Today's News

  • VIDEO: Fukushima Residents Deal With Radiation Exposure
  • Historic, unique Manhattan Project footage from Los Alamos

    In 1943, the top scientists from the United States and other nations gathered in Los Alamos, NM for the Manhattan Project. Among them was physicist Hugh Bradner. With informal permission from the U.S. Army, he shot a collection of home movies of life in a place that officially didn't exist, and of people working on a project that ultimately changed history. His footage represents the only look at life in the Los Alamos area during that time. To read the story behind this footage, click here.

  • Dashcam Video of Ohio Wrong-way Driver Released

    On Wednesday, Ohio State Troopers released dashcam video of a trooper in pursuit of a wrong-way driver just seconds before a deadly crash that killed four people, including the driver.

  • Raw Video: 3 Shot Outside Oklahoma Courthouse

    A sheriff's deputy and two other people were wounded Wednesday afternoon during an exchange of gunfire outside a courthouse plaza in Tulsa, police said. No names were immediately released.

  • Regional Coalition wraps up high-level meetings in D.C.

     The newly formed Regional Coalition of LANL Communities (Coalition) along with representatives of the State of New Mexico, the San Ildefonso Pueblo, and Southern New Mexico communities, made the trip to Washington this week and expressed strong support for increased cleanup funding at the Los Alamos National Laboratory during a series of meetings.

  • VIDEO: Apple Unveils New IPad With Sharper Screen

    Apple has unveiled a new iPad model. New features include a sharper screen and a faster processor.(

  • DECA students place at state competition

    Last week, Los Alamos High School DECA members traveled to Albuquerque to compete at the DECA State Competition.
    Formerly known as Distributive Education Club of America, DECA is now “an Association of Marketing Students” and prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance and hospitality.
    Students are given the opportunity to gain work experience through Los Alamos High School’s DECA Store, operated out of D-wing (formerly P-wing),  as well as work experience. DECA gives students the potential for travel, recognition and awards for learning classroom content — not to mention the scholarships and cash awards for outstanding achievement.

  • Historical Museum unveils new exhibit

    The Los Alamos Historical Museum celebrates Women’s History Month with a new traveling exhibit, “Inspired Excellence: The Story of Marie Sklokowska Curie and Lise Meitner.” The exhibit, on loan from the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, includes stories about the women’s lives, as well as hands-on displays. It will be in the museum through March 30.
    This exhibit reveals how two women endured challenges during an era when women were not welcome in the field of scientific discovery. Despite a lack of financial support, unsophisticated academic facilities and little recognition of their endeavors, they persevered and triumphed.

  • Be There 03-07-12

    The Sierra Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting rooms of Mesa Public Library. Environmental remediation at Los Alamos National Laboratory will be discussed. What is the current status of Solid Waste Management Units, the clean-up status of Technical Area 21 and the groundwater monitoring network? Edwin Worth will give an update on those issues, while Lee Bishop focuses on the Transuranic Waste Campaign and LANL’s efforts to accommodate Gov. Susana Martinez’s priorities.


  • Token of appreciation

    Jason Lott, superintendent of the Bandelier National Monument presented the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Board of Directors with a token of appreciation during the group’s regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon. Lott gave the board the retro-style Bandelier promotional poster as a thank you for the chamber’s support as the national monument worked to re-open following the Las Conchas wildfire last summer.