The Santa Fe Indian School Class of 2016 had a memorable graduation ceremony last week.
As Tom Trowbridge reports, that's because First Lady Michelle Obama gave the commencement address.
In today's Memorial Day Dateline New Mexico, Tom Trowbridge replays recent comments made in New Mexico by Democratic Presidential hopeful, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Republican Donald Trump....and former President Bill Clinton, campaigning on behalf of wife, Hillary.
More New Mexico families now qualify for child-care assistance through the state's Children, Youth and Families Department.
Tom Trowbridge reports that expanded income-eligibility guidelines have recently been implemented by the state agency.
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall told New Mexico reporters this week via telephone that his efforts to reform the nation's toxic chemicals act is close to being signed into law.
Tom Trowbridge reports on the measure, plus asks Senator Udall his thoughts on the state of New Mexico's recently-announced lawsuit against the EPA for damages incurred during last summer's Gold King Mine spill in southwestern Colorado.
Libertarian Presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor, Gary Johnson is excited with his choice for a running mate, another political maverick: former Massachusetts Republican Governor William Weld.
Tom Trowbridge spoke with Governor Johnson about this and other developments in the 2016 Presidential contest.
A recent federal court hearing revealed that supervisors at the New Mexico Human Services Department were allegedly directing Department staff to falsify applications for emergency food assistance.
This has prompted outrage on the part of at least one New Mexico lawmaker.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
The downturn in global prices for oil and gas has hit New Mexico's general fund in a big way, as seen during the 2016 New Mexico Legislative Session, when projected declined rapidly, resulting in unexpected budget cuts.
Tom Trowbridge spoke recently with New Mexico State University Economics Professor, Dr. Jim Peach regarding future prospects for revenue growth and job creation.
New Mexico Democratic Senator Tom Udall met Wednesday with President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Justice Merrick Garland.
Following his get-together with the judge, he shared with reporters his thoughts on both the nominee and the Senate Majority's efforts to put-off consideration of him until after the Presidential election in November.
Tom Trowbridge was among the reporters taking-part.
May is National Bike Month and several New Mexico cities are observing it with special events and promotions to encourage two-wheeled travel
Tom Trowbridge speaks with the New Mexico Bicycle, Pedestrian & Equestrian Coordinator Rosa Kozub at the New Mexico Department of Transportation about the NMDOT's bicycle-safety efforts.
Two University of New Mexico School of Law Professors recently combined their expertise to write an Amicus Brief before the U.S. Supreme Court that has garnered national attention.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
New Mexico's Second District Congressman, Republican Steve Pearce shares his thoughts on his ambitious...and not yet completed...goal of flying across the globe.
As Tom Trowbridge reports, the former Air Force Pilot is on a mission on behalf of U.S. military veterans.
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas recently announced to state lawmakers his conclusions from the lengthy investigation involving 15 providers of Medicaid-funded behavioral health services who were accused in 2013 of fraudulent billing practices.
Tom Trowbridge has details.
Friday's Dateline New Mexico: A panel of New Mexico economic development experts spoke to state lawmakers on the Legislative Finance Committee this week presenting them with a formula of sorts for economic growth.
Tom Trowbridge has the story.
The internal divisions created by Donald Trump's taking assumed coronation as the Republican Party's Presidential nominee is a topic of discussion today between Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Tom Trowbridge sought the thoughts of New Mexico Senate Minority Leader Stuart Ingle about the high-profile schism.
The New Mexico Department of Tourism launched its now-familiar "New Mexico True" public awareness campaign some four years ago.
Tom Trowbridge discusses the Tourism agency's latest effort: expanding New Mexico True to the branding of products, with State Tourism Secretary Rebecca Latham.
The deadline to register to vote in the June 7th New Mexico primary election is Tuesday, May 10, 2016.
Tom Trowbridge spoke with State Elections Director Kari Fresquez about the deadline, plus New Mexico's new online voter registration option.
Some of New Mexico's highway bridges are ornately decorated with area-and-culturally appropriate artwork.
Tom Trowbridge discusses the New Mexico Bridge Art program with the New Mexico Department of Transportation's Landscape Architect William Hutchinson, who oversees the effort.
On Thursday's Dateline New Mexico, Tom Trowbridge discusses the brash "New Mexico Truth" public-awareness campaign that brings to light New Mexico's poor standing among states in key child-health indicators.
On today's Dateline New Mexico podcast, Tom Trowbridge gets the perspective of New Mexico State University Economics Professor Jim Peach on the current state of New Mexico's revenue picture.
The settlement of the long-running federal Aamodt water-rights case in northern New Mexico is now in the final settlement phase...and, as has been the case throughout the protracted lawsuit, more difficulties have emerged.
Tom Trowbridge speaks with Nambe State Representative Carl Trujillo--whose House District encompasses the affected Nambe-Pojoaque-Tesuque River Basin--and some of the problems.