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Today's News

  • Sandia mourns death of former executive

  • American woman released from prison in Iran arrives in US

    NEW YORK (AP) — A spokeswoman says an American woman who was held in Iran for more than 13 months has returned to the United States.

    Spokeswoman Samantha Topping says Sarah Shourd arrived in the country Sunday morning. She wouldn't specify where but says Shourd is on her way to New York for a news conference later Sunday.

    Shourd, her fiance and another man were detained in July 2009 along the Iran-Iraq border. Iran has accused them of spying. Their families say they were hiking, and if they crossed the border, they did so accidentally.

  • Sheriff's search for 13 members of LA-area 'cult'

    PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say five adults and eight children from a "cult-like" group in Southern California have been reported missing by their families.

    Los Angeles County Sheriff's captain Mike Parker says the group from the Palmdale area disappeared Saturday and left behind evidence that they were awaiting the rapture or some catastrophic event.

  • Football: LA topped by Bloomfield, 19-15

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper football team lost for the second straight week in the Four Corners area Friday night.
    The Bloomfield Bobcats came back from a late fourth quarter deficit to defeat the Hilltoppers 19-15 at Bloomfield.

  • Schedule Sept. 20-25

    Monday
    Golf: Los Alamos Invitational, boys and girls varsity, 9 a.m.

    Football: St. Pius X at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.

    Girls soccer: Taos at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.

    Boys soccer: Hope Christian at Los Alamos, JV, 4 p.m.

    Tuesday
    Girls soccer: Los Alamos at Bernalillo, varsity, 4 p.m.; Santa Fe at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.

    Boys soccer: Los Alamos at Bernalillo, varsity, 6 p.m.; Santa Fe at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.

  • Girls soccer: LA thumped on road by Academy, 5-1

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls soccer team was again routed Friday, but this time by a team it really wanted to beat.
    The Hilltoppers fell on the road Friday to the top-ranked Albuquerque Academy Chargers. The Chargers ran away with the big Class AAAA contest, 5-1.
    This was the first time in three seasons the Chargers scored a victory over the Hilltoppers during the regular season, although, the Chargers bounced back in each of the previous two seasons to top the Hilltoppers in the state championship game.

  • Cross country: LA boys take 3rd at Liberty Bell meet

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys cross country team had one of the top finishes of the Division 1 race Friday at the Liberty Bell Invitational in Littleton, Colo.
    The Hilltoppers finished third at the Liberty Bell meet, hosted by Heritage High School in Littleton. Paced by Daniel Roybal’s top-20 finish, the Hilltoppers nipped Smoky Hill, Colo., for third place in the race, 184-185.

  • Boys soccer: LA can’t hold on to late 2-goal lead

    The math is pretty simple: 78 minutes does not equal 80 minutes.
    Unfortunately for the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys soccer team, it had to learn that lesson in just about the hardest way possible Friday.
    In a big Class AAAA contest at Sullivan Field Friday afternoon, the Hilltoppers held what looked like a commanding 2-0 lead with just a little over two minutes left in regulation – not counting stoppage time – against one of biggest rivals, Albuquerque Academy.

  • Former Los Alamos scientist and wife indicted for allegedly providing nuke info to Venezuelan government

     

    A former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and his wife were indicted Friday on charges of providing classified nuclear weapons information to a Venezuelan government official.

    The pair, Pedro    Mascheroni, 75, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Argentina, and Marjorie Roxby Mascheroni, 67, a U.S. citizen was also charged with conspiring to participate in the development of an atomic weapon for Venezuela.

  • Former Los Alamos scientist and wife indicted for allegedly providing nuke info to Venezuelan government

    A former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and his wife were indicted Friday on charges of providing classified nuclear weapons information to a Venezuelan government official.

    The pair, Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni, 75, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Argentina, and Marjorie Roxby Mascheroni, 67, a U.S. citizen was also charged with conspiring to participate in the development of an atomic weapon for Venezuela.

    The 22-count indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in the District of New Mexico.