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Marching Against Climate Change

Activists take cross-country walk to confront human causes of climate change

Local News John Jorgenson didn't know what else to do when he found himself urged by administration not to speak about climate change in his high school science classes

Monday, May 19, 2014 Emily Zak

Santa Fe Police Seek Donor to Save Teen's Life

Blood drive until 4 pm Monday at SFPD

Local News The Santa Fe Police Department is holding a blood drive today until 4 pm to help find a matching donor for an Ojo Caliente teen suffering from a rare blood disease.SFPD says Miquela Martinez, 16, was&

Monday, May 19, 2014 Justin Horwath

Marijuana Rule Change Blasted

Former Gov. Gary Johnson says regulations would send New Mexico patients over the Colorado border

Local News Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson railed against newly proposed medical cannabis rules at a morning news conference that included Democratic Party candidate for governor Alan Webber, patients an

Friday, May 16, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Candidate TV commercials on the air

Softballs, hard sells and lots of smiles try to snag votes

Local News Updated, May 13: They're coming at us from every channel. TV and radio ads for New Mexico politicians won’t likely ease up between now and the June 3 primary.  Want to compare the messages? Here’s a co...

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 SFR

En Fuego

Santa Fe’s semi-pro baseball team is back for a third season

Local News The May 14 home opener against Taos Blizzard marks the start of the third season for the Fuego.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 Julie Ann Grimm

There Will Be Spills

Yet NM can’t hold oil and gas violators accountable

Local News While all New Mexicans benefit from oil and gas revenues, only part of the state shoulders the burden of environmental and public health impacts from spills. New Mexicans might not know, however, is that the st...

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 Laura Paskus

Speed Dating with Science

Santa Fe Business Incubator brings entrepreneurs and LANL scientists together

Local News  They’ve found it! The New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program and the Santa Fe Business Incubator have partnered to present a new way for local small businesses and startups to get free

Monday, May 12, 2014 Bryan Bergman

Blunt adjustments

New rules proposed for New Mexico medical cannabis program

Local News New proposed regulations on New Mexico’s medical cannabis program include steep fee increases for both patients and producers, but insiders say they don’t address a supply shortage.

Monday, May 12, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

City Hears Ideas To Revamp Plaza

Mayor Javier Gonzales wants more pedestrian-friendly downtown

Local News As a part of his "People to the Plaza" initiative, Mayor Javier Gonzales and the city held a hearing Monday night to hear ideas for the making Santa Fe's Plaza more vibrant.

Monday, May 12, 2014 Joey Peters

AG probe raises questions about health audit integrity

Easter Seals El Mirador is latest provider cleared by attorney general

Local News For the second time this year, the results of a Human Services Department audit and an investigation by the attorney general produced vastly different outcomes, deepening a mystery as to how and why the state...

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 New Mexico In Depth
 
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