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The Albuquerque Folk Festival will take place on June 6. This week, we invited two long-time volunteers and participants from the festival to join us in studio and tell us what people could see and learn at this annual event. … Continue reading Albuquerque Folk Festival

Gwyneth Doland speaks with Nancy Hollander, a local attorney who represents Mohamedou Ould Slahi. Her client has been detained at Guantanamo for more than 12 years but has never been charged with a crime. Slahi’s new book, “Guantanamo Diary,” brings … Continue reading Nancy Hollander

Correspondent Gwyneth Doland sits down with Wall Street Journal reporter Jess Bravin to talk about what he uncovers in his book “The Terror Courts.” Bravin outlines the history and lasting impact of military commissions for Guantanamo detainees.

The Mid Region Council of Governments recently released a new plan for how governments and business leaders can meet future transportation needs in central New Mexico. NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus sat down with Aaron Sussman, a senior planner with MRCOG, … Continue reading Planning For Future Transportation Needs

A group of Albuquerque business leaders recently signed a charter to recognize the city as a 2030 District. These districts are areas around the country where business leaders commit to taking steps to address climate change by reducing water use and carbon … Continue reading Albuquerque now Recognized as a 2030 District

The state Public Education Department recently released the latest data on teacher evaluations around New Mexico. Student testing and teacher evaluations have been an important topic of debate, especially this year. NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus brought a group of Albuquerque … Continue reading Teachers Talk About Evaluations

The city of Albuquerque wants to build a waste transfer station in the North Valley, but local residents oppose the plan. This week, NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus gets both sides of the debate in a conversation with Greater Gardener Neighborhood Association … Continue reading Edith Waste Transfer Station Opposed by Neighborhood

2015 Boston Marathon winner Caroline Rotich lives and trains in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This week, she sat down with Gene Grant to talk about growing up in Kenya, her running career and what it felt like to run in this … Continue reading Boston Marathon Winner Talks About Training And Life In Santa Fe

Forecasters predict that spring and summer this year in New Mexico will be wetter than normal. That’s a good thing for many reasons, such as reducing the likelihood that the state will see large forest fires this season. But state … Continue reading Preparing for Wildfire Season

This week, journalist Laura Paskus joins us in studio to talk about what she has learned while reporting on new oil and gas development in northwestern New Mexico. Her series “Drilling Deep” is currently airing on KUNM. Oil and gas … Continue reading Drilling Deep: Local Reporter Explores new oil and gas Development

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