1. For years traffic stops and writing tickets have been a low priority for Albuquerque cops. Now, numbers show that traffic stops are up – way up from just a couple years ago.
2. High pressure will slowly shift to our east over the next couple days. The result will be fewer showers across the state. Highs on Wednesday will be in the 80s with mostly sunny skies.
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3. The mayor’s office held a news conference Tuesday celebrating what they call major improvements in the Animal Welfare Department, but it’s still unclear if their new approach to dealing with negligent animal owners is working.
4. Intel Rio Rancho announced it will be adding more than 300 new jobs this year as it continues to move beyond its traditional PC and server businesses into data-rich markets.
5. Some alert parents who saw something that wasn’t right helped get that man behind bars. A man who keeps failing to follow the rules but has remained free, until now.
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Bernalillo County Commissioners to introduce sick leave ordinance
- GOP lawmakers oppose housing asylum seekers at Expo New Mexico
- Thieves burrow through Nob Hill business; owners call out Mayor on crime
- Provider says medical cannabis sales trail enrollment growth
- Community rallies around Roswell firefighter diagnosed with brain tumor
- New Mexico State Police honors officers who lost their lives
- Sen. Udall testifies in support of bill to protect Chaco Canyon
- Gov. Lujan Grisham welcomes production companies to New Mexico
- APD officer caught on camera helping man in wheelchair