Great Reads from Santa Fe
Local news stories from KSFR News team covering Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico.
The latest news updates from the KSFR Newsroom for 4:00pm and 5:30pm
4:00pm/5:30pm Newscasts for 12/15/21
The Albuquerque Police Department’s motor unit has located an off-road vehicle that may have been involved in the fatal crash that killed 7-year old Pronoy Bhattachaya on Sunday. Law enforcement officers with the motor unit have been following up on tips provided by the community and located the off-road vehicle on Monday, in the 200 block of 65th …
The 4:00 & 5:30 Newscast for 12/13/21.
State Transportation Department Secretary Mike Sandoval says his entire department is grieving following the death of a 58-year-old long time employee in a crash is southeastern New Mexico. New Mexico's top water official has outlined a plan for dealing with future shortages on the Pecos River in southeastern New Mexico. The Bernalillo County Sheri…
General Assembly Meeting held with City Councilors, Mayor Webber and other officials.
As students, administrators and teachers return to in-person learning, perspectives on education are changing. KSFR's Georgina Hahn spoke with current Santa Fe High seniors and head administrator at the Turquoise Trail Charter School.
Governor Lujan Grisham's continued to oil and gas drilling has resulted rising opposition. KSFR's Georgina Hahn spoke to activist Julia Fay Bernal and photographer Cara Romero and heard their perspective on the Landback movement.
A City Council Update from Wednesday's governing body meeting. Topics discussed were the Midtown Campus, a COVID Update, and an arch.
The author of The Ecology of Herbal Medicine and director of The Yerba Mansa Project sat down with KSFR's Georgina Hahn in her medicinal garden. Her community driven preservation's effort create a cycle of positivity.
An update on the City Council Meeting held Wednesday March 31, 2021. Topics discussed included the Midtown Campus and COVID updates.
KSFR's Georgina Hahn takes a look at the disparity between a multi-million dollar art market, and the work of artists in the Santa Fe Community.
Hydrologists predict another dry year here in New Mexico. What accommodations does the agricultural sector need to make in order to survive a drought? KSFR's Georgina Hahn speaks with state farmers to get a glimpse of the challenges ahead.
The National Endowment of the Arts and Arts Midwest sponsors The Big Read, an inititative to encourage a community wide read. This year's book is Into the Great North, by Luis Alberto Urrea. KSFR's Georgina Hahn spoke with Santa Fe Public Library Director Maria Sanchez-Tucker about the upcoming programs and events.…
Laura Gonzales, Educator and Volunteer Manager for El Rancho de las Golondrinas discusses her research paper “Caves, Cribs and Cathouses: Frontier Prostitution in the Southwest.”
Steve Terrell talks to The New Mexico Political Report's Andy Lyman about the latest developments in the legislative session which ends at noon this Saturday. Topics include the competing bills to legalize cannabis, liquor license reform and the passing of former KSFR News Director Tom Trowbridge.