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Located in the central part of the state, the Sandia Mountains run along the eastern side of Albuquerque, and the Rio Grande flows through the city, north to south. Built in the traditional Spanish village pattern, a central plaza is surrounded by government buildings, homes, and a church. This central plaza area has been preserved and is open to the public as a museum, cultural area, and center of commerce.

Population: 521999
Local Newspapers: Albuquerque Journal
Local Sports Teams: Albuquerque Isotopes (Triple A Baseball) New Mexico Thunderbirds (NBA D-League) University of New Mexico (Lobos)
Local Colleges: University of New Mexico National American University Trinity Southwest University

Zip Codes associated with albuquerque, new mexico: 87102 87104 87105 87106 87107 87108 87109 87110 87111 87112 87113 87114 87116 87120 87121 87122 87123 87124
Towns/Cities near albuquerque, new mexico : North Valley Corrales South Valley Los Lunas Belen Moriarty Edgewood

Albuquerque News
Dangerous pursuit ends with woman's arrest, BCSO says

Bernalillo County deputies say a woman driving a stolen vehicle crashed into cars and nearly ran over pedestrians during a pursuit. Deputies say it began when they spotted Melissa Owens on San Mateo in southeast Albuquerque driving a stolen Honda Civic.

Elderly, disabled residents likely to be out of apartment complex for days after fire

A fire forced dozens of elderly, disabled, and wheelchair-bound residents from their Albuquerque apartment complex and they likely won't be able to go home for days. Jose Fernandez was just a few doors down, watching TV when a neighbor alerted him to what was going on.

Albuquerque mayor pushes police to clear rape kit backlog

Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, left, discusses the city's backlog of untested evidence kits from sexual assault investigations at a news conference in Albuquerque on Wednesday. Keller has signed an executive order requiring police to develop a plan by mid-March to clear the city's backlog of several thousand rape evidence kits.

Albuquerque parent helps vandalized preschool

Rep. Javier Martinez along with Rep. Moe Maestas are sponsoring a constitutional amendment that would put more money into early childhood education. Rep. Martinez says that additional dollars toward early childhood education is the most effective means of curbing crime as an early way of social intervention.

Hawkes family settles wrongful death suit with city, former officer

The family of a woman killed in a police shooting has settled a lawsuit filed against the City of Albuquerque and the former officer who pulled the trigger. Shannon Kennedy, the attorney for the Mary Hawkes family, confirmed to KOB the settlement on Wednesday afternoon.

FILE - In this Dec. 29, 2011 file photo, a car approaches a sobriety...

In this Dec. 29, 2011 file photo, a car approaches a sobriety checkpoint set up along a busy street in Albuquerque, N.M. A prestigious scientific panel is recommending that states significantly lower their drunken driving thresholds as part of a blueprint to eliminate the "entirely preventable" 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in the United States each year.

Man accused of hitting, killing homeless man wants out of jail

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. The man accused of intentionally hitting and killing a homeless man with his car, is expected in court Wednesday. Attorneys for Christopher Pino are once again attempting to get him released from jail as he awaits trial.

Kristena s Wednesday Morning Forecast

WEDNESDAY: A very cold start to the day with morning temperatures below freezing in most locales. Despite the brutal morning lows, we'll kick off a warming trend today with afternoon highs climbing into the 30s, 40s and 50s across the state .

After delay, city says bonuses will be paid to new officers

They were promised a lot to come protect the streets, but KOB learned some new Albuquerque Police Department officers still hadn't received bonus checks and moving expenses after months on the force. Within about a half hour of KOB's phone calls to APD and Mayor Tim Keller's office on Tuesday, the Albuquerque Police Officers Association was assured the delayed payments are back on track.

AFD extinguishes apartment fire; residents evacuated

A two-alarm fire prompted dozens of elderly and disabled residents to evacuate an apartment complex in northeast Albuquerque Tuesday evening. Although the fire was confined in one apartment, Albuquerque Fire Department spokesperson Melissa Romero said the blaze caused water damage to the entire 16-unit complex on the 1100 block of Texas Street near Wyoming and I-40.

APD: Man killed in police shooting was armed, charged at officers

Four officers, 17 bullets, eight seconds. That's all it took for five people's lives to change on Jan. 7. During a Tuesday news briefing, Albuquerque police say Daniel Saavedra broke into the Luna Lodge Apartments near Central and Zuni shortly before midnight.

APD releases new details on fatal officer-involved shooting

Albuquerque Police just released more information about a deadly officer-involved shooting at a southeast Albuquerque apartment complex two Sundays ago. Police said the suspect, 24-year-old Daniel Saavedra-Arreola, threatened officers on the scene with a knife and a metal pipe.

Albuquerque man arrested for 7th DWI pleads not guilty

Joe Montano, 46, was pulled over for speeding on Eubank near Constitution in November. When police tried to arrest him at a 7-Eleven parking lot, Montano bolted.

ABQ Nosh Fest celebrates Jewish heritage

People of all ages and backgrounds packed the Embassy Suites Hotel this Sunday for the first annual Jewish food festival. Dubbed the ABQ Nosh Fest, the event featured over 40 different food vendors and a variety of activities for the whole family, including a photo booth, a kids' zone and a football "playoff zone," courtesy of Baillo's Electronics.

Mimi Stewart elected Senate majority whip

State Sen. Mimi Stewart will replace fellow Albuquerque Democrat Michael Padilla as Senate majority whip, elevating her to a leadership position for the first time after 23 years in the New Mexico Legislature. Senate Democrats, meeting behind closed doors Monday, chose Stewart to replace Padilla, who Senate Democrats voted to remove from the post because of an old sexual harassment case that took place before he was elected to the Senate.

UNM student shoots for Miss Black USA title

Shyla Lavalle hopes to focus on black womanhood and awareness of black mental health in her 2018 campaign as Miss Black USA in preparation for the pageant this August. Lavalle, a third-year University of New Mexico student majoring in Public Communications and Africana Studies, received her title and crown as Miss Black New Mexico in August of 2016 and has held the position since.

MLK Day parade marches through Albuquerque

Albuquerque commemorated Martin Luther King Jr. Day by participating in a parade on Jan. 13 held by the Dr. MLK Jr. New Mexico Commission in honor of the 50th year anniversary of his passing. The parade began around 11 a.m. at the end of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue near the University of New Mexico and ended at Civic Plaza in Downtown Albuquerque.

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