1. Months after the death of their daughter, an Albuquerque couple is facing charges again. Monique Romero and David Zuber made headlines in January after police found their 1-year-old daughter’s body buried in a backyard. The charges were dropped. Now, they are each facing new child abuse charges.
2. Davon Lymon sentenced to life without the possibility of parole Tuesday. Officer Webster’s widow addressing him. Lymon murdered Albuquerque Police Officer Daniel Webster back in 2015 when Webster stopped him on a stolen motorcycle. Lymon, addressing the judge, had no apologies.
3. A storm will pass through New Mexico tonight spreading scattered showers across the north. Cooler temps will pour in behind the storm. A back door cold front will move in east to west on Wednesday.
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4. At least eight students are injured after a shooting at a school in a Denver suburb. Officials say several are in critical condition. Deputies responded to the K-12 charter STEM school in Highlands Ranch around 2 p.m. Sheriff deputies say two suspects are in custody in the shooting. They are now identified as students.
5. Summer road projects are set to jump into high gear, and if you weren’t already sick of the construction on I-40 westbound near the Big I, it’s not going to be over anytime soon. The city is also working on a lot of other projects in the months ahead.
The Evening’s Top Stories:
- Neighbors sick of nuisance house in southeast Albuquerque
- Police arrest Santa Fe teen linked to multiple shootings
- Buyer Beware: Puppy dealer falsifies records, sells sick dog
- City officials reveal new transit center at Central and Unser
- Albuquerque elementary school awarded ‘Budding Botanist Grant’
- Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive happening Saturday, May 11
- Former KBIM anchor David Gonzalez passes away
- Clinic for autistic children opening at NMSU
- BioPark special admission deal for National Public Gardens Day