the fleet, but one ride stood out from the crowd -- a United States Postal Service truck honoring the mail carrier gunned down earlier this week. → Read More

Grants police officer arrested for DWI on I-25 in Albuquerque

A New Mexico police officer is now out of a job after she was pulled over on I-25 by the state's number one DWI cop. → Read More

Albuquerque to help influx of asylum seekers crossing Southern border

New Mexico is at the forefront of the immigration crisis at the border. Now, the city of Albuquerque is preparing to welcome hundreds of asylum seekers passing through. → Read More

Family identifies kid who died in fire, classmates mourn their friend

New details are being released about the 10-year-old boy found dead at the Sierra Meadows apartment complex after Tuesday's fire. Friends say he went to school with them at Mitchell Elementary. → Read More

Parks and Rec to reseed local park after infestation of foxtails

They can take over your lawn, but they can also be a danger to pets. Now, after a few wet months, people in Albuquerque are starting to see foxtails pop up all over town, including a popular city park—something the city's not used to dealing with. → Read More

Family visiting Albuquerque discover loaded gun in their rental car

It was a strange and shocking end to their vacation in New Mexico. → Read More