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Today's News

  • School of Hard Knocks

    Campers taking part in the Hilltopper Youth Football Camp hit the hand-held shields and get instruction from the Los Alamos High School coaching staff during this week’s sessions. The camp concludes today.

  • LA Majors get knocked out

    The Los Alamos County Majors All-Stars were knocked out of the District 1 baseball tournament Wednesday night.
    Facing Pojoaque’s All-Stars in an elimination game at Lou Caveglia Field, Los Alamos struggled to get much offense going against Pojoaque’s hard throwing right-handed pitcher Nate Aguilar. Aguilar sparkled through five innings before reaching his Little League-mandated pitch count limit, giving up just one run.
    Pojoaque took advantage of Los Alamos’ struggles in the fourth inning, scoring four times to pick up a 6-3 victory and advance to the finals of the tournament.

  • Report: Penn St. Officials Concealed Abuse
  • More homes enter the foreclosure process in June

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Banks are increasingly placing homes with unpaid mortgages on a countdown that could deliver a swell of new foreclosed properties onto the market by early next year, potentially weighing further on home values.

    June provided the latest evidence of this trend, as the number of U.S. homes entering the foreclosure process for the first time increased on an annual basis for the second month in a row, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac Inc. said Thursday.

  • Today in History for July 12th
  • Rains create havoc in county

     State Road 501 between Los Alamos National Laboratory and State Road 4 was reopened this morning after radar indicated 1.5 inches of rain had fallen nearby.

    LAPD captain Randy Foster said police had to close West Jemez Road, Camp May Road and West Road because of the rains.

    Foster said West Jemez Road was closed for a couple of hours as crews removed large amounts of debris. Camp May Road had debris over it and West Road had a fair amount of flooding, Foster said.

    Resident Craig Martin said there was a minor flood in Pajarito Canyon.

    Los Alamos County Public Works reported that the storm resulted in about a foot of water flowing through LA Canyon and the Ice Rink parking lot.

  • FOMC: More Help for Economy May Be Needed

    Most Federal Reserve policymakers agreed last month that they might need to take more action to support growth if the U.S. economy loses momentum.

  • Flash Flood Warning Until 8 p.m.

    FLASH FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 800 PM MDT FOR EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN RIO ARRIBA... NORTHWESTERN SANTA FE... EAST CENTRAL SANDOVAL AND NORTHERN LOS ALAMOS COUNTIES...

    AT 524 PM MDT... NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO INDICATE A MODERATE RAIN CONTINUING OVER THE LAS CONCHAS BURN SCAR... BUT INTENSITY WAS TRENDING DOWN. HOWEVER... VERY HEAVY DOWNPOURS HAD OCCURRED OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE BURN SCAR AND RAPID RUNOFF AND FLASH FLOODING IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE.

    FLASH FLOODING OF STATE HIGHWAY 501 SOUTHWEST OF LOS ALAMOS IS EXPECTED WITH RADAR ESTIMATES OF ONE AND ONE HALF INCHES OVER THE PAST HOUR THERE.

    LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE... SANTA CLARA PUEBLO... ESPANOLA...

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

  • Wilson visits LA

    Heather Wilson, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate seat, was in town for a private fundraiser tonight. Wilson visited the Los Alamos Monitor offices before the fundraiser. Pick up Sunday's Los Alamos Monitor to read about Wilson's thoughts on the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

  • Two Workers Rescued High Above Manhattan

    New York City firefighters rescued two workers who were stuck outside a Manhattan high-rise, dozens of floors above street level. The two were hospitalized in stable condition.