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Saturday's rain aided firefighting efforts and kept a fire 10 miles west of Los Alamos from growing. [Read More]
An independent panel that monitors federal nuclear installations around the United States has documented more safety issues at Los Alamos National Laboratory's plutonium facility... [Read More]
The 1941 stretch limousine that carried Robert Oppenheimer to the Trinity Test site during the era of the Manhattan Project will be one of the... [Read More]
A wildfire is burning about 10 miles away from Los Alamos. [Read More]
The strong start to the long course season continued for the Los Alamos Aquatomics at the Cactus Classic in Scottsdale, Arizona, as many swimmers came... [Read More]
Los Alamos National Laboratory has deployed a system to counter all unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems over its restricted airspace and an additional Federal Aviation Administration-designated... [Read More]
 The National Weather Service is advising Los Alamos County to be on alert for intermittent hail and thunderstorms between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. tonight.... [Read More]
A federal judge's June 7 decision to side with South Carolina in blocking the Department of Energy's plans for the Savannah River Site should not... [Read More]
Los Alamos County Councilors appointed veteran councilor and active community member Morris "Morrie" Pongratz to fill a vacant council seat Monday. [Read More]
Organizers of the first Los Alamos Pride Festival want their event to reflect the same belief of their community, the ideal that Los Alamos is... [Read More]
The Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers traveled to Galveston, Texas during the weekend of May 18 to compete in the Xcel Region 3 USA Gymnastics championships.... [Read More]
Connor Mang of Los Alamos was certainly the brightest of bright spots among UNM baseball's freshman class. This week, he was officially recognized as such,... [Read More]
Los Alamos National Laboratory says it now has the ability to disable drones flying over its restricted airspace. [Read More]
Los Alamos National Laboratory want people to know that they can't fly their drones over the facility. [Read More]
Thank you to community for Dog Jog success Dear Editor, Perfect weather and sunny skies greeted the runners and walkers and their eager... [Read More]
One of the country's premier nuclear weapons labs now has the capability to disable drones or any other unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems flying over its... [Read More]
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