Sept. 21, 2017
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Long Hot Summer

Despite programming on the books, Santa Fe parents still want more things for their kids to do in the summer

Local News Nearly a fifth of Santa Fe’s population is under 18 years old, according to the US Census Bureau, meaning there are around 15,000 kids out of school for the summer every year looking for activities to occupy ...

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Unsafe Spaces

Immigration advocates reporting an uptick in Santa Fe ICE arrests at local courthouses are building a database to monitor the impact

Local News Public defenders and immigration advocates in Santa Fe are attempting to systematically log the impact of President Trump’s immigration enforcement orders on the state’s court system.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Another One

Reporter’s lawsuit alleges that Martinez administration withheld law firm billing records for a year

Local News A contributing editor for the Santa Fe Reporter is suing the administration of Gov. Susana Martinez for violating the state’s open records law.

Friday, June 2, 2017 Matt Grubs, Aaron Cantú

A Big Stink

City has been working since last Wednesday to clean up a sewage spill next to a pre-school and a hospital

Local News The first sign that something was amiss were the men in biohazard suits.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Can't Stop Won't Stop

Santa Fe’s ¡YouthWorks! keeps hope lit in a darkening world

Local News Since 2001, ¡YouthWorks! has offered critical support to around 10,000 teens and young adults in the Northern New Mexico area.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Looking Ahead: Gubernatorial Candidates on NM’s Cannabis Future

Local News Come 2019, Susana Martinez will no longer be in control of the state’s medical cannabis program. Whoever replaces her as governor will need to have a plan for how to adapt the program—or to even branch out...

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Dispensary Land

Santa Fe’s five cannabis dispensaries serve a growing patient base

Features Long-standing federal limits on research into the plant’s medical uses have forced patients, doctors and dispensary owners to improvise their ways to wellness.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Duty to Succeed

The state won its first skirmish in a lawsuit alleging that New Mexico is failing to educate its kids

Local News Monday offered a preview of what could be a decisive case: Whether the state of New Mexico is violating its constitutional duty to provide quality education.

Monday, May 22, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Dumpster Drag

Pair arrested at Santa Fe University of Art and Design questions school’s response to dumpster diving

Local News Audrey Whitesides was on shift driving the airport shuttle when she spied the dumpsters full of goods near some dormitories on the Santa Fe University of Art and Design campus.

Thursday, May 18, 2017 Aaron Cantú

Two Steps Back

How Jeff Sessions’ memo on federal prosecutions could take New Mexico back to a harsher era

Local News A directive from newly appointed US Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructing prosecutors to seek the most severe charges available threatens to stunt recent progress toward less federal prison time for low-le...

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Aaron Cantú
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