Skip to content

In Focus

A demonstrator wearing a beanie depicting four feathers, and a red handprint covering their mouth.

Investigating Missing and Murdered Cases in The Navajo Nation

5.27.2022 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down with the FBI’s top agent in New Mexico…

Read More
A photo of Senator Martin Heinrich with a graphic of firefighting a wildfire.

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich Responds to Fires

5.27.2022 – Sen. Martin Heinrich talks with correspondent Laura Paskus about New Mexico’s wildfire season,…

Read More
A map of New Mexico with cartoon flames at the bottom of the image.

Wildfire Mapping

5.20.2022 – Using public data from the U.S. Forest Service, Steve Bassett, Director of Planning…

Read More
Childrens toys and objects with wooden blocks that spell out "childcare."

NM Childcare Benefit Expansions

5.13.2022 – Producer Lou DiVizio catches up with New Mexico’s Secretary of Childhood Education and…

Read More
A blurry hand with a pen in their fist.

What’s Next for the Rio Grande Sun?

5.6.22 –The new ownership group of the Rio Grande Sun has raised more than a…

Read More
A close-up of paper on a typewritter that reads "journalism."

Rio Grande Sun’s Impact and Challenges

5.6.22 – Host Gene Grant continues his conversation with the now former editor and publisher…

Read More
A black and white photo of the letters on a typewritter and a yellow cartoon sun superimposed.

Growing Up in the Sun Newsroom

5.6.22 – A lot of talented reporters have started their careers in the Rio Grande…

Read More
A stack of newspapers and a yellow cartoon sun.

Behind the Rio Grande Sun’s History and Sale

5.6.22 – The Rio Grande Sun was established in October of 1956. It was started…

Read More
A cartoon drawing of the scales of justice over a map background.

NM Natural Resources Trustee on Ft. Wingate Settlement

4.29.2022 – The U.S. Army has reached a settlement of $1.5M that will go towards…

Read More
Silhouettes of firefighters against a bright orange flame.

Fighting More Than Fire

4.22.2022 – As the nation’s wildlands burn with increasing intensity, fires are taking a bigger…

Read More
A group of firefighters with headlamps coordinate with each other next to a forest fire.

Wildland Firefighters Update

4.22.2022 –Environment reporter Laura Paskus catches up with former wildland firefighter Jonathan Golden to talk…

Read More
A pile of cut down trees pieces.

Preparing for Fire Season

4.22.2022 –Tree ring scientist Tom Swetnam, professor emeritus at the University of Arizona, has studied…

Read More
A forest of burnt down trees.

Wildfire Notifications & Resources

4.22.2022 –Eytan Krasilovsky is the deputy director of the Forest Stewards Guild. He explains the…

Read More
A graphic of a voting box with color full squares representing votes floating over top.

Analyzing Latinx Voting Trends

4.15.2022 – Correspondent Russell Contreras sits down with an expert on Latinx voting trends to…

Read More
A computer with the news pulled up and a Zia Symbol superimposed.

Sustaining Journalism in New Mexico

4.1.2022 – Times are tough for many news outlets in New Mexico and that means…

Read More
An open notebook with a blue cartoon city skyline of Albuquerque superimposed on top of it.

Duke City Diaries

3.18.2022 – Visual artist Frank Blazquez shares insights into his process creating the documentary series…

Read More
The Russian Flag (left) and the Ukrainian Flag (right) overlapping with a Zia symbol superimposed in the middle.

Russian-American in New Mexico Organizes Rally for Peace

3.18.2022 – Concerned citizens around the globe are speaking out against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,…

Read More
A ripped piece of brown paper sitting on top of another page revealing the world "government."

Transparency in NM Government

3.11.2022 – Days ahead of Sunshine Week, correspondent Gwyneth Doland talks with the executive director…

Read More

Educate your inbox

Stay up to date with everything happening in New Mexico.

Mentor 2.0 – Freshman Year Through Graduation

According to the New Mexico Public Education Department, the current high school graduation rate in…

Read More

What’s on Your Plate?

Chef and author Dan Barber says if you care about local farms and the farm…

Read More

Santa Clara Pueblo Prepares For Flooding

This week, we get an update from Santa Clara Pueblo officials about the latest efforts to…

Read More

Addressing Suicide Among Female Veterans

This week, the LA Times covered a new report on the suicide rate among female…

Read More

LGBTQ Youth

June is National LGBTQ Pride month. This year’s Albuquerque Pride parade will take place on June…

Read More

David Gutzler on New Mexico Water

Last month, rain across New Mexico pulled many parts of the state out of severe…

Read More

Alexander Heffner on Millennial Civic Engagement

Alexander Heffner from PBS’s THE OPEN MIND sits down with correspondent Gwyneth Doland to talk…

Read More

The Cost of Energy

The state Public Regulation Commission (PRC) recently rejected PNM’s request for a rate hike and…

Read More

Albuquerque Folk Festival

The Albuquerque Folk Festival will take place on June 6. This week, we invited two…

Read More

Nancy Hollander

Gwyneth Doland speaks with Nancy Hollander, a local attorney who represents Mohamedou Ould Slahi. Her…

Read More

“The Terror Courts” Author Jess Bravin

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

Read More

Planning For Future Transportation Needs

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

Read More

Albuquerque now Recognized as a 2030 District

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

Read More

Teachers Talk About Evaluations

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

Read More

Edith Waste Transfer Station Opposed by Neighborhood

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

Read More

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…

Read More

Preparing for Wildfire Season

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

Read More

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…

Read More