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  • Man Falls Off Crane, Dies After Police Standoff

    A man who had been holed up in a 150-foot construction crane on a college campus fell early Tuesday and died. Dallas police spent hours trying to talk the man down.

  • Man Falls Off Crane, Dies After Police Standoff

    A man who had been holed up in a 150-foot construction crane on a college campus fell early Tuesday and died. Dallas police spent hours trying to talk the man down.

  • Today in History for May 29th
  • Photo Gallery: Memorial Day at Guaje Pines--Video Extra

    Memorial Day ceremonies at Guaje Pines Cemetery in Los Alamos were punctuated by picture perfect weather following a few days of high winds and smoke from a wildfire in the Gila Winderness. Winds had calmed and the smoke had cleared by Monday morning.

    The ceremonies featured the presentation of colors and flag raising by the Los Alamos High School NJROTC, the reading of the State Proclamation by Steve Stoddard, and the reading of the County Proclamation by councilor Fran Berting.

    The placing of wreaths was carried out by a number of local organizations including the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Military Order of the World Wars.

    Click on the picture to enlarge and view the slideshow.

  • Motorists face possible delays from I-25 work

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The Department of Transportation says a nighttime construction project could cause delays this week for motorists on Interstate 25 near Santa Fe.

    The agency says northbound interstate traffic will be restricted to one lane starting Tuesday night on part of a hill known as La Bajada.

    Pavement is being milled and new asphalt applied on the interstate for about one mile starting at the Cochiti exit south of Santa Fe.

  • Today in History for May 28th
  • VIDEO: Beryl Knocks Out Power in Florida
  • Police: 5-time Champ Johnny Tapia Found Dead--Video Extra

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Johnny Tapia, the five-time boxing champion whose turbulent career was marked by cocaine addiction, alcohol, depression and run-ins with the law, was found dead Sunday at his Albuquerque home. He was 45.

    Authorities were called to the house at about 7:45 p.m. on Sunday, spokesman Robert Gibbs said. The death didn't appear to be suspicious, he said.

    Tapia won five championships in three weight classes, winning the WBA bantamweight title, the IBF and WBO junior bantamweight titles and the IBF featherweight belt.

  • Today In History For May 27th
  • Sports update 05-27-2012

    Hershey’s Track & Field returns to Los Alamos June 6
    The Los Alamos County Recreation Division is hosting the Hershey’s Track & Field Program June 6.
    The program is open to boys and girls ages 9-14. The competition will be at Sullivan Field starting at 10 a.m.
    Interested participants must provide a copy of their birth certificate along with registration materials. There is no charge for participation.
    For more information, call 662-8173 or visit losalamosnm.us/rec on the Internet.
    Tuesday is deadline for ’Topper Soccer School registration
    The Los Alamos High School boys soccer program is hosting its annual Soccer School starting June 4.
    The Soccer School is for boys and girls ages 3-9.