City of Albuquerque to pay $712,000 to business owners for lost revenue from ART project

ALBUQUERQUE: A commercial landowner says it was a costly mistake for the city of Albuquerque, and now, taxpayers are paying for it. We’ve heard from businesses along Central over the years complain about losing business because of the ART project.For years, business owners and drivers have been complaining about the ART project, especially when it … Continue reading City of Albuquerque to pay $712,000 to business owners for lost revenue from ART project

Chile season in full swing throughout the State

ALBUQUERQUE: Chile season is described as the most wonderful time of year for many New Mexicans."We are special in New Mexico because nobody but nobody, including Colorado, can't beat us flavor and heat," said Michael Quintana who was buying chile Friday at The Fruit Basket.Roasting started in mid-July and is expected to continue through mid-September."We … Continue reading Chile season in full swing throughout the State

Man who escaped from Colorado prison 46 years ago was living in New Mexico under fake name, FBI says

SANTA FE, N.M. A man who escaped from a Colorado state prison in 1974 is now back in custody, 46 years later.The FBI has announced that Luis Archuleta, 77, also known as Lawrence Pusateri, was arrested Wednesday. Authorities found him in Española, NM, where he had been living for almost four decades under the name … Continue reading Man who escaped from Colorado prison 46 years ago was living in New Mexico under fake name, FBI says

New mexico businesses have closed

Closed businesses for COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, closure sign on retail store window banner background. Government shutdown of restaurants, shopping stores, non essential services. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. A new report shows just how many businesses are having to close down because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Yelp recently released their Q2 Yelp Economic Average report, and found that nationally, … Continue reading New mexico businesses have closed

Lawsuit over business closures heads to New Mexico Supreme Court

The New Mexico Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Aug. 4 on whether the state can fine businesses that violate emergency public health orders spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.A number of businesses sued Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and two Cabinet secretaries in May, when many stores were still closed because of the state's public health … Continue reading Lawsuit over business closures heads to New Mexico Supreme Court

New Mexico restaurant vandalized with racial slurs; police investigating as a hate crime

A hate crime investigation is underway after vandals defaced the walls of a Santa Fe, New Mexico, restaurant with white supremacist messages and racial slurs, local authorities reported.The vandals also ransacked some of the restaurant's furniture.India Palace restaurant owner Baljit Singh found his eatery defaced with phrases like "White Power," "Trump 2020" and "F--- BLM" … Continue reading New Mexico restaurant vandalized with racial slurs; police investigating as a hate crime