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Lines at NM Grocery Stores

(Albuquerque)-They know it’s needed, but most New Mexico residents don’t like the new order from Governor Lujan Grisham that no more than 20 percent or less of a business’s maximum occupancy can be in the store at a given time.  But they also say they feel safer once they’re in the store. Shoppers say there’s now more room in…MORE

New Mexico Welcome New City Councilor

(Albuquerque)-Lan Sena is Albuquerque’s newest city councilor and says the job comes with challenges. She replaces the late Councilor Ken Sanchez in his district after Mayor Tim Keller appointed her to the position. Now she’s talking about her priorities for the city’s west side. She wants to continue where Sanchez left off, hoping to continue…MORE

City Meetings Back On in Albuquerque

(Albuquerque)-Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and City Clerk Ethan Watson announced Saturday that regular meetings of city boards and commissions … central to the continuity of local governments but suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak … will resume this week. The boards that have time sensitive matters to consider will have priority. The Mayor’s office says all meetings…MORE

For Small Businesses in Trouble

(Albuquerque)-New Mexico small businesses in financial distress due to the coronavirus crisis are encouraged to apply as soon as possible for loans made available under the Federal Stimulus Bill. The “Cares Act,” as it’s called, allocates 349-billion dollars for loans to small businesses. In a news release on Saturday, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said…MORE

NM Blood Supplies Running Low

(Albuquerque)-The social distancing rules that are in place due to coronavirus are having an impact on New Mexico’s blood supply. The donor recruitment representative for Vitalant says there’s now a blood shortage in the state. Drew Sharpless tells the Albuquerque Journal that fewer blood drives are being held…although the public response so far has been good. Vitalant operates…MORE

More Coronavirus Cases for New Mexico

(Albuquerque)-Four people have now died from coronavirus in New Mexico. The State Department of Health added two deaths to the list on Monday … both women from Bernalillo County, one in her 70s, the other in her 90s. And the Department says both were hospitalized for underlying medical conditions. New Mexico now has 281 coronavirus cases…with 44…MORE

NM Budget Hurting

(Albuquerque)-New Mexico’s budget picture isn’t getting any better. A couple of weeks ago, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee said the state could take a billion dollar revenue hit due to coronavirus and falling oil prices. Now, John Arthur Smith tells the Santa Fe New Mexican that the state could fall short of projections by…MORE

96.3 News Radio KKOB

Cumulus Albuquerque’s Newsradio KKOB to Broadcast on Full Market FM Signal at 96.3 FM AM/FM Simulcast Expands Reach of New Mexico’s #1 Radio Station to All of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Adjacent Suburbs ALBUQUERQUE, NM, January 6, 2020 – CUMULUS MEDIA announces that Newsradio KKOB in Albuquerque, NM, will broadcast on a full market FM…MORE

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