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Santa Fe County will hold a public hearing this evening to receive further comments on its proposed Solid Waste Management and Recycling Ordinance - this public hearing follows a round of public meetings held during May throughout the County on the proposed Ordinance. KSFR’s Marion Cox talks to Craig OHare, of Santa Fe's Public Works Department, about the controversial ordinance.

 

The County meeting space is directly behind the Lensic theatre on Sandoval street. If passed, any new “waste hauling” schemes will likely not take effect until late 2016.

 

Organizations often try to get their message across using humor. One such protest against a gathering of top energy executives will take place tomorrowJuly 1 in Albuquerque. Sebastian Huerta has more.

 

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Last week Boston Marathon Bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death for the 2013 attack called one of the worst terrorist attacks in American history.  3 people were killed and 268 were injured.  During his sentence the 21 year old bomber broke a long silence, apologizing for his actions saying he was quote “sorry for the lives that I've taken, for the suffering that I've caused you, for the damage that I've done. Irreparable damage.

 

Legal Affairs writer Denise Lavoie of the Associated Press Boston Bureau is the lead author a newly-released e- and text-book on the bombing, and she told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE about how she was caught up in covering the story.

 

AP Legal Affairs correspondent Denise Lavoie, who covered the Boston Marathon bombing story through the conviction and death sentence of the surviving bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

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Today Dr. Erica Elliott talks about Mold and their more dangerous counterparts: Microtoxins

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Tuesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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KSFR's Jeremy Zeilik brings you local news at noon. 

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This month The US Department of Agriculture has been focusing on rural communities and celebrating Farm to Table programs. New Mexico’s Farm to Table program is led by Pam Roy who also coordinates the New Mexico Food and Agriculture Policy Council. KSFR's Zelie Pollon asked her to explain what Farm to Table does throughout the state and how their work is changing our access and our children’s to fresh food.

 

 

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In a 5-4 decision this morning the US Supreme Court blocked one of the Obama administration’s most ambitious environmental initiatives, meant to limit emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants from coal-fired power plants. KSFR spoke with Steve Michel, Chief Counsel for Energy Programs with Western Resource Advocates on what today’s decision means.

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In this edition of The Sporting Life, host Dan DeFrancesco reflects on the outcomes of his early predictions for the Women's World Cup soccer competition in Canada. Dan's second order of business is his fear that MLB's emerging stars might be putting the grandstand ahead of the grand slam. 

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Monday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Local News at Noon presented by Jeremy Zelik

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New Mexico non profits have to get creative in the ways they raise money. This idea may give you “paws,” but the Animal Humane Society of New Mexico may have come up with the best idea yet with a cat video festival beginning today. KSFR’s Jeremy Zelik has the story    

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Pride is more than just a celebration of how far we’ve come as a community: It’s also a time to reflect on how far we still have to go. Thousands of New Mexicans are living with HIV or AIDS diagnoses, and dozens die each year as a result of HIV and AIDS. Local nonprofit Southwest CARE Center works tirelessly to stop the spread of HIV and AIDS, and to improve the lives and health outcomes of New Mexicans living with these diseases. KSFR’s Kate Powell sat down with Kelly Mytinger (MIGHT-ing-er), Outreach Program Manager at Southwest CARE Center, to talk about an important HIV testing event taking place this Saturday on the Plaza.    

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Santa Fe’s most popular hangout for kids and teenagers is having a birthday bash this weekend. KSFR’s Dennis Carroll reports from Warehouse 21    

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One of the last stops for the American Idol talent show auditions heading into this fall’s final season, is Santa Fe.  As of 7a.m. about 50 wannabees lined up at Santa Fe’s Railyard Park.  KSFR’s Deborah Martinez was there, as teens and their parents, and youth as old as 28 prepared for the sing-off.    

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Friday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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KSFR's Jeremy Zeilik brings you local news at noon. 

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How -- and not whether -- Santa Fe develops is the topic of much discussion, and nowhere moreso than at last night’s city council meeting. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with City Councilor Patti Bushee about Wednesday's meeting and the decision to reject a new housing development along Agua Fria Street.

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As the Public Regulation Commission granted PNM more time to finalize its plan for San Juan Generating Station, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced he no longer supports PNM's current proposal. The AG says PNM's intention to replace energy lost when it shuts down two units at its coal-fired power plant near Farmington with a combination of other resources, including more coal, is "not good enough." KSFR At Noon hosts Zelie Pollon and Tom Trowbridge spoke to Balderas spokesman James Hallinan and Environment New Mexico State Director Sanders Moore about the Attorney General's stance on PNM's plan, and about good alternatives to coal power in New Mexico.  

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Thursday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Local News with Kate Powell

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Will younger generations of Santa Fe residents be able to live closer to downtown than some of their parents who have been pushed to the southside as housing has become less affordable?  That’s the question developers of a multi-story apartment complex pledge to answer with their sustainable project planned for Agua Fria Street.  But as KSFR’s Deborah Martinez reports, the plan has not been endorsed by the city’s planning commission or by some property owners living in the area.

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Democratic lawmakers felt the brunt of Gov. Susana Martinez's 42 capital outlay project vetoes, with 27 of those projects sponsored solely by Democrats. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with New Mexico InDepth’s Sandra Fish who wrote about the Governor’s vetoes in this year’s Capital Outlay.

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Tonight is opening night for one of Santa Fe’s most family friendly events: The Rodeo De Santa Fe. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with rodeo spokesman Jess Franks about this year’s event.

 

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Today on Dr. Erica Elliott’s Medical Insights we take a look at Vegan and vegetarianism -- when it works and when it doesn’t.

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Wednesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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New Mexico’s State Police are issued reverse opiod drug, Naloxone. They are trained to respond to Heroin Overdoses. Juan Rios spoke with KSFR’s Sebastian Huerta about this new plan. It’s called Narcan.

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Starting a small business is a challenge pretty much anywhere and at any time. Managing that small business in Santa Fe, by many accounts, you can multiply those challenges. So when a business lasts five ten and then 20 years, it’s worth celebrating. Take Sarcon construction, run by Peter Brill, which just marked its 20th year.

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Basketball star Jamaal Wilkes has lived a life of many changes. His very successful athletic career was ended prematurely by a devastating knee injury.  And, he told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, his spiritual life, begun under the tutelage of  a father who was a Christian minister, moved through Islam and a touch of Buddhism, back to Christianity today. 

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Tuesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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KSFR's local news at noon

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In Today's "The Sporting Life," KSFR's Dan DeFrancesco discusses parades held by newly-crowned championship teams.

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The City of Santa Fe recently launched a new sample tourism advertising campaign. But, as KSFR’s Alan Dee tells us, the new effort has created a stir.

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Representatives of New Mexico and Texas’ oil and gas industry, electric cooperatives and utilities recently heard from Governor Susana Martinez on energy issues.  Martinez on Friday citing as her energy accomplishments the relaxing of environmental regulations and the reduced permitting time for oil and gas exploration.  KSFR’s Deborah Martinez shares with us some of the highlights of the Governor’s remarks to the region’s energy council meeting held in Santa Fe through the weekend.

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KSFR's Local News at Noon

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 If several groups of plaintiffs' attorney and Federal investigators have it right, a massive fraud helped place inferior counterfeit spinal rods and screws inside hundreds of unsuspecting patients, some of whom say they are in pain, and some doctors add, may be in real danger.  Investigative reporter Karen Foshay OF AL JAZEERA AMERICA told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, as many as 15 surgeons and 17 hospitals may have been involved in a scam that allegedly bilked insurance companies of hundreds of millions of dollars. 

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In Part 1 of KSFR’s story about on-line dating scams, reporter Mary Lou Cooper spoke with AARP fraud specialist Dr. Doug Shadel.  Shadel told  the story of “Amy,” a widow who lost hundreds of thousands of dollars to an anonymous romance scammer.  In today’s follow-up piece, we learn more about Amy and about the love con artists who prey on vulnerable men and women.

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Earlier this week the Bernalillo County Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve the first step for a Master plan for a controversial housing development called Santolina. Critics opposed to the plan say it will take more than its share of water and is unnecessary considering the lack of growth in the Albuqueque area. Douglas Meiklejohn of the Environmental Law Center spoke to us on wednesday about their pending lawsuit. Representatives of the plan also wanted their voices heard. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke to Tom Garritty of The Garrity group which represents the development on how they see the development helping New Mexico's growth.

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Monday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Friday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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KSFR's Jeremy Zeilik brings you local news at noon. 

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Today in The Vatican, Pope Francis’ encyclical spotlighted our consumerist culture and called on all people to receive his letter with open hearts.

 

The encyclical called “Laudato Si” or Praise be to you, was followed by a press conference here in the United States at the Washington Press Club in Washington DC. That’s where the President of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville Kentucky, gave his response. 

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John Thavis is the former Rome Bureau Chief of Catholic News Service covering the Vatican for 30 years. He is author of the book Vatican Diaries and spoke with us today about the uniqueness of today’s Encyclical “Laudato Si” by Pope Francis. 

 

 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:23pm MST

Is it true love or is it a romance scam?  In the first of a two-part series, KSFR reporter Mary Lou Cooper takes a look at the costliest Internet-facilitated crime in the nation.

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Local news with Kate Powell.  

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Last night in Bernalillo County, Commissioners voted 3-2 to approve a Master plan for a controversial housing development that planners say will accommodate more than 90,000 people in the coming decades. Critics are vowing legal challenges for what they call a plan that takes too much water for too few people. KSFR’s Zelie Pollon asked Environmental Law Center Director Douglas Meiklejohn to explain the plan and why he is representing the lawsuit against the development.

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Santa Fe is enjoying a relatively mild summer, but that doesn't mean it's any safer to leave children or pets unattended in parked cars. As a matter of fact, it can lull caretakers into a false sense of safety, putting vulnerable children and pets in even greater danger of hyperthermia. KSFR's Kate Powell talked to John McPhee, coordinator of the Childhood Injury Unit of the state Department of Health, about this danger, and other risks drivers may not think about when they step out of their cars in the summer. 

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There has been a major breakthrough in the application of data-mining to medical research.  Scientists at the Stanford University Medical School examined medical records of some 3 million people, and found what they called "an association" between 3 widely-used heartburn drugs and fatal heart attacks.  Lenny Bernstein, the Health Blogger for the Washington Post told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, the study could be bad news for the makers and takers of Nexium, Prevacid and Prilosec.

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Wednesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Local News with Kate Powell

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Environmentalists say the number of cougars that have been killed by hunters is already high enough. But, ranchers and trappers say they need to increase the kill. Melody Romancito has the story from Taos.

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On today’s Medical Insights segment, Dr. Erica Elliott continues her discussion on the Cholesterol Controversy.

 

 

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Investigative reporter Joseph Sorrentino described to KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE how pressure from the Obama White House to keep Central American migrants from getting to the US border, has convinced the Mexican government to close to once-favored route north, the freight trains collectively known as La Bestia -- The Beast.  He told Dave how the Mexicans have done this.  

 

 

 

Investigative reporter Joseph Sorrentino who says unchanged conditions of violence and unemployment continue to push the migrants north, if no longer by train, on buses, in vans and on foot.  Today on HERE AND THERE, Dave's guest is Washington Post Health blogger Lenny Bernstein , talking about a collation of Big Data that strongly suggests a connection between several widely used heartburn medicines and fatal heart attacks.   That's HERE AND THERE, right after the 5 o'clock news.

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Tuesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Local News by Tom Trowbridge

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On Mondays during ‘At Noon’ we hear from KSFR’s Dan DeFrancesco and his weekly look at news from the sorting world. 

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The work of trail-blazing photo-journalist Margaret Bourke-White is on display in downtown Santa Fe. The Monroe Gallery of Photography opened in Santa Fe in 2002, re-locating from Manhattan where it stood near the targeted World Trade Center towers on September 11th, 2001. The Monroe Gallery specializes in classic black & white photography with an emphasis on humanist and photojournalist imagery. Sid Monroe co-owns the gallery with his wife, Michelle.The Bourke-White exhibit at the Monroe Gallery runs through June 28th.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:07pm MST

Construction on the Diverging Diamond Interchange begins in earnest this week. Be ready for some lane closures and delayed travel times. KSFR’s Zélie Pollon spoke with from one of the engineers on the project to find out what's in store.

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Monday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Friday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Thursday morning's top news stories from KSFR

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The New Mexico Department of Transportation is close to wrapping-up an update to its Statewide Long-Range Multimodal Transportation Plan. The draft plan has been the subject of numerous public meetings and opportunities for citizen input. KSFR's Tom Trowbridge spoke with Claude Morelli, the Project Manager for the Plan. Morelli says a new focus on asset management is a departure from previous long-range plans adopted by the NMDOT.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:11pm MST

With summer here, the annual Music On The Hill at Saint John's College kicks off tonight at 6pm. KSFR's Kate Powell talked to Douglas Maahs, chairman of the board of advisors for Music On The Hill, about how best to enjoy this summer's schedule of free concerts, and about what's new this year.

  

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It started in April 2012, when a dozen Secret Service agents advancing a trip by President Obama to Colombia were caught carousing with prostitutes.  It turns out the misbehavior of Secret Service agents back at least another 5 years. What started with the Columbia caper was the investigative reporting of Carol Leonnig of the Washington Post, which won her a second Pulitzer Prize in the last 2 years.  What she found, Leonnig told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, was a Secret Service culture of cover-up and denial whenever the team responsible for the President's protection did something wrong.  A more recent example was the March 2015 incident in which two very high-ranking agents, both suspected of being drunk, used their car to nudge aside a security barricade and almost ran over a suspected bomb left in front of the White House. The whole misadventure went officially un-reported until Leonnig broke the story.

 

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After failing to pass a bill in the 60-day Legislative session to fund construction projects across New Mexico, state lawmakers made a second attempt and passed a bill in a one-day special session that will put people to work.  KSFR’s Deborah Martinez has more on that bill and two others on the agenda.

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The use of militarized drones has not transformed the battlefield. That from RAND Corporation military analyst Lynn Davis, who told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, that  because they can only be used against enemies, like terrorist groups, they lack modern air defense systems.  But, when Dave noted that that the impunity drones give to their launchers has made it politically easier for leaders to go to war, Davis responded.

 

Here and There airs Monday-through-Thursday on KSFR, right after the five o’clock news.

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Women’s World Cup Soccer tournament got underway this weekend in Canada, amidst a scandal surrounding FIFA’s leadership.  The BBC’s Alex Capstick looks at the cup’s launch including the controversy regarding artificial turf.

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Wednesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Tuesday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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KSFR's Kate Powell brings you local news at noon. 

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Calling all inventors and creative minds. The company called HD-Three is hosting its next Discovery Day at the Santa Fe Community College this August with application due in mid-July. I spoke with Michelle Miller, founder of High Desert Discovery District or HD-3 about what Discovery Day is and who should get involved.

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By mid-December, the Federal Aviation Administration, the FAA, is scheduled issue its first set of regulations for the commercial use of drones.  The "regs" are anxiously awaited, even though they will be only a first step, covering just a small part of the potential drone industry.  One of the leading on-line experts on unmanned aerial vehicles, who calls himself "Max Flight," told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, the FAA is facing a difficult task, trying to make a rulebook for an industry whose basic technologies are changing almost as fast as it potential market is growing.

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On this edition of The Sporting Life, host Dan DeFrancesco turns his attention to Canada, where the FIFA Women's World Cup is underway. 

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Monday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Hundreds of people watched the Archbishop's installation, both inside and outside the Cathedral Basilica of St Francis of Assisi in downtown Santa Fe.  Inside the Basilica, 64-year-old Rev John Wester spoke to his Roman Catholic parishoners – nearly 300,000 strong throughout the state, of mercy, compassion and that together he and his community would face some of the struggles of poverty and illness prevalent in New Mexico.

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KSFR's Kate Powell brings you local news at noon. 

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As the new Archbishop prepared for his installation amidst pomp and circumstance inside the Catholic Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi in downtown Santa Fe yesterday, hundreds of the faithful and the curious gathered outside in a crowd that spilled through the giant carved doorway into the courtyard.  KSFR’s Deborah Martinez spoke with some of them as they waited with anticipation.

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While Republican candidates seem daily to be throwing their hats into the presidential ring, the Democratic slate for Presidential nominees remains slim. Among the most colorful is US Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. This Sunday organizers will hold the first committee meeting for the Independent politician. The group Santa Fe for Bernie Sanders is organized by local businessman Paul Gibson. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with him about the newly formed committee and how people can get involved.

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The ACLU Regional Center for border rights in Las Cruces just released a report called “Guilty Until Proven Innocent: Living in New Mexico’s 100 Mile Zone” which documents what residents along the border region have been living with in terms of police brutality and racial profiling. This week on Nuestra American, Marcela Diaz and ELSA LOPEZ  spoke with Brian Erikson, a border policy strategist with the The ACLU Regional Center for border rights about the report. As Marcela indicated in the interview, federal policy has allowed the border patrol to act for years without any oversight.

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In this edition of Equal Time, host Martha Burk commemorates D-Day on its 71st anniversary--and more specifically, the one woman among thousands of men who landed on the beach at Normandy. 

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Friday's Top News Stories!

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There is talk of another national park for New Mexico. The main attraction: The Manhattan Project. But not everyone thinks it’s a good idea. Dennis Carroll has the story from Los Alamos.

 

 

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There’s a new creative venue in town. On Saturday, interdisciplinary artist Gregory Waits and green marketing guru Carolyn Parrs launch FRESH SANTA FE, a performance and gallery space dedicated to presenting fresh ideas and uniting the perspectives of creators from Santa Fe and cities all over the world. KSFR’s Kate Powell sat down with Waits and Parrs this week, and brings us this report. 

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KSFR's Kate Powell brings you local news at noon. 

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Assisted Reproduction has greatly increased the chance for couples previously thought incapable of having children to create successful pregnancies.  But, Dr Jani Jensen, co-editor of the newly-published Mayo Clinic Guide to Fertility and Conception told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE it also has greatly increased chances for multiple births, -- twins, or triplets, -- and this has raised both ethical issues and new policies at the Mayo Clinic.

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Thursday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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Local News by Kate Powell

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Tomorrow, the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce and Century Bank will host their annual Business Awards gala at Skylight in downtown Santa Fe. KSFR's Kate Powell asked Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Simon Brackley to tell us what the business awards are all about. 

 

 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:24pm MST

If the dangers of climate change weren't obvious enough, a recent paper published by Researchers at Los Alamos National Lab might put those dangers into even more stark perspective. That is, if one believes in scientific research. The paper called "Darcy's law predicts widespread forest mortality under climate warming" was published in Nature Climate Change and gives a grim report on our trees and our very existence. I spoke with co-author Nathan McDowell, of Los Alamos' Earth and Environmental Sciences Division, about his findings.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 3:19pm MST

Project ECHO is revolutionizing health care in rural areas, by creating a video network that lets expert physicians at major medical centers like the University of New Mexico Hospital, where the Project was born, to teach best practices in their specialties. On the other end of the video stream are physicians, nurses and community health workers around the state, nation and world. Project ECHO is the creation of Dr.Sanjeev Arora of the UNM Health Sciences Center. Arora told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, that he first proved his networking system could work, by tackling one of New Mexico's most persistent medical problems, Hepatitis C.

 

Dr. Sanjeev Arora, of the UNM Health Sciences Center and creator of Project ECHO on Here and There with Dave Marash, right after the five o’clock news.

 

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Wednesday's top news stories from KSFR.

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:21am MST

Local News by KSFR's Kate Powell

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This morning was the Official launch of the Tuesday Santa Fe Farmer's Market. KSFR's Deborah Martinez was on site at the Railyard to speak with Market Director, Paolo Speirn, and some of the vendors Santa Feans can now frequent every week.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:28pm MST

This summer’s children’s reading program is underway at all Santa Fe Public Library branches. KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke with Director of Library Services, Patricia Hodapp, on the program’s popularity.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 2:25pm MST