A Public Service of Santa Fe Community College
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations
donate word in splash’s background
nali - stock.adobe.com

KSFR exists because of listeners like you who believe in the work of our community-led radio station that offers an outlet for local voices, Northern New Mexico news coverage, and music and talk shows that are curated and produced by local talent.

Keep KSFR on the air by donating and amount that you can contribute to keeping this gem of a community radio station operating helps to strengthen independent award-winning news delivery.

Click the purple button at the top of this page to make a donation.

On behalf of the staff, management, and volunteers at KSFR, we are grateful for your enduring support.
KSFR is currently seeking new members for the Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation Board of Directors.

Click here for more information.
Click for detailed set-up.
Local News
In Case You Missed It
Summit Held In New Mexico To Bring Internet To All Americans
The Internet For All: New Mexico Broadband Summit was held Wednesday at the Buffalo Thunder Resort.
Lujan Grisham Reestablishes Organized Crime Commission
The commission will work to battle against drug, human, and gun trafficking in New Mexico.
APD teams with federal partners to target gun enforcement downtown
In a continuation of their efforts to make downtown Albuquerque safer, federal and city law enforcement officials are partnering together to more aggressively target gun crimes
New Mexicans Honor Fallen Law Enforcement
The annual New Mexico Law Enforcement Memorial Service was held Tuesday in Santa Fe.
New Mexico Projecting Sharp Increase In Homelessness
A report presented to the Legislative Finance Committee on Tuesday projects a 48% increase in homelessness in 2023.
Keller speaks about Albuquerque's "story" in his State of the City address
In a speech centered on “the power of us”, Mayor Tim Keller detailed the story of Albuquerque so far in his state of the city address.