As severe drought returns to New Mexico, farmers and skiers alike fret over the state’s lack of snow. Meanwhile, on a cold, cloudy Monday morning in Washington, DC, attorneys for New Mexico, Texas, Colorado and the United States government grappled over the muddy waters of the Rio Grande.
Let's Talk New Mexico 1/11 8a: The 2018 legislative session begins January 16. Along with setting state spending priorities, lawmakers are also expected to consider legislation on education and public safety during the 30-day session. What questions do you have about the upcoming session? What issues do you hope get the most attention from lawmakers this year?
The Children's Hour, Sat 1/13 9a: What is it to be media literate? We’re re-broadcasting a show we recorded in 2002 with the late, legendary Bob McCannon, who was an expert in educating kids about being media savvy. Part of your balanced breakfast, The Children’s Hour, Saturdays, 9 to 10am.
State Analysts Review Factors Fueling Albuquerque Crime Rate – The Associated Press Analysts for the Legislative Finance Committee say they are undertaking a review of the Bernalillo County criminal justice system.
Sat. 1/13 12p: Carol Boss talks with photojournalist Paola Gianturco whose new book "Wonder Girls" documents the change that groups of activist girls age 10-18 are igniting around the world. It includes Malawian girls who convinced Parliament to outlaw child marriage; Ugandan girls advocating for girls' rights at a U.N. meeting; Tongan girls who created and host a weekly radio show to focus attention on Tonga's "undiscussable subject" - child abuse.