March is Women’s History Month. In observance, KSFR’s AT Noon is sharing features on unsung heroes in the women’s movement. Longtime Taos resident Joanne Forman is a composer, writer and lifelong student of history and she produced the series with music from Jenny Bird. Here’s an excerpt from that series. 

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KSFR's Abigail Adler brings you local news at noon. 

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Money laundering, it's a trillion dollar -- yes that's trillion with a T -- a trillion dollar business these days.  Who can do illegal business on such a scale?  Only the biggest banks, and on HERE AND THERE, investigative reporter Douglas Gillison of the news website 100 Reporters, at 100r.org, told KSFR's Dave Marash that drug money characteristically flows from the street to smaller and then to bigger banks in chunks that should, but don't always, cause bankers to notify law enforcement. 

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March is Women’s History Month, celebrated in Albuquerque as Women and Creativity Month. To commemorate the occasion, the Southwest Women’s Law Project and the Bernalillo County Department of Cultural Affairs teamed up to create an exhibition of art by women inmates. Detainees at the Metropolitan Corrections Center and the Juvenile Detention Center contributed works of art to the exhibition titled UNCONFINED: Empowering Women through Art. The exhibit opens this weekend at the African American Performing Arts Center in Albuquerque. KSFR’s Kate Powell talked to Nan Masland, Bernalillo County Public Art Project Coordinator. 

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Thursday morning's top news stories from KSFR.

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