ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – On Monday, Albuquerque Public Schools talked about staff cuts at its headquarters. A district spokesperson says the district’s finance committee began a review of 46 departments to find places to save money and be more efficient. APS is expected to get nearly $10 million less in state funding next year. That’s largely because of a drop in state revenues and low enrollment at the district. Officials say they hope to eliminate only a handful of positions.
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Fans of “Longmire” might recognize a New Mexico charter school soon to be featured in the show.
A warning has been issued from the Homeland Security Department telling Windows users to uninstall Apple’s Quick-Time program.
The day has arrived. Monday is the tax filing deadline.
New Mexico did not score well in a study done on financially savvy states.
The Albuquerque Film & Music Experience is set to begin Monday.
Get your motors running this weekend, as the New Mexico International Auto Show roars into town.
HIV Walk New Mexico and 5K Fun Run 2016 takes place on Sunday.
Sunday is your last day to see hundreds of new cars and trucks all in one place.
More than two-dozen Jemez Pueblo artisans will sell their internationally-known arts and crafts.
“Best Buddies” is a high school program that matches students with disabilities with students without disabilities.
The play version of The Diary of Anne Frank opened April 15 and runs through May 1 at the Albuquerque Little Theatre.