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Today's News

  • Travel Advisory for Northern NM Roads

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — State road crews are out plowing, salting, sanding and putting down cinders on state highways in northern New Mexico because of snow packed and icy roads.

    The New Mexico Department of Transportation reports difficult driving conditions on Interstate 25 from Wagon Mound to Raton Pass and on U.S. 64/87 from Raton to 5.6 miles west of Capulin.


     

  • NM Supreme Court to hear redistricting dispute

    SANTA FE— A political dispute over legislative redistricting is going before New Mexico’s highest court.
    The state Supreme Court is to hear arguments from lawyers Tuesday afternoon in a challenge to new districts for the state House of Representatives.

    The Legislature and a group of Democrats and minority voters are asking the Supreme Court to overturn a redistricting map approved last month by state District Court Judge James Hall.

    Legislative lawyers want the justices to order a redistricting proposal passed by the Legislature last year but vetoed by Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.

  • Raw Video: Marines Practice Amphibious Assaults

    Thousands of U.S. Marines are taking part in amphibious training exercises in Virginia and North Carolina. The exercises resemble the beach assaults conducted by U.S. Forces during World War II.

  • NM regulators repeal carbon cap and trade rules

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's participation in a regional cap and trade program aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions became more unlikely Monday with a unanimous vote by state regulators.

    The decision by the Environmental Improvement Board to repeal the cap and trade rules came in response to petitions filed by New Mexico's largest electric utilities, oil and gas developers and others who feared the rules would push businesses and jobs to neighboring states.

    Gov. Susana Martinez, a critic of regulating carbon emissions at the state level, was pleased with the board's decision, spokesman Scott Darnell said.

  • Raw Video: NY Fans Celebrate Super Bowl

    Fans in New York celebrate after the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl Sunday Evening.

  • Giants beat Patriots 21-17 to win the Super Bowl

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Take that, Brady. You too, Peyton.

    Eli Manning is the big man in the NFL after one-upping Tom Brady and leading the New York Giants to a 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots in Sunday's Super Bowl — in older brother Peyton's house, at that.

    Just as Manning did four years ago when the Giants ruined New England's perfect season, he guided them 88 yards to the decisive touchdown, which the Patriots didn't contest as Ahmad Bradshaw ran 6 yards with 57 seconds left.

    Patriots coach Bill Belichick reasoned the Giants would run the clock down and kick a short field goal, so he gambled by allowing the six points.

    The gamble failed.

  • Blast Kills Husband of Missing Utah Mom, 2 Boys

    Authorities in Washington state say they think Josh Powell, the husband of a Utah woman who's been missing for two years deliberately, set off a house explosion today that killed him and his two young sons on Sunday.

  • Rodgers Wins AP MVP at 'NFL Honors'

    'NFL Honors,' a primetime special on NBC, presented the AP's NFL awards in Indianapolis Saturday night. Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers took home the 2011 Associated Press Most Valuable Player award.

  • Sports Schedule Feb. 6-11

    Tuesday

    Boys basketball: Los Alamos at Santa Fe, C team, 4 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m.

    Wednesday
    Girls basketball: Santa Fe at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m.

    Thursday
    Boys basketball: LAMS at St. Michael’s, seventh grade, 4 p.m.; eighth grade, 5 p.m.

    Friday
    Tennis: Los Alamos at El Paso Americas Invite, boys and girls, TBA.

    Boys basketball: Española Valley at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m.

    Diving: District 1 Meet, 5 p.m.

    Saturday

    Tennis: Los Alamos at El Paso Americas Invite, boys and girls, TBA.

  • Front four for Giants could play a big role

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Defense for the New York Giants starts with the front four.
    Stopping the run and forcing the opposition into passing situations will let loose possibly the best group of pass rushers in the NFL. It was the formula the Giants used in 2008 in pounding Tom Brady and stunning the previously unbeaten New England Patriots in the Super Bowl — and the game plan hasn’t changed for next weekend’s title game rematch in Indianapolis.
    The Giants (12-7) want Brady on edge every time he passes. Throw a ball. Expect to be hit. Even the threat of being hit might be enough to influence a play. And that just might be the difference.