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Today's News

  • North Korea plans to launch long-range rocket

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea announced plans Friday to blast a satellite into space on the back of a long-range rocket, a surprise move that could jeopardize a weeks-old agreement with the U.S. exchanging food aid for nuclear concessions.

  • Fact check on the campaign trail

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Rick Santorum says oil drillers in the Gulf of Mexico are being slammed by "worse and worse and worse" delays in getting federal approval even as gas prices go through the roof. Actually, the wait for permits is getting better and better. Newt Gingrich boasts that small donors are powering his Republican presidential campaign. In reality, one deep-pocketed financial angel and other big money people have been doing loads of heavy lifting, too.

  • VIDEO: Today in History for Friday, March 16th
  • Raw Video: Tornado Moves Through Michigan

    Several houses were damaged and at least two destroyed in one southeastern Michigan community after a tornado touched down Thursday. A heavy storm system of rain, hail and high winds that swept through Dexter.

  • New Mexico holds off Long Beach State 75-68

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The expectation back in New Mexico is that this will finally be the year the Lobos get past the first weekend of the NCAA tournament.

    They barely got out of the second round Thursday.

    Kendall Williams scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and bottled up Long Beach State star Casper Ware defensively as fifth-seeded New Mexico held off the 49ers for a 75-68 win in the West Regional.

    Drew Gordon added 18 points and 13 rebounds, but New Mexico's punishing forward was mostly a complement to Williams in the second half. The sophomore went 6 of 11 from the field, hitting a pair of important 3-pointers. The Lobos (28-6) then made their free throws in the final minute to close it out.

  • New Mexico holds off Long Beach State 75-68

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The expectation back in New Mexico is that this will finally be the year the Lobos get past the first weekend of the NCAA tournament.

    They barely got out of the second round Thursday.

    Kendall Williams scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and bottled up Long Beach State star Casper Ware defensively as fifth-seeded New Mexico held off the 49ers for a 75-68 win in the West Regional.

    Drew Gordon added 18 points and 13 rebounds, but New Mexico's punishing forward was mostly a complement to Williams in the second half. The sophomore went 6 of 11 from the field, hitting a pair of important 3-pointers. The Lobos (28-6) then made their free throws in the final minute to close it out.

  • VIDEO: Rejected Male Flies Turn to Alcohol
  • Four-year LAHS seniors lend a hand in Mexico

    Imagine getting a week of vacation, only to spend it working harder and putting in more hours than you normally do each day.
    Also imagine if that week didn’t include sleeping in a bed, taking a real shower and having access to electronics, family and your usual group of friends.
    Welcome to the United Church of Los Alamos’ Mexico Mission 2012.
    During spring break, more than 50 folks will depart for the week described above, but also one that will change the lives of three families forever.
    The 27th annual trip will be the fourth for two of their “four-year seniors.”

  • It’s time to fill those empty bowls

    Residents can have a warm meal and help a cause at the same time on Saturday. The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, to benefit Self Help, Inc. will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Betty Ehart Senior Center.
    KRSN AM 1490 owner Gillian Sutton enters her third year of coordinating the program to benefit the community and the region.

  • Community forum addresses budget cuts

    Terry Wallace, the principal associate director for global security at LANL, was the keynote speaker Wednesday night at Duane Smith Auditorium. It was the third community forum this week to discuss the volunteer separation programs at the lab.