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NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS is New Mexico PBS' prime-time news magazine show covering the events, issues, and people that are shaping life in New Mexico and the Southwest. Hosted by Gene Grant, NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS takes a multi-layered look at social, political, economic, health, education and arts issues and explores them in-depth, with a critical eye to give them context beyond the "news of the moment."
 
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Host Lou DiVizio recaps some of the top headlines in New Mexico after the holiday weekend. Then, correspondent Antonia Gonzales speaks with the first Native American woman ever to travel to space, astronaut Nicole Mann. Antonia also catches up with a Navajo novelist to talk about her debut book, 'Shutter.' And, Antonia sits down with the newly crow…
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates developing stories from last week's election, including early plans from NM Democrats for the 2023 legislative session. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel dig into results from election day, starting with the Governor's Race. The panel debates the successes of the Governor's campaign and the failures from Mark Ronc…
 
Host Lou DiVizio previews election day 2022 and rounds up NM headlines to start your week. Then, Gene Grant and our Line Opinion Panel analyze recent polling in statewide races for Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State. Gene and the Panel also take a look at contradictory polling in the race for Congressional District 2. Will Rep. Yvett…
 
On this bonus episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio introduces our final two candidate conversations of the 2022 election season. KRWG Public Media's Director of Content, Anthony Moreno, sits down with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to talk about a variety of issues including bail reform, climate change and education. Then, …
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through state headlines to lead off the show and introduces NMiF's latest round of Candidate Conversations. New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Gwyneth Doland speaks with District 3 Congressional Incumbent, Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez. Then Gwyneth talks to the challenger in District 3, Republican Alexis Martinez Johnson. Ge…
 
Host Lou DiVizio introduces the show and highlights top headlines in New Mexico. Then, New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Antonia Gonzales kicks off our series of Candidate Conversations, speaking with Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez. Antonia also speaks with the challenger for Navajo Nation President, Dr. Buu Nygren. Gene Grant and the Line Op…
 
Today in southern New Mexico, the Rio Grande typically only flows when its channel is used to convey water from Elephant Butte and Caballo reservoirs to cities and farmers downstream. In conversation with Laura Paskus, Esperanza Chairez Uriarte, communications coordinator with Nuestra Tierra, talks about what that means for communities along the ri…
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates headlines impacting New Mexicans to start the week and previews NMIF's series of Candidate Conversations starting this week on NMPBS. Gene Grant speaks with Albuquerque's District 7 City Councilor Tammy Fiebelkorn about the memorial she introduced urging the state to end its ban on rent control. There is a lot of nuance aro…
 
Host Lou DiVizio updates the week of wet weather as the 50th Balloon Fiesta comes to a close. Then, Gene Grant hosts a discussion with our Line Opinion Panel about the recent Governor's Debate on KOB-TV. The panel dissects the performances of both candidates, GOP Nominee Mark Ronchetti and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. The panelists also conside…
 
For more than a decade, a coalition of indigenous and environmental groups, along with archaeologists, have called for the federal government to protect the Greater Chacoan Landscape from increased oil and gas drilling. On Sept. 29, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit heard oral arguments on the latest case, in which those groups challen…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines to start the week, including news New Mexico State Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto has been removed from his position as chairman of the New Mexico Finance Authority interim committee. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel talk about the other recent developments in the sexual harassment accusations ag…
 
On today's episode, Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus talks with author Erica Gies about the slow water movement. In her new book, “Water Always Wins: Thriving in an Age of Drought and Deluge,” Gies writes about how development choices and centralized infrastructure have exacerbated the water extremes many regions of the world are experiencing …
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top state headlines, including news that lawmakers plan to take up alcohol taxes in the upcoming 2023 session. Then, Gene Grant talks through the U.S. Forest Service's decision to end a ban on prescribed burns. Gene and the Line Opinion Panel debate if this is the right time and if new precautions are enough to pre…
 
Last week, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D, joined Our Land Senior Producer Laura Paskus in the studio to talk about some of the state’s most pressing environmental issues. In the conversation you'll hear, the two discuss New Mexico’s devastating fire season, a private company’s plans to store more nuclear waste in the state, the military…
 
This week on the podcast, host Lou DiVizio runs down the top headlines impacting New Mexicans, including the announcement from the U.S. Forest Service on prescribed burns. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel talk through the historic ruling that removes Couy Griffin from his position as Otero County Commissioner, and bars him from holding f…
 
Gene Grant speaks with two leaders at an Albuquerque nonprofit, dedicated to giving unhoused people life-saving resources. The representatives from the New Mexico Harm Reduction Collaborative share their perspective on the root causes of homelessness and the recent debate around homeless encampments. Host: Lou DiVizio Correspondent: Gene Grant Gues…
 
Host Lou DiVizio previews the week ahead at New Mexico in Focus, and runs through the top state headlines impacting New Mexicans. Gene Grant hosts a discussion with our Line Opinion Panel about new polling in statewide races that shows Democrats with big leads. Gene and the Panel also assess the dire situation in Las Vegas where ash and wildfire de…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines in New Mexico, including news taxpayers could be on the hook for covering cleanup costs if PFAS contamination expands beyond the borders of Cannon Air Force Base. Then, Gene Grant speaks with Albuquerque's District 4 City Councilor Brook Bassan about her recent reversal regarding homeless encampments.…
 
Host Lou DiVizio rounds up key headlines in our state, including an update on a temporary water treatment facility in Las Vegas, where ash and wildfire debris are contaminating drinking water. Then, in collaboration with New Mexico In Depth, an exclusive roundtable discussion on alcohol in New Mexico. Journalist Ted Alcorn and a panel of experts di…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines in New Mexico, including the confirmed cause of the deadly McBride Fire. Gene Grant moderates a timely conversation about priorities for parents as they send their kids back to the classroom. Our Line Opinion Panelists talk through new security changes at some NM districts, and touch on some troubling…
 
With Laura Paskus, NMPBS celebrates five years of “Our Land: New Mexico’s Environmental Past, Present and Future.” In this look back on some of the show's segments, we explore the state’s rivers and landscapes with an eye toward understanding climate change, habitat restoration, community farming, traditional knowledge, and more. Want to see more e…
 
Today's topic, with Laura Paskus at NMPBS, is healthy masculinities. And maybe you're wondering, what does that have to do with the environment? Looking around the world, it's clear that we can’t have healthy communities or healthy landscapes without healthy men. But it can be hard to have honest conversations about that. Earlier this year, the New…
 
Host Lou DiVizio reports the latest breaking news in the case of four Muslim men murdered in the city of Albuquerque. Police say they've arrested a suspect in the case. More details to come. Lou also runs through the top headlines impacting New Mexicans, including a look back at the incident in Gallup during the 100th Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Celebr…
 
At the end of July, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin finally stopped holding up a climate, energy and tax package. The Inflation Reduction Act is a huge bill that some say, if passed, could transform America’s policy on climate change and energy. As luck would have it, we already had New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich coming into the NMPBS studio …
 
Laura Paskus, Executive Producer of "Our Land: New Mexico's Environmental Past, Present, and Future," on NMPBS talks with U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury, D-NM, about her three water bills that passed the U.S. House of Representatives for inclusion in the Wildfire Response and Drought Resiliency Act. At the end of July, just as Stansbury's bills were m…
 
Host Lou DiVizio recaps a weekend of events in Albuquerque, including the main event of TedxABQ. If you'd like to watch or listen to the facebook live interview between Gene Grant and Teresa Robinson, you can do so here: https://fb.watch/eE2uh1CNCL/ Our Land Executive Producer Laura Paskus talks with Clifford Dahm, professor emeritus at the Univers…
 
Senior Producer Lou DiVizio updates you on the headlines impacting New Mexicans right now, including an announcement from the state's Children, Youth and Families Department on changes coming to the agency. Then, Gene Grant and the Line Opinion Panel weighs in on a new boom in oil and gas revenues and the delicate process of trying to spend that mo…
 
Senior Producer Lou DiVizio digs through the controversy surrounding a new committee at the state’s Children Youth and Families Department. He asks Sec. Barbara Vigil why the first two meetings of the steering committee were been closed to the public, and how she plans to help the department regain community trust. Plus, Lou catches up with the wat…
 
On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio recaps the headlines impacting New Mexicans at the start of the week. Gene Grant conducts a conversation on new drought research showing evidence that drought feeds heat, and vice versa. The panel explores the implications this may have for New Mexico and the southwest as a whole.…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs down some of the biggest headlines impacting people in New Mexico this week. Then, Gene Grant hosts a discussion about how the recent reversal of Roe V. Wade could impact the race for Governor here in New Mexico. One of the key questions is whether or not the issue will drive turnout for democratic voters. This week, the Nucle…
 
Host Lou DiVizio runs through the top headlines in New Mexico, including changes coming to the state's Public Regulation Commission. Plus, an update on the deadline DWI crash that killed a mother and two children in Wagon Mound. Later in the show, correspondent Gwyneth Doland talks with Ellie Rushforth, reproductive rights counsel for the American …
 
On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the podcast, host Lou DiVizio shares new action from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham on abortion access. The Line Opinion Panel reacts to the recent developments in Otero County where commissioners have voted to certify its primary election results. That’s after a lawsuit from the Secretary of State, and an or…
 
On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the Podcast, host Lou DiVizio explains the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V. Wade. He also speaks with Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver about the election certification saga in Otero County, and what it could mean heading into November. The Line Opinion Panel discusses a new po…
 
The Line Opinion Panel dives into the chaos in Otero County where commissioners have been sued and ordered to certify primary election results. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver has also referred those commissioners to the Attorney General for potential criminal and civil violations of the state’s election code. The panel also assesses a bi…
 
The Line Opinion Panel reacts to President Biden’s weekend visit to our state. The panel discusses the President’s pledge to cover all the costs associated with the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire, and who will be left behind with the current reimbursement strategy. Our Land Executive Producer Laura Paskus talks with two reporters about their experi…
 
Our Land Correspondent Laura Paskus explores the harsh realities of shrinking water supplies here in Central New Mexico. Jason Casuga from the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District explains why we’re just days away from the water available to farmers going dry and what the MRGCD is doing to mitigate the ongoing drought. The Line Opinion Panel disc…
 
New Mexico voters had their say at the polls this week. Our Line Opinion Panel breaks down all the big winners and losers from Tuesday’s Primary Election. That includes Mark Ronchetti’s win as the Republican Nominee for Governor and Bernalillo County District Attorney Raul Torrez’s victory as Democratic Nominee for Attorney General. The Line Panel …
 
The Line Opinion Panel discusses the troubling news that both the Hermit’s Peak and Calf Canyon fires began as prescribed burns conducted by the U.S. Forest Service. The Panel also touches on new concerns over the burn scar left by the fire. Experts say it could lead to disastrous flash flooding once monsoon season comes around. The Line Opinion Pa…
 
The Line Opinion Panel offers ideas for action after another deadly school shooting in the United States. The Panel debates suggestions on making schools safer, and what could be done to make it harder for would-be shooters to get ahold of deadly assault weapons. Plus, Producer Lou DiVizio sits down with an education expert to discuss solutions put…
 
Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down with the FBI’s top agent in New Mexico and a Navajo criminal investigator to find out if a new Navajo language initiative is working, and to understand some of the other obstacles when it comes to investigating crimes on tribal lands. The Line Opinion Panel dives into the key races in the primary election an…
 
Sen. Martin Heinrich talks with correspondent Laura Paskus about New Mexico’s wildfire season, what the future might hold, and the need to professionalize the country’s federal wildland firefighting workforce. In the Gila National Forest, the Black Fire ignited on May 13—and has already grown into the state’s third largest wildfire in history. Fire…
 
The Line Opinion Panel reviews the state’s new draft plan to address the Yazzie Martinez lawsuit. Among other things, that plan sets new goals for graduation rates, along with math and science proficiency. Panelists discuss whether the plan goes far enough to bridge the gaps in education access highlighted in the 2018 lawsuit. New information from …
 
Using public data from the U.S. Forest Service, Steve Bassett, Director of Planning and Spatial Analysis with The Nature Conservancy, has been creating perimeter maps each morning, showing the progression of the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire in northern New Mexico. “With the skills that I have and the desperation I was feeling, I went out and grabb…
 
The Line Opinion Panel discusses the issue of abortion rights, and how overturning Roe V. Wade could impact New Mexico. Will restrictive laws in other states force more people here for procedures? The Panel will answer that question while considering the impact this debate could have on midterm elections. Virgin Galactic is announcing a delay in it…
 
New Mexicans know all about gusty spring winds. But what we’re experiencing this year is different. Meteorologist Scott Overpeck, with the National Weather Service in Albuquerque, explains the winds we’ve been experiencing through April and May—and offers a look ahead. In conversation with correspondent Laura Paskus, Overpeck talks about this year’…
 
First up this week, as we talk about at the beginning of the show, this will be another dangerous weekend for wildfires in New Mexico. We want to share some valuable resources with you so we can all stay as safe as possible: KRQE Fire Evacuations: What You Need to Know Sandoval County Fire Alerts Ready, Set, Go System And, information on assistance…
 
Campaign finance is being thrust into the spotlight in the Democratic race for attorney general. Our Line Opinion Panelists discuss the potential conflicts of interest that could arise from certain donations, while taking history into account. A court decision has allowed oil and gas leasing to resume on public lands. That’s as the Interior Departm…
 
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has called for a state of emergency over wildfires burning around New Mexico. The Governor and state forest officials are asking for more resources from the federal government, including more personnel to help handle the early start to fire season. The Line Opinion Panel discusses our current predicament, and explore…
 
Facing the Rising Sun: The Journey of African American Homesteaders in New Mexico, Vision, Belief, and Sovereign Ownership is a new exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum, on display through July 10, 2022. Host Gene Grant talks to some of the team that put this exhibit together on how the idea came about, the largely unknown history, and the way they us…
 
This week on New Mexico in Focus, fire season has started early in our state. In a collaboration with Our Land, Environment Reporter Laura Paskus gives the context we need to understand the impacts of the early start, and how we can navigate this growing threat. New Mexico has already seen several serious fires across the state. These fires have de…
 
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