Texas hack may be first disruption of U.S. water system by Russia

43 Views   In January, an alert citizen in Muleshoe, Tex., was driving by a park and noticed that a water tower was overflowing. Authorities soon determined the system that controlled the city’s water supply had been hacked. In two hours, tens of thousands of gallons of water had flown into the

PNM customers to see decrease in monthly bill

201 Views   NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – After PNM tried to raise rates on customers, it will actually have to lower them. Last month, the state’s Public Regulation Commission rejected PNM’s bid to raise rates to cover costs related to the Four Corners and Palo Verde Power Stations.

Factors combine to boost hunger across Southern New Mexico

235 Views   SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO – A perfect storm of factors appears to be driving extra demand for food assistance across the southern half of the state.  First, in line with the federal government’s declared end of the pandemic emergency, financial aid to families for food via the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance