The Daily Word in copper mining regulation (or lack thereof), feral hog hunting and ammunition cross-sections

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The second installment of Weekly Alibi's august collaboration with online magazine of New Mexico environmental politics La Jicarita finds David Correia examining Susana Martinez's connections to copper mining behemoth Freeport-McMoRan.

M. Brianna Stallings talks with Santa Fe-based author James Reich on the friction and fission at the nuclear heart of his new novel, Bombshell.

Journal science writer John Fleck explains that despite recent rain, New Mexico is still in drought.

Check out Alibi alum Gwyneth Doland's piece on feral hog hunting in the Santa Fe Reporter.

Jerry Ortiz y Pino's blood pressure spiked over his concern for the state of behavioral health care in New Mexico, and his trip to the emergency room frames his excellent article on the subject for New Mexico Compass.

Bernalillo County, The Trust for Public Land and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acquire 41 acres of Price Dairy property in the South Valley for Valle De Oro National Wildlife Refuge.

Austrian-born, El Lay-based artist Sabine Pearlman's ammunition cross-section photography is terrific.