The Santa Fe Reporter filed a lawsuit against Governor Susana Martinez alleging her staff blacklisted the paper after critical coverage. Four years later, a judge has issued a decision in that case, saying the paper’s free expression rights were not violated but that the Governor’s Office did break the state’s open records law.
New Mexico Attorney General Joining Suit Over Net Neutrality – The Associated Press New Mexico's attorney general is joining top prosecutors in other states suing the Federal Communications Commission for repealing "net neutrality" rules.
New Mexico’s population growth has stagnated and much of our population outflow is made up of younger people seeking opportunities in places with better economies. A new symposium that takes place Dec. 19-21 at the University of New Mexico aims to bring back some of our brightest young people in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields (STEM) by bringing them together with potential employers who need people with their skills. On this episode we talk about how the symposium...
The Children's Hour Sat 12/16 9a: The KUNM Kids present the best of 2017 for kids. We'll play our favorite new songs, review a couple of the best books for kids, and cover movies worth seeing. Plus, what happened on this date in 1773? It wasn't an ordinary tea party! Great music, a family events calendar, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club and more, all in an hour.
Public Health New Mexico
The Indian Health Service—the federal agency tasked with providing health services to Native American communities—has long been the go-to health care provider for tribes in New Mexico and across the country. But in recent years, that has started to change, and a growing number of tribes are deciding that managing their own clinics and behavioral health programs will help build healthier, more resilient communities.