Here’s How & Why Santa Fe Is Doing Exceptionally Well With Water Usage

17 ViewsSome good news! The number of water users in Santa Fe has increased but usage has surprisingly declined, according to the city’s top water official. KSFR’s Dennis Carroll talks with director Jesse Roach about how and why that happens in the middle of an unprecedented drought.

A Major Report Warns Climate Change Is Accelerating And Humans Must Cut Emissions Now

4 ViewsGlobal climate change is accelerating and human-caused emissions of greenhouse gases are the overwhelming cause, according to a landmark report released Monday by the United Nations. There is still time to avoid catastrophic warming this century, but only if countries around the world stop burning fossil fuels as quickly as possible, the authors warn.

‘Unhealthy’ air quality hits Albuquerque from California

4 ViewsALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Waking up on Sunday morning hazy skies were apparent around Albuquerque. “We’re having a lot of smoke today from California wildfires, and it’s pretty bad. We are in the unhealthy-for-everyone group, as far as air quality goes,” said Jeff Stonesifer who oversees air pollution programming for Albuquerque.

Prosecutors offer plea deal to Cowboys for Trump founder

7 ViewsSANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Federal prosecutors have offered a confidential plea agreement to Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin that might resolve misdemeanor criminal charges linked to the Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol.

Amargo Fire burning 800 acres west of Dulce

19 ViewsNEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The Amargo Fire started around 11:45 a.m. on Saturday, August 7, 2021. It is currently burning about 800 acres approximately and one mile west of the community of Dulce, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. Officials have put in requests to Taos Dispatch to fill orders for hotshot crews, helicopters, and […]