New Mexico

Elizabeth Miller / Statesider

Reporter Elizabeth Miller joins KDNK's Gavin Dahl to discuss two recent articles, The Losing Coast for The Statesider, and COVID-19 Pandemic Complicates 2020 Wildfire Season for New Mexico In Depth.   

Ed Williams

Reporter Ed Williams discusses his article 'Restraint, Seclusion, Deception: Parents and Regulators Left in the Dark Over School Behavior Management Techniques' from Searchlight New Mexico, with KDNK's Gavin Dahl. Ed was a reporter at KDNK before heading to New Mexico to do investigative reporting. 

Chris Hassig

Elloit Norquist has been an artist in and around the Roaring Fork Valley since 1970. His upcoming show at the Charlotte Jackson Fine Art Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico combines simple shape with bold color to turn everyday objects, like mailing envelopes, into abstract statements. Elliot joined Raleigh Burleigh and Chris Hassig on Express Yourself to talk about his work.

Climate change has been called the new normal. But residents in some parts of the Southwest say after living through the last two years, there’s nothing normal about it. 

Communities in the Four Corners -- where the borders of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona meet -- have been bouncing between desperately dry and record-breaking moisture since the winter of 2017, forcing people dependent on the reliability and predictability of water to adapt.

Courtesy of NREL

Legislators in Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, and Washington passed aggressive clean energy mandates in 2019.

Western State Colorado University

Prescribed burns are a useful, albeit risky tool against the increasing danger of wildfires in the Western United States. But in the Country that gave us Smokey Bear, how do you convince the public that more frequent fires are the way to go? One way: data.  KBUT’s Christopher Biddle has the story.