1. The man accused of killing a University of New Mexico baseball player will remain behind bars. That decision did not sit well with family members of the man who prosecutors say killed a student in cold blood.
2. A storm system over the West Coast will push more cloud cover in across the state Thursday. Despite the mostly cloudy skies temperatures will remain warm in the middle 80s.
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3. Some drivers say they are being given the runaround where crews are fixing sewer and water lines, but the Water Authority insists it has to do these projects now.
4. The local government agency that helps decide which major transportation projects will get done in the Albuquerque area is asking for your suggestions in a newer, easier way.
5. Police are investigating the death of three people, including a teen and a child near Espanola. Authorities reported the smell of gas.
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Police arrest suspect for deadly stabbing in downtown Albuquerque
- Former UNM professor accused of inappropriately touching student
- Albuquerque neighborhood fighting against PNM transfer station project
- New Mexico launches new login system for job seekers
- Do you know about Albuquerque’s glass graveyard?
- Jemez Valley High School students participate in mock active shooter drill
- Sandia Labs hosts 13th annual Robot Rodeo
- Neighbors celebrate opening of new park in southwest Albuquerque
- Solar hot air balloon team attempts world record
- Albuquerque firefighters rescue ducklings from storm drain