In a presentation “Archaeology of the Invisible,” Harvard professor Christina Warinner discusses her groundbreaking archaeology findings.
By Annya Loya / New Mexico News Port Some New Mexicans living with severe depression, anxiety and similar conditions now have another treatment option: psychedelic drugs. Psychiatrists are now able to prescribe the anesthesia drug ketamine in small doses that researchers say have powerful therapeutic effects. Other drugs such as MDMA, also known as ecstasy,… Continue reading Psychedelic-assisted therapy comes to New Mexico
By Brigid Driscoll / New Mexico News port UNM students might be getting money from the state to help offset increases in the price of gas and other stuff, if Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signs a package passed by the Legislature in a special session April 5. According to a bill enacted by the state… Continue reading Gas Price Relief to Come for Some UNM Students
PBS “The Open Mind” host, Alexander Heffner discussed the importance of open discussions regarding societal issues.
“I think my point is that we have to recognize the infrastructure necessary to preserve that free and open discussion,” Heffner said.
Show me the money is the new motto for college football recruiting. Our podcasters Juan and Rayes chew over what the new NIL options mean for the future of sports.
By Aldo Jurado and Juan Baeza / New Mexico News Port “It’s been a tough past few weeks,” says Dipo Alam, an Indonesian American who owns three different restaurant concepts with locations all over New Mexico. One of his restaurants near Cottonwood Mall was burgled in February. Earlier this year, a location in Santa Fe… Continue reading Asian business group helps members weather crime
By Aldo Jurado / NM News Port Stephanie Muñiz grew up in New Mexico, went to college at NMSU, and launched a career as a local television reporter in Yakima, Washington. Now she’s home again — a reporter for KOAT Action 7 News. In this audio report, Muñiz tells me how being a reporter in… Continue reading Reporter returns home, finds stories go deeper
By Rayes Gallegos / New Mexico News Port The person who tried using a wrench to steal gas from a van parked in Albuquerque’s South Valley didn’t siphon any gas but successfully cracked the gas tank spilling toxic fuel all over a pre-school’s driveway. The van belonged to Cuidando Los Ninos, a nonprofit that helps… Continue reading Gas Siphoning Hits ABQ
By Michaela Helean / New Mexico News Port New Mexicans will no longer have to pay state gross receipts tax on products such as pads and tampons starting in July, when the bipartisan “Tampon Tax” cut goes into effect. The tax cut was part of a package of economic relief measures passed by the state… Continue reading Goodbye Tampon Tax