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Today's News

  • Einstein 'God Letter' Up for Auction
  • Power, phones down at Monitor offices

    Shortly after 1 p.m. Monday, Department of Public Utilities crews working to repair a water leak on DP Road inadvertently took down an electrical transformer knocking out power and phones to the Los Alamos Monitor offices.

    Crews at the scene could not give a firm time when power would be restored.

    Email is being monitored remotely in the interim, so if you have an urgent news or advertising situation please send that to info@lamonitor.com and it will be channeled to the appropriate party.

    Power was restored about 4 p.m. and business operations are scheduled to return to normal Tuesday morning.

  • Wedding Brawl Breaks Out at Philly Hotel
  • 10 things to know for Tuesday

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday (times in EDT):

    1. OBAMA REGROUPS AS ROMNEY GAINS NEW CONFIDENCE

    Both campaigns acknowledge the Republican's strong turn in last week's debate had an impact, but Democrats hope a get-out-the-vote program will turn the election in their favor.

    2. SANDUSKY SENTENCING SET FOR TUESDAY

    The ex-Penn State assistant coach and some of the victims he was convicted of molesting are expected to speak at the hearing.

    3. WHAT NASA HOPES TO LEARN FROM SKYDIVER'S JUMP

  • Today in History for October 8th
  • Finnish Team Wins Wife Carrying Contest

    A Finnish couple have won the 13th Annual North American Wife Carrying Championship in Maine. "Wife carrying" sees male competitors race each other while carrying a female team mate and, perhaps misleadingly, they do not have to be married.

  • CenturyLink, union fail to reach labor agreement

    DENVER (AP) — CenturyLink and the union representing 13,000 workers in 13 states in the West and Midwest have failed to reach a contract agreement, but have signed onto a day-to-day extension of the expired pact.

    The Communications Workers of America made the announcement after the existing labor contract expired at 11:59 p.m. Saturday. CWA spokesman Al Kogler said in a statement that negotiations will continue and workers will remain on the job during the extension.

    Kogler has said the union opposes a proposed increase in health care premiums and wants to bring more jobs back to the U.S. The union had authorized a strike in the event that a new deal couldn't be reached with the Monroe, La.-based telecommunications company.

    CenturyLink workers in Montana, who are negotiating a separate contract, also agreed to the extension

  • Northern New Mexico Skate Tour

    The Skateboard Bums crew in collaboration with VYCE community projects checks out a few parks across Northern New Mexico - Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Taos.
     

  • Northern New Mexico Skate Tour

    The Skateboard Bums crew in collaboration with VYCE community projects checks out a few parks across Northern New Mexico - Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Taos.
     

  • The AP top 25 college football poll 10-7-12

    The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 6, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: