Copyright © 2017 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — New Mexico will spend far less money this summer helping children brush up on their math and reading skills. And the cuts won’t fall evenly. Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Los Lunas are among the districts hit hardest by reductions in state funding
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – PNM officials say power has been restored to the thousands of customers affected by an outage Tuesday. More than 3,700 customers were affected by the outage. PNM says the outage was caused by lightning. Power has been restored to all Albuquerque customers. The cause was lightning.
The Associated Press and KOB.com Web Staff ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – Officials in New Mexico’s largest city are urging people to attend public fireworks displays instead of purchasing fireworks this July Fourth. They pointed to triple-digit temperatures and dry conditions as reasons for the increased fire danger along Albuquerque’s stretch
Destinations Like its painted desert landscapes, New Mexico is always different, always mysterious. And just when you think you’ve figured it out, it shifts suddenly like powdery silicate in a wind gust at White Sands National Monument, or the enigmatic native American art in the light of a setting sun,
Eddie Garcia ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The City of Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center and the New Mexico Beekeepers Association are gearing up for the Burque Bee City and Pollination Celebration, which is set for June 18. Amy Owen, a Beekeepers Association board member, said a specially made a “bee hotel”
KOB.com Web Staff ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — On Memorial Day Monday, people everywhere remembered the men and women who protected America’s freedoms with their own lives. All over the state, New Mexicans paid tribute to this nation’s true heroes. Hundreds of people attended the ceremony at the New Mexico Veteran’s Memorial
Morgan Aguilar ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Beer enthusiasts from New Mexico and beyond will be ready to taste what Albuquerque has to offer when the seventh annual Albuquerque Beer Week starts Thursday. Organizers expect about 12,000 people to attend one of more than 100 events spread across 11 days. “We start
Please install the latest Adobe Flash Player Plugin to watch this content. CIMARRON, N.M. (KRQE) – Could it be a message left by some of New Mexico’s first explorers? A set of mysterious stone pillars found in the state’s remote northern forest has sparked that question. They’re carved stone pillars