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Today's News

  • Something’s gotta give

    By Barry Wilner
    AP Pro Football Writer

    NEW ORLEANS — The San Francisco 49ers never have tasted defeat in a Super Bowl, going 5-0. It’s the most impressive mark for any franchise in the big game.

    Baltimore also is undefeated, with the Ravens winning their only appearance, in 2001.
    Someone will have the Super Bowl blahs for the first time after Sunday’s title game in the Superdome.

  • Rocky ride of Ray Lewis comes to an end Sunday

    By Tim Dahlberg
    AP Sports Columnist

    NEW ORLEANS — A lot of this Super Bowl was going to be about Ray Lewis anyway, even before strange tales of deer-antler spray and magic hologram chips came to light. He made sure of it by starting his retirement tour early, and bringing along the dances and inspirational speeches that TV cameras eat up.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Feb. 1, 2013

    Friday
    Baseball
    • LCC at Cisco College (DH), noon, Cisco, Texas
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men at Colorado State-Pueblo, 5:30 and 7:30 p.m., Pueblo, Colo.
    • Robertson girls (A,B,C) vs. Sandia Prep, 4 p.m., Memorial Middle School gym
    • West Las Vegas boys (A,B,C) at Pojoaque Valley, 4 p.m., Jacona
    • Memorial Middle School boys at Los Alamos, TBA, Los Alamos
    Boxing
    • Johnny Tapia Presents card featuring Amanda Crespin vs. Brenda Gonzales, TBA, Crowne Plaza, Albuquerque

  • Lobos win in Laramie

    The University of New Mexico’s Aussie connection paid dividends Wednesday.

    Australian post Cameron Bairstow scored 17 points and guard Hugh Greenwood had 13 to lead the Lobo men’s basketball team past Wyoming 62-59. The Lobos are 18-3 overall and 5-1 to lead the Mountain West.

    It was the third loss in a row for the Cowboys, whose resumé includes an upset over San Diego State.

    UNM hosts Nevada at 6 p.m. Saturday.
     

  • Man killed in stabbing

    One man is dead and another is recovering after he was stabbed in the neck, stomach and chest over the weekend.

    A court document identifies the man who was killed as Toby J. Armenta. Armenta’s death marks the city’s first homicide of the year.

    Two people are behind bars over the incident.

  • Promoting Literacy
  • City hopes to reopen skating pond

    The Montezuma Skating Pond will soon be resurrected if City Councilor Joey Herrera has his way

    The picturesque skating pond was a popular attraction for area residents, and its proponents say it also helped stimulate the economy for years by drawing out-of-town visitors. But it has been more than two decades since the skating pond has been in use.

  • Regents OK oil and gas degrees

    New Mexico Highlands University regents approved a proposal last week to begin offering business degrees with a focus on oil and gas management.

    The university’s School of Business, Media and Technology proposed the new degrees, a master of business administration and bachelor of business administration in oil and gas management.

  • 7 in 10 NM births paid for by Medicaid

    The Associated Press
    ALBUQUERQUE  — Seven in 10 births in New Mexico are paid for by Medicaid, according to a recent state analysis.

    The study by the state Legislative Finance Committee showed 71 percent of the nearly 27,800 babies born in the state during 2010 were paid for by the state and federally funded health insurance program for the poor, The Albuquerque Journal reported.

  • Looking Back - Jan. 30, 2013

    In 1963
    Wednesday, Jan. 30 — Hope was high today that all six crewmen had survived the crash of a B-52 Strategic Air Command bomber early today in the mountainous semi-wilderness country between Chacon and Guadalupita. Two survivors had reached Mora by noon today and two others were seen from the air by a pilot of a U.S. Air Force T23jet trainer this morning. The jet bomber was based at Walker Air Force Base at Roswell and was on a “round robin” flight from Walker.