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 Eleven victims of stab wounds along Central Avenue are reported. – The suspect is in custody for stabbing, as a result of which police arrived at seven different crime scenes along Central Avenue on Sunday. In just three hours, 11 people were stabbed. On Sunday at 11 o’clock in the morning the application of knives began. Police say the first incident took place near the Sister bar in central Albuquerque. Police say the attacks were accidental.
 Police: The suspects in the shooting of the officer received help from the family – A New Mexico police officer who was shot dead on Friday is recovering at home. In court documents, 24-year-old Caleb Elegge and 22-year-old Alanna Martinez are mentioned as two suspects in the shooting. Investigators say the officer was called to a gas station in Edgewood after the woman behaved suspiciously. After the officer arrived, the man rammed his patrol car, starting a chase that ended with a maneuver on the overpass on Saddle Hill, where police say the man shot the officer. Investigators are looking for other people who they believe helped the two evade police.
 Beautiful Valentine’s Day, but by mid-week the weather is getting worse – This morning the temperature will start to drop, but in the afternoon it will be warmer than on weekends, with a maximum of 50, 60 and 70. The sky will be mostly sunny, the wind will be mostly weak. In the central highlands there will be a westerly wind of up to 20-25 m / s.
 The law on the possibility of scholarships is passed by the Senate, sent to the House of Representatives – The House of Representatives will soon consider a bill that will cover tuition and fees for some senior students of new Mexican colleges. Senate Bill 140 will cover these costs for any new Mexican enrolled in public high schools working on a certificate of education, degree or bachelor’s degree. The goal is to allow people who are raising children, have chronic illnesses or other barriers, to continue attending classes.
 Vitalant says blood donation is still needed – The people of Albuquerque are doing their job to help the nation’s blood shortage. People at the Cottonwood mall donated blood on Sunday while shopping.