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October 3rd, 2014 at 6:00 am by under 5 Things, Morning Show

Time for the five things you need to know before you go this morning.

5. We start on a serious note with the latest on the man with Ebola in Dallas. He’s still in a hospital and is family is now quarantined in there home. Doctors are also watching about 100 people he came in contact with. Meanwhile, a photographer is now on the way back to the U.S. after getting Ebola in Liberia.

4. If you didn’t have Lobo men’s basketball season tickets last year and want them this year, now’s your chance to get them. They go on sale today. UNM says overall attendance at the games last year was about 15,200 the highest in a decade.

3. I’m sure you don’t know this but this huge fiesta with 550 balloons 100 special shapes and hundreds of thousands of people starts tomorrow. It’s the 43rd Annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta tomorrow. Today the kick-off Albuquerque a loft where balloons and pilots go to schools all around the DukeCity is today. We’ll have live coverage on KRQE This Morning starting at 7 a.m. on 2 KASA. For everything you need to know about the balloon fiesta head to KRQE.com.

2. Good news this morning, the new ramp from eastbound Paseo del Norte to southbound I-25 is opening up in just a few minutes. Here’s a live look that should make traffic move a lot quicker especially in the morning and after the mass ascensions.

1. Today will be clear and sunny.


5 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

October 2nd, 2014 at 6:00 am by under 5 Things, Morning Show

Time for the five things you need to know before you go this morning.

5. Families who depend on the Albuquerque Rescue Mission may soon have to go hungry. The rescue mission gives boxes of food to families. Those boxes provide three meals a day for every person in the family for seven days. But the food pantry is almost empty forcing the rescue mission to stop giving out food for now. The rescue mission is now teaming up with U.S. Bank for a food drive.

4. Some parents in Dallas are keeping their kids home from school today because of an Ebola scare there. A hospital now admits it released an Ebola patient last week, potentially putting others at risk. Five kids from one school are now being monitored for signs of the disease.

3. UNM is now back tracking on “Sex Week.” The university says it was supposed to be a series of seminars to avoid sexual assault, but turned into racy classes teaching students how to have better sex. UNM says the program did not have enough supervision, but it will in the future.

2. Rio Arriba county could have a new sheriff today. County commissioners are meeting to appoint an interim one. Tommy Rodella, who’s now a convicted felon, refuses to step down. The commission could appoint James Lujan. He beat Rodella in the primary and is running unopposed in November. We’ll keep you updated.

1. Clear skies in the metro today.


5 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

October 1st, 2014 at 6:00 am by under 5 Things, Morning Show

Time for the five things you need to know before you go this morning.

5. Just a heads up this morning, if you’re planning on getting a free flu shot from UNM, you’re going to have to wait. The hospital says the vaccines are getting delayed until the middle or end of this month.

4. The big national story this morning is the latest on the case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. It’s with a man in Texas who’s now quarantined in a hospital. The CDC says there’s no public health threat because of this and the disease is only spread through direct bodily fluid contact, not through the air or water.

3. Is Tommy Rodella still the Sheriff of Rio Arriba County, even though he’s now a convicted felon and headed to federal prison? That’s what county commissioners are talking about at 10 a.m. this morning. They want the sheriff-elect, James Lujan, to take over now. We’ll let you know what happens.

2. Former APD Sergeant Adam Casaus will not be headed to prison for a deadly crash last year. Yesterday a jury found him guilty of careless driving instead of the more serious vehicular homicide charges. Casaus is out of jail right now. He’s set to be sentenced in December and could spend up to 90 days in jail.

1. Expect a sunny day with light wind.


5 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

September 30th, 2014 at 6:19 am by under 5 Things

Here are the five things you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 30.

5. In just a few hours, the head of the Secret Service will be in the hot seat before Congress talking about the guy who had a knife and broke into the White House last week. This morning we know the security breach is worse than first thought and the guy overpowered one guard and made it all the way to the green room before getting caught.

4. Another major store has been hacked this time its Albertsons. The grocery store says hackers got shoppers’ personal information including their credit and debit card numbers sometime near the end of August and the beginning of September. It hasn’t said if the data breach includes New Mexico.

3. We’re still waiting for answers from Albuquerque’s Police Department about new audio released from the deadly shooting of James Boyd in the foothills back in March. The audio is from a State Police Officer and shows Detective Keith Sandy saying he was going to shoot Boyd hours before he did.

2. Anytime today we could learn what the verdict will be for former Albuquerque Police Sgt. Adam Casaus. The jury got his vehicular homicide and reckless driving causing great bodily harm case yesterday. If they don’t convict him on those charges the judge says they could go with careless driving which is a misdemeanor. This is all for the crash last year when Casaus was off-duty in his police SUV and killed Ashley Browder and badly hurt her sister.

1. No umbrellas needed today. It will be sunny with a high near 80. Tonight we can expect mostly clear skies with a low around 49.


5 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

September 29th, 2014 at 6:13 am by under 5 Things, Latest Posts

5. President Barack Obama now admits the U.S. underestimated ISIS. He talked about that and more on “60 Minutes” on Sunday night. The president said he hoped Iraq’s army could defeat the terrorist group, but that didn’t happen. House Speaker John Boehner says if the airstrikes aren’t enough, the U.S. might have “no choice” but to send ground troops after ISIS.

4. If recreational pot was legal, how much money could it make and draw in for taxes? A new study says $135 million of pot would sell here every year if it were legal, and that would mean an extra $28 million in taxes. Opponents still say that would be a bad decision.

3. The respiratory virus called enterovirus D68 is now in New Mexico. It’s like a cold, but can make it difficult to breath. It’s especially bad for kids with asthma.

2. Closing arguments will start in just a few hours for former APD Sgt. Adam Casaus. He’s accused of running a red slight and crashing into an SUV, killing one young woman and badly hurting her sister.

1. Grab your umbrella on the way out the door because rain is on the way.