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Today's News

  • Crash between car, ambulance kills 1 south of SF

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Santa Fe police say one woman is dead in a crash involving an ambulance and a car on Interstate 25 south of Santa Fe, and two others are hospitalized.

    Police Chief Aric Wheeler says a driver was headed the wrong way on the interstate and crashed head-on into the ambulance about 2:30 Tuesday morning.

    Police say one of the two women in the car was killed.

    No names have been released.

    Police shut down the northbound lanes of the interstate in the area.


     

  • Black segregation in US drops to lowest in century

    WASHINGTON (AP) — America's neighborhoods became more integrated last year than during any time in at least a century, says a broad array of census data released Tuesday on the impact of race and economics.

  • Protests erupt as Italian PM Berlusconi wins vote

    ROME (AP) — Premier Silvio Berlusconi won back-to-back confidence votes Tuesday in the Italian parliament, narrowly surviving one of the toughest fights of his political life. But violent protests greeted his victory, as rioters torched cars, smashed windows and clashed with police.

  • Football: Ravens beat Texans in overtime, 34-28

    HOUSTON (AP) — Joe Flacco was clicking, the defense was dominating and even the special teams scored a touchdown.

    The Baltimore Ravens seemed to be rolling to an easy victory in Houston on Monday night, then nearly let it all slip away.

    Luckily for the Ravens, the Texans are inept at finishing games.

  • Bone-chilling cold plods into Northeast

    CLEVELAND (AP) — A storm that plagued the Midwest for days plodded into the Northeast on Tuesday, dropping heavy snow along already-buried lakeside areas and giving much of the region its first real taste of winter.

  • Stocks move higher on stronger retail sales report

    NEW YORK (AP) — An upbeat report on retail sales is giving stocks a boost.

    All three major indexes moved higher Tuesday after the Commerce Department reported that retail sales rose for the fifth straight month in November. The biggest jump in department store sales in two years gave the holiday shopping season a strong start. Total retail sales increased 0.8 percent in November following a 1.7 percent gain in October.

  • FIRE DAMAGES ICONIC HILL DINER

    A fire erupted in the kitchen at Hill Diner Monday evening. Manager Leanne Nichols knew that crewmembers from Fire Station 6 were eating in the restaurant at the time and rushed to their table for help as the fire grew out of control.
    “She realized that our kitchen fire extinguisher wasn’t stopping the fire and remembered that we had firefighters eating in the dining room,” owner Denise Lane said during an interview at the restaurant this morning.

  • COUNCIL TERMINATES ADMINISTRATOR... Video and investigative report added

    The Los Alamos County Council terminated County Administrator Tony Mortillaro Tuesday night. The council voted 5-2 to fire Mortillaro with councilors Mike Wheeler and Nona Bowman voting against the firing.

  • Judge in Va. strikes down federal health care law

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The federal judge who struck down the very centerpiece of the Obama administration's health care law Monday is a George W. Bush appointee who earned the nickname "Hang 'Em High Henry" for his tough-on-crime stand as a prosecutor and on the bench.

    Among those who have felt U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson's wrath is NFL star Michael Vick, who in 2007 received a nearly two-year sentence — and a dressing-down — for running a dogfighting ring.

  • Obama-GOP tax bill clears Senate hurdle with ease

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Far-reaching legislation to avert a Jan. 1 income-tax increase for millions won overwhelming support in a Senate test vote on Monday, propelled by an uneasy and unusual alliance between the White House and lawmakers in both parties.

    Eager to trumpet the 85-13 vote, President Barack Obama said even before it was announced it proved "that both parties can in fact work together to grow our economy and look out for the American people."