Newsmakers

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  • Local Host Fred Martino, Newsmakers Anchor

The KRWG news team features the people, issues, and events that shape our community.   E-mail your story and interview ideas to feedback@nmsu.edu

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Issues And Answers: The Minimum Wage

Nov 13, 2014

Issues and Answers:  The Minimum Wage

A documentary on the fight for the $10.10 minimum wage law in Las Cruces and a panel discussion with audience questions.

Panelists include:

Sarah Nolan, Executive Director-CAFe (Communities in Action and Faith)

New Mexico K-12 Education; G.O. Bond C

Oct 17, 2014

Pearce And Lara Square Off At KRWG

Oct 14, 2014

 

 The only broadcast debate between the candidates in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District will air Thursday at 7pm on KRWG-TV and KRWG Radio.  Incumbent Republican Steve Pearce and his Democratic challenger Rocky Lara squared off at KRWG Wednesday. 

Gary King

Sep 29, 2014

Fred Martino interviews New Mexico Attorney General Gary King, the Democratic candidate for New Mexico Governor.

Chamber Economic Forum

Sep 29, 2014

Economists from New Mexico State University discuss the national and regional economic picture and the health of the financial markets.

Roxanne "Rocky" Lara

Sep 28, 2014

Fred Martino speaks with Roxanne "Rocky" Lara, the Democratic candidate in New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District.  Lara faces Republican Rep. Steve Pearce in the November election.

Field reports include:  The dangers of building near arroyos-a closer look at a cautionary tale from Dona Ana County; the challenges for medical marijuana dispensaries; and a profile of Las Cruces arts educator Irene Oliver Lewis.

Field reports include:  A plan to protect property owners in Las Cruces by ensuring homes are not built in the path of floods; concerns over the New Mexico medical marijuana program; and voters in Dona Ana County will decide on a tax increase to support public transit.

Newsmakers 625 - Foraged food, GO teacher program, Feral pigs

Sep 9, 2014

New Mexico Fair Lending Coalition

Jul 27, 2014

Fred Martino speaks with Steve Fischmann of the New Mexico Fair Lending Coalition regarding a proposal for new regulations on the "payday" loan industry.

Dr. Garrey Carruthers

Jul 27, 2014

New Mexico State University President Dr. Garrey Carruthers discusses plans for a new private medical school to be located on land at NMSU.

Carl Graham-Coalition For Self-Government In The West

Jul 16, 2014

Newsmakers 6/19/14

Jul 2, 2014

This week on Newsmakers:  A look at the difficulties faced by veterans seeking care from the VA; challenges for the U.S. Mexico Border Health Commission; and the impact of the annual Border Book Festival. 

Newsmakers 6/26/14

Jun 25, 2014

On this episode of Newsmakers: Controversy regarding a proposed zoning change near Tortugas Mountain; an in-depth look at Sol y Tierra growers; and a proposal for a healthy food zone near Centennial High School in Las Cruces.

VIDEO: Democratic Hopefuls For Governor Debate At KRWG

May 23, 2014

Josh Wheeler, Essayist -"Failure To Launch"

May 23, 2014

Fred Martino interviews Josh Wheeler regarding his report "Failure To Launch" regarding Spaceport America.  

Dede Feldman, Author-"Inside The New Mexico Senate"

May 23, 2014

PRC Candidate Sandy Jones

May 23, 2014

Chamber Economic Forum

May 9, 2014

KRWG-TV's regular update with economists from New Mexico State University, fielding questions from our studio audience.

Lawrence Rael

Apr 26, 2014

Newsmakers 4/17/14

Apr 23, 2014

This week on Newsmakers, a wide variety of field reports, including:  A push to increase the federal minimum wage is part of Congressional campaigns across the country, including New Mexico's 2nd District; a local woman starts a campaign to help clean up the Las Cruces area; and we'll meet the winner of this year's J. Paul Taylor Symposium social justice award.

Omed Noori, President-NMSU International Club

Apr 17, 2014

NMSU International Club President Omed Noori, a native of Afghanistan. Join us for a fascinating discussion about Noori's life in a war-torn nation and his adjustment to a new life in New Mexico.

Julia Brown, Dona Ana County Manager

Apr 17, 2014

Newsmakers 3/27/14

Apr 1, 2014

This week on Newsmakers:  Business owners react to a potential increase in the Las Cruces minimum wage; efforts to save Fort Bayard; concerns remain about transparency in New Mexico government; and disappointment with a temporary fix to the New Mexico lottery scholarship.

Newsmakers 3/20/14

Apr 1, 2014

Merrie Lee Soules

Mar 17, 2014

Newsmakers 2/20/14

Feb 25, 2014

Efforts to raise the minimum wage are an issue in New Mexico 2nd
Congressional district race; a profile of Rus Bradburd, a former
college basketball coach who's now making a name in the literary
world; and New Mexico teams up with restaurants to encourage healthy
eating.

Newsmakers 2/13/14

Feb 25, 2014

The minimum wage debate heats up in Las Cruces; A profile of Tony
Pennock, the artist who creates the most visible public art in
southern New Mexico: the Las Cruces water tank murals; and several
grants will fund equipment putting NMSU's Geology department in rare
company.

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