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.

Silver City Report

8 hours ago

Alamogordo NOW

Jul 20, 2021

According to an annual report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, New Mexico ranks 49th in the country in child well-being. To learn more about this year's KIDS COUNT Data Book report we speak with James Jimenez, Executive Director of New Mexico Voices for Children and Lori Martinez, Executive Director of Ngage New Mexico on this week's Voice of the Public.

Silver City Report

Jul 7, 2021

New Mexico ranks 49th in the country in child well-being in this year's KIDS COUNT data book report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. To learn more about this year's report, we speak with James Jimenez, Executive Director with New Mexico Voices for Children. 

Alamogordo NOW

Jul 6, 2021

Silver City Report

Jun 23, 2021

Silver City Report

Jun 16, 2021

Every week we get the top stories from Silver City. This week: the rodeo returns to town, a utility shutoff moratorium for Bayard residents will end in August, and swimming pools in the area are open. Reporter Hanna Dumas, with the Silver City Daily Press shares more about these stories on the Silver City Report. 

Before the pandemic hit New Mexico, many in the state were already facing food insecurity. On this episode, Mag Strittmatter, President and CEO of Road Runner Food Bank shares more about food insecurity issues and how the food bank has adapted to continue delivering healthy, nutritious food to New Mexicans who may be in need.

Alamogordo NOW

Jun 8, 2021

District 35 Democratic State Representative Angelica Rubio says that New Mexico was already facing a housing crisis before the pandemic. Representative Rubio has co-sponsored legislation to offer more protections for renters in New Mexico. She recently talked to KRWG News about her efforts to address the issue. 

An east coast author’s interest in New Mexico books and culture has developed over the years into a collection that has gained notable recognition. 

Maida Tilchen, who resides in Sommerville, Massachusetts said that it was during her first trip to New Mexico in 1993 when her interest first began. She says many trips over the years to used bookstores around the state helped develop her New Mexico book collection. Tilchen says her favorite books are nonfiction, like memoirs or biographies.

Silver City Report

May 26, 2021

On this episode, we focus on trade and economic development at the border. Joining us for this program is Jerry Pacheco, President and CEO of the Border Industrial Association. He is also Executive Director of the International Business Accelerator. Mr. Pacheco also writes a syndicated column "Business Across Borders."

Alamogordo NOW

May 25, 2021

This week, the City of Alamogordo announced that Independence Day celebration events will kick off with a parade at one in the afternoon on Sunday, July 4th. Also, the city says they have learned some new information on how past Independence Day fireworks were handled. Nicole Maxwell with the Alamogordo Daily News shares the latest from the area on this week's Alamogordo NOW.

A project that documents Hispanic New Mexican migration from New Mexico to different parts of the United States during the last century is underway collecting personal stories of people searching for opportunities. 

Silver City Report

May 19, 2021

Alamogordo NOW

May 18, 2021

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.