Today's News

  • 4 dead in apparent murder-suicide in SE Ohio

    LOGAN, Ohio (AP) — A family dispute ended when a man caring for his terminally ill wife apparently shot and killed her two sisters and his son before fatally shooting himself, authorities said.

    A cousin said the man was upset that the relatives were keeping him from spending time alone with his cancer-stricken wife, who was not shot.

    Deputies who stormed the home around 9 p.m. Monday found the man dead on the front porch and the three other bodies on the living room floor, Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North said.

  • VIDEO: Toddler Unfazed By Lion Encounter

    Nerves of steel and safety glass are what you need when face to face with a lion and three year old Sophia Walker benefited from both during a close encounter with one of the Wellington Zoo's lions.

  • Obama's Chief of Staff Resigns
  • VIDEO: Obama's Chief of Staff Resigns

    William Daley is resigning as President Barack Obama's chief of staff just one year into the one of the most pivotal jobs in U.S. Politics. Daley is to be replaced by Jacob Lew, now the White House budget director.

  • FDA: Novartis Recall May Also Affect Painkillers

    The Food and Drug Administration is warning patients that about a potential mix-up between powerful prescription pain drugs and common over-the-counter medications like Excedrin and Gas-X made at a Novartis manufacturing plant.

  • VIDEO: Tebow, Broncos Stun Steelers in OT

    Tim Tebow found Demaryius Thomas on an 80-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage in overtime, as Denver stunned Pittsburgh 29-23 Sunday in an AFC wild-card game. Tebow passed for 316 yards on only ten completions.

  • Raw Video: Bungee Cord Snaps, Woman Survives

    An Australian tourist had a miraculous escape when her bungee cord snapped during a jump in Zimbabwe.

  • Keep an Eye on the Storm: Weather In Motion

    Keep an eye on the track of the approaching winter weather... Weather In Motion gives you a look at the next six hours. Click here to see what's coming.

  • Mortensen Wins Spirit of the West Award

    A community gathering Saturday night recognized people of all ages and backgrounds for good deeds done for others in a myriad of areas.

    The third annual Community Assets Awards, sponsored by the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board and the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce recognized 45 individuals, couples and businesses at a soiree hosted by the Best Western Hilltop Hotel.

    The top honor of the night went to Gene Mortensen who has donated thousands of hours over a 30— year period to a variety of organizations throughout the community.

  • Sports Update 01-08-12

    Youth lacrosse league starting up in LA

    Registrations for the new Los Alamos Youth Lacrosse program will be accepted at a sign-up session Tuesday.
    The session will be at Time Out Pizza in White Rock. It is scheduled from 6:30-8 p.m.
    The lacrosse program is for high-school aged boys and girls and for youth league players in grades 4-8.
    Registration is $85 per player. The season will run from March-May. Rental equipment may also be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    Volunteers are also being sought to assist with coaching.
    For more information, visit www.laylax.org on the Internet.

    Racquetball league starts in February