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NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS is New Mexico PBS' prime-time news magazine show covering the events, issues, and people that are shaping life in New Mexico and the Southwest. Hosted by Gene Grant, NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS takes a multi-layered look at social, political, economic, health, education and arts issues and explores them in-depth, with a critical eye to give them context beyond the "news of the moment."
 
Chairman Steve Pearce has a weekly statewide radio broadcast on Network New Mexico. He will be discussing critical issues that are important to all of us living in the wonderful state of New Mexico. Please share with your contacts and spread the word about the weekly broadcast and the important issues and events taking place Inside New Mexico. Real Issues. Real People. Real New Mexico.
 
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I Love New Mexico

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I Love New Mexico

Bunny Terry

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Bunny has been writing a blog called I Love New Mexico for over 13 years but now she wants to bring it to you via audio medium through this new fun podcast! We’ll talk with all sorts of New Mexicans – maybe a celebrity, author, and public figure or two, but mostly just locals from your hometown and Bunny's, people who know where to get the best green chile cheeseburger and which books to read and how to find the well-stocked thrift store or raft the wildest stretch of river. Someone who reme ...
 
Brava serves as a platform in which women, inclusive of LGBTQ communities, will finally be highlighted and valued for our contributions to the community. We are guided by intersectional feminism and the belief that our time is here, it is now, and together, we must speak.
 
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New Mexico and The Vote

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New Mexico and The Vote

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What did women's suffrage look like in New Mexico? Journalist Megan Kamerick dives into the past in this new podcast featuring a lineup of noteworthy guests. New Mexico and the Vote is part of a project in conjunction with PBS's American Experience, "The Vote" airing on New Mexico PBS on July 6th and 7th at 8pm.
 
Yee-Haw!! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time they are on their way to Bluewater, New Mexico, ready for whatever adventure they can find. But this time, trouble spots them on the train. Will the Pony Rider Boys be able to handle whatever comes their way? (Summary by Ann Boulais) Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Alkali Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Grand Canyon
 
On Where We Meet, we share stories reflecting the human experience, weaving connections of space, place, land, and time from New Mexico and beyond. Thoughtful interviews and conversations about the richness of the histories, traditions, borders, art, movements of change, and beauty connected to New Mexico. Where We Meet comes from Taos Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico, and is supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations e ...
 
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New Mexico in Focus Senior Producer Lou DiVizio updates state headlines, including a new lawsuit filed by a local news nonprofit seeking public records from the Lujan Grisham administration concerning alcohol policy. According to reporting in the Santa Fe New Mexican, New Mexico In Depth filed it's complaint Monday on behalf of journalist Ted Alcor…
 
Albuquerque, like most US cities, has a housing crisis. But, it’s acute here. According to the City, the shortage is 80,000 homes, 30,000 units for those with low and moderate incomes and 50,000 market rate houses and apartments. Those with lowest incomes face the greatest challenges and, of course, this is one cause of homelessness. But the lack o…
 
On this week's show Paul talks to Preston Cooper about his new research on the Return on Investment (ROI) of a college education and the new report he has written which ranks US states by the ROI of their higher education systems. Cooper is a researcher working on higher education issues for the The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity (FRE…
 
As some states push to roll back voting rights and election deniers work to overturn election results, democracy itself is at stake in statehouses around the country. On the next Let's Talk New Mexico, we'll discuss how legislators could reshape democracy in our state.Από τον Andrew Oxford
 
Since 2019, the City of Albuquerque has leaned hard into some alternative efforts toward addressing the complexities behind two major issues plaguing the city: violent crime and mental/behavioral health. In November 2019, city leaders announced the launch of the "Violence Intervention Program," or VIP for short. The program connects streetwise soci…
 
This is a very special episode with two very talented people. Jock and Tracy talk all things New Mexico, art, ballet and cancer survival. This episode promotes the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico's "Healing with HeArt" initiative that will be unveiled at the 2023 Sweetheart Auction on February 11. To learn more about the Sweetheart Auction visit t…
 
Join New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Communications Director Darren Vaughan and Licensing Operations Manager Chad Nelson as they discuss the ins and outs of the 2023-2024 Big Game Draw in the first video of the department’s “Drawing Your Way to Success” series.Από τον New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
 
In this week's episode of "Inside New Mexico," Steve talks about the ongoing corruption surrounding Joe and Hunter Biden, the classified documents found in Biden's garage, the drug crisis taking over major cities, the legislative session and the Democrats' attacks on the oil and gas industry in New Mexico while proposing more and more spending of o…
 
Several members of the Lujan Grisham Administration have departed recently in the midst of the legislative session. Paul and Wally discuss some of the more notable departurers. RGF recently released a study about the medical provider shortage. Last week was School Choice week. Bills have been introduced on both the Democrat and Republican sides of …
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates state headlines, including the announcement that Public Education Secretary Kurt Steinhaus has resigned his position. Then, Lou introduces Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's recent press conference on public safety. The Governor delivered remarks from her office while being joined by legislative leaders from both parties. Du…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to his old friend Drew Johnson. Drew and Paul both worked in Washington, DC for the National Taxpayers Union (and Foundation). Drew and Paul discuss government waste and their past and current efforts to reduce it. Also, Drew recently ran for office in Nevada which allows for mail-in ballots and vote harvesting a…
 
New Mexico has struggled with education rankings, and critics say charter schools have contributed to the problem. On this week's Let's Talk New Mexico we’ll look at current standards for charter schools and we'll hear firsthand from advocates, public officials, and school staff about the strengths and weaknesses of the charter school system.…
 
Brady McGee, Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Our Land senior producer Laura Paskus discuss f2754, the Mexican wolf who traveled from her pack in southeastern Arizona to northern New Mexico and was recently captured on private land near Angel Fire. Mexican wolves that disperse north of Interstate-40 and …
 
RGF/Paul’s case against the City of Albuquerque for its "donation" to Planned Parenthood has officially been filed. Also, RGF successfully appealed its free speech case at the United States District Court. A few notable bills coming up in Committee for which RGF will deliver testimony. 08:30AM NM HB96 Combined Cycle Natural Gas As Renewable 01:30PM…
 
It is a remarkable story in New Mexico politics and something that made national headlines multiple times over the last few weeks. A former Republican candidate for the New Mexico House is accused of plotting shootings at the homes of four Democratic lawmakers in Albuquerque. Solomon Peña, who was arrested on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, now faces f…
 
Say hello to "The Little Goat Outpost." We love this rural homestead with two miniature goats located in the tiny village of Tres Piedras, New Mexico. Run by the great Tanya Savas, a fellow New Mexico lover. Learn more about her business and why you should go for a fun "glamping trip" up in Tre Piedres as soon as possible. Links The Little Goat Hou…
 
NMiF Senior Producer Lou DiVizio kicks off the show with headlines from around the state, including an update on the detention status of the suspect charged in the string of shootings targeting lawmakers. Then, listen to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's 2023 State of the State Address for context on her priorities as lawmakers begin discussions on…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to his old friend Paul Teller. The two Paul's go back 20 years when Teller was staff director at the Republican Study Caucus, a conservative coalition of House Republicans in Congress. They discuss how the conservative movement has evolved since then and some of the issues and battles that led us to the current m…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 1/19 8am: Beyond the limits of the tight legislative calendar, lawmakers are faced with the challenge of understanding dozens of bills each session without having full-time staffers to help them. They often rely on industry insiders, lobbyists or activists for information on how proposed legislation will work. Furthermore, leg…
 
NM's legislative session begins at noon. We can talk broadly about what to look for in the upcoming session on a whole host of issues. MLG's "more of the same" budget is built on extraordinary growth in oil production. Sadly it doesn't seriously address tax reform. Paul and Wally briefly discuss the latest in the gas stove "wars." New Mexico popula…
 
In this week’s episode of “Inside New Mexico,” Steve talks about the anti-2A bills being heard this Legislative Session, New Mexico Democrats pushing to codify up-to-birth abortions with no protections for women, Republicans in Congress passing the "Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act" with no support from our New Mexico representatives, R…
 
Starting today (Jan. 17, 2023) - New Mexico's elected representatives are back in the Capitol for another legislative session. This time they're in for 60 days of lawmaking at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, and once again, the agenda seems packed. This week, Chris and Gabby are diving into the 2023 session. The state's continued record oil revenues ar…
 
On this episode we have our first podcaster podcast guest. Caitlin Lowe is the host and producer of Silver On the Sage Podcast, dedicated to connecting Philmont Scout Ranch alumni. Philmont is located near Cimarron, NM and by land area, it is one of the largest youth camps in the world. Each summer, an average of 20,000 Scouts and adult leaders bac…
 
On this week's interview show Paul talks to Rep. Ryan Lane (R-Aztec) the incoming House Minority Leader in the New Mexico Legislature. Paul and Ryan talk about what made Ryan get into politics and what he and the minority Republicans hope to accomplish during the impending 2023 legislative session. Specifically, they discuss New Mexico's massive su…
 
In this weeks Inside Radio, Chairman Steve Pearce and the 2nd Vice Chair Leticia Munoz from the Republican Party of NM discuss Biden's border visit and the vote for US House Speaker. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inside-nm/message
 
Medications like Methadone and Suboxone could help save lives and increase the chances of recovery when given to people behind bars, but it's rare to see that actually happen. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we talk with a doctor who wants to make them available by law, and a lawyer who says they are a right, and we want to hear what you think. …
 
Paul was called "prescient" by one national publication for his analysis regarding natural gas in appliances. Paul and Wally really enjoyed this recent cartoon in the Albuquerque Journal. Proposals will be considered in the upcoming session. Should the New Mexico Legislature be “professionalized?” A powerful Democrat legislator wants to make New Me…
 
For the Lobos, you could say "its been a minute." It's been roughly eight seasons since the Lobo men's basketball team has made waves for their play on the court. Now on their fourth coach in the last decade, the team has opened its 2022-23 season with some remarkable success. Starting with 14 straight wins, the team remained undefeated until a clo…
 
Bunny talks to Chris (Stoutmeister) Jackson of Dark Side Brew Crew, "a collective of craft beer-loving writers, who love our bizarre home state and all of its quirkiness, but especially the local breweries," about all things New Mexico beer including the history of breweries in the state. If you want to learn some awesome facts about how breweries …
 
Senior Producer Lou DiVizio introduces the show and tosses things over to Gene Grant for his exclusive interview with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller. During their one-on-one conversation, Gene speaks with Mayor Keller about the city's 'Housing Forward' initiative and questions how the city fell so far behind on housing. Gene also asks if the plan to …
 
Contrary to pre-election surveys, the Latino electorate did not veer sharply Right and was pivotal in key Senate races in Nevada and Arizona. Was the polling wrong about the importance of the economy and unpopularity of Biden with Latinos? And how does this square with the much-publicized result in Florida, where Latinos did veer sharply Right? Joi…
 
On this week's show Paul talks to Robert Hockaday about his company's efforts to turn animal waste created in New Mexico's agriculture industry into a variety of economically-valuable products (everything from fertilizer to CO2). The Tucumcari Bio-Energy Company would seem to be a win-win for New Mexico's economy and the environment. What are the o…
 
In this week’s episode of “Inside New Mexico,” Steve talks about wild federal government spending, the battle over the U.S. House Speaker and the release of President Trump’s tax returns. And host Derek Underhill interviews Republican Party of New Mexico ’s 2nd Vice Chair Leticia Munoz about the party’s future and goals. --- Send in a voice message…
 
MLG and the other winners from November were sworn in over the New Year's weekend. We can discuss what she had to say and what 2023 has in store. She has also named a new health secretary from Oregon. NM population drops in latest Census data. Ten years on was NM's Medicaid reform a failure? Rep. Jason Harper has released a one-pager on some reform…
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates state headlines, including the Governor's picks for the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission. Then, Gene Grant and a panel of political experts talk through the new budget surplus available for lawmakers when session starts later this month. Gene and the panel also explore proposed legislation on guns. And, Gene and our …
 
Happy New Year from the New Mexico News Podcast! And with that, we can't think of a better way to ring in 2023 than by bringing back the proverbial "Magic 8 Ball" of news. This week on the podcast, Chris & Gabby are back with their predictions as to what will be the biggest news stories to watch out for in 2023. This year's list includes a handful …
 
If you're a political enthusiast (or nerd) like us, you'll love hearing about what Fred Nathan and "Think New Mexico" are up to during this legislative session. We may have different opinions on a lot of things, but most of us can agree that education is important. Listen to this episode to learn how Think New Mexico, " a results-oriented think tan…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the massive $1.7 trillion federal spending bill, the Twitter Files, electric vehicles, the oil and gas industry and the Nord Stream pipeline. Steve also addresses governments and food shortages, the future EPA hearings on new methane rules and why more people are moving to Texas. And St…
 
Investigative journalism is a core piece of the work inside the KRQE News 13 newsroom. Across 2022, our KRQE Investigates team, including Gabrielle Burkhart and Ann Pierret, published more than 30 investigations for broadcast. Some of their most impactful work is featured this month in an hour-long, year-end KRQE Investigates news special. This wee…
 
This week on New Mexico in Focus, we consider the lessons that drought, fire, and flood taught us in 2022. Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus sits down with New Mexico State Forestry’s Collin Haffey and Staci Timmons with the New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources to talk about fire, post-fire flooding, and also the state’s water chall…
 
For many of us, the holiday season is a time to reflect on doing good, on helping our fellow humans, and investing in our communities. On this week’s Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll be examining what that means from several different perspectives.Από τον Ty Bannerman
 
Paul was in Jackson, Wyoming last week w/ Grover Norquist and a number of other center/right folks. He briefly shares news from conservative activists from across the country. As relates to our ongoing discussions of the medical provider shortage a new LFC report finds it is hard for Medicaid patients to get access to medical care. MLG is talking a…
 
To close out 2022, KRQE News 13 is back recounting some of the most feel good stories of the year. 18 different stories are featured in this year's hour-long "Best Good News of 2022" news special, which begins airing on the KRQE Media Group family of stations this week. With a closer look at the work behind those stories, this week, Chris and Gabby…
 
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