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  • ‘Smart Grid’ puts LA on map

    If alternative energy is the world’s future, the future is now in Los Alamos.

    A contingent of top officials and scientists from Los Alamos, Los Alamos National Laboratory, the State of New Mexico and Japan met Wednesday to launch a multimillion dollar project expected to set new standards for alternative energy use worldwide.

    The launch of the roughly $27 million Los Alamos Smart Grid project included 25 guests from the Japanese smart-grid industry and NEDO, the New Energy & Industrial Technology Development Organization.

  • Smart Grid puts LA on map

    If alternative energy is the world’s future, the future is now in Los Alamos.

    A contingent of top officials and scientists from Los Alamos, Los Alamos National Laboratory, the State of New Mexico and Japan met Wednesday to launch a multimillion dollar project expected to set new standards for alternative energy use worldwide.

     

    Read the full story in today's Monitor.

  • WEATHER ALERT!Flash Flood Watch in effect for area through Saturday evening

    The National Weather Service issued the following watch advisory early Friday morning; check back here often for additional updates as they become available...

    A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM NOON MDT FRIDAY THROUGH SATURDAY EVENING...

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN ALBUQUERQUE HAS ISSUED A

  • Recovery loses momentum as consumers remain cautious

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The recovery lost momentum in the spring as growth slowed to a 2.4 percent pace, its most sluggish showing in nearly a year and too weak to drive down unemployment.

    Consumers spent less, companies slowed their restocking of shelves and the nation's trade deficit dragged more on the economy in the April-to-June quarter. In a separate report, the Commerce Department said the recession was deeper than previously estimated.

  • July the deadliest month of Afghan war for US

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — NATO announced Friday that six more U.S. troops have died in Afghanistan, bringing the death toll for July to at least 66 and surpassing the previous month's record as the deadliest for American forces in the nearly 9-year-old war.

  • FBI access to e-mail and Web records raises fears

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Invasion of privacy in the Internet age. Expanding the reach of law enforcement to snoop on e-mail traffic or on Web surfing. Those are among the criticisms being aimed at the FBI as it tries to update a key surveillance law.

    With its proposed amendment, is the Obama administration merely clarifying a statute or expanding it? Only time and a suddenly on guard Congress will tell.

  • Governor mulls pardon for Billy the Kid

    SANTA FE — The showdown between Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid has fascinated the American public for nearly 130 years with its classic, Old West storyline of the frontier lawman hunting down the notorious gunslinger.

    As it turns out, the feud isn’t completely over.

    New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is considering granting a posthumous pardon to Billy the Kid, angering descendants of Garrett who call it an insult to recognize such a violent outlaw.

  • Survey: Drugs not often used at school

    What goes through the minds of teen drug users?

    Members of the Youth Mobilizers, Y program, created a survey to find out.

    The survey was conducted in January and February. High school graduates Josh Dolin and Emi Weeks, senior Katarina Juarez and junior Myles Gurule each took a role in the survey. The Mobilizers interviewed 50 high school students who were thought to use drugs or drink alcohol.

    “It was surprising how honest people were,” Weeks said.

    The survey results showed:

  • Huge developer eyes Trinity site

    If North American Development Group wins the Trinity Site redevelopment lottery, upscale retail is in Los Alamos’ near future.

    The Canada- and U.S.-based developer, which owns or runs more than 10 million square feet of shopping center space, would like to develop a “pedestrian friendly” center in Los Alamos.

  • Arizona preparing appeal of immigration ruling

    PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is preparing to ask an appeals court to lift a judge's ruling that put most of the state's immigration law on hold in a key first-round victory for the federal government in a fight that may go to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Gov. Jan Brewer called Wednesday's decision by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton "a bump in the road" and vowed to appeal.