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Today's News

  • Turning it Around

    Katya Skurikhin performs a one and a half jump turn during her gold medal floor exercise at the NAWGJ meet March 3. Skurikhin won the Level 7 all-around championship for Los Alamos School of Gymnastics, taking first place in vault, uneven parallel bars and in floor exercises

  • No. 2 singles, doubles girls advance to final

    Los Alamos’ No. 2 singles player Laura Whicker and its No. 2 doubles team of Bridget Daughton/Jing Xie advanced to the championship round of Saturday’s Los Alamos Invitational tennis tournament.
    The tournament was held at Capital High School in Santa Fe.
    The tournament included teams from Cleveland, Hope Christian, Taos and defending Class 4A champion Farmington, as well as most of the teams from District 2-4A.
    The Hilltoppers were playing Saturday’s tournament without most of their top players.

  • Girls track results from Saturday's invite

    Here are the Los Alamos girls track and field team’s results from Saturday’s Albuquerque Public Schools Invitational:

    Team scores
    1. Cleveland, 116; 2. La Cueva, 111; 3. Los Alamos, 74; 4. Eldorado, 73; 5. Cibola, 37; 6. Sandia Prep, 16; 7. Albuquerque Academy, 11; 8. Bosque School, 8; (tie) West Mesa, 8.

    3200 meters
    5. Miranda Barraza, 12:23.72; 6. Liz Turner, 12:25.75; Amanda Mercer, 12:46.26.

    400 relay
    3. Los Alamos (Laura Wendelberger, Amy Neal, Morgan Schake, Chase Ealey), 50.64.

    100 hurdles
    3. Laura Wendelberger, 16.49; Chelsea Chalacombe, 18.64; Hallie Thayer, 20.76.

    1600 meters

  • Friends recall Micah True: passionate and playful

    ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — Up mountainsides, through deserts and the wildest of rugged terrain, there was little that could break the serenity or solitude of Micah True as he ran. Only, perhaps, the pounding beat of his heart or the rhythm of his feet as they hit the trail, mile after mile after mile.

    For True, running — the pure act of traveling relentlessly long distances — was a passion that needed no justification. To those who knew him well, it also brought forth an intense playfulness in the 58-year-old ultra-marathon runner.

  • Kentucky beats Kansas for NCAA title

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Before his confetti-flecked suit gets back from the cleaners, John Calipari will be on the road.

    Such is life for a coach who recruits all that NBA-ready talent — especially when those players get in the habit of bringing championships back to their ol' Kentucky home.

    Cal's latest group of one-and-doners doesn't have much left to prove at this level. Despite a rough shooting night by the best of Kentucky's talented freshmen, Anthony Davis, the Wildcats defeated Kansas 67-59 on Monday night to win their eighth national title, and first since 1998.

  • LAHS fares well at regional Robotics competition

    Team 4143 from Los Alamos High School recently traveled to the regional portion for the FIRST Robotics Competition in Salt Lake. The Team, named Project Y after the government name for Los Alamos during the Manhattan project, came home with high honors. The team and their hoop shooting robot made it through the quarter finals and on to the semi finals, where they weren't eliminated until the final round. They finished 14thout of 44, an amazing showing for a brand new team. The team and their robot garnered a number of prestigious awards at the competition as well.

  • James Murdoch steps down as BSkyB chairman

    LONDON (AP) — Media executive James Murdoch, under pressure over his role in Britain's tabloid phone hacking scandal, has stepped down as chairman of British Sky Broadcasting PLC, the company announced Tuesday.

    BSkyB said he would be replaced as chairman by Nicholas Ferguson, the previous deputy chairman. Murdoch remains a member of the BSkyB board.

  • Police: Calif. attack suspect upset about teasing

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A former student expelled from a small Christian university and upset about being teased over his poor English skills went to the school to find a female administrator, then opened fire when she was not there, killing at least seven people, police said Tuesday.

    One L. Goh "then went through the entire building systematically and randomly shooting victims," Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said at a news conference. Goh forced a secretary into a classroom and asked people to line up, Jordan said.

  • Difficult road conditions on northern NM roads

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The state transportation department reports difficult driving conditions on some northern New Mexico roads Tuesday.

    Road crews are plowing Interstate 25 from Rowe to Tecolote. The passing lane has accumulation.

    U.S. 64/87 is closed from Raton to Clayton because of zero visibility due to blowing snow.

    And there are difficult driving conditions reporting on New Mexico 104 from Las Vegas to Trujillo where it's snowing moderately.

  • VIDEO: Today in History, Tuesday, April 3