- 1 person dies in plane crash in Los Alamos Updated: Dec-08-13 3:50 pm
- Los Alamos officer charged with illegal hunting Updated: Dec-06-13 7:51 am
- Lawyer: Former nuke lab scientist may change plea Updated: Dec-04-13 3:40 pm
- Los Alamos Lab launches podcast series Updated: Nov-30-13 11:08 am
- GAO urges tighter controls on 'work for others' at national... Updated: Nov-29-13 2:48 pm
- Los Alamos working to create national park Updated: Nov-29-13 2:17 pm
- Nuke lab works on liquids scanner for airport use Updated: Nov-28-13 1:59 pm
- Forest Christmas tree permits available Nov. 25 Updated: Nov-22-13 7:43 am
- WIPP nuke storage site could operate till 2055 Updated: Nov-13-13 3:02 pm
LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico - A plane crashed Sunday morning in a canyon about a mile south of the Los Alamos Airport.
LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico - Los Alamos Police Commander Preston Ballew is in trouble with the law.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - A defense lawyer says a former Los Alamos National Laboratory nuclear physicist who admitted communicating classified nuclear weapons data may try to withdraw his guilty plea.
LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico - Los Alamos National Laboratory is launching a new series of podcasts and webinars in an effort to reach a broader audience.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The U.S. Department of Energy's "work for others" program allows the scientific expertise and one-of-a-kind research facilities at DOE's national labs - including Oak Ridge National Laboratory - to be shared with other federal agencies and some commercial entities.
LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico - Tucked away in one of northern New Mexico's pristine mountain canyons is an old log cabin that was the birthplace not of a famous person, but a top-secret mission that forever changed the world.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory are working to perfect a technology that could eliminate the need for travelers to toss their liquids when they go through airport security.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Permits go on sale next week for cutting Christmas trees in the Santa Fe National Force in northern New Mexico.
CARLSBAD, New Mexico - Officials at a nuclear waste repository near Carlsbad say the facility could continue accepting shipments through 2055 because the nation's need for contaminated materials storage will surpass its planned 2030 shutdown date.