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KSFR Local
2:17 pm
Tue February 10, 2015

Feb. 10 - News At Noon

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

KSFR Local
2:17 pm
Tue February 10, 2015

Feb. 10 - SFPS Superintendent Joel Boyd's Possible Departure

This weekend it was announced that Santa Fe Superintendent Joel Boyd has been offered a job to head the Fort Worth Independent School district, a district comprised of 135 schools and 86,000 students. Whether Boyd accepts the job -- and an increased salary of nearly $150k dollars – has not yet been decided. Regardless, Boyd has said he would stay through this school year. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with Santa Fe School board president Steven Carrillo about the announcement and what the School board is considering if and when Boyd leaves.

KSFR Local
2:16 pm
Tue February 10, 2015

Feb. 10 - Journalist Gopal Ratnam on Ukraine in American News

Even as the situation there went from bad to worse, the subject of Ukraine had seemingly slipped out of America's consciousness.  Until last week.  Last week, Foreign Policy Magazine correspondent Gopal Ratnam told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, Ukraine was back on the front page and at the top of many TV newscasts.  This was, he says, the result of a very well-executed policy campaign.

KSFR Local
2:13 pm
Tue February 10, 2015

Feb. 10 - Wildlands Day at the Legislature

Tomorrow at the Roundhouse it’s Wildlands, Water and Wildlife day. KSFR's Tom Trowbridge spoke with Environment New Mexico Director Sanders Moore about the gathering and what bills specifically related to New Mexico’s Wild and wetlands Northern New Mexicans should be aware of. Listen Here

KSFR Local
2:14 pm
Mon February 9, 2015

Feb. 9 - News At Noon

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

KSFR Local
2:13 pm
Mon February 9, 2015

Feb. 9 - Legislative Proposals to Fund Road Maintenance

The New Mexico Department of Transportation recently completed the first-of-its-kind assessment of all state highways. The results show New Mexico roadways are in significantly worse shape than previously thought, with only 70 percent in good or fair condition. Officials say this is a reflection of the state road fund taking a double hit in recent years from the slow economy as well as fewer federal funds. During the current legislative session, there appears to be consensus on the need, but disagreement on how to pay for the solution.

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KSFR Local
2:10 pm
Mon February 9, 2015

Feb. 9 - Journalist Cengis Aktar on Turkey's Slide into Sectarianism

When Kemal Ataturk, the founder of Modern Turkey created his secular state after World War I, he detached Turkey from both the Islamic and the Arab worlds.  As a result, Turkish journalist Cengis Aktar told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE AND THERE, the Turkish bureaucracy today is largely ignorant of both, which he said has enabled President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to steer a dangerous sectarian course. For the At Noon excerpt of this interview, Click Here.

KSFR Local
2:10 pm
Mon February 9, 2015

Feb. 9 - The Sporting Life

KSFR's Daniel DeFrancesco lets off some steam over a controversial call in Super Bowl XLIX. Listen Here

KSFR Local
6:24 am
Mon February 9, 2015

Feb. 9 First News: Governor and Lawmakers Float Proposals To Improve New Mexico’s Roadways (Listen)

The New Mexico Department of Transportation recently completed the first-of-its-kind assessment of all state highways. The results show New Mexico roadways are in significantly worse shape than previously thought, with only 70 percent in good or fair condition. Officials say this is a reflection of the state road fund taking a double hit in recent years from the slow economy as well as fewer federal funds. During the current legislative session, there appears to be consensus on the need, but disagreement on how to pay for the solution.

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KSFR Local
12:57 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Feb. 6 - Local News At Noon

KSFR's Zelie Pollon brings you local news at noon. Listen Here

KSFR Local
12:56 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Feb. 6 - Guns at the Legislature, Part Three

In part 3 of our report on guns at the Roundhouse and gun related bills in the legislature, KSFR reporter Randy Scott speaks with Miranda Viscoli co-founder of New Mexicans for Gun Safety and looks at the legislative analysis for House Bill 44. Listen Here

KSFR Local
12:55 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Feb. 6 - Linda Seigle on Kendra's Law and Lottery Sales

On This morning’s Radio Café with Mary Charlotte Domandi, Linda Seigle described two bills being discussed this legislative session, one on Kendra’s law – which concerns involuntary outpatient commitment -- and another supporting lottery ticket sales to sustain the state scholarship fund. Listen Here

KSFR Local
12:54 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Feb. 6 - American Indian Day at the Roundhouse

Hundreds of American Indians gathered at the Roundhouse today to honor history and share ideas. KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge has this report. Listen Here

KSFR Local
12:53 pm
Fri February 6, 2015

Feb. 6 - Equal Time with Martha Burk

On this week's edition of Equal Time, host Martha Burk considers the threats that various radical -isms pose to our liberty. Listen Here

KSFR Local
3:23 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Feb. 5 - Local News At Noon

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

KSFR Local
3:22 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Feb. 5 - Doctors Randy Knott and Eric Glasser on Measels in New Mexico

Since an outbreak of measles began last month More than 100 cases have been reported. The outbreak has been traced to the Disneyland theme park in California, but has now spread to several other states. The surge of measles cases has alarmed the Centre for Disease Control, which in 2000 formally declared measles essentially eradicated from the US. The cause of the measles spread is due in large part to the great number of parents who are not vaccinating their children.

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KSFR Local
3:22 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Feb. 5 - AG Hector Balderas on Behavioral Health - Part Two

As newly-elected Attorney General Hector Balderas delves into his investigation of charges of fraud and mismanagement against firms that used to serve more than 30,000 low-income mental health clients in New Mexico, he sat down with KSFR’s Deborah Martinez to talk about his findings so far.  As she shares in this report, while he is circumspect about the investigation, he stresses the need for changes in oversight and handling of alleged abuse of the Medicaid system in the future.

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