1.A violent night in Albuquerque leaves five dead and six wounded in three separate shootings. The deadliest took place around 9 p.m. where police were called to a home near Bridge and Goff. Three people were found dead and another was taken to the hospital but died after arriving. Two other people from this scene were taken to the hospital but are expected to recover. Around the same time in northwest Albuquerque, a shooting at an apartment near Ladera and Unserkilled one person and two others injured. One of those victims drove to the Walmart at Coors and I-40. Earlier, at 7:30 police say they found a man shot in the neck after confronting a couple who broke into a neighbor’s apartment. So far, there have been no arrests in any of the shootings.
2. Most showers will be east of the central mountain chain on Friday with significantly drier air streaming into the Four Corners.
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3. Many parents are taking to social media to voice their opinion on the pay raise for the APS superintendent. The district has confirmed Reedy received an 11% pay increase starting in July which boosts her salary to more than $276,000. Some of her predecessors were only paid $240,000 to $250,000.
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4. A new art exhibit will be on display all about a party supply. Jonathan Blaustein’s art exhibit called Party City is the Devil” opens Friday at the Harwood Museum of Art. He says his photos full of party supplies was a great way to talk about overconsumption.
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