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Today's News

  • Football: Tickets to rally at Lambeau sell out

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Giddy fans reveling in the Green Bay Packers’ fourth Super Bowl title bought out all 50,000 seats to Tuesday’s celebration at Lambeau Field in a matter of hours, despite forecasts that call for frigid conditions.
    Tickets to the “Return to Titletown” event went on sale Monday morning for $5 each and were sold out by that evening, team spokesman Aaron Popkey said. Tickets were selling on the online ticket sales site StubHub on Tuesday for as much as $140.

  • Government: No electronic flaws in Toyotas

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration's investigation into Toyota safety problems has found no electronic flaws to account for reports of sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems. Government investigators said Tuesday the only known cause of the problems are mechanical defects that have been addressed by previous recalls.

  • Freed young leader energizes Egyptian protests

    CAIRO (AP) — A young leader of Egypt's anti-government protesters, newly released from detention, joined a massive crowd in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time Tuesday and was greeted with cheers, whistling and thunderous applause when he declared: "We will not abandon our demand and that is the departure of the regime."

  • Gas company apologizes for outage

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gas Company executives say they're sorry.

    The utility's top officials held a news conference Tuesday in Albuquerque with an update on efforts to restore service in Taos and Espanola. Company president Annette Gardiner says when the gas company said it expected to have service restored by Sunday, officials thought at the time it was "an attainable goal."

  • Van Halen's guitar given to Smithsonian museum

    WASHINGTON (AP) — One of Eddie Van Halen's guitars will have a home at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

    The museum announced Monday that it has acquired the "Frank 2" guitar that Van Halen used during his 2007-2008 North American tour with original lead singer David Lee Roth.

  • Obama to call for $53 billion for high-speed rail

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is calling for a six-year, $53 billion investment in high-speed rail, as he seeks to use infrastructure spending to jumpstart job creation.

  • Foreclosures raise US economic stress

    The nation's economic stress inched up in December because higher foreclosures outweighed lower unemployment, according to The Associated Press' monthly analysis.

    Bankruptcy levels remained largely unchanged from November. But the depressed housing market took a toll. Foreclosure rates rose in 33 states, most sharply in Utah, New Jersey, Nevada and Arizona.

  • Govt to release findings of Toyota investigation

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is poised to announce the results of a 10-month investigation into whether faulty electronics played a role in Toyota vehicles' sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems.

    The Transportation Department said it would issue on Tuesday the findings of its study, which has examined whether electronics or electromagnetic interference played a factor in the Japanese automaker's safety recalls.

  • Egypt: Mubarak forms reform committees

    CAIRO (AP) — President Hosni Mubarak set up a committee Tuesday to recommend constitutional amendments to relax presidential eligibility rules and impose term limits — seeking to meet longtime popular demands as a standoff with protesters seeking his ouster enters its third week.

    Mubarak's decrees were announced on state television by Vice President Omar Suleiman, who also said that Mubarak will set up a separate committee to monitor the implementation of all proposed reforms. The two committees will start working immediately, he said.

  • Natural gas service restoration work completed

    New Mexico Gas Company has posted the following message on the company's website:

     

    Service has now been restored for our customers in all areas affected by the extreme winter storm, including the southern, metro and northern areas. If you are still without gas, or if you have gas but New Mexico Gas Company did not turn on your service, please call us at 1-888-664-2726 so we can revisit your property to connect your service and perform safety checks.