KRWG

Anthony Moreno

Anchor/Reporter

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.

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As of August 31st, 67.6 percent of New Mexicans over 18 have completed vaccinations against COVID-19. 

To learn more about why some are still hesitant to get vaccinated, KRWG News spoke with Dr. Jagdish Khubchandani, a public health sciences professor at New Mexico State University. He has researched COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the United States and in health care workers across the globe.

Dr. Khubchandani says that the World Health Organization listed vaccine hesitancy as a top threat to global health in 2019. 


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The New Mexico Court of Appeals recently upheld a lower court ruling allowing Ultra Health to open two new cannabis dispensaries in the state. Business Attorney Justin Brandt shared his thoughts with KRWG News on how significant of a ruling this could be for the cannabis industry in New Mexico. Brandt is a partner with Bianchi and Brandt an Arizona-based law firm that specializes on cannabis law. 


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