1. The New Mexico Department of Health is now encouraging anyone who received treatment from a downtown Albuquerque spa to get tested. Two clients of the now-shuttered spa have tested positive for the same HIV virus, increasing the likelihood they got it from the same procedure.
2. A storm system will scrape through the Four Corners on Tuesday bringing more showers to the north and some high mountain snow to the northern mountains.
Full Story: Mark’s Monday Evening Forecast
3. A North Valley man is getting a little tired of his backyard view. He used to see a nice grassy field. Now, he has to look at a line of homeless camps, and he claims the city won’t do anything about it.
4. A new audit is calling out the city’s Department of Municipal Development (DMD) for doing a poor job of managing its payroll. They found examples of workers getting two birthdays off per year, and getting holiday pay when there wasn’t a holiday.
5. A federal magistrate judge has ordered the leader of an armed group that detained asylum-seeking families near the U.S.-Mexico border to remain jailed as he awaits trial on a federal firearms charge.
Full Story: Federal judge orders militia leader held in jail
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Albuquerque man accused of beating infant son pleads ‘no contest’
- Former prosecutors claim sexual discrimination in lawsuit against DA’s office
- Officials warn of wildfire threat despite wet winter
- Construction closes I-25 southbound off-ramp at Gibson
- Former governor’s furniture to be sold at surplus warehouse
- Jack Black enjoys filming ‘Jumanji’ near Farmington
- City of Albuquerque collecting green waste for free
- New Mexico Philharmonic to perform at BioPark Zoo for Mother’s Day
- Sting scheduled to perform in Taos this September