|Roswell Police Spokesman Offers Driving Tips|
Todd Wildermuth says if you are heading out this holiday season you need to buckle up, do not drink and drive and allow extra time for traveling. More tips can be found in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|State Senator Looks Back And Ahead |
Cliff Pirtle says the 2014 Legislative Session was interesting and he adds that the elections in November proved that people in New Mexico are looking for a change. He looks back and ahead now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|State Forestry Spokesman Looks Back And Ahead |
Dan Ware says his department was an increase in Firewise Communities and he said Mother Nature was good to the state with some good rains. He says the state provided resources to other states to fight fires. Hear more now in the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|This Way To Better Health:Professors Want To Push Your Cart Toward The Produce Aisle|
Researchers at New Mexico State University are exploring ways to encourage shoppers to use more of their food budgets for fresh fruits and vegetables, and are working with the NMSU Cooperative Extension Service, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Paso del Norte Health Foundation to target some of New Mexico’s most nutritionally vulnerable residents.
Collin Payne and Mihai Nic... More >>
|NMSU Takes Steps To Streamline Research Processes|
Landing a significant grant is challenging enough in a time of shrinking state and federal funds available for even the most important research projects. Even when a researcher at New Mexico State University is able to line up a great idea with a willing funding agency, the challenge may just be starting.Critical work on a research project is only part of what a scientist must juggle in the pro... More >>
|PVBA Head Talks About Dealing With The Holiday Blues|
Joseph Tillery says this time of year is supposed to be happy and festive. He does say there is a downside to it. He has some coping tips and you can hear them now by going to the podcast section on the left hand side of the page.
|Newsmakers Looks At Education |
From KRWG-TV in Las Cruces, a look at the NEA lawsuit against the New Mexico Public Education Department and how some parents are refusing to allow their children to take New Mexico standardized tests. Fred Martino (pictured) is the host and you can watch the program by going to the You Tube link at the bottom of the page.