As the 988 rollout looms, demands for improved mental health services go largely unanswered
Luciana Perez Uribe Guinassi
Luciana Perez Uribe Guinassi was born in Lima, Peru, but spent her childhood living between the Peruvian coast, the tumultuous city of Lima, and a quiet suburb in Ohio. Her multicultural background sparked her curiosity in learning about different worldviews. Most recently, she reported on federal and state gaps in COVID-19 protections for legal migrant seafood workers. She has also written about housing, student affairs, climate change and the 2020 presidential election. She is the 2021 Roy W. Howard fellow at Searchlight and received her master’s degree in journalism from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.
The other energy crisis
Thousands of New Mexico households are struggling to keep the lights on and the water running. The ones who stand to lose the most: children.
New Mexicans asked to repay unemployment benefits that the state sent by mistake
Thousands received benefit overpayments through no fault of their own. Now the state wants them back.
A new chapter for Dorris Hamilton
Guardianship took away Hamilton’s freedoms. Her son is getting them back.
New Mexico landlords tried to evict nearly 200 households whose rental assistance applications were pending
Haitian asylum seekers are suffering from inadequate food, dirty water, and poor medical care at the Torrance County Detention Facility.
Searchlight analyzed 10 years of court records to find out which landlords evicted tenants. Here are the results.
Motel of last resort
Amid a housing crisis, a Motel 6 in Albuquerque offers shelter for those in dire need
In Albuquerque, the eviction moratorium did little to stop landlords from trying to force hundreds of people from their homes.