ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque cancer survivor is among those featured on Kraft products being circulated nationwide.
Kraft has teamed up with several other companies including Smith’s to raise $3 million for cancer research, detection and treatment.
The funds donated will stay in the communities where customers and associates affected by cancer live.
Albuquerque Smith's employee JoAnne Garcia will be featured on the Giving Hope a Hand website and on Kraft cheese products.
Gracia found a lump in 2012 and later learned it was cancer. She is still undergoing treatment.
Her message to others it's OK to cry and be angry as long as you keep fighting.
An emotional mother is still waiting for answers about what happened to her missing daughter.
The federal jury weighing a life or death sentence for convicted killer John McCluskey has announced it couldn't reach a decision.
New details about the two New Mexico men arrested Tuesday for the murder of a Texas woman.
They are two coaches building their respective football programs.
It was a Food Network show that inspired some students at Sandia High School.
Albuquerque will soon be getting a new library, the first one built here in decades.