KUNM News Update
The measure provides free school meals to all students regardless of family income.
Six months after Congress passed legislation promising compensation to victims of the Calf Canyon/Hermit's Peak fire, a claims office run by FEMA has hired local workers and set up a Facebook page and hotline.
New Mexico State's new coach said Sunday his focus is on rebuilding the culture of a program that was shut down in midseason after back-to-back scandals.
A Native American tribe has been granted title to a portion of a national preserve in northern New Mexico following a yearslong court battle against the federal government, a ruling that could provide hope to other tribes seeking to regain rights to their traditional homelands.
Starbucks workers and supporters picketed in front of the Old Town location off Interstate 40 and Rio Grande Blvd. as part of a national strike pushing for union rights and better working conditions.
Lawmakers approved a bill in the just-ended legislative session that requires insurance plans to waive cost sharing for breast examinations.
No one is objecting to a settlement agreement to resolve allegations of workplace safety violations in the 2021 shooting death of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin on the set of a Western movie.
Let's Talk New Mexico
Acequias were created and maintained by Native Americans before the Spanish settlers arrived. Centuries later, acequias remain a common conveyance for water all around our state in the face of an unpredictable climate and constant water rights battles. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll highlight a new film showing how climate change is impacting the health of our acequias and agriculture, and, we'll check in with acequia users and legal experts. Should we be doing more to protect acequias?
Mountain West News Bureau
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed new drinking water standards this week for PFAS — the increasingly pervasive toxic chemicals that are highly prevalent in Colorado.
The humidity of where you live can play a big role in how long airborne viruses can survive. CU Boulder researchers found coronavirus particles released in a low-humidity environment remained infectious for twice as long than those in a more humid chamber.
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