ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Pit was turned into a mass vaccination site just over a week ago, but the University of New Mexico will be pausing COVID-19 vaccinations next week due to a reported shortage in vaccine doses.
“This is a public health order inspection, not a fire inspection or fire code inspection,” Albuquerque Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Gene Gallegos said. There’s a list of requirements each school needs to check off to make sure it’s safe for kids and teachers to return. The fire marshal will play a part in getting kids back […]
CARLSBAD, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico State Police gave an update on an officer-involved shooting near Carlsbad Wednesday. Authorities were searching for 29-year-old EJ Kincaid who was wanted for a parole violation and absconding. An officer attempted to pull him over near Mermod and Walnut when Kincaid took off.
Carrizozo, NM – On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, agents with the New Mexico State Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit received information from the United States Marshals Service that two wanted violent fugitives were driving through New Mexico. The fugitives were identified as Tracy Brown, 57, and Diana Thomas, 47, both of Bismarck, Missouri.
SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – A top priority during the legislative session is finding ways to boost the state’s economy. Lawmakers are introducing a bill they said would accomplish that by driving more government contracting dollars to local businesses.
Governor Lujan Grisham started the State of State with what sounded like a motivational speech, telling New Mexicans this last year wasn’t easy. “My budget calls for an 800% increase in funding for suicide prevention services and programs for both youth and adults mental health care is healthcare,” she said.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- UNM Hospital staff cheered as a four-year-old girl was released after a month’s long battle with COVID-19. Stella spent more than five months in the Pediatric ICU, according to a tweet from UNM Health Sciences.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — An economic relief package is taking shape at the New Mexico Legislature as a Senate panel endorsed a $600 rebate to low-income workers and a separate bill that would waive licensing fees on liquor stores. Residents of New Mexico who earned up to $31,200 during 2020 would be eligible for […]
The Las Cruces City Council, serving as the Tax Increment Development District (TIDD) Board of Commissioners, received updates on Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 regarding projects in the downtown TIDD. Later, when convened for a City Council Work Session, the Council was updated on the General Obligation (GO) Bond Projects.
Just as fast as doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are coming in to the state of New Mexico, they’re also going out. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Just as fast as doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are coming in to the state of New Mexico, they’re also going out. “We really did review the CDC recommendations for what we […]