Tom Trowbridge, Award-Winning Journalist, Dies at 62

Tom Trowbridge, former KSFR News Director and award-winning journalist, passed away Monday night in his sleep. Tom was a tireless career newsman whose voice was heard starting in the 1980s on stations from the East to the West coast. He led the KSFR news team from 2017 until last month when he left the station […]

New Mexico Capitol on High Alert

In the wake of riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, the FBI warned all 50 states to anticipate armed protests at their state capitols.  Protests are expected to take place in the days leading up to the January 20 presidential inauguration.  Is New Mexico ready for potentially violent demonstrations?  And who’s in charge?  […]

Cons in the time of COVID

COVID-19 is a field of dreams for those who wish to lie, cheat and steal on the backs of people who live in fear of this dreadful disease.  Since March 2020, the Federal Trade Commission has logged in some 268,000 COVID-related complaints at a cost of almost 200 million dollars to victims.

Capital High Students Take On The COVID-19 Virus

As the Covid-19 virus rampages through New Mexico, students and teachers in hard-hit south Santa Fe neighborhoods have launched a determined effort to reduce the spread of the virus among south-side Santa Fe families.

Public Banking A Way Up and Out During Economic Hardship

Wake Up Call’s MK Mendoza speaks with two leading representatives from the non-profit Alliance for Local Prosperity about how public banking statewide could literally turn things around for New Mexico as we find out way out of economic hardship.

Economy, Health and COVID-19 Top Hispanic Issues in 2020

Although non-Hispanic white voters still make up the largest slice of the eligible voter pie in the U.S., the fastest growing group of voters is Hispanic.  New Mexico Hispanics hold the record with a whopping 43 percent of all eligible voters in the state.  What are their top issues?  The top three issues are the economy, health […]