Education on mute

In Española and across NM, remote learning is a virtual struggle

Wired for success

How Navajo Technical University prepared for an unprecedented school year

The working sick

At a Santa Fe rehab, masks were optional — but showing up at work with COVID-19 symptoms was mandatory

Governing with moxie

How Michelle Lujan Grisham got on Joe Biden’s shortlist

Navajo elders: Alone, without food, in despair

A Navajo reporter checks in on elderly people on the reservation. Hunger and neglect is what she finds.

Critical connections

Home visiting finds new ways to serve families — at a distance

‘An anything-goes situation’

Nursing homes profit from pandemic with no risk of accountability

Growing pains

Anthony, New Mexico puts big plans on hold during the coronavirus pandemic

“Screaming for help”

Imprisoned migrants seeking better prison conditions describe an attack by pepper-spraying guards


The Carlsbad region was poised to send $3 billion to New Mexico coffers, thanks to one of the biggest oil booms in history. Then came COVID.