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First News: Los Alamos Bank customers won't be affected by tighter controls from federal regulators. (listen) Federal regulators cite Los Alamos Bank for what they call "unsound" banking practices.
Jan 2 AT NOON: After local news headlines, an interview with Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela on New Mexico's JobsTraining Incentive Program. (listen) Are you one of those vowing to get in shape after the holidays? Reporter Charles Maynard speaks with the city's Recreation Director about safe and sound strategies. And Joe Day files a report about what Santa Feans had on their minds as 2012 drew to a close. Plus...60 seconds with Christopher Hagen.
First News: Double homicide suspect captured and in custody on $1 million cash-only bond. (listen) The Santa Fe teenager alleged to be the gunman in a Xmas Day double homicide is now in custody.
Monday snow makes driving difficult Difficult driving conditions in Santa Fe and throughout Northern New Mexico...
State lawmaker triesGMO legislation State Sen. Peter Wirth of Santa Fe has filed draft legislation that would require food manufacturers to label genetically modified food sold in New Mexico.
Dec. 28 at Noon: Is gun violence spurred by mental health problems (Listen) On Friday's midday report: We take a local look at guns: First with Santa Fe's police chief on the city's gun buyback program, then with a clinician who is developing a theory about why random gun violence happens Meanwhile, a controversial sheriff in Arizona plans to surround schools with armed posse members And trashy fashion from Santa Fe heads to museums around the country...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...
First News: Police are hoping to reunite $20,000 in stolen jewelry with its rightful owner. (listen) A local jeweler acquired $20,000 in jewelry believed stolen in an as yet unreported burglary.
Santa Fe police looking for owner of stolen jewelry Santa Fe police say they have recovered stolen jewely worth $20,000, and they're looking for the owner. A local jeweler called them after two young men offered to sell the pieces for $100.
Dec. 27 At Noon: City website to get revamp (Listen) On Thursday's midday report: A new look, feel and more information coming to the Santa Fe city website...State lawmakers already readying bills for the January-March legislative session...One of several National Weather Service computer models predicts big snows around New Year's day...Who's working in Washington, and who's not, as the fiscal cliff approaches...
First News: Santa Fe Sheriff searching for suspect in Xmas day double homicide south of Santa Fe. (listen) An arrest warrant with a $1 million cash only bond has been issued for 18-year-old Joe C. Rivera suspected of killing two men.
First News: Mayor David Coss wants Santa Fe to start a gun buyback program. (listen) In the wake of the Connecticut school shootings, Santa Fe Mayor David Coss wants to launch a gun buyback program here.
DWI patrol ride-along report (Listen) On Friday's midday report: There's never a good time to drink and drive, especially on a holiday weekend. KSFR's reporter goes on a DWI ride-along with a sheriff's deputy....Could Santa Fe airport offer new service to Chicago?...An outburst at the NRA event on school shootings...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...
Santa Fe could get Chicago air service Airport director Jim Montman tells KSFR that United Airlines is talking about the possibility.
DWI patrols being stepped up (Listen) State and local authorities will be out in force this weekend, looking for drunken drivers.
Dec. 20 At Noon: Schools supt. details security measures (Listen) On Thursday's midday report: Schools Supt. Joel Boyd talks security....Santa Fe police wrap up another "Shop with a Cop" day for needy kids...A look back at the tenure of outgoing County Commissioner Virginia Vigil...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.
First News: Probation but likely no prison time for Christus official's embezzlement. (listen) A former chief financial officer for Christus St. Vincent hospital has entered a plea deal for embezzlement but probably won't have to spend time in prison.
First News: Long-time Speaker of the New Mexico House Ben Lujan has died at age 77. (listen) House Speaker Ben Lujan of Nambe has lost his long battle with lung cancer.
First News: Santa Fe's Charter Review Commission will consider a ban on some types of weapons. (listen) The first of several meetings of Santa Fe's Charter Review Commission is over, and members have a number of recommendations to consider.