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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.

On KRWG News This Week, we hear from Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ralph Ramos. Also, State Senator Jeff Steinborn shares more about legislation he is working on to get New Mexicans quality facemasks and COVID-19 tests, and Las Cruces City Council reviewed findings from a police audit. These stories and more on KRWG News this week.

A new book shares personal stories from the community of Anapra in Ciudad Juárez that shines light on the impact of immigration policies and NAFTA.

Joining us for the program is Dr. Elaine Hampton author of “Seekers of a Stable Sky: Stories of Altruism and Immigration on the Mexican Border.”

Dr. Raquel Garzon returns to the program to talk about wellness. Dr. Garzon is President and Founder of Revitalize Project and author of the book, "The Business of You: Leveraging Business Principles to Thrive in Life."

El Paso Matters

Jan 14, 2022
El Paso Matters CEO Robert Moore

This week, El Paso residents can expect an increase in water bills this year, first responders are being impacted by COVID-19, and a new Texas law prohibits dogs from being chained outside. El Paso Matters President and CEO Bob Moore shares an update on some of the top stories they are following in the area.

Silver City Report

Jan 12, 2022

This week, a COVID-19 update and New Mexico's State Auditor announces allegations against a former Catron County official. Silver City Daily Press reporter Geoffrey Plant has the latest.

Alamogordo NOW

Jan 11, 2022


Sen. Jeff Steinborn

New Mexico State Senator Jeff Steinborn has annouced he's introduced legislation to fund and provide quality face masks and COVID-19 testing kits for residents in the state. Senator Steinborn talked to KRWG News to share more about the legislation.

KRWG News returns this week. Happy New Year! We start the program with a discussion on COVID-19 and the pandemic. The region has seen a dramatic rise in new cases of the virus. KC Counts talked to Dr. Dolores Gomez, with Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces to get an update.

District 2 Las Cruces City Councilor Tessa Abeyta-Stuve talked with KRWG News about all-women representing the city council districts in the city. Councilor Abeyta-Stuve also discussed the single-use plastic bag ban ordinance in the city.

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