Las Cruces, NM – The second of five final candidates to visit the campus of New Mexico State University, Tito Guerrero says he's a product of the land-grant institution and has a strong appreciation for diversity.
Las Cruces, NM – La Pinon is an organization that works closely with the LC police department and the community, promoting education about sexual assault. Now, one of its pilot programs is in danger of not being able to continue its work because of funding concerns. KRWG's Penny Rae addresses this and other issues surrounding sexual assault in the state.
Las Cruces, NM – One of the five final candidates for the next president of New Mexico State University is William Flores. Prior to his appointment at NMSU as provost and more recently as interim president, Flores served at California State University-Northridge (CSUN). There, he was dean for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. As Katie Goetz reports, that appointment gave Flores experience in resolving battles between professors and their students.
Las Cruces, NM – As the first presidential candidate to hold public forums on campus Dr. Wanat was calm and deliberative. He shared his academic experiences from the northern Midwest and fielded a range of questions from faculty, staff, students and community leaders.
Las Cruces, NM – Environmental attorney Robert Kennedy Jr. made a stop in Las Cruces yesterday to promote his vision of a sustainable future, one absent of a President Bush. As KRWG's Michael Olson reports, for Kennedy the environment trumps all political issues
Las Cruces, NM – Governor Richardson's proposal to reduce the scope of drilling for oil and gas on Otero Mesa has garnered the support of Senator Jeff Bingaman. But as KRWG's Michael Olson reports, the Governor's plan has angered New Mexico's Senior Senator
Las Cruces, NM – Governor Bill Richardson says that the Bureau of Land Management's plan to drill for oil and gas on Otero Mesa violates state law. As KRWG's Michael Olson reports New Mexico Senator Jeff Bingaman supports an alternate solution made by Richardson which will allow drilling, but does more to protect the Chihuahuan Desert grassland...
Las Cruces, NM – The next president of New Mexico State University is soon to be selected from a pool of five final candidates. Katie Goetz reports on the candidate who brings experience in dealing with tough minority-student issues.
Las Cruces, NM – The search for the next president of New Mexico State University has been narrowed to five final candidates. Katie Goetz reports on one hopeful who wrestled some serious financial issues during his first appointment as a university president.
Santa Fe, NM – Live from the State Capitol, Michael Olson talks with Morning Edition host Carrie Hamblen about the processes slowing the passage of bills this last week of the special legislative session.
Las Cruces, NM – U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman met with scientist on the Water Task Force in hopes that they will back legislation he wants pushed through this year. Bingaman also hosted his annual Student Leadership Seminar.
Santa Fe, NM – The Legislature is considering Gov. Richardson's proposal to repeal the food tax as a way to help low-income families. Michael Olson reports from the State Capitol on the questions being raised about the bill.
Santa Fe, NM – The Legislature is considering Gov. Richardon's tax initiative, and many are questioning how the tax cuts are going to be absorbed elsewhere in the budget. KUNM's Tom Trowbridge reports.
Las Cruces, NM – Governor Richardson made a brief visit to Las Cruces to trumpet economic development in southern New Mexico. Katie Goetz attended the press conference at City Hall and filed this report.
Las Cruces, NM – Temple University Assistant Professor Jose Antonio Lucero and Vision host Greg Bloom discuss the role of indigenous people in Ecuador and Bolivia have and continue to play in those nations in defining national and global priorities.
Vision cultural correspondent Emily Guerra is joined by woodcarver Tomasita Rodriguez.
Las Cruces, NM – KRWG-FM 90.7 will broadcast President Bush's State of the Union address and the Democratic response tonight starting at 7:00pm.
Robert Siegel hosts the news special. We'll have analysis from Mara Liasson, as well as reaction from political analysts Daniel Schorr, EJ Dionne (columnist for the Washington Post) and Tod Lindberg (Editor of Policy Review and research fellow at the Hoover Institution).
Las Cruces, NM – On February 3rd, New Mexico's registered Democrats are eligible to cast a ballot for their presidential candidate of choice.
The NM caucuses are not like Iowa's. They don't require hours of participation, nor public speeches by supporters. It is an election with the typical polling process. However, some differences do exist. The election is run by the state Democratic Party and some voting locations are different than elections which are run by the city or county.
Las Cruces, NM – Democrat Gary King is throwing his hat in New Mexico's 2nd District Congressional Primary. King says that he waited to decide on running to find out if failed 2002 Democratic nominee John Arthur Smith was going to run again. Right after he learned that State Senator Smith was not running, he felt the need to hold back yet again as former Congressman Joe Skeen passed away.