1. Police say a postal worker was trying to break up a domestic dispute between a teen and his mom, and the teen quickly turned his anger toward the worker. That teen is still on the run.
2. A storm system will continue to slide south of the state on Wednesday taking most of the moisture with it. Spot showers and storms will be possible over the southeast part of the state and over the high terrain. Temperatures will continue to warm by late week with fewer showers.
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3. A repeat DWI offender got a break after he accepted a plea deal that would keep him out of jail. Now, weeks after the deal, prosecutors say he already broke it and now has a warrant out for his arrest.
4. The governor says with a good part of New Mexico being rural areas, it can be hard to reach out to everyone. So Tuesday, she signed an executive order to funnel $3.5 million to create a commission that will reach out to communities to make sure every New Mexican gets counted.
5. You will soon see rental scooters on Albuquerque’s streets. The company, Zagster, has agreed to partner with the city for one year. If you recognize the name, that’s because they already operate the Pace bike-sharing program. It comes after the city passed scooter-related rules to prevent problems seen in other cities, like traffic violations.
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Prisoner transport vehicle involved in crash on I-25
- Murderer convicted in kidnapping case sentenced to 1 year in prison
- Volunteers needed for National Senior Games
- Officials break ground on westside Albuquerque mixed-use development
- Meow Wolf announces Taos Vortex Festival lineup
- Albuquerque softball team sponsored by national hot dog company
- NCAA: Aggies could be a Cinderella in 2020 basketball tournament
- Video: New Mexico police officer saves choking baby