1. A bullet came through a woman’s bedroom wall from the apartment next door — and the neighbor who pulled the trigger from just feet away is now in big trouble. Tuesday night, while asleep in her bed at the Theta Apartments, Debra Roybal was shot in her hand.
2. Irreplaceable antiques gone overnight. A New Mexico church is devastated after thieves got away with the most valuable items in their church. The small church near Cochiti has a rich history. Members say some of the items that were stolen were one-of-a-kind.
3. Bernalillo County deputies are asking for help solving a woman’s grisly death. In May, the body of Marsha Bush was found dismembered on the side of Juan Tomas Road in the East Mountains. Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers is now offering a $1,000 reward for any information in the case.
4. A dry westerly flow will continue through the weekend limiting the number of storms across the state. Highs will jump into the mid to high 90’s in central sections and well over 100° for eastern New Mexico.
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5. The reason behind the extra foot traffic at the Rio Grande Zoo is black and white. Attendance numbers for the new the penguin exhibit’s first few weeks of operation show that calling the attraction a “hit” is an understatement.
The Evening’s Top Stories
- State attorney general files lawsuit against President Trump
- Deputies searching for New Mexico man accused of attempted rape
- US makes new push for graphic warning labels on cigarettes
- 3D printing manufacturer to bring over 100 jobs to Albuquerque
- Spaceport America opens its doors, shows guest experience
- UNM professor working on guidelines for emotional support animal certification
- Local officers escort children of fallen deputy to school
- Canteen Brewhouse debuts State Fair Pilsner