The annual Santa Fe Spanish Market takes place this Saturday and Sunday downtown on the Capital City's Plaza and beyond.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
The world-renowned Santa Fe Opera is celebrating its 60th anniversary this summer.
Tom Trowbridge spoke recently with Santa Fe Opera General Director Charles MacKay.
The New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee begins three days' worth of meetings starting this (July 27) morning at the Ruidoso campus of Eastern New Mexico University.
As Tom Trowbridge reports, the LFC meetings come on the heels of Democratic Senator John Arthur Smith's call for a special legislative session to contend with New Mexico's bleak revenue forecast.
(Note: This production came prior to Tuesday afternoon's news that Governor Susana Martinez's office is reviewing the matter and that a pre-negotiated special session is under consideration).
The multi-media CNBC business news outlet recently released its annual rankings of top states for doing business in 2015.
New Mexico plummeted 15 states from '14 to '15. Tom Trowbridge spoke with New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry chief Jason Espinoza, who provides some thoughts on the rankings and ways to move it upwards.
Some of New Mexico's highway bridges are ornately decorated with area and culturally-appropriate artwork.
As Tom Trowbridge reports, there's much that goes into New Mexico Bridge Art program, overseen by the N.M. Dept. of Transportation's Landscape Architect William Hutchinson.
The Pecos Professional Baseball League--pro baseball at what you might call "entry level," has been entertaining fans for six years now, with franchises in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas and Texas.
Tom Trowbridge has the first of two reports.
Tom Trowbridge continues with the second part of his look at professional baseball at its lowest-level: the Pecos Professional Baseball League.
On today's Dateline New Mexico, Tom Trowbridge has the second of two broadcasts on Spaceport America.
The broadcasts were produced prior to the news this week that Spaceport CEO Christine Anderson announced her resignation from the post.
Shortly before Spaceport America CEO Christine Anderson announced her resignation from the post, Tom Trowbridge prepared a two-part series on the Spaceport, and where it stands following setbacks in the schedule of anchor-tenant Virgin-Galactic's plans for passenger space travel.
Here is part one:
At its recent summer meetings, the Western Governors' Association adopted a number of policy resolutions.
And, as Tom Trowbridge reports, one concerns the Associations' approach to the federal Endangered Species Act.
New Mexico offers baseball fans a couple of options: There's the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes, the farm team for the Colorado Rockies....and there's the Pecos League, which is independent.
And, as Tom Trowbridge reports in the first of two installments, the Pecos League is now in its sixth year with three New Mexico teams.
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas recently addressed a federal consumer protection panel at an Albuquerque field hearing regarding proposed federal rule changes for arbitration clauses in some financial contracts.
Balderas spoke in favor of the change, believing it would protect vulnerable New Mexicans.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
During a news conference via telephone with New Mexico reporters this week, Senator Tom Udall discussed the recent shootings in Dallas, Minnesota and Louisiana, long wait-times at the New Mexico Veteran's Administration Medical Center, and Presidential politics.
Tom Trowbridge has reports.
The once-secret community of Los Alamos is celebrating its history of espionage this week.
As Tom Trowbridge reports, "The Spy Tour" taking place in both Los Alamos and Santa Fe is a major part of Los Alamos' signature "Science Fest" event.
Following-up on Monday's broadcast, the recent New Mexico First Town Hall on New Mexico's economic vitality looked at the topic from the vantage point of small and large business, but also the one-fifth of the state's population living in poverty.
The non-profit "New Mexico First" is a player in development of public policy in New Mexico.
Tom Trowbridge reports on New Mexico First's history and its most recent Town Hall meeting on New Mexico's economy.
Although it's officially monsoon season, New Mexico has not yet tapped-in to the flow of moisture coming from the southeast. And, as a result, parts of New Mexico have been seeing temperatures rising to near-record levels.
Tom Trowbridge speaks with National Weather Service Warning-Coordination Meteorologist Kerry Jones about the current New Mexico weather picture.
The problems of theft, looting and illegal trafficking of Native American religious and cultural items has been around for a long time...and now, New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich is planning legislation to broaden the scope of federal law to stem the activity.
Tom Trowbridge reports that Heinrich and tribal leaders are working together on the effort.
Following-up on a Dateline broadcast in May about two University of New Mexico School of Law Professors who'd written a "Friend of the Court" brief in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, Tom Trowbridge has an update now that the high court has issued its verdict in the case, United States v Bryant.
Much to the concern of New Mexico health officials, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is on the rise this year. The death last month of a 20-year old Torrance County woman marked the sixth reported case of the rodent-spread illness, four of which have been fatal.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
Last week marked the mid-point of 2016. It's been an interesting news year to this point....and with that in mind, Tom Trowbridge took to downtown Santa Fe on July First and asked a random sampling of people what they believe to be the biggest or most-fascinating news story at half-time, so to speak.