1. A border funding bill providing funding to communities helping migrants is headed to the president’s desk. The measure provides about $4.6 billion for border security.
2. Investigators have raided a New Mexico mayor’s home, and her city hall offices, looking for evidence that she steered business to her boyfriend’s construction company to line both of their pockets.
3. High pressure will slide over the state for the next few days. Despite this there is plenty of moisture to support afternoon storms through the weekend.
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4. A big sewer line project expected to take months is frustrating drivers in downtown. It has people wondering why the work is taking so long, and why the Water Authority couldn’t do it from a less busy intersection.
5. The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a homicide in southwest Albuquerque. Deputies discovered two individuals with gunshot wounds and a third, deceased victim.
The Evening’s Top Stories
- Water Authority seeks input on repurposing water tank site
- Memorial service to be held for slain mother, daughter
- High court keeps citizenship question off census for now
- Justices: Partisan gerrymandering none of our business
- Santa Fe approves long-term casita rentals
- Pine Lodge Fire burns approx. 12,484 acres in Lincoln National Forest
- Stolen symbol? Wichita uses Zia look-alike on city flag
- Albuquerque Isotopes join KRQE Cares for ‘Storytime in the Park’
- New cancer treatment center opens on Navajo Nation