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By PBS NewsHour
By Anna Christiansen
The chiles are New Mexico’s state vegetable, and represent what oranges are to Florida, or peanuts to Virginia: a symbolic source of pride and joy. The governor’s office claims the industry contributes $400 million annually to the land of enchantment’s…
A group of lawyers filed a lawsuit against the federal government on Friday, charging immigration officials with violating the due process rights of detainees held at a New Mexico detention center. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery talked Laura Lichter -- with…
By Kathleen McCleery
ARTESIA, N.M. -- It’s hard to believe -- given the political bantering, the economic hardships and the humanitarian crisis all swirling around the immigration issue -- that crayons are cause for distress. “Crayon-gate” was the word two volunteer attorneys used…
For the hundreds of women and children who have been detained near the U.S.-Mexico border, this detention center in Artesia, New Mexico is a temporary home. They are given beds, clean clothes and three meals a day. The playrooms are…
The National Dance Institute of New Mexico aims to instill in young people the lessons of success through lessons in dance: hard work, perseverance and health. This year, NDI taught nearly 8,000 students — a majority from low-income families —…
At Kirtland Air Force Base on the outskirts of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a hole in a pipeline allowed fuel containing toxic chemicals to ooze into the soil, undetected for more than four decades. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery reports on the…
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