At its meeting Thursday, it’s expected the Federal Communications Commission, the FCC, will do away with the concept of net neutrality. That’s the principle that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or method of communication.  KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke on Tuesday with Senator Martin Heinrich about the anticipated move.

On Wednesday’s (December 13, 2017) Wake-Up Call, we’ll hear from Democratic New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich on the issue of net neutrality—a policy that’s threatened by the Federal Communications Commission under the leadership of its chairman, Ajit Pai. Senator Heinrich was among the 39 signatories on a letter to Pai on the matter. Also on the program: the Marketplace morning report. And Jack Loeffler will be on hand for episode seven of his series, “The Lore of the Land”

A public sector attorney and social change activist, Santa Fe resident Bruce Berlin has devoted his career to social justice issues for over forty-five years. Berlin is also an author. His book, “Breaking Big Money's Grip on America” is out, and KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke with him on Tuesday’s Wake-Up Call.

KSFR News checks-in seasonally with Albuquerque-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Kerry Jones. Jones, officially the “Warning Coordination Meteorologist” at the N-W-S says New Mexico saw quite the contrast in meteorological autumn: the months of September, October and November.

Marie Campos is running for the Santa Fe District One City Council seat now held by incumbent Signe Lindell, who’s completing her first term in office.

KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke with Campos Tuesday on KSFR’s Wake-Up Call:

KSFR's Wake Up Call For December 12, 2017

Dec 12, 2017

On today's KSFR Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge speaks with candidate for Santa Fe City Council District One, Marie Campos. Also, author Bruce Berlin discusses his new book: "Breaking the Big Money Grip on America;" and we’ll hear about autumn’s weather in New Mexico and what we can expect in the winter months. Plus, the federal Labor Department is working with New Mexico to combat human trafficking in our state. 

Wake-Up Call begins conversations with Santa Fe’s five mayoral candidates today with Alan Webber’s appearance. KSFR's Tom Trowbridge interviewed Webber Monday morning.


The Santa Fe Public School District last week participated in something called “The Hour of Code,” which was part of Computer-Science Education week last week.

Jennifer Nevarez is with New Mexico TechWorks—KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge spoke with her and SFPS Superintendent Veronica Garcia about the special observation on Friday: 

KSFR's Wake Up Call For December 11, 2017

Dec 11, 2017

Today on KSFR’s Wake-Up Call: We begin our interviews with Santa Fe’s mayoral candidates with Allan Webber the first of the five today; Also, we’ll hear the Marketplace Morning Report and a local news update….and we’ll talk tech and the celebration last week of Computer-Science Education week in the Santa Fe Public schools.

After deliberating for six and a half hours, an Edinburg, Texas jury convicted John Feit of murder in the 1960 killing of beauty queen Irene de la Garza. Hannah Colton reaches Erik Garza of Courthouse News Service for the latest breaking news.


This week on HERE and THERE

MONDAY Dec. 11 - First the Department of Justice closes down the privately-run Cibola County Correctional Facility after 3 inmates die. Then The Department of Homeland security reopens it as a detention center for ICE. Sarah Macaraeg of Reveal and NM In Depth on what happened in between…one secret negotiation, one no-bid contract, and little State or public scrutiny TUESDAY Dec. 12 - Most people think of Equifax as a credit rating company, but actually it’s real source of income is data...

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