Aug. 21, 2017
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Dead After Arrival

Did police miss their chance to solve a crime?

Local News Six hundred people filed into Our Lady of Guadalupe Church on Sept. 18 for the funeral of Gilbert Roybal, whose violent death six days earlier had captured the city’s attention. Was an officer too busy fl...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Corey Pein

Indicators: Sept: 23

Is It Over?

Local News If you believe Ben Bernanke about the end of the recession, SFR has a building for you to lease. Seriously.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Corey Pein

SFR Talk: The Big Picture

With David Brancaccio

Interviews David Brancaccio is one of public broadcasting’s biggest stars. He hosts NOW on PBS; public radio listeners will recall his old job, hosting Marketplace. Earlier this month, he swung by SFR’s office...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Corey Pein

This is OK

Despite violent rap, state let guard keep license

Local News Jury selection begins next month for the trial of Marino K Leyba, known to friends as Reno. He stands accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend, Sarah Lovato, and her father, Bennie Lovato Sr. Police say he co...

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Corey Pein

Briefs: Sept. 16

Local News More Damn'd Thornburgery! Plus, the New Mexican's gas card thief and the Wall Street Journal's treatment of Zozobra.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Corey Pein

Big Shakeups, Bad Omens At Thornburg

Breaking news in the unfolding drama.

Local News Are things really "looking up" for Thornburg Mortgage? Despite recent reports in the local press, the answer appears to be "no."

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 Corey Pein

Where's the Money?

SFR  hunts for Santa Fe’s wealthiest

Features The Great Recession has thrown at least 3,300 Santa Feans out of work since last August. At that rate, one student in every Santa Fe classroom has a parent who has lost a job. The wealthy have felt the contract...

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Corey Pein

T-Park Sticker Shock

Company profiting off poor is eligible for federal bailout.

Local News There are two widely accepted villains in the story of the housing market crash: greedy banks making predatory loans and greedy homebuyers buying McMansions. A third group gets less attention: people on society...

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Corey Pein

Years Late, $ Short

400th anniversary scrambles to start

Local News Santa Fe's 400th anniversary suffers from steadily dwindling expectations. Invited guests President Barack Obama, Mexican President Felipe Calderón and King Juan Carlos I of Spain remain unconfirmed. It&...

Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Corey Pein

Indicators: Aug 26

Identity Theft?

Local News Is it economic development to pay people who make knock-offs of traditional New Mexican crafts to come here and teach us how to sell the authentic stuff?

Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Corey Pein
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