Thirteen percent of seniors in New Mexico are under threat of not getting enough eat, according to an analysis of the most recent data by the
KUNM's Public Health Reporter Deborah Martinez took first place in two news categories for large market radio stations at the annual New
KUNM Call In Show Thu. 5/22 8a: New Mexico’s Department of Health has announced proposed rule changes to the state's medical marijuana program.
KUNM Call In Show Thu. 4/17 8a: The Albuquerque Police Department recently made national headlines for the shooting of a man in the Sandia
Scientists in northwest New Mexico have been testing three rivers that serve thousands of residents’ drinking water supplies, and they’re alarmed
The New Mexico Health Exchange reports that a total of 51,400 people have signed up for insurance coverage, either under the Affordable Care Act
Contrary to initial reports from the Albuquerque Police Department, no Crisis Intervention Team officers trained to de-escalate situations
Midnight Monday is the deadline to sign up for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. Over the weekend in New Mexico people lined up to get
In the wake of two shooting deaths by the Albuquerque Police Department in two weeks, more families of people living with behavioral health issues
One of the five Arizona companies that took over operations from New Mexico behavioral health providers last year is announcing salary reductions.