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August 14, 2015 – Local media reported this week that BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico did not receive approval from the state Office of the Superintendent of Insurance for a requested 51 percent premium increase. Albuquerque Business First reports that … Continue reading The Line: Premium Increase Request From BlueCross BlueShield Rejected by NM Officials

August 14, 2015 – The new superintendent of Albuquerque Public Schools was in the news this week for text messages that he sent to APS CFO Don Moya. But Dr. Luis Valentino meant to send the messages to New Mexico … Continue reading The Line: New APS Superintendent Mistakenly Sent Texts to Employee

August 14, 2015 – At the beginning of this week, the Santa Fe New Mexican was facing a lawsuit from the state Public Regulation Commission over documents that were accidentally released to reporter Steve Terrell. The PRC later voted to … Continue reading The Line: PRC Drops Suit Against Santa Fe Newspaper

August 14, 2015 – Google announced recently that the company will move Titan Aerospace from Moriarty the the Bay Area. The drone-making company started in New Mexico and was acquired by Google in 2014. The Martinez administration announced this week … Continue reading The Line: Google Will Move Titan Aerospace to California

August 14, 2015 – A spill at the Gold King Mine in Colorado turned the Animas River deep yellow this week. Governor Susana Martinez declared a state of emergency. Farmers and ranchers are trying to keep their crops and animals alive while … Continue reading The Line: Toxic Spill in the Animas River

August 7, 2015 – Explosions at two churches in Las Cruces last weekend have many people talking about safety at places of worship in New Mexico. At the time of our broadcast this week, law enforcement officers are still looking … Continue reading The Line: Explosions at Two Churches in Las Cruces (web extra)

August 7, 2015 – A preliminary hearing began this week for two officers involved in the fatal shooting of James Boyd last year in the foothills of Albuquerque. The city of Albuquerque recently reached a settlement with Boyd’s family in a civil … Continue reading The Line: Hearing Begins for Officers Involved in Boyd Shooting

August 7, 2015 – Albuquerque city councilor Ken Sanchez has proposed that the city re-visit the idea of imposing a curfew on teens and a poll by the Albuquerque Journal this week found broad support for the idea. But are … Continue reading The Line: Do Teen Curfews Work?

August 7, 2015 – The Obama administration announced a new plan this week to cut carbon emissions across the country. The Clean Power Plan outlines specific goals for each state, including New Mexico. Excerpt from President Obama’s announcement: “We have a … Continue reading The Line: Cutting Carbon Emissions

August 7, 2015 – Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry announced this week the Confederate flag will be removed from Old Town. The flags, along with two plaques and replicas of Confederate cannons, have been the focus of a great deal of debate … Continue reading The Line: Mayor Berry Announces Removal of Confederate Flag in Old Town

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