March 1, 2017
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Uncertain Fates

NM’s next governor could commute death sentences

Local News Although the New Mexico Legislature voted to repeal the death penalty in March, the new law doesn’t impact the two men currently on death row or any others who could be sentenced to death for crimes commi...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Dave Maass

Briefs: Sept. 23

Local News Fiesta crime tally, court-ordered document shredding and bargaining chips for serial killers.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Dave Maass

The New Ball & Chain

New Mexico’s laws keep sex offenders under lock and signal

Features In orbit 13,000 miles above earth, 24 US military satellites with atomic-clock hearts cycle the earth twice a day. In New Mexico,  the Corrections Department relies on this Big Brother-style satellite tech...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Dave Maass


Paranormal experts feel alienated by Obama

Local News Change may be harder to believe in than extraterrestrial life—at least when it comes to releasing classified records, according to UFOlogists in attendance at Angel Fire’s first Paranormal Symposium...

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Dave Maass

Indicators: Sept. 16

Welcome Back Barter

Local News Before the term “fiat” became mostly synonymous with the Italian car-manufacturing industry, economists used it to describe the currency that governments create without any kind of material backing....

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Dave Maass

SFR Talk: The Wild Bunch

With Bryan Bird

Interviews Throughout its 20 years, WildEarth Guardians (formerly Forest Guardians) has grown into a nationally respected environmental organization. Its Wild Places Program director, Bryan Bird, answered SFR’s eco-...

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 Dave Maass

Chooser Illusion

City councilor pushes for ranked-choice voting in ’10

Local News In March 2008, Santa Fe voters passed two election-related amendments to the city charter. One mandates that the Santa Fe City Council put in place public campaign financing, and the other requires that the cit...

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Dave Maass

Fill in the Blanks: Answers

Did you pass the pay-to-play knowledge test?

Local News On Aug. 27, the Associated Press lifted a great weight off Gov. Bill Richardson’s back; anonymous sources confirmed the governor would not be indicted following a federal investigation into whether he had...

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Dave Maass

Indicators: Sept. 2

Download Downlow

Local News New Mexico's information superhighway is a bit backed up.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Dave Maass

Briefs: Sept. 2

Local News A local DJ waxes poetic, heath care refuses to take a day off and environmentalists hand out grades.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Dave Maass
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