|Man Charged With The 2005 Double Murder Of Brothers Who Were Shot At Home|
An arrest warrant was issued today (Monday, March 27) for the man Roswell Police Department investigators believe is responsible for the murder of two brothers in their Roswell home nearly 12 years ago. The warrant charging two counts of first-degree murder was issued for Gabriel J. Thyberg, 33, who is alleged to have fatally shot Reynaldo Jimenez, 50, and Robert Jimenez, 54, in the kitchen of ... Read More >>
|NM In Focus Looks At Applications From International Students Down At UNM|
The Albuquerque Journal reports that applications from international students to UNM are down this year. That might be due to the current political climate in the United States. What might a smaller international student body mean for the largest university in the state? Gene Grant and this week`s Line opinion panelists react to that news story and what it means for higher education across the ... Read More >>
|Paul Gessing Podcast Returns|
This week the head of the Albuquerque based Rio Grande Foundation talks about the latest unemployment numbers. Education spending, a special session and Obamacare.
|Fatal Reported On U.S. 70 |
The New Mexico State Police report that two people from Roswell were killed in a crash on Friday afternoon. State cops told the Albuquerque Journal that Alexander Horton and Leonard Padilla died from their injuries at the scene of the crash that happened around 2:15 on U.S. 70 near Elida. The report says both men were passengers in a vehicle driven by Stephanie Yamteh of Roswell. She was headin... Read More >>
|Getting Home Safely In Self-Driven Cars |
© 2017 Michael Swickard, Ph.D. “Baseball is like driving, it’s the one who gets home safely that counts.” Tommy Lasorda This last weekend there was a car accident which involved a self-driving vehicle. The media had a great visual of this car on its side. To our way of thinking that is never supposed to happen. It’s a self-driving car which should be programmed to s... Read More >>
|Candy Spence Ezell Recaps Legislative Session |
Roswell State Rep. Candy Spence Ezell says the 2017 New Mexico Legislative session that concluded days ago was one of the worst ones she has seen during her tenure in Santa Fe.
|Last Call For Trinity Site Motor Coach Tour|
The world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, at Trinity Site, on the north end of what is now White Sands Missile Range. This photograph is the only existing color shot of the Trinity Test and was taken by an amateur, Jack Aeby, with his own camera. The New Mexico Museum of Space History is hosting a motor coach tour to the site on Saturday, April 1. (Photo courtesy of Lo... Read More >>