On Monday's midday report: Buried inside hundred of pages of state budget is an item that would require big box stores to pay their fair share of state income tax. We'll find out from the legislation's sponsor how it works...What was once the world's biggest, fastest computer has been put to pasture. A report from the Los Alamos national lab...

It's April Fools day so we'll take a few minutes to have some fun and find out where this absurd observance came from in the first place....

On Friday's midday report:  A new report from an important legislative committee says New Mexico isn’t keeping up with the rest of the nation in restoring jobs lost during the recession. We’ll talk with a top lawmaker on that committee…Folk lore abounds in New Mexico and now an exhibit on the UNM campus shows some of it…And audio of a Santa Fe police shooting where the innocent  suspect was just wounded….

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On Thursday's midday report:  A busy night at Santa Fe city hall as supporters and a few opponents of same-sex marriage turn out to voice their opinions.....No water has gone into or come out of the water treatment plant on Canyon Road for more than a month. We'll find out about plans to fix a broken pipe, first, then later re-do the city's two reservoirs...And how's the water in the Rio Grande holding up?...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen... 

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KSFR Weekends

Dec 10, 2012

KSFR Talk

Dec 10, 2012

PBS commentator Bill Moyers on the decision by a federal appeals court that could open the door to political advertising on some public broadcasting stations. Moyers credits KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio, and KPBS, San Diego Public TV, for opposing the decision.

 

MONDAY 7/26

Today on HERE & THERE: In a feat of protective coloration as successful as the zebra's stripes, the mid-20th century baseball club owner Bill Veeck portrayed himself as hardball's class clown, sending a midget to bat for the St Louis Browns and making the Chicago White Sox pioneers in Latino hiring, but Ellis Simani of Pro Publica tells us, Veeck invented a tax trick that has saved his real team -- the owners --billions.  The story, in depth on HERE & THERE, right after the 4 o’clock news. 

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This Week On Here & There

MONDAY 7/26 Today on HERE & THERE: In a feat of protective coloration as successful as the zebra's stripes, the mid-20th century baseball club owner Bill Veeck portrayed himself as hardball's class clown, sending a midget to bat for the St Louis Browns and making the Chicago White Sox pioneers in Latino hiring, but Ellis Simani of Pro Publica tells us, Veeck invented a tax trick that has saved his real team -- the owners --billions. The story, in depth on HERE & THERE, right after the 4 o’clock news.

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Trinity At 75: A Series By Dennis Carroll

Trinity Witnesses Recall Summer "Snow"

This year is the 75th anniversary of the Trinity Test in southern New Mexico. It was the first detonation of a nuclear device—the unleashing of the unholy might of the tiny atom. To mark the occasion, reporter Dennis Carroll, in an ongoing series of reports, examines what we have learned about the changing attitudes, the shroud of secrecy, claims of bad science and the apparent utter disregard for Trinity’s neighbors that now surround the test and its aftermath decades later.

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