Carlos Correa

Former News Director

Carlos Correa previously served as KRWG's News Director.  He covered stories throughout the area, and previously anchored the weekly program Fronteras-A Changing America, which airs Thursday at 7:30pm, Saturday at 5:30pm, and Sunday at 11:30am on KRWG-TV.

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Regional
6:07 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Former Senator Papen Honored

Regional
2:49 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Fronteras: Homeless Youth

Regional
4:12 pm
Wed May 30, 2012

Dealing with the Wildfire

Regional
3:11 pm
Fri May 25, 2012

Community History Project

Regional
6:21 pm
Thu May 24, 2012

Group Sending A Message

Regional
5:27 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Local Businessman's Body Found At NMSU Identified

 

LAS CRUCES (AP) -- A body found at New Mexico State University has been identified as a Las Cruces businessman who operated restaurants not far from campus.

The Las Cruces Sun-News reports NMSU Police says 32-year-old Lavar Washington, who birthday was Sunday, died from a self-inflited gunshot wound.  His body was discovered Monday in a car in a university parking lot.

Deputy Chief of Police Andy Bowen says authorities are still investigating Washington's death but they dont' suspect foul play.

Regional
5:23 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Gov. Martinez's Political Organization Ranks More Than $77,000

 

SANTA FE (AP) -- Governor Susana Martinez's political organization ranked in more than $77,000 during a five-week period as she aims to make GOP gains in the New Mexico Legislature.

The Albuquerque Journal reports that Susana PAC reported Monday raising the money during the reporting period that stretched from April 3 through May 3.  The governor's PAC reported receiving $10,000 each from six companies, including Mack Energy of Artesia, which contributed $117, 500 to Martinez's gubernatorial campaign in 2010.

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Regional
5:19 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Gov. Martinez Criticizes Mitt Romney's Stance on Immigration

 

SANTA FE (AP) -- New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, a Republican often mentioned as a potential vice presidential candidate but who repeatedly has denied interest, has criticized fellow Republican Mitt Romney's stance on immigration.

Martinez questioned the likely GOP presidential nominee's 'self-deportation' strategy during an interview with Newsweek.

The magazine quotes the governor as asking for the meaning of self-deportation.  She also says she doesn't doubt that Hispanics were alienated during the campaign for the GOP nomination.

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Regional
5:15 am
Wed May 16, 2012

Gov. Martinez Issues Drought Declaration

 

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) -- New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has issued a drought declaration covering the entire state.

In a statement she said fire danger is high, water reservoirs are low and some communities have been forced to take 'dramatic steps' to reduce water consumption.

Martinez's declaration will make it easier for farmers, ranchers and communities to secure federal funding for expenses related to the drought.

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Carlos Correa Reports
3:09 pm
Mon May 7, 2012

Students Learn To Balance College And Military

Carlos Correa Reports
8:38 pm
Mon April 30, 2012

Vaqueros Baseball Returns to Las Cruces

Fronteras: A Changing America
3:20 pm
Thu April 26, 2012

Fronteras: Combating School Bullying

Nuestra Comunidad
9:36 am
Wed April 25, 2012

Milo's Making Las Cruces Look Good

Carlos Correa Reports
2:42 pm
Thu April 19, 2012

Border Book Festival Takes Over Mesilla

 

 

(MESILLA, NM) -- The longest running book fair in New Mexico is underway and as the event helps draw hundreds of people to the town of Mesilla every year.

2012 is the year of healing and transformation and for Denise Chavez, director of the Border Book Festival, it’s been well planned journey.

“It reaches across lines.  That’s one of our beliefs systems in the Border Book Festival that art can heal and reach people of all ages and backgrounds and cultures,” she said.

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Carlos Correa Reports
11:46 am
Thu April 19, 2012

Rebuilding Juarez

Carlos Correa Reports
11:53 am
Wed April 18, 2012

Advance Learning

Carlos Correa Reports
5:42 pm
Thu April 12, 2012

Community Helping Women's Shelter in Juarez

 

(LAS CRUCES) -- Community members are coming together to help neighbors across the border in Cuidad Juarez.

Patricia Hernandez is volunteering to raise money for a place helping hundreds of women living in Cuidad Juarez.

“It gives women hope and a safe place to go that they know where they are, it doesn’t have to be that way,” she said.

Centro de Proteccion de Mujer a Mujer is a shelter for women dealing with domestic violence.  The facility gives victims and their children a safe place to stay while providing much needed services in the area.

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Carlos Correa Reports
4:55 pm
Wed April 11, 2012

Udall Hosting Hearings in Las Cruces

Carlos Correa Reports
7:29 pm
Tue April 10, 2012

Las Cruces Student Begins Bullying Campaign

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