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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
Gas meter ruled out as cause of apartment fire

Investigators have ruled out at least one cause of Sunday's apartment fire that left nearly 30 people homeless in southeast Albuquerque. Families reported hearing a gas meter explode during the fire, but investigators say that was not how the fire started.

Suspicious package investigated in downtown Albuquerque

Police responded to downtown Albuquerque Tuesday night over reports of a suspicious package at the Dennis Chavez Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse. C.J. Russell, a fugitive recovery agent who was at the scene of Sixth Street and Gold Avenue, told a KOB news crew that a man broke through a security line of a film production and threw a bottle at a guard.

Rebranded housing aimed at students hurting for tenants

Hundreds of 911 calls, and an ownership change. An Albuquerque apartment complex geared toward UNM students has seen it all in just four years.

'I couldn't breathe': Match Day emotions run high as U. medical students are placed into residencies

Following a lifetime of preparation and four years of scrupulous training, Douglas Chan had finally opened the letter informing him where he would have an opportunity to begin his career in psychiatry. But Chan was still filled with anticipation and anxiousness as he waited for one more moment of truth: Where would Taylor Ford, his girlfriend studying pediatrics, be doing her own medical residency? Would the two of them be placed close together? "I couldn't breathe," Chan told KSL.

Rennie Sparks of The Handsome Family chats about music, their career and more ahead of Norwich show

We had a chat with Rennie Sparks of The Handsome Family ahead of their show at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 20. Husband and wife songwriting duo Brett and Rennie Sparks are better known as the musical brains behind Americana outfit the Handsome Family. Hailing from Albuquerque, New Mexico, the band return to Norwich for a show at The Waterfront following a sellout appearance at The Arts Centre last year.

New Mexico produces less chile in 2017

Agricultural experts are placing the blame on a lack of labor and a persistent drought that has forced farmers to shift priorities. New Mexico produces less chile in 2017 Agricultural experts are placing the blame on a lack of labor and a persistent drought that has forced farmers to shift priorities.

Mimbres Regional Arts Council Announces Lineup for Silver City Blues Festival

More than a score of local businesspeople met at Q's Bistro Wednesday evening to learn about the plans for the upcoming Silver City Blues Festival in May. After a short social session, during which C.W. Ayon played the blues, Maureen Craig, President of the Board of MRAC spoke to the group, many of whom have been long-time sponsors of the Festival. She talked about the work being done to get ready for the festival.

Students in NM, elsewhere plan school safety walkouts

Students across the country plan to walk out of class Wednesday and stay out 17 minutes to remember the 17 lives taken in the Florida school shooting. Hundreds of New Mexico students plan to take part.

Santa Fe mayor continues city's sanctuary goal

Alan Webber says the future of Santa Fe is one of "compassion and respect and sanctuary for every member of our community." New Santa Fe mayor continues city's sanctuary goal Alan Webber says the future of Santa Fe is one of "compassion and respect and sanctuary for every member of our community."

Rep. Sarah Maestas Barnes not running for re-election

A Republican state lawmaker representing a swing district on Albuquerque's west side says she won't run for re-election. In her announcement she won't campaign to retain her House District 15 seat, Rep. Sarah Maestas Barnes endorses Albuquerque City Councilor Brad Winter for the position she will vacate.

Wife horrified with funeral home's treatment of her husband's body

There is no pain like the loss of a loved one. The days after a death are a blur of emotions, and people trust funeral homes to give an opportunity to say the final goodbyes in the best way possible.

Mayor receives Senior Games host city plaque

The national senior games will be held in Albuquerque next year. On Tuesday, Mayor Tim Keller received an official plaque recognizing Albuquerque as the host city.

Amid police staffing woes, how well protected are Albuquerque schools?

As KOB has reported many times, multiple units within the Albuquerque Police Department suffer amidst the agency's staffing concerns. But according to the union, there are 80 percent less school resource offices on the force than eight years ago.

Parents of baby adopted by APD officer to graduate from rehab facility

Albuquerque Police Officer Ryan Holets gained national attention after adopting the baby of a drug-addicted homeless couple last year. "It was really nice that he did that, too bad there is not more people like that out there," said Charles Chavez of Albuquerque.

Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team heads to ABQ

They do that through such acts as hosting Thanksgiving Dinners for Albuquerque Public School Families in need, and supporting many members of the US Armed Forces -- active, retired, disabled and homeless. RCTI hosts many fundraising dinners and tournaments for charitable organizations.

Senior killed by rolling rock

An 81-year-old man is dead after being hit by a boulder during a rock slide Sunday near Okanagan Falls, according to the RCMP. "On police attendance, officers observed a large boulder on the road as well as a deceased male on the property above the road," RCMP spokesman Cpl.

Two of 3 suspects arrested after bank robbery, police chase

Two suspects are in custody and police are searching for a third following a bank robbery and police pursuit on Highway 401. The drama began at about 1 p.m. Monday when a bank in Courtice, Ont., was robbed at gunpoint of an undisclosed amount of money.

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