November 8, 2018 – Correspondent Megan Kamerick looks into the deal Mayor Tim Keller signed to bring Netflix’s new production hub to Albuquerque.  She talks with a union president and leaders in the film offices of Albuquerque and Santa Fe … Continue reading Film Industry Leaders And The Netflix Deal

November 2, 2018 – The midterm election is just around the corner—it’s crunch time for campaigns, parties and civic groups to get out the vote—so it comes down, in part, to voter enthusiasm. Who are the candidates and the parties … Continue reading Voter Targeting And Turnout

November 2, 2018 – The oil and gas boom in southern New Mexico and West Texas has driven up hotel rates in Carlsbad. At the same time, a housing shortage means more people are turning to hotels for housing and … Continue reading Oil & Gas Squeezes Hotels In Carlsbad, But Offers Financial Support For Arts

November 2, 2018 – Gene Grant sits down with Artie Pepin, director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, to find out more about the proposed changes to Constitutional Amendment #1, which asks voters to allow the legislature to change … Continue reading Constitutional Amendment 1: Potential Changes To Appeals Process

October 26, 2018 – The oil boom in southern New Mexico means more jobs in Carlsbad, but longtime residents and new arrivals are all finding it tough to find a place to live. The cost of both homes and rentals … Continue reading Oil Boom In Carlsbad Squeezes Local Housing Market

October 26, 2018 – New Mexico in Focus takes a closer look at electing judges to the New Mexico Court of Appeals. Six of the ten judicial positions are on the ballot this election, and four of those are contested … Continue reading Electing Judges To The New Mexico Court Of Appeals

October 19, 2018 – The oil and gas boom in southern New Mexico has brought significant new revenue to the state. It’s also created lots of new, often high paying, jobs in Carlsbad. But some local businesses are struggling to … Continue reading The Cost Of Housing Is Rising In Carlsbad Amid Oil Boom

October 12, 2018 – This election, voters are being asked to approve the proposed Constitutional Amendment 2, which would create an independent statewide ethics commission. But what exactly will the commission do? Correspondent Gwyneth Doland sits down with three experts … Continue reading Ethics Commission Amendment On The Ballot

October 12, 2018 — Clean air and water are important to everyone, no matter where they live or what their political views might be. Here in New Mexico, we have challenges with drought, climate change, public lands, and even energy … Continue reading Our Land: Midterm Elections And The Environment

October 5, 2018 – The U.S. Constitution outlines how the country will choose a president every four years through the Electoral College. Some argue that states like New Mexico, which has relatively few votes and isn’t seen as a battleground … Continue reading Should We Move To A Popular Vote For President?