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Low-income New Mexicans to get more help with utility bills

Stay Alert | Coronavirus Updates Audit reveals mishandled city funds in Las Cruces Judge rules state funding system for school building projects unconstitutional New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update Several New Mexico businesses sue governor over Public Health Order City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids Now Trending on KRQE.com WATCH: National Park Service releases body camera footage from Petroglyph

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Low-income New Mexicans to get more help with utility bills

Mega Millions, Powerball finish year with 2nd highest jackpots

Stay Alert | Coronavirus Updates Audit reveals mishandled city funds in Las Cruces Judge rules state funding system for school building projects unconstitutional New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update Several New Mexico businesses sue governor over Public Health Order City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids Now Trending on KRQE.com WATCH: National Park Service releases body camera footage from Petroglyph

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Mega Millions, Powerball finish year with 2nd highest jackpots

APD discusses efforts to combat property crime

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police Department Interim Chief Harold Medina held a news conference on Wednesday, December 30 to discuss efforts to tackle property crime. “Property crime accounts for 75% of all crime in Albuquerque, and we have dramatically reduced those crimes during the past three years,” said Chief Medina. Medina highlighted a 39% decrease in auto theft between 2017 and 2019. APD reports updated crime statistics will be released after the start of the new year. Medina attributed

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APD discusses efforts to combat property crime

Albuquerque police investigate shooting; Victim transported to hospital

Stay Alert | Coronavirus Updates Audit reveals mishandled city funds in Las Cruces Judge rules state funding system for school building projects unconstitutional New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update Several New Mexico businesses sue governor over Public Health Order City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids Now Trending on KRQE.com WATCH: National Park Service releases body camera footage from Petroglyph

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Albuquerque police investigate shooting; Victim transported to hospital

Audit reveals mishandled city funds in Las Cruces

Judge rules state funding system for school building projects unconstitutional New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update Several New Mexico businesses sue governor over Public Health Order City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids Paul Weir wants his Lobos to play as well as they practice 2 New Mexico lawmakers take seats early CARES money funds unemployment; not enough grants to cover all NM businesses

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Audit reveals mishandled city funds in Las Cruces

New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update

Stay Alert | Coronavirus Updates Several New Mexico businesses sue governor over Public Health Order City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids 2 New Mexico lawmakers take seats early CARES money funds unemployment; not enough grants to cover all NM businesses State fines churches for violation of Public Health Order Now Trending on KRQE.com Albuquerque looks to stop speeders with new traffic signal monitoring CARES money

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New Mexico health secretary to provide COVID-19 vaccine update

Caitlen Schneeberger sings original piece 'To Sing as We Rise'

City of Albuquerque, local businesses adjusting NYE plans Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids Paul Weir wants his Lobos to play as well as they practice 2 New Mexico lawmakers take seats early CARES money funds unemployment; not enough grants to cover all NM businesses State fines churches for violation of Public Health Order Grant's Tuesday Night Forecast Native American man tased while hiking at Petroglyph National Monument Film features landscapes across New Mexico

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Caitlen Schneeberger sings original piece 'To Sing as We Rise'

Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – During these times of isolation, the city is encouraging kids to stay connected with their elders through an essay contest. The Senior Affairs Department is hosting its annual ‘A Senior I Know’ contest for 1st through 5th graders. Kids are asked to interview a senior in their life then write about what they learned. In past years, submissions were only accepted through schools but this year, any child who falls within the age range can submit directly. The deadline to enter

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Senior Affairs Department holds annual essay contest for kids