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Today's News

  • Glowing partnership for LA, Sandia

    Partnering with Los Alamos National Laboratory, an Albuquerque-based company is seeking to transform the way protein and peptide analysis is conducted around the world.

  • Henderson supports families, LANL

    Council candidate Kristin Henderson wants to give a voice to citizens who do not have the time to advocate for themselves. 

    “I’ve felt for a long time that there’s a large group of people in town who don’t really feel represented on the council, in particular families, but not exclusively families,” Henderson said. 

    Henderson is currently a real estate agent for Re/Max who has worked with tech startups and she is also a lawyer. 

    Her concern for the issues facing young families developed during four years as a “stay-at-home mom,” when she had to face certain realities such as a lack of retail outlets. 

  • Ex-official stands by safe sex message

    The state Health Department’s former Chief Medical Officer and Los Alamos resident Dr. Erin Bouquin said she received an email from the Department Secretary, Catherine Torres, approximately 30 minutes after a segment aired May 17 on KOAT television with her speaking about sexuality trends among teenagers. During the report, she stated that condoms are an effective preventer of sexually transmitted infections.

    “I was basically asked to resign,” Bouquin said.

  • Sherry Robinson: Get off your laurels

        Maybe the recession is loosening its grip. We’re starting to see some new economic development prizes around the state.

  • Letter to the editor 5-29-12

    Why is a small special interest group afraid of the voters?

  • Honoring the fallen on Memorial Day

     It was a day of solemn reflection for those who attended the Memorial Day ceremony at Guaje Pines Cemetery Monday. Hosted by the Los Alamos Elk’s Lodge, the ceremony was called “Remembering All Who Have Fallen.”

    The keynote speaker was James Hay, who is on the Governor’s Commission on Disability for the State of New Mexico. The state and county proclamations were given by Steve Stoddard and Fran Berting.

  • Witness Describes Fla. Face-chewing Attack

    Authorities in Miami are looking for more witnesses after a police officer fatally shot a naked man who refused to stop chewing on the face of another naked man on a busy downtown highway ramp. Larry Vega witnessed the savage attack Saturday.

  • Gila wildfire now covers 300 square miles--Video Extra

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A massive wildfire in the New Mexico wilderness that already is the state's largest blaze ever has grown to nearly 300 square miles as it spreads in all directions, and experts say conditions are ripe this season for similar massive blazes across the West.

  • 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.