Chris’ Saturday Evening Forecast

  A strong line of thunderstorms are targeting Albuquerque.   Expect high wind, heavy rain, and frequent lightning between now and 8 pm.  Th…

Steve Gerecke

Family, friends honor life of man killed in NE Albuquerque

Police said the man killed outside his northeast Albuquerque home had confronted a group that was breaking into cars.

FILE - In hits June 16, 2015, file photo, United States' Abby Wambach, left,, celebrates her goal against Nigeria during the first half at the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer tournament in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Despite the lack of firepower, the U.S. has advanced to the quarterfinals. The second-ranked Americans play China on Friday in Ottawa, in the first World Cup meeting between the two teams since the U.S. defeated the Chinese on penalty kicks for the title in 1999. (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

Morgan, A-Rod up top for US vs China

Alex Morgan and Amy Rodriguez were starting up top for the United States for the Women’s World Cup quarterfinal match against China on Frida…