Another busy week of news, and we have you covered.
We begin with the region’s in-depth coverage of police violence in New Mexico. The rate of police killings in the state is the highest in the region.
Plus…join us for an in-depth report on the Las Cruces Schools Board appointment of Ralph Ramos as the district’s new superintendent. The former middle school principal served in an interim role before getting a 2-year contract at $180,000 a year.
And…we’ll look at the growing alarm about the drought in New Mexico and what it could mean for the wildfire season.
All that, plus the week’s other top stories, commentary, and more.