KRQE News Feed: Warrant Issued, Bus Crash Claim, Warming, Overhaul, Veterans Awards Ceremony

Breaking news Wednesday

Five Facts of the Environment

[1] Warrant for a woman accused of damaging 40 vehicles in downtown ABQ. A woman accused of damaging dozens of cars in an Albuquerque parking lot with a baseball bat now has a warrant for her arrest. Police say Danielle Magee, 46, hit more than 40 cars with a baseball bat where city council members and city hall employees were parked. Police say Danielle Magee, 46, hit more than 40 cars with a baseball bat where city council members and city hall employees were parked. On March 28, a court order was issued for her arrest.

[2] Another lawsuit against APS, bus driver and Mustang driver after 2022 crash – APS is facing another lawsuit over a school bus crash that sent students flying into the air after a Ford Mustang crashed into the bus. A group of parents whose children were on that bus are now suing the Mustang driver, APS, and the bus driver. According to the criminal complaint, witnesses stated that the Mustang was traveling at over 100 mph in a 40 mph zone. Another group of parents filed a lawsuit against the county, the bus driver and the Mustang driver back in June.

[3] A beautiful environment with much warmer temperatures – high temperatures will rise ten to twenty degrees from yesterday’s highs. The wind will remain relatively light, around 10-25 m/s, and will be strongest in the western mountains. The sky will be mostly sunny. The next storm will cross the Rocky Mountains on Thursday. Wind gusts will reach 60 to 70 mph over much of the state, and fire risk will be high in the Rio Grande Valley, eastern and southern New Mexico. Northwest New Mexico will experience rain and snowfall throughout the day, while snow will continue in the northern mountains of New Mexico until Friday.

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[4] Officials lay the groundwork for the new Truman High School. Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, welcoming the construction of the new Truman High School. The project costs $32 million and is expected to be completed by fall 2024. The new high school will have a courtyard, computer lab, media center, and visual arts space. The project will also include a new road where parents can pick up and drop off their children.

[5] Honoring Vietnam War Veterans in New Mexico. On Wednesday, Santa Fe National Cemetery hosts a ceremony honoring those who served in the Vietnam War. Wednesday’s event in Santa Fe is scheduled for 10:00. The event is open to the public. Albuquerque’s Louisiana Veterans Memorial Park is getting a new Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The ceremony is to start at 10:30.

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