By Host: Greg Bloom, Cultural Correspondent: Emily Guerra and Producer: Michael Olson
Las Cruces, NM – Host Greg Bloom interviews the founder of School of America's Watch Father Ray Bougois. The two discuss current U.S. policy impacts on Latin America. Cultural correspondent Emily Guerra speaks with Shed No Tears author Ollie Morgan.
Las Cruces, NM – The glare from bright, shiny handcuffs in the courtoom may be dimmed if the New Mexico Supreme Court revises its rules. As Katie Goetz reports, the change - although not new - is based as much on psychology as practicality.
Las Cruces, NM – Last year, N.M.S.U. Government Professor Lesley DeNardis met with city officials in an attempt to map out a strategic, long-range, comprehensive plan for the city. The brainstorming between DeNardis and city officials led to the formation of five separate ad hoc committees. One of the committee chairs, Mike Beckett, discusses his thoughts and frustrations with serving on such a committee.
Las Cruces, NM – After supporting a handful of various presidential candidates during the caucuses New Mexico's Democratic leadership has lined up behind their presumed nominee John Kerry. As KRWG's Michael Olson reports that while a unified Democratic Party should make things easier for the Massachusetts Senator other significant challenges persist.
Las Cruces, NM – NEW MEXICO IS ONE OF THE STATES NARROWLY LOST BY PRESIDENT BUSH IN THE LAST PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AND NOW IT'S ONE OF THE STATES BEING TARGETED BY A GRASSROOTS EFFORT TO MOBILIZE ONE OF THE LARGEST POPULATIONS OF PROSPECTIVE VOTERS.
Las Cruces, NM – The battle surrounding the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program in the Southwest is decades old. As Katie Goetz reports, a recent change in paperwork has the pro-wolf community applauding, while another stakeholder is doubtful the news will produce any changes.
Las Cruces, NM – New Mexico Environment Director Ron Curry visited Las Cruces today (Thursday) to field questions and comments from Dona Ana County residents. He also said a new field office will open in Dona Ana County within 90 days. Bob Mitchell reports.
Las Cruces, NM – New Mexico Environment Department Secretary Ron Curry was in Las Cruces today (Thursday) to field questions and comments from Dona Ana County residents. He also said more help is on the way for this growing part of the state.
Las Cruces, NM – The investigation into Dona Ana County's audit has slowed to a near halt. Katie Goetz reports on how the state auditor's office and the firm that performs the audits for the county have resolved the issue.
Las Cruces, NM – New Meixco Gov. Bill Richardson spent the day in Las Cruces highlighting capital outlay commitments to revitalize the downtown mall. As KRWG's Michael Olson reports some legislators think Richardson is allowing partisanship to get in the way of what is good for the Southern New Mexico.
Las Cruces, NM – On Capitol Hill, House Republicans have pushed through a $2.4 trillion budget. Congressman Steve Pearce, a Republican from New Mexico, says for now the deficit will need to continue and will lead to economic growth.
Las Cruces, NM – About the only thing that congressional Democrats and Republicans can agree on with current Medicare legislation is that aging baby boomers are the biggest challenge the insurance program has ever seen. KRWG's Michael Olson reports that the massive piece of legislation raises key differences between the Republican and Democrat approach to health care
Las Cruces, NM – All five of the final candidates for the next president of New Mexico State University have visited the campus. As Katie Goetz reports, Michael Martin spoke of his experiences - good and bad - to an audience of faculty, staff, and students.
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.