Today's News

  • Softball team wins 3 games

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper junior varsity softball team picked up three big wins over the weekend.
    Los Alamos swept the Española Valley Sundevil JV in a doubleheader Friday in White Rock, then came back Saturday to rout McCurdy in Santa Cruz.
    Jordan Hammock threw a pair of shutouts for the Hilltoppers, blanking Española Valley 16-0 in game one and holding McCurdy scoreless in a 13-0 victory. Madeline Lockhart earned the win in game two against Española Valley, picking up a 16-10 decision.

  • Baylor wins title, goes 40-0

    DENVER (AP) — Brittney Griner’s place in women’s basketball history is secure.
    Blocking layups, snagging rebounds, hitting shots over two and three helpless defenders, she towered over the competition all season long to earn player of the year and outstanding player of the NCAA tournament honors.
    She was simply dominant in adding national champion to her resume on Tuesday night.
    Griner had 26 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks to lead Baylor to an 80-61 victory over Notre Dame in the NCAA women’s basketball championship, capping an unparalleled 40-0 season for the Lady Bears.

  • Isotopes open 10th season at Omaha

    ALBUQUERQUE — To start the 2012 season, the Albuquerque Isotopes will become very familiar with the Omaha Storm Chasers and the Iowa Cubs.

    But it might take awhile for the Isotopes to get familiar with one another.

    The Isotopes, Albuquerque’s Triple-A franchise, throw out their first pitch on the road Thursday at Omaha. After an eight-game road swing to open the season, they will be home April 13 for eight games against those same teams.

    This will be season No. 10 for the Isotopes since making their debut in 2003. Since that time, the Isotopes have had three managers and two parent clubs, including their current Major League Baseball franchise, the Los Angeles Dodgers.

  • Raw Video: Storm Aftermath in Lancaster, Texas

    In the Dallas suburb of Lancaster, some homes are in ruins, while others are still standing -- in the aftermath of tornadoes that appear to have bounced in and out of neighborhoods, destroying homes at random.

  • VIDEO: Today in History, Wednesday, April 4th
  • Raw Video: Tx. Driver Records Tornado

    Jeffery Haas was driving in Kennedale, Texas, south of Fort Worth, when he recorded video of an apparent tornado.

  • Raw Video: Texas Tornado's Destructive Path
  • Tornadoes rake Dallas area, more than a dozen hurt --Video Extra

    DALLAS (AP) — Tornadoes and violent storms raked through the Dallas area Tuesday, crumbling the wing of a nursing home, peeling roofs from dozens of homes and spiraling big-rig trailers into the air like footballs. More than a dozen injuries were reported.

    Overturned cars left streets unnavigable and flattened trucks clogged highway shoulders. Preliminary estimates were that six to 12 tornadoes had touched down in North Texas, senior National Weather Service meteorologist Eric Martello said. But firm numbers would only come after survey teams checked damage Wednesday, he said.

  • Be There 04-03-12

    The Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center will host a Spring Fling for all ages, from noon-4 p.m. through Friday. Family friendly movies will be shown at noon and 2 p.m. every day and either the giant island obstacle course or the bouncy house will be set up for any and all to play on from 1-3 p.m. Discount admission rates will be applied from noon-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. For more information, contact the Recreation Department at 662-8170 or visit losalamosnm.us/rec.

    The Los Alamos Arts Council presents Petra and the Jay, during the Brown Bag Series at noon at Fuller Lodge. Excerpts from the original sci-fi musical, book and lyrics by Cary Neeper; music by Alice B. Kellogg; directed by Alicia Solomon.

  • Thank You 04-03-12

    Thanks from Hadassah

    On behalf of the Los Alamos Chapter of Hadassah, I want to thank all the participants and the sponsors of our “Second Annual Run for Her Life to Fight Breast Cancer,” Hadassah’s second 5K and 10K races in Los Alamos, dedicated to raising awareness and funds to fight breast cancer.
    On a cold and windy Sunday morning (March 18), we had 100 participants who walked or ran along a scenic course in the Eastern Area, expertly designed by Ted Williams, president of the Atomic City Roadrunners.  Our efforts raised $4,000 and all the proceeds will go toward breast cancer research by Hadassah Hospital, the premier medical institution in the Middle East and discoverer of the breast cancer genes BRCA-1 and BRCA-2.