Awareness

Groups call for reintroduction of jaguars in US Southwest

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmental groups and scientists with two universities want U.S. wildlife managers to consider reintroducing jaguars to the American Southwest. In a recently published paper, they say habitat destruction, highways and segments of the U.S.-Mexico border wall mean that natural reestablishment of the large cats in the

Facing Eviction?: Talk To Your Landlord First

As housing prices skyrocket, unemployment persists and wages are stagnant, housing security has become urgent. A federal judge last week struck down the CDC’s eviction moratorium. In New Mexico there are some local protections for renters, however, there are ways around those rules and many will soon expire. UNM law professor Serge Martinez talked to

NMMI to offer cybersecurity program

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- The New Mexico Military Institute is one of a handful of schools chosen to host a new cybersecurity pilot program in the fall of 2022. The program will be run through the JROTC at NMMI.

As moratorium end nears, PNM urges customers to apply for bill help

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – As the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission voted to end the COVID-19 moratorium on shutting off electricity as soon as August 12, 2021, PNM is now urging its residential customers to contact the company for help paying past due balances. PNM reports that about 43,000 customers can receive help

Churches, community centers, businesses can now host vaccine clinics

State says there is plenty of vaccines to go around ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Restaurants, churches and community centers can now host their own private vaccination clinics. “Whether it is a business, a church, a community group, a nonprofit, whatever it is we will go there and we will vaccinate,” said David