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August 18, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 5

August 18, 2017 – Five seats on the Albuquerque city council are up for election this year. Crime, economic development and the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project are three of the top issues for voters this year. Correspondent Megan Kamerick is … Continue reading 2017 Albuquerque City Council Races – District 3

August 18, 2017 –  In Albuquerque, faith leaders and community members gathered this week to respond to the violent march organized by so-called “alt right” groups in Charlottesville, Virginia. Producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with Richard Wood, professor of sociology … Continue reading Faith Leaders Working Together On Issues Around Race & Poverty

August 11, 2017 – Thousands of veterans call New Mexico home. For vets who are struggling with injuries or challenges related to their service, the transition to civilian life can be difficult.  Paws and Stripes in Albuquerque is a local … Continue reading Paws And Stripes Helps Veterans Forge New Life After Service

NEW MEXICO PBS, NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS (NMIF) and the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of New Mexico were proud to co-host an Albuquerque Mayoral Forum on Tuesday, August 15, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  The forum was … Continue reading Albuquerque Mayoral Candidate Forum

August 4, 2017 – Christine Sierra, Professor Emerita of Political Science at the University of New Mexico, is one of four co-authors of “Contested Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in 21st Century America”, a book that looks at demographic … Continue reading Christine Sierra and “Contested Transformation: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in 21st Century America”

August 4, 2017 – Ambassador C. Paul Robinson was in town recently to share his insights on how nuclear negotiations over 25 years ago could inform people today. Ambassador Robinson worked at both Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories during … Continue reading The Past & Future of Nuclear Weapons Management

July 28, 2017 – New Mexico’s companies are seeking qualified, educated candidates to fill certain jobs, according to data from the Department of Workforce Solutions. but not every job requires a college degree. According to the Department of Workforce Solutions, … Continue reading Vocational Training in New Mexico

July 7, 2017 – President Donald Trump issued an executive order in April calling on the Interior Secretary to review more than two dozen national monuments that are more than 100,000 acres in size and were created since 1996. That … Continue reading Uncertain Future For National Monuments In New Mexico

July 7, 2017 – The diversity in New Mexico is one of the most prominent features of our state. The Humans of New Mexico collective wants to highlight the stories of everyday people. The online project is run by students, community members, … Continue reading Humans Of New Mexico Highlights Individual Stories (rebroadcast)

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