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Albuquerque Journal

Albuquerque Journal

7777 Jefferson St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109   Directions

(505) 823-3800


Feds: Sword, machete and broomsticks used in Dulce torture, homicide
02/21/2019 3:02pm

SANTA FE Allister Danzig Quintana, 25, of Dulce, appeared in federal court in Albuquerque Wednesday on murder and kidnapping charges in a case in which hes accused of torturing his male victim using a variety of weapons. Quintana, initially charged last year, now faces a superseding indictment that includes counts of first-degree murder, kidnapping

MMA: Holm-Nunes won’t happen on May 11
02/21/2019 2:51pm

Anywhere but Brazil. Lenny Fresquez, Albuquerque MMA fighter Holly Holms agent, on Thursday confirmed online reports that negotiations for his client to fight UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes in Brazil on May 11 have fallen through. The three sticking points, Fresquez said: location, location, location. Nunes is from Brazil, a country in which Brazilian fighters

Michigan woman dies in I-40 crash near Clines Cornes Wednesday
02/21/2019 2:48pm

A Michigan woman was killed in a rollover crash on Interstate 40 east of Albuquerque on Wednesday. Sharon Kay, 74, of Sherwood, Mich., died in the crash that happened around 8:45 a.m. on eastbound I-40 near mile post 221, east of Clines Corners, according to New Mexico State Police. Based on the initial investigation, State

Crime Stoppers: Thief uses pepper spray in Uptown robbery
02/21/2019 2:05pm

Authorities are looking for a couple who robbed an Uptown-area retailer recently, spraying an employee in the face with pepper spray before taking cash and merchandise. The incident happened Feb. 14 at the Sunglass Hut, according to a Crime of the Week news release issued by Albuquerque Metropolitan Crime Stoppers. According to Crime Stoppers, employees

Brigade of volunteers vow to bring aid to Venezuela’s needy
02/21/2019 1:32pm

CARACAS, Venezuela As President Nicolas Maduro deploys missiles and infantrymen to Venezuelas borders bracing for what he claims is U.S. coup plot disguised as humanitarian aid, his opponents are rallying their own troops. Nurses, doctors, engineers and homemakers have volunteered by the thousands to distribute the food and medicine in the face of a

Albuquerque The Magazine

Albuquerque The Magazine

1550 Mercantile Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107   Directions

(505) 842-1110


Pass the Dark Chocolate
10/21/2016 9:11am

Winter is coming and the chill in the air may induce hibernation mode in all of us. In addition to pumpkin spice and everything nice, one staple that wouldnt make curling up with the blankets quite complete is hot chocolate. And in fact, a recent study says it may actually be good for you, but

We’re Heading to Cuba
10/15/2016 1:10pm

Good news for folks whove always wanted to get their hands on Cuban cigars and rum. The Obama administration announced a new round of executive actions surrounding Cubas trade and travel today. As long as its for personal consumption, travelers are now able to purchase unlimited amounts of Cuban stogies and libations. But theres a

Looking for Some Inspiration?
09/30/2016 6:32pm

Its time for the weekend, and sometimes the urge to do nothing and stay in is just too great. Your motivation is gone, and you just want rest. Although you may need some R&R, you may want to look at how you perceive your locus of control. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and Albuquerquean tells

A Plane, A Party, A Park Festival
09/23/2016 6:44pm

While we all know that Facebook is a time waster, a new study suggests that it could alsodo you some good. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University found thatpeople sending youpersonal messages through the site can up your happy factor.But,according to the study, simplyscrolling through feeds doesnt have the same effectthe messages must be personalized to

Chile-Meets-Chocolate, Pizza for A Cause (and More)
09/16/2016 4:20pm

Germaphobes, rejoice.Researchers at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., found that bacteria can spread to the foodyoudropped on the floor in less than one second, according to astudy published inApplied and Environmental Microbiology. The five-second rule is a significant oversimplification of what actually happens when bacteria transfer from a surface to food, says Donald Schaffner,



1130 University Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102   Directions

(505) 277-2121


New Digital Translator Signals Go Online in Farmington and Aztec
02/11/2019 5:04pm

NEW MEXICO PBS Will Continue To Be Seen Digitally On Channel 5.1 Public Television Station KNME / New Mexico PBS New Digital Translator Signals Go Online Wednesday, Feb. 13 In Aztec & surrounding areas Continue reading New Digital Translator Signals Go Online in Farmington and Aztec The post New Digital Translator Signals Go Online in Farmington and Aztec appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Black History Month on New Mexico PBS
01/31/2019 11:47am

New Programs Premiere FEB. 2 FEB. 27 New Mexico PBS broadcasts programming created by and about African Americans year-round, engaging viewers in an exploration of American history. Additionally, in February, New Mexico PBS presents Continue reading Black History Month on New Mexico PBS The post Black History Month on New Mexico PBS appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

New 4 – Part Series GROWING NATIVE
01/04/2019 11:33am

New 4 Part Series GROWING NATIVE Takes Viewers On Adventures Throughout Indian Country Premieres on Ch. 5.1 Monday, 1/7 at 9:00 pm Repeats Sunday, 1/13 at 11:00 am Through conversations between different episode Continue reading New 4 Part Series GROWING NATIVE The post New 4 Part Series GROWING NATIVE appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

FNX Programming Highlights – January 2018
01/01/2019 7:00am

Fighting Indigenous Imprisonment Wednesday January 2nd at 9PM Pastor and former prison guard Uncle Isaac Gordon has declared war against the scourge of Indigenous imprisonment. He fights to build a healing center to overcome Continue reading FNX Programming Highlights January 2018 The post FNX Programming Highlights January 2018 appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.

Discovery Awaits in the SciGirls After-School Programs
12/10/2018 7:00am

The words Eww and cool were heard over a pair of dark, slimy bovine kidneys laid out on the table. Each of the girls were given purple gloves and blue gowns, and encouraged to touch Continue reading Discovery Awaits in the SciGirls After-School Programs The post Discovery Awaits in the SciGirls After-School Programs appeared first on New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV.



3801 Carlisle Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107   Directions

(505) 884-7777


ACLU threatens to sue district after awards for 'Big Booty,' other physical traits given to cheerleaders
02/20/2019 11:10am

The awards, allegedly handed out during a banquet attended by about 150 people, poked fun at cheerleaders bodies.

Father dies trying to save two of his children trapped in house fire, family says
02/20/2019 6:54pm

The father of three brought his 9-year-old son to safety before going back into a burning home to find his older children, a family member said.

'They were so loved': Family devastated after father, 4 daughters die in house fire
02/16/2019 5:50am

The lone survivor of the blaze, a 13-year-old girl, was hospitalized.

Every film that's won Best Picture at the Oscars
02/27/2019 1:27pm

Take a trip down memory lane with these Oscar classics.

Shocking video shows several people hurt by bull during 'cowboy pinball' game
02/21/2019 2:48pm

When hed come out, he hit the first individual, he was a decent-sized guy. He went flying. Then he turned around and hit the other gentleman, and he went flying, a witness said.



13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104   Directions

(505) 243-2285




13 Broadcast Plaza SW
Albuquerque, NM 87104   Directions

(505) 797-1919


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New Mexico Daily Lobo

201 Yale Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106   Directions

(505) 277-5656


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