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An award-winning podcast featuring some of the most popular and impactful stories from the Las Cruces Sun-News. In this podcast, we attempt to pull back the curtain on the reporting process — taking you inside our newsroom, providing transparency and providing a look behind the scenes while getting to know our reporters and learning about their first-hand experiences.
 
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On this week's episode, we’re joined by New Mexico House Minority Floor Leader Ryan Lane, an attorney who represents San Juan County. We’ll be talking about how he is approaching this year’s 60-day session of the New Mexico Legislature. We’ll take a look many of the big-ticket items lawmakers are discussing as lawmakers set about crafting an histor…
 
This week, we’re talking to New Mexico Senate Majority Leader Peter Wirth. We’ll be talking about how he is approaching this year’s 60-day session of the New Mexico Legislature. We’ll take a look at many of the big-ticket items lawmakers are discussing as lawmakers set about crafting an historically large budget — one Wirth described as larger than…
 
On this week's episode of The Reporter's Notebook Podcast, we’re talking to Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ralph Ramos. We’ll be talking about the school district’s priorities during this year’s 60-day session of the New Mexico Legislature. We’ll take a look at the impact proposed legislation might impact LCPS. As New Mexico’s state legis…
 
We’re talking to NMSU professors Martha Desmond and Tim Wright this week. Desmond is a Regents professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology, while Wright is a professor in the Biology Department. We’re diving into the mystery of a recent die-off of migratory birds in New Mexico. In 2020, possibly hundreds of thousands of m…
 
This week, we’re talking to New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu. Ahead of this year’s 60-day legislative session, we wanted to find out what sorts of legislation the university would like to see passed. We’ll take a deep dive into how proposed legislation may impact NMSU. Some of the things Arvizu and his colleagues in higher educatio…
 
This week, we’re talking to Lucas Peerman, the outgoing news director of the Las Cruces Sun-News, and Jessica Onsurez. Until recently, Jessica was the news director of the Carlsbad Current-Argus, the Alamogordo Daily News and the Ruidoso News — a role she'll continue into 2023. All of the aforementioned papers are owned and operated by Gannett — th…
 
This week, we’re talking to Rajaa Shindi, an assistant professor at New Mexico State University. Shindi received a $150,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to continue an effort to improve the lives of Afghan refugees in southern New Mexico through education and job training. She has partnered with Angela Owens, college assistant professor a…
 
This week, we’re talking to Dulcinea Lara, the academic department head and professor of Borderlands and Ethnic Studies at New Mexico State University. Borderlands and Ethnic Studies began in 2019 as a multi-disciplinary program at NMSU to build awareness and cultural understanding of what it means to live along the U.S.-Mexico border. Known as BES…
 
This week, we’re talking to Las Cruces Sun-News News Director Lucas Peerman, and Mario Moccia, the director of athletics at New Mexico State University. We’re talking about NMSU football’s Cinderella season — how a team that started NM State started the season 0-4 and they lost a home game to Florida International where the Aggies were actually 14.…
 
This week, we’re talking to El Paso Times reporter Lauren Villagran, who covers immigration and the U.S.-Mexico border for the Times and the USA Today network of newspapers. The journey of Kristian González Pérez and his family of four is not particularly unique — insomuch as his was one of thousands of families bussed to other parts of the country…
 
This week, we're talking to Las Cruces Sun-News lead sports reporter Jason Groves and News Director Lucas Peerman. On Friday, Nov. 18, NMSU's men's basketball team traveled to Albuquerque to take on the Lobos Saturday in The Pit. But that game never happened. On the morning of Saturday, Nov. 19, we learned there had been a shooting on the UNM campu…
 
This week, we’re talking to Las Cruces Sun-News reporter Justin Garcia. Justin covers local government and public safety for the newspaper. Through a public records request, he recently obtained Las Cruces crime statistics for this year through June — the last month for which stats are currently available. What we’ve found, in raw numbers, is that …
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Algernon D’Ammassa. Algernon has been a reporter for the Sun-News since 2018. Before that, he was at the Deming Headlight. Earlier this month, Algernon returned to the Headlight as the newspaper’s editor-in-chief. The Headlight was recently purchased from Gannett by the Silver City Independent Publishing Co.…
 
This week, we’re doing something a little bit different. I’ll be talking to Walt Rubel, a longtime reporter and editor in southern New Mexico who has covered New Mexico politics for many years — and many of THOSE at the Las Cruces Sun-News. We’re talking about the 2022 midterm elections, redistricting, and some of the state’s biggest offices up for…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Sun-News sports reporter Stephen Wagner. We’re talking about, well, a lot of things. Stephen was recently selected as a voter in the Associated Press Media Poll for college football. The Aggie basketball team just had their first Crimson/White scrimmage, giving us an early look at the team. I want to know wh…
 
This week, we’re talking to Sun-News reporter Leah Romero, who covers trending news. We’re talking about Barbara Hubbard, who turned 95 on July 12 and was celebrated last Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Pan American Center at NMSU — a facility she once spent a lot of time in during her tenure as the university’s special events director. Barbara Ann John…
 
This week, we’re talking to former Las Cruces Sun-News reporter Bethany Raja — who was Bethany Freudenthal when she worked as a public safety reporter at the Sun-News. She now works as a city hall reporter for @WYPR in Baltimore. We’re talking about Adnan Syed, whose case first rose to prominence because of the first season of the Serial podcast. F…
 
In this week’s episode, however, we’re doing something a little different. We’re talking poetry. Specifically, we’re talking about the role of New Mexico’s Poet Laureate. First, a little history. In 2014, companion memorials in the New Mexico House and Senate requested that the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs develop a "New Mexico Poet La…
 
This week, we’re speaking to Algernon D’Ammassa. Algernon is an investigative and enterprise reporter for the Sun-News. We’re talking about the recent Yacone family tragedy — in which local restaurateur Bob Yacone is accused of killing his wife, Kimberly, before engaging deputies from the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office in a shootout that left him…
 
Never Ride Alone Albuquerque Man Finishes Bike Ride Across America (Albuquerque, NM, August 20th, 2022) On June 4th, Richard Lima set out to ride his bike across the country for mental health awareness and suicide prevention. Starting in Mooresville, NC, and finishing in Santa Monica, CA, Richard rode for 74 days, covered 4,608 miles, crossed 12 di…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re speaking to Michael McDevitt, who has covered city and county government for the Sun-News for the past three years, since 2019. Michael will be moving on to a new opportunity in Chicago, where he attended college. During his three years covering Las Cruces and Doña Ana County, Mike has seen a lot — and has shared his r…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re speaking to Justin Garcia, who covers public safety for the Sun-News. We’re returning to a familiar topic — talking about the number of police shootings in Doña Ana County this year. We’ll speak in depth about the most recent shooting. It happened on the afternoon of Aug. 2, after Las Cruces police responded to a shopl…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Algernon D’Ammassa, who generally covers statewide issues for the Las Cruces Sun-News. He recently spoke with Darcy Morrison, an inmate at the Western New Mexico Correctional Facility in Grants. It’s a life she describes as “a quiet one.” For much of the day, she works in the prison’s library, where she tuto…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Stephen Wagner, who is a sports reporter for the Sun-News. We’re talking about Abe Romero, a middle-linebacker for Organ Mountain High School who was tragically injured after sustaining a hit Friday, Aug. 26, during his football team's 28-7 victory over Deming. Romero sustained a hit in the second quarter th…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Leah Romero, who covers trending stories for the Las Cruces Sun-News — and NOTHING is more “trending” this time of year than Hatch Green Chile. We’re also joined by Adrian Hedden of the Carlsbad Current-Argus, who recently wrote about the chile crop — and the commencement of roasting — around the state. This…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re talking to Justin Garcia, who covers public safety for the Las Cruces Sun-News. Justin recently traveled to Albuquerque in the wake of the killings of several Muslim men — which set the entire community on edge. Muslims in Albuquerque were fearful of an Islamophobic serial killer after four people were murdered over th…
 
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