Entertainment
9:12 am
Fri November 9, 2012

The New Mexico Philharmonic: Music of Brahms, Elgar and Verdi

Fri. 11/9 10a:  Spencer Beckwith speaks with guest conductor Dante Anzolini about the New Mexico Philharmonic's concerts on November 10 at Popejoy Hall and November 11 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.  Maestro Anzolini leads the Philharmonic in the Brahms Requiem, Elgar's "Enigma Variations" and Verdi's overture to "La Forza del Destino."

Read more
The Two-Way
8:43 am
Fri November 9, 2012

No Federal Charges Against Syracuse Coach

Federal prosecutors say they will not bring charges against former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine, who a year ago was accused of having sexually abused young boys.

According to The Post-Standard in Syracuse, "after nearly a year of police scouring more than 100,000 pages of seized documents and interviewing 130 witnesses, the investigation that attracted national media attention has ended, prosecutors said."

Read more
The Two-Way
8:16 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Lt. Col Herbert Carter, One Of The Last Tuskegee Airmen, Dies

Tuskegee Airman Col. Herbert Carter, listens as Gov. Robert Bentley reads a proclamation honoring the fliers during a ceremony at the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala., on Jan. 20.
Dave Martin AP

Originally published on Mon November 12, 2012 6:31 am

Retired Lt. Col. Herbert Carter, who flew 77 missions in Europe during World War II with the famed Tuskegee Airmen, died Thursday at the East Alabama Medical Center in Opelika, Stan Ingold of Alabama Public Radio reports.

Read more
The Two-Way
6:44 am
Fri November 9, 2012

'Drunk Nate Silver' Parody Wakes Up After Real Nate Silver's Big Score

@drunknatesilver

Being declared the election's second-biggest winner has meant lots of attention for FiveThirtyEight.com statistical wiz Nate Silver, who pretty much nailed the Obama-Romney race.

It's also put new life into the Twitter parody account "Drunk Nate Silver."

Read more
Local News
6:36 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Chuck Franco, First Gentleman, takes job in Santa Fe

The husband of Governor Susana Martinez, who turned in his sheriff's badge when his wife was elected governor of New Mexico, has gone back to work.

The Albuquerque Journal reports that a Martinez spokesman confirmed First Gentleman Chuck Franco started a new job last week as a security officer at the U.S. Courthouse in downtown Santa Fe.

Franco, former Dona County undersheriff, is working roughly 20 hours a week for a private security company that is under contract with the U.S. Marshals Service.

Read more
Local News
6:33 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Republican Poll Challenger detained for voting twice

A Republican poll challenger was arrested Election Day when he tried to vote a second time.

Read more
Local News
6:32 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Sandoval County Clerk denies responsibility for long lines at the polls in Rio Rancho

The Sandoval County Clerk says nothing could have been done to eliminate the long lines for some voters in Rio Rancho on Election Day.

KOAT-TV reports Sally Padilla defended her office's performance Thursday saying they hadn't been given enough equipment to handle the growing city's electorate.  Hundreds of voters waited for hours, some for over 4 hours, to vote on Tuesday night.

The Two-Way
5:53 am
Fri November 9, 2012

New York Starts Gas Rationing; New Jersey To Re-evalulate

One way to avoid the odd-even rationing rule is to line up with a gas can and no car, as these people were doing last week in Matawan, N.J.
Michael Loccisano Getty Images

Originally published on Fri November 9, 2012 12:16 pm

Nearly two weeks after Superstorm Sandy pummeled the region, problems getting gas to stations and power outages that have left many pumps inoperable continue to plague drivers in New York City, New Jersey and some points nearby.

So starting today, New York City and Long Island are joining New Jersey by enacting gas rationing rules.

Read more
Africa
5:51 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Woman In Kenya Names Her Twins Obama, Mitt

Originally published on Fri November 9, 2012 10:46 am

Transcript

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. In his acceptance speech, the president said he would reach out to his Republican rival. And for sure, the future holds brotherly love for Barack and Mitt - in Kenya. That country has long embraced Barack Obama as one of its own, but this week a young mother seems to have caught the spirit of reconciliation. On Wednesday, Millicent Owuor gave birth to twin boys, and she named them Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. You're listening to MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

Around the Nation
5:42 am
Fri November 9, 2012

Election Lesson: Why Every Vote Counts

Originally published on Fri November 9, 2012 10:46 am

Transcript

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Pages