1. Two people are dead and four wounded after a shooting at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. The suspect is behind bars. Two people suffered life-threatening injuries. The school was placed on lockdown. No word on the suspect’s identity.
2. Expo New Mexico is getting ready to house, feed and give medical attention to asylum seekers. Albuquerque city officials expect to start seeing migrants arriving by the end of the week.
3. Partly cloudy skies will hold over the state on Wednesday with highs in the low 70s. A backdoor cold front will move into the east side of the state on Thursday.
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4. A Democratic state rep candidate says she was told she couldn’t have her campaign launch party at a local brewery. She believes it’s because of her party affiliation, but the brewery says there’s more to the story.
5. It’s warming up outside, and most people are familiar with the city ordinance that prevents pet owners from leaving their animals alone in a hot car. What people might not realize, however, is that ordinance also includes a rule against letting your dog hang too far out of the window of a moving car.
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Albuquerque park crews prepare for busy weed season
- New Mexico database of state laws, legal materials
- Two vehicles crash into Espanola buildings Tuesday morning
- Bernalillo County unveils improvements along Second Street
- US land agency plans to pick new office in West by September
- San Juan National Forest campgrounds opening late due to snow
- Edgewood animal sanctuary seeks donations, volunteers
- Local students working to trace dinosaur tracks at Clayton Lakes
- New Mexico United walkout song available for streaming
- New Mexico high schoolers throw no-hitters, perfect games on same day
- USA Today: Rainbow Ryders Best Hot Air Balloon Ride Nominee