Low-income renters face poor housing conditions, including leaks, heat, mold, and roaches, with no help.
By Junko Featherston
It’s up to the next generation to carry on the endangered traditions of Okinawa.
In a presentation “Archaeology of the Invisible,” Harvard professor Christina Warinner discusses her groundbreaking archaeology findings.
A new student club at the University of New Mexico is giving disabled students a space to share their experiences with ableism and accessibility issues. News Port’s Madeline Pukite reports on
By Daniel Ward The city of Albuquerque currently has three wellness hotels available for unhoused families or individuals with underlying health problems. Two of the hotels will be discontinued at the end of June due to warmer temperatures, COVID-19 cases going down and vaccinations increasing. One will continue operating for unhoused families with children. To… Continue reading Albuquerque wellness hotels prioritizing families in need
This is the third in a series of articles that ask students in the region how they feel about school during the pandemic. Today we hear from students from Zuni Pueblo and the Navajo Nation. By Sunnie R. Clahchischiligi Photography by Don J. Usner and Curtis Ray Benally Not far from the Shiprock pinnacle on… Continue reading In Their Own Words: What children think about online learning and a school year lost to COVID – Zuni Pueblo and Navajo Nation
By Shane Farias / NM News Port Tourism in Santa Fe hit an all-time low over the last 10 months as a result of coronavirus restrictions, which caused the normally substantial number of visitors to drop significantly, affecting local businesses, events and overall revenue for the city. The first positive COVID-19 case was reported in… Continue reading COVID-19 restrictions deplete Santa Fe tourism numbers