Pharmacies are running out of medicine for even the most basic care. In rebel-controlled areas, field clinics and hospitals are overwhelmed. A group of Syrian-American doctors has stepped in to help, bringing in crucial supplies and providing training.
KUNM Call In Show 12/13 8a: What foods do you prepare especially for the holidays? What do these dishes mean to you? Where can you find great holiday meals at restaurants in places like Albuquerque and Santa Fe?
This week on the KUNM Call In Show, we'll explore the importance of special foods during the holidays. We'd like to hear from you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org, post your favorite holiday recipes on our Facebook page- KUNM News, or call in live during the show.
Every weekday, Clark Porter, a tall man with a sturdy build, walks into the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse in St. Louis to work with tough ex-offenders. On the outside, he wears a suit and tie. But on the inside, he has more in common with the former felons than most.
Back in 1986, a skinny 17-year-old Porter went on trial there as an adult for robbing a post office at gunpoint. His sentence: 35 years.