With last week’s newest incident of violent extremism in the streets if Paris, it’s difficult not to wonder what and where might be next. Students at UNM’s Anderson school of management were asking the same thing when they created the KNOW campaign, a way of engaging millennials to be aware of extremist discussions online. KSFR's Zelie Pollon spoke with Bryan Mirabal, one of the campaign’s organizers.

For many monitors of human and press freedoms around the world, the government of the Caspian Sea oil state Azerbaijan ranks on their 10 Worst lists.  But, as Dan Boyd, the Capitol Bureau Chief of the Albuquerque Journal told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE & THERE, issuing "Memorials" praising that government is one of the few things Republican and Democratic members of the New Mexico legislature can agree on.

In this edition of The Sporting Life, host Dan DeFrancesco  he talks about The Greatest Day in New Mexico Sports.

Nov. 13 - News At Noon

Nov 13, 2015

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

While most are content to observe on television or in print the crisis of refugees flooding Europe, some Santa Feans have decided that boots on the ground is a better approach. Not for profit Global Outreach Doctors will be heading to a Greek island on Monday to help with the seemingly unending tide of humans landing on European shores from Syria, Iraq and other Middle Eastern Countries. KSFR’s Zelie Pollon speaks with the head of the group.

In the weeks before national Parliamentary election, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched a high-risk strategy of military attacks against Kurds he called "terrorists," and arrests and seizures at opposition newspapers, radio and TV stations.  It worked, because, analyst Barak Barfi of the New America Foundation think tank told KSFR's Dave Marash on HERE & THERE, Turkish voters thought it promised Presidential strength and stability. 


In this Veteran's Day edition of Equal Time, Martha Burk reflects on the ways women's experience of life as veterans differs from men's. 

Nov. 12 - News At Noon

Nov 12, 2015

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

A small number of Santa Feans donned winter coats to waive at veterans parading downtown yesterday.  As KSFR’s Deborah Martinez reports, some of those vets and their families had to leave a subsequent gathering at the Bataan Building before speeches began, because of a screeching fire alarm that interrupted the festivities.

Longmire and Manhattan. Two TV shows produced here in Santa Fe. If Mayor Javier Gonzalez has his way, there will be more in the future, along with an increasing amount of post-production work. It’s big business and a key part of the Mayor’s overall economic development plan.  It’s aimed at increasing employment, including jobs for young people.  Alan Dee was at the Mayor’s Tuesday press conference when he announced the proposal he submitted to the City Council.