1. A child is dead after a fire broke out at a Northeast Heights apartment complex. The fire also left two other children in critical condition. The Albuquerque Police Department confirms that Crime Against Children and Homicide Detectives are now assisting in the investigation.
2. A storm system will pass through New Mexico on Wednesday spreading rain and high mountain snow across the state. Here in the Albuquerque area, our best chance for rain will come mid-morning through the afternoon hours.
Full Story: Mark’s Tuesday Evening Forecast
3. A teen driving a pickup truck led police on a wild chase and crash. It started with the driver nearly hitting a cop, and ended with a crash into a mobile home where four young kids were sleeping.
4. Albuquerque Public Schools is asking a bus company to bench one of its drivers after she was caught on video yelling at elementary school students.
5. A longtime Albuquerque judge has died. Pat Murdoch, who served as a district court judge in Bernalillo County for 26 years, died Monday.
Full Story: Longtime Albuquerque judge Pat Murdoch dies
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