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State of the State Pt. 4: Unity & Optimism

January 21, 2022: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham explains her mindset for 2022 and reaches across…

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State of the State Pt. 3: Healthcare Access

January 21, 2022: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham digs in on her plan to bring a…

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State of the State Pt. 2: Public Safety

January 21, 2022: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham hardens her stance on fighting crime, calling for…

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State of the State Pt. 1: Thinking Big on State Spending

January 21, 2022: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham lays out her spending priorities for the upcoming…

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Inside the Roundhouse

January 14, 2022 –Gene Grant catches up with former State Rep. Alonzo Baldonado after his…

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Legislative Session Preview

January 14, 2022 – Political correspondent Gwyneth Doland previews the upcoming legislative session with Senate…

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Food Insecurity Innovation

December 24, 2021 – Food insecurity is a yearlong problem here in New Mexico, but…

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Representation in Redistricting

December 17, 2021 – Correspondent Gwenyth Doland updates the tension over redistricting in a conversation…

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Author Sam Quinones

December 10, 2021 – Author Sam Quinones explores the increasingly deadly drug problem in the…

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Exploring the Potentially Historic Merger Between PNM & Avangrid

December 3, 2021 – Environment Reporter Laura Paskus sits down with executives involved in a…

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Recognizing Native Contributions

November 26, 2021 – November is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of Native…

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Reservation Dogs Music Composer Mato Wayuhi

November 26, 2021 – It was one of the stand-out shows of 2021. Reservation Dogs…

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Department of Education on Social Studies Standards

November 19, 2021 –Host Gene Grantspeaks with Jaqueline Costales of the Public Education Department about…

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Communities of Interest Respond to Proposed Redistricting Maps

October 22, 2021 –The Citizen Redistricting Committee has wrapped up its work and the focus…

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Pretrial Detention

October 15, 2021 – NMiF senior producer Matt Grubs talks about New Mexico’s pretrial detention…

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Dede Feldman: Examining A Life in Politics

October 1, 2021 – Former state senator and lifetime activist Dede Feldman gets personal in her…

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Quannah Chasinghorse

September 24, 2021 –Quannah Chasinghorse is having a moment. The Native model (Hän Gwich’in, Sicangu/Oglala Lakota)…

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“The Terror Courts” Author Jess Bravin

Correspondent Gwyneth Doland sits down with Wall Street Journal reporter Jess Bravin to talk about…

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Planning For Future Transportation Needs

The Mid Region Council of Governments recently released a new plan for how governments and…

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Albuquerque now Recognized as a 2030 District

A group of Albuquerque business leaders recently signed a charter to recognize the city as…

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Teachers Talk About Evaluations

The state Public Education Department recently released the latest data on teacher evaluations around New…

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Edith Waste Transfer Station Opposed by Neighborhood

The city of Albuquerque wants to build a waste transfer station in the North Valley,…

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Boston Marathon Winner Talks About Training And Life In Santa Fe

2015 Boston Marathon winner Caroline Rotich lives and trains in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This…

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Preparing for Wildfire Season

Forecasters predict that spring and summer this year in New Mexico will be wetter than…

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Drilling Deep: Local Reporter Explores new oil and gas Development

This week, journalist Laura Paskus joins us in studio to talk about what she has…

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Status Of The State: Efforts to Address the Spread of HIV in New Mexico

Native American health leaders and advocates met this week in Albuquerque to talk about HIV…

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Libraries Help Students and Adults Develop new Skills

Libraries across the country recently celebrated the services they offer to the community during National Library…

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CYFD Secretary Monique Jacobson Shares Priorities

Cabinet Secretary Monique Jacobson recently transitioned from the Tourism Department to the Children Youth and Families…

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Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos

This month marks 40 years since the US withdrawal of all American troops in Vietnam.…

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San Juan Generating Station

The future of the San Juan Generating Station is currently under evaluation by the Public…

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Fort Sill Apache Tribe Seeks Gaming Compact

The New Mexico Supreme Court recently rejected a petition from the Fort Sill Apache Tribe that…

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Jewish Survey

A survey of the Jewish community in New Mexico uncovered some surprising new information. NMiF…

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Cancer Treatment in New Mexico

Producer Sarah Gustavus speaks with Dr. Angela Wandinger-Ness from the UNM Cancer Center about innovations…

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March 27, 2015 – The rate of gun-related deaths in New Mexico is higher than the…

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Remembering Dr. George Fischbeck

Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. George Fischbeck. Local media in Los Angeles…

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