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

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More than 24 hundred jobs will become available at Los Alamos National Laboratory between now and 2020 as almost a quarter of the lab’s workforce approaches retirement age. And New Mexico’s colleges and universities hope to take advantage of that to grow the proportion of lab employees that hail from New Mexico. Right now that’s about 40 percent, but Democratic US Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico says it could, and should, be more. KSFR’s Kate Powell caught up with the Senator and brings us this report. 

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Donations to Republican and Democratic Presidential candidates are streaming in, with Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton leading the pack. But as we hear from New Mexico In Depth Journalist Sandra Fish, Bernie Sanders has inspired the grassroots with many thousands more donors than any other candidate.

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In the latest installment in our ongoing collaboration with Storycorps, we hear from two well-known artists from the Embudo Valley. 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:04pm MDT

A true crime and documentary craze has been sweeping the nation for the past couple of years--think Serial, Making and the 2016 election cycle. Is the new film on former Senator Anthony Weiner a positive addition to the recent spate of documentaries, or a boring reheat of an overexposed story? KSFR correspondent Jeremy Zeilik finds out. 

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 1:02pm MDT