Leadership NM accepting applications for next class

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Leadership New Mexico is accepting applications for its 2018-2019 Core Program and Connect New Mexico, The Next Generation of Leadership Program. Applications are available at www.leadershipnm.org or by calling 505-398-1500. Deadline for submission is March 15. The Core Program is a class of 40 to 45 leaders from the public, private, andRead More

New Mexico Republicans to resume effort to bring back death penalty

Rep. Monica Youngblood, R-Albuquerque Republicans will push to reinstate the death penalty when state lawmakers convene next week, setting up another clash over capital punishment nearly a decade after it was abolished in New Mexico. State Rep. Monica Youngblood, a Republican from Albuquerque, said Sunday she will file legislation allowing the death penalty for murdersRead More

2 Albuquerque men accused of breaking into elementary school

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Two men were arrested for breaking into an Albuquerque elementary school. The Albuquerque Police Department says late Saturday night they were called to Emerson Elementary School near Southern and Louisiana. Police found a front window had been smashed and say 28-year-old James Ortega and 30-year-old Andres Gonzales were running from campus.Read More

CFH Investment Partners Acquires Albuquerque Apartment Complex

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Dec. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — CFH Investment Partners, a private real estate investment firm based in Austin, Texas, has purchased Diamond Mesa in southwest Albuquerque from a private international investment company. The 456-unit, gated apartment community is located at 2300 Diamond Mesa Trail SW. This represents the group’s third acquisition in 2017. BuiltRead More

New Mexico Democrat vying for governor faces kissing accusation

An Albuquerque woman has accused a New Mexico gubernatorial candidate of trying to kiss her on her mouth at a social event. Marianna Anaya said the encounter happened earlier this year at a Wiffle ball game in Santa Fe that involved staff from the Democratic Party and the American Federation of Teachers. “While shaking handsRead More

Albuquerque woman has heart-warming visit with Santa

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Santa’s visit with an Albuquerque woman is one he will likely remember forever. Karen is a great-grandmother in the final stages of dementia, but her love for Santa over the years has gone unchanged. Karen’s family decided to take her to see Saint Nick on Saturday at the Haersock’s Photography StudioRead More

Lofton scores 22 as New Mexico State beats New Mexico 65-62

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Zach Lofton scored 22 points for New Mexico State and two potential tying shots hit rim and bounced away in the closing five seconds for New Mexico as the Aggies came away with a 65-62 win Saturday night. "It wasn’t a pretty game," New Mexico State coach Chris Jans said. "ItRead More

The Top Three Things To Do In Albuquerque New Mexico

If you are planning a trip to gorgeous Albuquerque, New Mexico, you are in for a real treat. This is an area filled with magnificent beauty and great people. The only problem with coming to Albuquerque is the fact that you just might not want to leave! And the fact that there is so muchRead More