Carrie Jung appears in the following:
Thursday, August 08, 2013
In New Mexico, the cremated remains of the state's deceased indigent often enter a state of limbo. Many spend years on county storage shelves for many reasons. But country officials are now trying to give these remains a grave, a headstone, and a public memorial service.
Friday, June 28, 2013
While industry experts point to hydrofracking's possibilities for U.S. energy independence, some are extremely concerned about the consequences for the environment, particularly ground water. For that reason, Mora County, New Mexico recently became the first county in the nation to ban hydraulic fracturing. Carrie Jung, reporter for KUMN, spoke with the county's commissioner, and discusses why the county decided to ban the practice.
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
As the fresh snow falls in New Mexico's ski resorts and mild temperatures welcome visitors into the region, new ski enthusiasts are making their way to the mountain tops. Some ski resorts now offer lessons to people with disabilities, and owners say not only is it a great equalizer, it's also increasing business.