UFC fighter Holly Holm wins against Yana Santos
17 Views ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – UFC fighter Holly Holm won her fight Saturday night. Afterward – while speaking to the media – she made some comments that are making headlines nationwide. The Albuquerque native decided to share her thoughts on young children being targeted.
New Mexico Game and Fish clarifies ‘bear hugger’ job opportunity
20 Views NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish wants to clarify a social media job post they made earlier this month. The department’s post, looking for “professional bear huggers,” gained a lot of popularity. The department wants to clarify the position is actually for conservation officers.
Food is Hope at Casa de Peregrinos
11 Views Las Cruces, NM – On this edition of PUENTES a la comunidad, bridges to the community, host Emily Guerra spoke with Casa de Peregrinos Executive Director, Lorenzo Alba Jr., about recent cuts to the U.S. Government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and its effects on the community and their local emergency food pantry.
‘Rust’ shooting prosecution faces another setback
11 Views On Monday, Judge Mary L. Marlowe Sommer ruled District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies cannot co-counsel the trial. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico’s criminal case against Alec Baldwin in the ‘Rust’ shooting faced another blow in court Monday. State District Judge Mary L. Marlowe Sommer ruled that District Attorney Mary Cormack-Altwies cannot co-counsel the case.
NMSU introduces new head coach for men’s basketball program
18 Views On Sunday, New Mexico State University held a press conference introducing the university’s new men’s basketball coach. During the press conference, the new head coach of the men’s basketball program Jason Hooten said that he’s happy to be inheriting the program.
Bill bringing New Mexico students healthy lunches awaits signature
17 Views NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – There is a bill that would bring healthy meals to all students in New Mexico. It’s expected to be signed into law Monday.
Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire claims hotline now open
15 Views SANTA FE, N.M. — FEMA now has a hotline open for people to get various information about Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire claims and the agency’s claims office. Claims office team members will answer questions about office locations, office hours and general claims office and process information.
Ski Santa Fe extending their season
11 Views With spring around the corner, Santa Fe Ski says they’re extending operations before the snow melts away Ski Santa Fe has announced they are extending their season to April 16. Management is happy about it, and the people are definitely happy about it.
Bull riding stampedes into The Pit
11 Views Colton Fritzlan wins three-day long invitational The most dangerous 8 seconds in sports came to Albuquerque with the Ty Murray Invitational as part of the Professional Bull Riding “Unleash The Beast” tour. It was a near sold out crowd all three days of the event.
What is Biden’s infrastructure law promising in New Mexico?
42 Views NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A key push in Biden’s administration has been an investment in infrastructure across the U.S. Now, more than one year after Biden’s infrastructure bill became law, what has New Mexico gotten out of the deal?