Journalist Laura Paskus joins the program to talk about movement this week revamping the Copper Rule after the New Mexico Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday from environmentalists, regulators and the mining industry. KNCE’s The Tonal Ranger, aka Andy Jones, is live in the studio, dishing out the latest on the Taos Balloon Rally and his […]
Hundreds of freshman from Taos High went on an EQ, emotional intelligence, learning retreat last week. The program, recognized by Yale University, is in it’s sixth year and teaches happiness, stress management, teamwork and trust building. Today the Public Regulation Commission is expected to issue a decision on Public Service Company of New Mexico’s rate case […]
Associated Press reporter Russell Contreras has been covering the murder trail this week of two former Albuquerque Police Officers in the death of homeless man James Boyd. A new poll commissioned by the Wilderness Society finds locals value protected public lands in northern New Mexico. Street artist Parker Jennings shares his story about creating pirate […]
State biologist Rick Winslow says both the bear and cougar populations are doing just fine in New Mexico despite admitting the impossibility of accurately counting the stealth species. Cyndi Lauper performed in New Mexico over the weekend and spoke out about wage equality, voting and the activism work she’s dedicated her life to for LGBTQ […]
Auditor Keller announced a case of embezzlement by an employee of the the Developmental Disabilities PlanningCouncil. Jury selection has begun in the case of two former Albuquerque Police officers charged with murder for the on-duty shooting of homeless man James Boyd. A farm to table journey with Common Fire.
Taos Search and Rescue has been coordinating important missions in the area for over 35 years. As they gear up for their annual fundraiser KNCE’s Rita Daniels meet the newest member in the canine K-9 unit and dives into what it takes to go on a SAR mission. Country Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe is hoping Taos […]
More then 100 people have committed suicide in the past 20 years by jumping off of the Taos Gorge Bridge. This past weekend hundreds of people walked to the iconic site during the 7th annual Regeneration Festival. The Taos Gorge Bridge Safety Network wants to see suicide prevention barriers installed on the bridge. New Energy […]
BLM announced this week a change in issuing oil and gas leases. Kyle Tisdel with the Western Environmental Law Center explains why he believes a shift to an online process violates the first amendment. Workers at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in southern New Mexico has been practicing handling simulated nuclear waste in preparation for […]