Economic Development

Like It Or Not, a Hydrogen Ecosystem Is Coming to New Mexico

169 Views   Production, distribution, power generation, carbon capture all in the works: Questions, concerns, confusion abound. Over the past month, in public meetings stretching from the Navajo Nation to Albuquerque, public officials and company representatives unveiled a picture of a new hydrogen energy industry being built in the northwest corner

New film to portray story of West Mesa murders

172 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – For some New Mexicans, the headlines in the trailer for “Boneyard” might hit too close to home. The movie, set to hit the big screen this summer, is based on Albuquerque’s West Mesa murders.

Senator Heinrich Supports Direct File Tax Returns

130 Views   U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich of New Mexico and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and over 130 lawmakers sent a letter to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen and the Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Daniel Werfel, applauding the successful pilot of the Direct File program, and urging them

Concerns around housing continue in Las Cruces

132 Views   This week, KC Counts talks with Lt. Governor Howie Morales about mental health concerns in the state. Jonny Cooker sits down for an in depth conversation with Nicole Martinez, executive director at Mesilla Valley Community of Hope to talk about the growing issues of housing within the community.

New Mexico cannabis industry braces for federal rescheduling

123 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – In a historic announcement, President Joe Biden says it is time for the feds to rethink how dangerous marijuana really is. His administration is downgrading cannabis in its drug classification. It’s a monumental decision that will impact many areas of the legal marijuana industry, including