March 31, 2015

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Don't miss Dr. Seuss!

Celebrate the Chavez Center and SITE's anniversaries, take in a tribute to Dr. Seuss, dance the night away to reggae or the music of the roaring '20s

Friday, March 13, 2015 SFR

Morning Word: Lawmakers in Roundhouse Stalemate

Lawmakers still in stalemate at the Roundhouse

 It's Friday the 13th, and if you're a little anxious this morning, you may suffer from triskaidekaphobia, or you could be a lawmaker at the center of an ethics complaint. Can gridlock end before the close...

Friday, March 13, 2015 Peter St. Cyr

Supreme Court Narrows IPRA Damages

$100 a day fine not applicable to wrongfully witholding public records

 In a big ruling today, the New Mexico Supreme Court limited the types of damages the public can seek in the state Inspection of Public Records Act.

Thursday, March 12, 2015 Joey Peters

Editor Arrested

UPDATED: Head of Santa Fe New Mexican newsroom charged with DWI on Canyon Road

The editor of Santa Fe’s daily newspaper is facing charges of aggravated DWI following his arrest early this morning. Ray Rivera, who took over the post at the head of the Santa Fe New Mexican newsr

Thursday, March 12, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Behavioral Health Shakeup Bill Lands in GOP House

Legislation seeks to give providers of mental health more protections from Medicaid fraud allegations by state

A bill that seeks to give providers of Medicaid services more protections avenue in exonerating themselves when the state accuses them of defrauding the Medicaid program is in front of a Republican-controlle...

Thursday, March 12, 2015 Justin Horwath

No Local Control

Bid to limit local control of oil and gas goes to Senate

About 25 cities or counties in New Mexico have passed restrictions on mining, oil and gas that go beyond state laws. These are things like: dictating how close wells can be

Thursday, March 12, 2015 New Mexico In Depth

Morning Word: Feds Sued Over Fracking Permits

Environmentalists claim public health and cultural assets put at risk

Groups like WildEarth Guardians complain that the BLM should cease approving all oil drilling permits in the Mancos area at least until its management plan is completed.

Thursday, March 12, 2015 Peter St. Cyr

Morning Word: Senators Table Right-To-Work Bills

Restrictive abortion measures denied direct floor vote

Republicans are calling the defeat of right-to-work legislation, "A sad day for New Mexico." Unions laud the action, but say they're on guard for attempts to bring it back.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Peter St. Cyr

Testing over Teaching

Let’s be clear, testing is not the same as educating; despite the hype of federal and state officials who are busy defending testing as a strategy to improve failing public schools.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Andrea L Mays

3 Questions

with Frank Norris

On Wednesday at the NM History Museum, Frank Norris, historian for the National Park Services leads a talk titled “Black Pioneers on Route 66.”

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Enrique Limón