Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge reports on an effort to reform New Mexico's "Whistleblower" Protection Act, as public entities including cities, counties and school districts seek to rein-in costs paid-out in lawsuits.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge reports the New Mexico Judiciary is seeking public comment on a proposed new policy on increased public access to court records.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge speaks with the newly-elected State Senate Majority Leader Peter Wirth of Santa Fe about his taking the post and future challenges awaiting state lawmakers in January.
In today's Dateline New Mexico, Tom Trowbridge has a round-up of the week's news including the new Medal of Honor Wall at Kirtland Air Force Base and a renewed effort at the Roundhouse to legalize agricultural hemp.
Thanksgiving Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge has a roundup of recent news items from the New Mexico Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. as well as from the Roundhouse in Santa Fe
Today's Dateline New Mexico: The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs' Secretary Veronica Gonzales has told a key legislative budget committee that recent budget cuts to her agency has her concerned about its future.
Tom Trowbridge reports.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge reports the Political Director of a New Mexico Environmental organization is hoping to resist some of what he fears will be "scary" environmental policies under the incoming Donald Trump administration.
On Dateline New Mexico, Tom Trowbridge reports on the coming changes in partisan leadership in both chambers of the New Mexico Legislature, focusing today on the State House of Representatives.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge reports on a unique event at the Santa Fe Art Institute: The SFAI 140, featuring 20 presenters each with a time limit of two-minutes and 20-seconds.
The State of New Mexico is now in compliance with the federal REAL-ID Act. Legislators this year approved a two-tier driver license system: one license that meets REAL-ID demands, and another license for those who don't desire the REAL-ID option and for immigrants without documentation.
The state Motor Vehicle Division began implementing the new system this week. But as Tom Trowbridge reports, an immigrant-rights group is critical of the process.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge checks-in with Drug Policy Alliance New Mexico director Emily Kaltenbach who discusses cannabis legalization ballot measures in several states that were decided during last week's elections and what that might mean for similar efforts in New Mexico.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge speaks with a representative of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association about potential changes in the nation's energy policy under a Donald Trump Presidency.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge discusses the results of Election 2016 with University of New Mexico Political Science Professor, Dr. Lonna Atkeson.
Today's Dateline New Mexico: Tom Trowbridge has a rundown of some of the top New Mexico results from Election 2016.
On the day before Election 2016, Tom Trowbridge had a conversation with Libertarian Presidential candidate and former two-term Republican New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson.
Johnson spoke about his campaign and about his political future.
It's finally here: Election Day 2016. Tom Trowbridge has a summary of election-related news in the Land of Enchantment.
New Mexico ranks second-to-last nationally in retaining teachers in schools and in the profession.
Tom Trowbridge speaks with New Mexico Education Secretary Hanna Skandera and American Federation of Teachers President Stephanie Ly about the issue.
With the Presidential race seemingly tightening and with New Mexico the site of recent visits by both Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, Tom Trowbridge checks in with state Democratic Party Chair Debra Haaland on the New Mexico effort to elect Hillary Clinton President.
The number of registered voters in New Mexico has climbed to almost 1.29 million in anticipation of Tuesday's general election.
Tom Trowbridge reports the latest figures display the continuation of a nationwide trend here in the Land of Enchantment.
New Mexico voters are being asked to approve General Obligation Bond C on Election Day.
Tom Trowbridge reports approval of the Bond will foot the bill for higher education improvements statewide without boosting taxes.