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June 28, 2019 – There are currently about 5.8 million people in the United States living with Alzheimer’s Disease. That’s expected to more than double to 14 million. In New Mexico, an estimated 41,000 people age 65 and older are … Continue reading Vaccine for Alzheimers Is in the Works

June 28, 2019 – New Mexico in Focus was in Santa Fe last Friday for a rally at the Roundhouse in support of President Trump’s bid for a second term in the White House. The president lost New Mexico by … Continue reading President Trump Supporters Rally in Santa Fe

June 21, 2019 –  Sen. Tom Udall has been outspoken in opposing what he calls a rush to war. He’s tried—and is trying—to force the White House to go through Congress for approval of any military action. Senior producer Matt … Continue reading Sen. Tom Udall on the Iran Situation

June 21, 2019 – NMiF visits a grass-finished beef ranch in Tierra Amarilla that’s the latest agricultural venture of four generations of the Casados family. C4 Enterprises plans to build its own butchering and meat processing operation with help from … Continue reading Boosting Economy in Tierra Amarilla

June 14, 2019 – NMiF visits with Eva Encinias, founding director of the National Institute of Flamenco, for a preview of Festival Flamenco Alburquerque, now in its 32nd year of presenting local and international artists of this fiery dance form. … Continue reading Homegrown International Flamenco Festival

June 14, 2019 – It’s still almost a year before the Census begins, but preparations for the count have begun across New Mexico. In El Cerro Mission, a sparsely developed area east of Los Lunas, many residents are Mexican immigrants. … Continue reading El Cerro Mission Prepares to Be Counted

June 7, 2019 – There’s a move afoot to streamline Albuquerque’s city elections. It’s been tried successfully in big cities like San Francisco and Minneapolis, and here in New Mexico, in Las Cruces and Santa Fe. Senior producer Matt Grubs … Continue reading Should Ranked-Choice Voting Come to Albuquerque?

New Mexico’s incentives for film and television were specifically structured to build local jobs. Productions get tax rebates for using and training local crew members. Other states allow productions to get tax credits or rebates on crew members they bring … Continue reading Training Locals for Film Careers

May 31, 2019 – Among the many pieces of legislation signed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham after the legislative session is one designed to boost film and television production in the state. It raises the annual cap on tax incentives … Continue reading Alicia Keyes Tells of New Era for Film and Media Production

May 31, 2019 – Correspondent Gwyneth Doland heads to Los Lunas to follow U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham as he tours part of the state. New Mexico has large hard-to-count populations and Dillingham came to the state this week … Continue reading Upcoming Census Presents Challenges for New Mexico