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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.
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
Late night police pursuit ends with arrests
The suspects refused to stop for police, even after the Albuquerque Police Department deployed a spike strip. The suspects didn't slow down until their tires blew out near Kit Carson Park.Rio Rancho man's book collection spans centuries
Mike Vincent pulls out a couple of Bibles not much bigger than decks of playing cards, one of them from the 1500s, the other from the 1600s, one in Latin and the other in French. Rio Rancho man's book collection spans centuries ALBUQUERQUE - Mike Vincent pulls out a couple of Bibles not much bigger than decks of playing cards, one of them from the 1500s, the other from the 1600s, one in Latin and the other in French.Albuquerque Museum exhibits New Mexico film history
The exhibit starts in the industry's earliest days without sound and then covers Westerns, TV shows and the Oscar-winning film "Crazy Heart," the Albuquerque Journal reported . After New Mexico put film industry tax incentives in place 12 years ago, "Santa Fe and Albuquerque began to blossom," said Paul Hutton, University of New Mexico history professor and curator.Lawmakera s idea would force drivers to yield to city buses
It's the law to stop for loading and unloading school buses. Now, one legislator wants drivers to yield to transit buses as they merge back into traffic.Chrisa Saturday Forecast
After a cold morning, temperatures will be a touch warmer this afternoon compared to Friday. More seasonable temperatures will be felt across the state today with Albuquerque making it back into the low to mid 50s while Santa Fe will top out in the mid to upper 40s.UNM to help develop skills for Young African Leaders
UNM has been chosen to be part of the Young African Leaders Initiative headed by the U.S. State Department. The program is set to for summer, where fellows will come to UNM to learn leadership, organizational and entrepreneurial skills.Dispute sparks over construction work at Albuquerque home
A woman is accusing a local chaplain of ripping her off. But he says he was just trying to help her, and now she's slandering his name.Las Vegas Optic editor resigns for Albuquerque Journal job
The northern New Mexico newspaper announced this week that Martin Salazar stepped down to take a job as a reporter covering Albuquerque City Hall and Bernalillo County. Landmark Community Newspapers Inc., the Optic's parent company based in Shelbyville, Kentucky, says Optic sports editor Dave Kavanaugh will serve as interim editor.Prosecutor won't retry Albuquerque police shooting case
In this Aug. 18, 2015, file photo, former Albuquerque Detective Keith Sandy, left, and Officer Dominique Perez speak with attorneys during a preliminary hearing in Albuquerque, N.M. A newly installed district attorney in New Mexico is expected to announce if he will retry the two former Albuquerque police officers charged with killing a homeless camper. Second Judicial District Attorney Raul Torrez has scheduled a news conference Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, to discuss the case involving the former officers.Albuquerque Sunport renovations set to begin after months of delays
The city says it's been 30 years since it's made any major renovations to the Sunport. And with 5 million people coming through every year these areas have seen better days.FBI: Man in Wal-Mart vest robs Albuquerque bank
Federal agents are searching for a man they say robbed a northeast Albuquerque bank while wearing a Wal-Mart vest. The FBI said Friday the man hit the BBVA Compass Bank 3500 Candelaria Road Tuesday around 1 p.m. Agents say he gave a demand note to a BBVA Compass Bank teller and made verbal threats before leaving with an undisclosed amount of money.Community Cupboard proves to be an unlikely source of help for those in need
It's a small box making a big difference. What started off as a social experiment is now helping dozens of people in need find food from an unlikely source.New Mexico panel backs special chile pepper license plate
This undated image provided by the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum shows one of three conceptual rendering of the proposal chile pepper license plate for New Mexico. With red and green chile saturating nearly every facet of life in New Mexico, a legislative panel on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, put its support behind a measure that calls for the creation of a special license plate adorned with the hot peppers.Vehicle break-ins fueling Albuquerque crime wave
Thieves are constantly combing the streets of Albuquerque checking for unlocked car doors and cracked windows. Stolen cars are a big problem in the city, however, vehicle break-ins are even worse.Vandals target high school baseball field in Albuquerque
Vandals, theft and some disturbing trash left behind has parents concerned for their kids' safety at a local baseball field. Jerry Lopez has two sons in the program, and he pitches in to do clean-up and repairs when necessary.Two arrests made after alleged road rage incident in downtown
Albuquerque police released lapel cam video of the aftermath at Eighth Street and Central Avenue early Thursday morning. Investigators say the vehicle driven by Chase Smotherman struck another vehicle on i-40.The Latest: New Mexico panel halts beer ban for DWI convicts
In this Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 photo, New Mexico wines are shown at an Albertsons grocery store in Rio Rancho, N.M. A new proposal would ban alcohol for New Mexico's repeat drunken drivers in what would make for one of the most restrictive DWI laws in the country. less In this Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 photo, New Mexico wines are shown at an Albertsons grocery store in Rio Rancho, N.M. A new proposal would ban alcohol for New Mexico's repeat drunken drivers in what would make ... more SANTA FE, N.M. - The Latest on 2:30 p.m. on a New Mexico proposal to ban alcohol for repeat DWI offenders : A Democratic-control House committee has tabled a proposal that would have banned alcohol for New Mexico's repeat drunken drivers.
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