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Today's News

  • McIlroy, Singh tied for lead; PGA in weather delay

    KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — First came the black cloud that has been following Tiger Woods on the weekend at the majors. The real storm arrived a short time later Saturday in the PGA Championship, halting the brilliant start by Rory McIlroy and giving Woods a chance to stop his slide at Kiawah Island.

  • Cone Zone 8/12/12

    Public Works Projects

    For more information about the projects listed below, please email lacpw@lacnm.us, call 

    662-8150, or visit the “Projects” link at losalamosnm.us. 

    Pavement Preservation Program

  • Balibrera: 'Strike will remain unbroken'

    Those who thought hunger striker Aleric Balibrera was going to end his hunger strike on Aug. 9, were sadly mistaken. 

    Balibrera started the strike on July 16 in an effort to call attention to his efforts to end the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s involvement in the manufacture of nuclear weaponry and storage of nuclear waste.

    In an elaborate ceremony that took place at Ashley Pond Thursday, Balibrera broke his fast with his fellow supporters and then passed the strike onto fellow protesters Maria Jose Ugalde and Thomas Jaggers.

    “This way, the strike will remain unbroken into the future,” Balibrera said.

  • North Korea may be preparing for nuclear test

    Stanford nuclear scientist Siegfried Hecker, the former director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Frank Pabian, a geospatial information analyst at LANL, used open-source technology to recalculate the epicenters of two nuclear tests by North Korea. 

    They believe Pyongyang is capable of carrying out a third within a matter of weeks. Whether the North is willing to pay the political costs of another test remains open to debate.

    Their study was published in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Pabian was a recent visiting scholar at Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation, where Hecker is a co-director.

    In an interview, Hecker answered questions about the current state of nuclear affairs in North Korea:

  • High profile visitors in LA this week

    Los Alamos should be bustling this week. 

    Senator Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., makes an appearance Monday and 50 members of the Energy Communities Alliance (ECA) arrive for a peer exchange Wednesday. 

    The Los Alamos Historical Society hosts Bingaman at the Los Alamos Historical Museum Monday, thanks to the efforts of executive director Heather McClenahan. 

    “The American Association of Museums encourages its members to invite their congressional delegates to visit,” McClenahan said. “When I was in Washington to testify for the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, I invited Sen. Bingaman to come.”

  • Krzyzewski: Gold-medal Game His Last As US Coach
  • Scenes from Saturday's Fair & Rodeo Parade

    Los Alamos National Bank’s entry took top honors in the Los Alamos County Fair and Rodeo Parade Saturday morning along Central Avenue.

    The LA Shrine Club finished second and the Albuquerque Tin Lizzies were third.

    Numerous political candidates had high profiles in the parade, including county council and House District 43. Also in the parade was Republican Senatorial candidate Heather Wilson.

    Republican council candidate Marc Clay probably summed it up best when asked when the campaign starts. Clay said, “It starts today.”

  • Today in History for August 11th
  • Tiger Woods shares lead at PGA Championship

    KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — In the 55 years since the PGA Championship switched over to stroke play, there has never been a tougher round than Friday at Kiawah Island.

    One score in the 60s, two in the 90s.

    Of the 41 players who failed to break 80, nine of them could be found among the top 50 in the world ranking.

  • It's Paul Ryan: Romney picks Wis. Rep. for No. 2

    NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Republican Mitt Romney anointed Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, an ardent conservative and devoted budget cutter, as his vice presidential running mate on Saturday, and the two men immediately embarked on a tour of campaign battleground states vowing to defeat President Barack Obama and repair the long-ailing U.S. economy.