• State film boom has potential to sustain demand By KOAT   -   Jul 18, 2019

    STATE FILM BOOM HAS POTENTIAL TO SUSTAIN DEMAND

    Film office officials say film permits have tripled

  • Gladiators celebrate second straight championship By KOAT   -   Jul 18, 2019

    GLADIATORS CELEBRATE SECOND STRAIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

    Team wins back-to-back CIF Champions Bowls

    Bowling
  • State Land Office provides lease records to AG's office for Epstein investigation By KOAT   -   Jul 18, 2019

    STATE LAND OFFICE PROVIDES LEASE RECORDS TO AG'S OFFICE FOR EPSTEIN INVESTIGATION

    In 2018, Epstein paid the State Land Office $1,476 to lease nearly 1,200 acres of agricultural land for livestock grazing at his Zorro...

  • New ART buses back on Central, APD warns drivers By KOAT   -   Jul 18, 2019

    NEW ART BUSES BACK ON CENTRAL, APD WARNS DRIVERS

    A little bit of progress in the long delayed ART bus project. For the second time, the city is bringing buses back to Central Avenue.

    Art
  • By KOAT   -   Jul 18, 2019

    FEDERAL JUDGE VACANCIES PUTTING STRAIN ON IMMIGRATION CRIMINAL COURTS

    There are seven district court judges in New Mexico. With two on semiretirement, that leaves two vacancies, which means a larger caseload...

  • The Heat is On! By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    THE HEAT IS ON!

  • 'Human connection saved me': Homeless teen gets full ride to college By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    'HUMAN CONNECTION SAVED ME': HOMELESS TEEN GETS FULL RIDE TO COLLEGE

    18-year old living in his car gets college scholarship, and a new ride.

  • MDC rolls out new tablet system for inmates By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    MDC ROLLS OUT NEW TABLET SYSTEM FOR INMATES

    The Metropolitan Detention Center has rolled out a new tablet system that provides tablets to inmates.

  • Multiple unsolved crimes linked to 1990 cold case By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    MULTIPLE UNSOLVED CRIMES LINKED TO 1990 COLD CASE

    Jenny Zitricki's killer was finally found after three decades

  • 4 dogs dead due to heat-related conditions By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    4 DOGS DEAD DUE TO HEAT-RELATED CONDITIONS

    Four dogs died in the past few weeks due to heat-related conditions, according to the Nebraska Humane Society.

  • INSIDE THE 505: Age of Comics By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    INSIDE THE 505: AGE OF COMICS

    Comic book lovers will find a little bit of everything at Age of Comics in Albuquerque.

  • Good news for phone addicts: Germ expert says bringing your phone to the bathroom isn't gross By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    GOOD NEWS FOR PHONE ADDICTS: GERM EXPERT SAYS BRINGING YOUR PHONE TO THE BATHROOM ISN'T GROSS

    As long as you don't do this after.

  • 'You're heroes in our eyes:' family says to men who saved their infant and child By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    'YOU'RE HEROES IN OUR EYES:' FAMILY SAYS TO MEN WHO SAVED THEIR INFANT AND CHILD

    The family who's infant and child were dropped out of a window from a burning apartment building were reunited with the two men who...

  • Heat builds into the weekend as storm chances take a few days off By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    HEAT BUILDS INTO THE WEEKEND AS STORM CHANCES TAKE A FEW DAYS OFF

  • TRAFFIC ALERT: Coors Blvd. closed at Ellison due to deadly crash By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    TRAFFIC ALERT: COORS BLVD. CLOSED AT ELLISON DUE TO DEADLY CRASH

    Coors Boulevard at Ellison is closed Wednesday morning due to a fatal pedestrian crash.

  • First CNM student-brewed beer available in Albuquerque By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    FIRST CNM STUDENT-BREWED BEER AVAILABLE IN ALBUQUERQUE

    Sidetrack Brewing Company and students in the Brewing and Beverage Management Program at Central New Mexico Community College collaborated,...

  • Phony Ferraris, 'Shamborghinis' seized at Brazil factory By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    PHONY FERRARIS, 'SHAMBORGHINIS' SEIZED AT BRAZIL FACTORY

    Police said the cars were being offered on social media for $45,000 to $60,000 - a small fraction of the price of the real thing.

  • New type of drones could catch criminals in the act By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    NEW TYPE OF DRONES COULD CATCH CRIMINALS IN THE ACT

    Former Albuquerque police chief is testing new drone technology that can give police a bird's eye view within seconds.

    Technology
  • Does giving cops mental health training keep everyone safe? By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    DOES GIVING COPS MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING KEEP EVERYONE SAFE?

    Twenty times a day, Albuquerque Police Department officers encounter someone suffering with mental illness.

    Health
  • Cops find success focusing on suspects, not victims in domestic violence cases By KOAT   -   Jul 17, 2019

    COPS FIND SUCCESS FOCUSING ON SUSPECTS, NOT VICTIMS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES

    A state study shows on average city police officers respond 22 times a day to someone who is being battered, abused or threatened by...