Anthony Moreno


Anthony Moreno anchors KRWG-FM's Morning Edition and KRWG-TV's "Fronteras-A Changing America"

Anthony is from Kansas City, Missouri. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Pittsburg State University. While at Pitt State, he was introduced to National Public Radio by a professor. From that moment Anthony knew that he wanted to be a part of Public Radio.

Prior to KRWG, Anthony served as a local afternoon host for All Things Considered for a public radio station in Southeast Kansas, where he reported and produced local features from around the region, hosted and produced a weekly university program, and he served as a substitute host for a locally produced classical music program.

Anthony enjoys live music performances, jogging, playing basketball, watching his hometown sports teams, and trying new foods. He is excited to serve the community here in Southern New Mexico and West Texas, along with exploring the rich cultural landscape that exists throughout the Southwest.

A new book offers tourists the opportunity to learn more about popular food and drink destinations in New Mexico. Carolyn Graham joins the program to talk about her new book “New Mexico Food Trails: A Roadtrippers guide to hot chile, cold brews, and classic dishes from the Land of Enchantment.” Graham is from Las Cruces and is the former CEO of New Mexico Magazine.

Silver City Report

May 12, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

May 11, 2021

This week, Damien Willis with the Las Cruces Sun-News shares news of less COVID-19 public health restrictions for counties in our listening area, a new local clothing line launches in our region, and a local call center gets nearly $900,000 in state funding for job training.

On this episode of "Fronteras- A Changing America" Fred Nathan, Founder and Executive Director of Think New Mexico shares thoughts on many issues facing New Mexico, including fair lending in the state, financial literacy in schools, capital outlay transparency, and the state tax on social security. 

Silver City Report

May 5, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

May 4, 2021

This week, we learn more about a borderland nonprofit working to create a fair and sustainable food system through education and empowerment.

Krsten Aguilar, Co-Executive Director of La Semilla Food Center shares more about the mission of the organization on Fronteras- A Changing America.

Silver City Report

Apr 28, 2021

Silver City Report

Apr 21, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

Apr 20, 2021

Marc Levesque, Author and WNMU faculty advisor for Mustang Search and Rescue joins us to talk about the program and how to stay safe while exploring the outdoors. He also has a new book out titled "Gila Lost and Found: Search and Rescue in New Mexico."

Anthony Moreno discusses the legalization of adult-use cannabis in New Mexico with those involved in the cannabis industry in the state. We also hear what two state lawmakers think about the legislation that was passed in a special session.

Silver City Report

Apr 14, 2021

President Of Nuestra Tierra Ángel Peña talks about the mission of his organization that is working to improve access to public lands and the outdoors for underserved communities.

Silver City Report

Apr 7, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

Apr 6, 2021

A new dental school is ready to serve the borderland. Dr. Richard C. Black, who is the Dean of the Woody L. Hunt School of Dental Medicine at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso shares more information on this week's episode. 

El Paso Matters

Apr 2, 2021
El Paso Matters CEO Robert Moore

Jess Williams, Editor with the Las Cruces Bulletin gives his final preview for the paper. This week: The Las Cruces Public Works Department is keeping busy, medical students graduate from Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. Also, we get a profile of a local artist opening a space downtown, and film lovers are excited for the film "Walking With Herb" which was shot in Las Cruces. Also, Jess pens a farewell column as he retires from The Bulletin. 

Silver City Report

Mar 31, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

Mar 30, 2021

White Sands National Park is seeing many visitors during this pandemic. Jessica Onsurez, News Director with the Alamogordo Daily News has more on this story and others on Alamogordo Now.

On this final episode of the season, we take a look back at the 60-day legislative session with Journalist Walt Rubel who covers the New Mexico State Legislature for the Southern New Mexico Journalism Collaborative.

Silver City Report

Mar 24, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

Mar 23, 2021