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Book cover for Ramona Emerson's "Shutter."

‘Shutter’: Behind Diné Author’s Debut Novel

11.25.2022- Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down with a Navajo novelist to talk about her new…

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Missing in New Mexico Day.

‘Missing in New Mexico Day’

10.21.2022 – Senior Producer Lou DiVizio sits down with New Mexico Secretary of Indian Affairs…

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An open book on a table in a library.

NM Senator Questions Long Term Fiscal Implications of Constitutional Amendment 1

10.14.22 – A New Mexico State Senator explains his opposition towards Constitutional Amendment 1, which…

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Patrick Hilsman holding a camera in protective gear on the field.

Frontline Reporter Shares Experiences from War in Ukraine

10.07.22– Senior Producer Lou DiVizio talks with a journalist and filmmaker who spent the last…

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A science classroom full of empty desks.

Teacher Perspective on Constitutional Amendment 1

09.30.22 –Senior Producer Lou DiVizio sits down with three people entrenched in education in our…

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Navy Week in Albuquerque presentation with people in uniform saluting.

2022 Navy Week in Albuquerque

09.16.22 –Senior Producer Lou DiVizio sits down with three members of the U.S. Navy to…

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A person wearing gloves filling a syringe with a vial of liquid.

NMDOH Explains New COVID-19 Boosters

09.16.22 – Gene Grant speaks with the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health to…

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The logo for the New Mexico Harm Reduction Collaborative on a blue background.

Addressing Homelessness Through Harm Reduction

09.09.22- Gene Grant speaks with two leaders at an Albuquerque nonprofit, dedicated to giving unhoused…

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Book cover for Ramona Emerson's "Shutter."

‘Shutter’: Behind Navajo Novelist’s Debut Book

09.02.2022- Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down with a Navajo novelist to talk about her new…

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An orange sunset with a bird silhouette flying through the sky.

Heat Waves and Bird Deaths

9.2.2022 –Worldwide, heat waves are increasing in severity and frequency. University of New Mexico Professor…

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The skyline of downtown Albuquerque with the logo for The City of Albuquerque City Council.

Albuquerque City Councilor Explains Votes on Homeless Camps

8.26.2022 – Gene Grant speaks with Albuquerque’s District 4 City Councilor Brook Bassan about council’s…

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Pt.2 Understanding Alcohol’s Impact in New Mexico

08.19.2022- Continuing the second half of our conversation on alcohol in New Mexico, Gene Grant…

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Pt.1 Understanding Alcohol’s Impact in New Mexico

08.19.2022- In collaboration with New Mexico In Depth, Gene Grant hosts a roundtable discussion about…

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Nuclear smoke stack letting off steam.

Concern Over Nuclear Disposal Plan

7.29.2022 – As former chair of the New Mexico State Legislature’s interim committee on Radioactive…

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Pope Francis stands between to tribal elders in traditional outfits and delivers an apology for boarding schools.

Historic Apology from the Pope

7.29.2022 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales speaks with two members of the National Native American Boarding…

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An aerial shot of a plume of smoke from a fire. Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service.

Climate Change ‘Outpaced’ Fire Protocols

7.22.2022 – It’s been a devastating fire season in New Mexico, with hot, dry, and…

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Three bullets on a wooden table.

NM Gun Owner Calls for Reform

7.15.2022 – Gun sales are growing, especially as manufacturers target customers with marketing about personal…

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1248 Census Director in NM

Upcoming Census Presents Challenges for New Mexico

May 31, 2019 – Correspondent Gwyneth Doland heads to Los Lunas to follow U.S. Census…

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Economics of Winemaking in New Mexico

May 24, 2019 – As Albuquerque rolls out its annual wine festival this weekend, NMiF photojournalist Robert McDermott travels…

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Ethyl The Whale

Ethyl the Recycled Plastic Blue Whale

April  26, 2019 –  New Mexico in Focus takes to the field for an unveiling…

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Bernalillo County’s Mobile Voting Unit

April 11, 2019 – Bernalillo County’s mobile voting unit debuted last fall as the first…

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Native Women Business Summit

Preview of Native Women’s Business Summit

March 29, 2019 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales previews the second annual Native Women’s Business Summit,…

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1235 Moonshot

Education Reform: Money Behind The “Moonshot”

March 1, 2019 – Correspondent Gwyneth Doland heads to Santa Fe to explore the nexus…

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1234 Beyond Standing Rock

Native Artists Respond To Standing Rock And The No-DAPL Movement

February 22, 2019 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales looks at how Native American artists are using…

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Restaurants Sound Warning About Proposed Minimum Wage Bill

February 22, 2019 – Lawmakers continue to debate increasing the state’s minimum wage. One plan…

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1233 Ethics Legislation

Ethics Commission Proposal

February 15, 2019 – Correspondent Gwyneth Doland reports from the Roundhouse on the latest movement…

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1232 Gun Control Legislation

Legislature Takes Up New Gun Control Proposals

February 8, 2019 – New Mexico is not insulated from gun violence, and mass shootings.…

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1222 Health Apprentices

The Health Apprenticeship Program At Casa De Salud

November 30, 2018 – The New Mexico in Focus crew goes to Casa de Salud…

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1219 Thirst for life

“The Thirst for Justice” Art Installation

November 2, 2018 – New Mexico in Focus visits a very special Dia de los…

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NMiF: Aztec School Shooting

Community Groups Gather To Advocate For More Inclusive Newcomer Program

August 3, 2018 – A coalition of community organizations held a press conference in Albuquerque…

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Rural Workers

State of Change: Training Remote Workers In Rural New Mexico

April 13, 2018 – It can be difficult to find a job in rural New…

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1140 Pueblo Broadband

State of Change: Four Pueblos Build Their Own Internet Access

April 6, 2018 – The Middle Rio Grande Pueblo Tribal Consortium was created to connect…

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