May 14th Morning Rush: Volcano Vista HS system hacked right before big test


1. Albuquerque Public Schools is investigating what appears to be a cyber-attack on Volcano Vista High School. Most of the schools’ internet is back up and running. However, just before a big test officials say the school was knocked off the grid Monday. At this time, they have not been able to identify who is responsible. The principal suspects it’s a student or students.

Full Story: Students allegedly hacked into school computer system, delayed testing

2. Bernalillo County Sheriffโ€™s Deputies are desperately looking for tips in a recent death investigation. Deputies say they were responding to a call on Juan Tomas Road in the East Mountains last week when they discovered Marsha Bush dead near the road. Detectives say there were obvious signs of trauma.

Full Story: BCSO identifies woman found dead in East Mountains

3.  A mostly quiet and cool start to the day with morning temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s across New Mexico.

Full Story: Kristen’s Tuesday Morning Forecast

4. The number of people enrolling in New Mexico’s medicinal marijuana program is growing. The New Mexico Department of Health says in April patients looking to use cannabis to treat health problems like chronic pain and PTSD grew by more than 1,600.

Full Story: Provider says medical cannabis sales trail enrollment growth

5. Amazon is offering an interesting proposition for its employees. They are offering $10,000 and three months salary to quit your job and start a business delivering packages for them. Amazon is looking for ways to speed up shipping time to one for Prime members.

Full  Story: Amazon offers to help employees start delivery business

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