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About: albuquerque, new mexico

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
Police identify victims fatal crash near Santa Rosa

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. State police identified the four people killed in a multi-vehicle accident caused by a blown tire near Santa Rosa Wednesday evening. On Thursday, NMSP Lt.

Judge: Albuquerque police owe damages, fees in shooting case

A state district judge says the Albuquerque Police Department owes damages and fees to a law firm for withholding documents related to the 2014 shooting death of a woman during an auto-theft investigation. The Albuquerque Journal reports that the amount the department will have to pay has yet to be determined, but Judge Nancy Franchini said Wednesday the department must produce the documents that had been requested under the Inspection of Public Records Act.

NW Albuquerque schools alerted due to bear sighting

Albuquerque Public Schools officials briefly kept students at the Volcano Vista and Cibola High School clusters indoors after a nearby bear sighting. "We wanted to let you know that we are taking extra safety precautions and keeping students indoors today after reports of a bear sighting in Northwest Albuquerque," said a note sent to parents from APS.

25 hippies and a fire truck: Winnie Maggiore reflects on 44 years in EMS

Nearly 50 years ago, W. Ann "Winnie" Maggiore and two friends from Brooklyn squeezed bodies and belongings into a dented, high-mileage, pacific-blue Karmann Ghia and headed west. "It was the summer of love," says Maggiore.

Police investigate man found with gunshot wound in southeast Albuquerque

Officers responded to Alvarado Drive near Kathryn and San Mateo after 2 a.m. where they found a man dead with an apparent gunshot wound. KRQE.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

APD to graduate 18 police service aides in latest class

A group of 18 new Albuquerque Police Department police service aides will graduate from the academy during a ceremony Thursday. According to APD, there are 17 native New Mexicans among the graduates and one born in Mexico before becoming an American citizen.

Man previously charged in teena s murder joins lawsuit against APD

A man charged with murdering Manzano High student Jaydon Chavez-Silver, then cleared, is joining a lawsuit to sue the Albuquerque Police Department. Earlier this year, Christopher Cruz filed the suit.

Albuquerque astronomer traveling for eclipse

Jim Greenhouse, the space science director at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, is making a final check before he heads out of town. In order to fully experience next Monday's eclipse, Greenhouse leaves this weekend toward what's called the path of totality -- an area throughout the United States where Monday's eclipse will be seen head-on.

Los Lunas police searching for missing 11-year-old girl

Police say 11-year-old Esperanza Marie Gonzales left her grandmother's house with her mother Natasha Nicole Martinez for a three-hour visit around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. However, the mother did not return with the girl at the end of those three hours.

Video shows woman fleeing from officer trying to arrest her

Recently released video shows what happened when an Albuquerque Police Department officer tried to arrest two suspects in a truck last month. The incident happened at a Motel 6 along Central Avenue.

Meetings slated about proposed Abq Ride route, schedule changes

The proposals focus on underperforming routes and those that "need enhanced service." For example, one idea would make downtown Albuquerque a modified free fare zone.

Around Town: Back To School With Yelp

Our around town expert Howie Kaibel, joined New Mexico Living to talk about going back to school with Yelp Albuquerque . At Yelp, you can find the best local places to find school supplies, such as Lakeshore Learning Store, Teacher Heaven, New Mexico Clay and Artisan Santa Fe.

If You Could Place Only 1 Bet on "The Next Big Thing"...

In this Motley Fool Money podcast segment, host Chris Hill, Million Dollar Portfolio 's Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger, and Total Income 's Ron Gross ponder an interesting hypothetical question from a podcast listener: Among hot future-looking trends such as driverless cars, augmented reality, virtual reality, electronic payments and the war on cash, renewable energy, and healthcare, if you had to choose just one to invest in, which would it be, and why? Thank goodness one doesn't have to choose, but they give it a go. Chris Hill: From Rod Nixon in Albuquerque, N.M.: "I discovered your show earlier this year and really enjoy your discussions on the topics you cover.

Associations appeal to NM Supreme Court over proposed sick leave ordinance

Voters in Albuquerque will vote on a controversial issue come this October. Should all of the city's employers be required to give their workers paid sick leave? On Friday, Judge Shannon Bacon ruled that the paid sick leave ordinance will be on the October ballot.

#abq4ward: New risk assessment tool designed to set bond more fairly

When someone in your city is accused of a violent crime, you would feel better if they sat in jail, right? But what about innocent until proven guilty? Bernalillo County judges are looking closely at research suggesting cities across the country have created repeat offenders by jailing first-time defendants. Now New Mexico's Second Judicial District courts are using a formula to help decide if a suspect gets pretrial release.

Victoria Martensa grandparents file lawsuit against Albuquerque Police

The grandparents of 10-year-old Victoria Martens says she would still be alive if Albuquerque Police did their jobs. A lawsuit against the Albuquerque Police Department and the city claims police dropped the ball and lied about it.

APD tact plan implemented at Bel Air Park; three arrested

According to the Albuquerque Police Department, Bel Air Park in northeast Albuquerque has had an ongoing problem with people selling drugs. That's why detectives started a tact plan to address it.

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