KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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Recent changes in federal workers law--specifically regarding overtime pay--will have profound effect across the country and especially right here in New Mexico which is home to one of the largest concentrations of nonprofit organizations in the country. Elsa Lopez and Marcela Diaz spoke with Judy Conti, a federal advocacy coordinator for the National employment law project, about what the federal changes were and how it will impact organizations. Conti began by describing the what the National employment law project does.

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US Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell owes his life saved to a brave Afghan man and a unique Afghan tradition called pashtunwali. It's the same tradition that mandates Osama Bin Laden's protection in the mountains of the Hindu Kush. Newsweek senior editor R. M. Schneiderman told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE what pashtunwali is all about.

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The latest in the line of Jane Austen adaptations comes in the form of Love & Friendship. Can Indie Director Whit Stillman make his mark on the genre, KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik finds out.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to 105 Santa Fe Indian school graduates plus a crowd of 3000 at the in a commencement address where she urged the graduates to remember their tribal history and carry it with them proudly. She said “you are the next generation of leaders in your communities.” The First Lady’s speech is part of the Generation Indigenous Initiative from the Obama Administration aimed at removing "barriers to success" for Native American youth, who the White House says make up the nation's "most vulnerable population."

Before the speech I spoke to audience members, friends, students and family members about their thoughts and reactions of the First Lady of the United States addressing their community.

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Paula Francis and Ginny Sassaman have walked to Santa Fe from Vermont – that’s more than 3,000 miles so far --  to talk to people about happiness and what really matters.

Ginny and Paula will be at the Farmer’s Market tomorrow morning interviewing people about what matters.

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Concert band music is a lot more than Sousa marches and show tunes, and Concordia Santa Fe is here to prove it. KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik spoke to Concordia Director Kevin Sedatole about the band and upcoming concert.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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As KSFR has been reporting, Santa Fe’s municipal budget for the coming fiscal year was approved during last night’s city council meeting. The 82.2 million dollar general fund budget closes Santa Fe’s 15 million dollar deficit. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that earlier plans to reduce Santa Fe city library hours were removed from the proposal. The council left it up to library leadership and the city manager to figure out the specifics, but hours at the main downtown library and two branch libraries will remain unchanged in the coming fiscal year. City Finance Director Oscar Rodriguez says Santa Fe’s budget is balanced for the first time in eight years or more.

Councilors also passed a resolution to appropriate 300,000 dollars in land use fees to establish the Verde Fund, an at-times-controversial plan to wed the imperatives to confront systemic poverty in Santa Fe and to reach a goal of carbon neutrality by 2040. But the vote wasn’t unanimous.

Although Mayor Gonzales called the resolution budget-neutral, it was difficult for councilors to see things that way, especially in the meeting during which the council would also approve the budget for the coming fiscal year. Councilor Joseph Maestas took issue with the proposed funding source to launch the Verde Fund.

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Today we have another Storycorps segment from Embudo Valley. This one is entirely in Spanish. For those who speak Spanish, we honor the unique accents and expressions of Northern New Mexico.

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Viva! is a Irish film about Cuban drag queens. Does this interesting mix of content and creators make for a lively film? KSFR Correspondent Jeremy Zeilik finds out.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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On Tuesday night, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump came to stump in Albuquerque, and protesters were there in force waiting for him, leading to a chaotic evening in the Duke City. Our reporter Joe Gallegos was there, and he brings us this story...

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While Trump supporters and protesters duked it out in the Duke City, On the Democratic front, former President Bill Clinton was in Espanola Tuesday, campaigning for Hillary.  KSFR's Dennis Carroll has the story. 


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Tonight the Santa Fe City Council will vote on two important items: First, the city budget for the coming fiscal year; and second, a proposal that some have called the mayor’s “Pet Project,” to establish a fund to support projects targeting the interconnected issues of poverty and Santa Fe’s green future. Tuesday afternoon Mayor Javier Gonzales gave a press conference in front of City Hall to answer questions about the fund. KSFR’s Kate Powell was there, and brings us this report.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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Vermont Senator and Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders will be speaking at Santa Fe Community College today at 3pm. Early this morning a line was beginning to snake around the college gym, which holds roughly 2500 people. We spoke to some of the fans camped outside the gym, to find out why they had to come to support Sen Sanders.

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In the race for the County Commission seat in District 2,  challenger Anna Hansen suggests that her opponent , incumbent Miguel Chavez, has been less than responsive to Residents concerns. Ksfr's Dennis Carroll wraps up his interviews with the two candidates.

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Richard Linklater returns to the nostalgic past of Dazed and Confused, with Everybody Wants Some!!. Does his latest feature stand up to his classic? KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik finds out.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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As the June 7 New Mexico primary election nears, Santa Fe area candidates  are knocking on more doors and pounding campaign signs into the ground wherever anyone will let them.  And so it is in the race for County commissioner in District 2, generally centered around the Agua Fria area.  There, community activist Anna Hansen is challenging incumbent Miguel Chavez.  KSFR’s Dennis Carroll caught up with Chavez who says his experience as both a city counselor and county commissioner makes him the most qualified candidate. 

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Hedge fund manager John Paulson and Goldman Sachs worked together to pull off the biggest of the Big Shorts.   Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Jesse Eisinger told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE why the deal called ABACUS gave off such a rotten smell.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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This week, the New Mexico Department of Health released a report that shows emergency room visits and overdose deaths related to methamphetamine almost tripled between 2010 and 2014. KSFR’s Kate Powell talked to State Epidemiologist Michael Landen to learn more about the report’s findings, and the challenges associated with confronting meth addiction in New Mexico. 

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The Santa Fe-based medical humanitarian organization Global Outreach Doctors recently returned from treating Syrian refugees in Jordan. Andrew Lustig, the group's founder, told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE what he learned from his mission.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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More fallout from the nation’s first nuclear detonation. A group representing people living near the Trinity test site has expressed strong objections to the National Cancer Institute's health study. That study is planned to assess possible damage to residents’ health from the first detonation in 1945 of the first atomic bomb. KSFR's Dennis Carroll has this report.

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Despite President Obama's assurances that there will be "no American boots on the ground" in the fight against ISIS, the number of US special forces troops close to the battlefields in Iraq is growing. RAND Corporation analyst Linda Robinson told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE why the troops are there and what they're doing.

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High Rise marks the big-budget debut of British indie director Ben Wheatley. KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik .

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On Friday in a Federal Court in Las Cruces three Human Services Department officials invoked their fifth amendment right against self-incrimination nearly 100 times. Matt Reichbach, editor of New Mexico Political Report and reporter Joey Peters were in the courtroom – two of less than a handful of reporters covering the bombshell story. I spoke with Reichbach this morning for details of the hearing.

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People across the country, and indeed around the world, are increasingly interested in investigating their family history. The trend has been so popular that a show dedicated to families discovering the mysteries of their lineage is now in its third season. The premiere of PBS’ Genealogy Roadshow is tomorrow, Tuesday, May 17 and it features none other than families right here in New Mexico. I spoke with Genealogist and Roadshow host Mary Tedesco about tomorrow’s program.

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The two most significant factors causing New Mexico's epidemic of alcohol and opiate overdose deaths are unrelenting poverty and doctors who overprescribe narcotic painkillers -- that according to health officials who addressed a conference on drug and alcohol addiction in Santa Fe last weekend. KSFR's Dennis Carroll has this report.

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This weekend, El Museo Cultural will host a celebration of all things green. On a recent windy afternoon, KSFR'S Zelie Pollon caught up with Glen Schiffbauer, executive director of the Green Chamber of Commerce, to hear about this year's festival. 

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Have you ever wondered about the people who live out in the desert? So has director Nicolas Steiner, whose new film Above and Below explores the life of those on the margins. KSFR Correspondent Jeremy Zeilik spoke with Steiner about his project and showing his film in Santa Fe.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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The Obama administration today unveiled new regulations governing reductions in methane pollution by the oil and gas industry. And Bloomberg reports the new rules are even tougher than those proposed in August 2015, to the tune of about 530 million dollars in up-front costs to extractive industries. Stakeholders in oil and gas production, including the New Mexico State Land Office, have come out against the rules, while environmentalists and Federal officials say the benefits—both environmental and economic—will outweigh the costs over the next ten years. KSFR’s Kate Powell talked to representatives from the Land Office and the regional chapter of the Sierra Club, who have two very different takes on the new regulations. 

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Today is the National Day of Advocacy for Nurses and the end of National Nurses Week 2016.  In the U.S., nurses number 3.4 million.  New Mexico is home to some 22 thousand nurses.  What does the American public think about these front-line health workers?  This year and for many years past, nurses rank number one in Gallup poll’s honesty and ethics in professions survey--ahead of doctors, teachers, police officers and other highly regarded workers.  Reporter Mary Lou brings us the story of New Mexico nurses on this important day. 

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Today we have another installment of our collaboration with StoryCorps highlighting Northern New Mexico history. Today we're exploring the tradition of the Matanza.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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This spring KSFR brings you a series of short features on older Americans.  Today’s report is on dementia, a rapidly growing disease with no clear strategies for prevention in most cases and no cure in all cases.  Reporter Mary Lou Cooper brings us the story (we recommend you keep a box of tissues close by as you listen). 

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Visitors to the New Mexico History Museum can now travel back in time to experience the colorful and iconic history of lowriders in New Mexico. KSFR's Dennis Carroll has this report.


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The path for refugees from the Middle East to Europe was always difficult; but these days it's pretty effectively shut.  The choke point is Greece. Foreign Policy reporter Alex Clapp told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, for Greeks already squeezed by a bankrupt economy, the refugee crisis adds a heavy load.

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KSFR has joined several other media outlets across the state in a pilot project to create solutions journalism stories. These are stories focused on problems in our region, and seeking solutions from inside and outside our state. Other partners in this venture include KNME, the Santa Fe New Mexican, The Taos News, High Country news and the Pueblo Chieftan. KSFR’s Mary Charlotte spoke recently with reporter Leah Todd of the Solutions Journalism Network to explain what Solutions Journalism is, and what it’s meant to do.

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Every year, thousands of children are detained by American immigration authorities. A few who are determined to be dangerous are placed indefinitely in juvenile detention centers. Tyche Hendricks of KQED radio's The California Report told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE about how little we know about who makes the judgment and what happens next.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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Democratic Party members recently held a press conference denouncing Donald Trump as the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee. Democratic Party of New Mexico Chairwoman Debra Haaland has called Trump racist and demeaning to women. The Republican party spokesperson called the statements predictable. We spoke with both parties to hear their take

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The biggest movie in Chinese history, The Mermaid,  has finally arrived on American shores. Does it hold up outside its home country? KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik finds out.

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There's been an apparent breakthrough in negotiations between the US and China about the rules of online engagement. Scott Warren Harold, senior analyst at the RAND Corporation, told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE & THERE, progress may have been pushed forward by a report from a private American cyber security company. 

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KSFR's John Calef brings you news at noon. 

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This Sunday, May 8th, LittleGlobe and the Lensic Performing Arts Cenrter present City of Dreamers. It’s a collaborative, student-driven community engagement program featuring short documentary videos, live on-stage radio production and music, and conversations that highlight the voices and stories of Santa Fe Dreamers Project participants, Capital High and other students, families, and residents of Santa Fe’s South Side. KSFR has participated in the project giving journalism trainings and working directly with Youthworks participants to produce radio features for this event.

Today we air a feature created on the establishment of Capitol High School. All the interviews were collected and edited by Youthworks participants and with news Director Zelie Pollon they created this feature on one of Santa Fe’s remarkable, and sometimes misunderstood, local high schools.

City of Dreamers is this Sunday, May 8, at 7 pm at the Lensic Performing Arts Center,for tickets call 505-988-1234, or go to TicketsSantaFe.org, 

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Libya's lack of a functioning government has allowed human traffickers to find a safe home from which to launch would-be refugees to southern Europe. Libyan journalist Mustafa Fetouri told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE these criminals operate a highly-organized network.

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As school winds down for the summer, some of the biggest blockbuster movies of the year hit theaters. The summer movie season kicks off with Captain America: Civil War. Does this Avenger versus Avenger fight stand above the rest? KSFR’s Jeremy Zeilik brings us his review.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon.

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Yesterday we spoke with Freelance journalist Jeff Proctor about investigative grand juries and their specific impact on the race for First Judicial District Attorney. Today we hear more about Proctor’s year long investigative project for New Mexico Indepth on New Mexico’s criminal Justice system.

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As part of KSFR’s series on older Americans, we looked in our own backyard for tips on how to find work when you’re over 50.  The Santa Fe Community College was one of four community colleges in the nation to receive a grant from the AARP foundation to deliver intensive work training programs for older women.  The foundation is the charitable arm of AARP, the nation’s largest advocacy group for older Americans.  Reporter Mary Lou Cooper brings us the story.

This event takes place tomorrow on the campus of Santa Fe Community College, in the Board Room, between 10 AM and 12 PM. For more information, call Emily Powell at 505-428-1348.

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Today we continue with our series on Northern New Mexico history, looking at the foundation of the Chicano group La Academia De La Nueva Raza in Dixon, New Mexico.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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Freelance journalist Jeff Proctor couldn’t have known the impact he might have had when he began a series of articles on investigative grand juries. But that series now seems to be be playing a big role in the race for First Judicial District Attorney, a position currently held by Jennifer Padgett, appointed by Gov Susana Martinez to fill in for former DA Spence Pacheco. I asked Proctor to begin by describing what investigative Grand juries are and how they’ve been used in cases involving police shootings.

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Last night in Albuquerque two more people were assisted by the Red Cross when their home accidentally caught fire. Accidents happen on a daily basis, and more frequently for older adults.  As part of its ongoing series on issues faced by older Americans, KSFR explores today how to maintain safe and healthy homes in your older years.  Reporter Mary Lou Cooper brings us the story.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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In part two in our election discussion with Lonna Atkeson, the director of the Center for the Study of Voting, Elections and Democracy and a professor at UNM we speak about disenfranchised voters, particularly given the numbers of voters who waited hours at polling stations in Arizona during their primary elections. To Akeson, the main issue is making sure people register to vote as a Democrat or Republican and do it in a timely and correct manner.

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One night in September 2014, FORTY THREE students went missing in Mexico. Now, a new human rights report has sharply criticized the Mexican government's investigation of the case. Mexico City-based Associated Press reporter Mark Stevenson told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE what the team of international experts found so troubling about the Mexican government's work.

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KSFR's John Calef brings you local news at noon. 

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Given the unpredictable and increasingly chaotic Presidentialrace, we asked Lonna Atkeson, the director of the Center for theStudy of Voting, Elections and Democracy and a professor at UNM totell us about some of the implications and possibilities for theprimaries and ultimately the presidential election.

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On Friday a numberof protestors converged at the University of NewMexico to demand that the university change its official seal,which many protesters say is racist due to its depiction of anAnglo frontiersman and a Spanish conquistador - and it makesno reference to indigenous people. KSFR's Joe Gallegos was atthe protest and brings us this story.

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Indie director Jeremy Saulnier has cooked up one of the mostthrilling films in a long time with Green Room. Find out why KSFRCorrespondent Jeremy Zeilik thinks it's one of the best films ofthe year. 

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