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  • Looking ahead - Sports - 0ctober 4th, 2015

    •Las Vegas YAFL games
    •NMHU women at Colorado School of Mines, noon, Golden, Colo.
    •Las Vegas Youth Soccer League matches

    •Robertson JV at Española Valley, 4 p.m., Española
    •West Las Vegas girls JV vs. Taos, 4 p.m., Herrera Complex
    •West Las Vegas Middle School at Taos, 4 p.m., Taos


  • This week’s games-NFL Special 10-4-15

    n Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20, OT

    •N.Y. Jets at Miami, 11 a.m.
    •Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 11 am.

    •N.Y. Giants at Buffalo, 11 a.m.
    •Carolina at Tampa Bay, 11 a.m.
    •Philadelphia at Washington, 11 a.

  • Broncos, Vikings finding ways to win

    By Arnie Stapleton
    AP Pro Football Writer

    DENVER — Their offensive coaches spent September making alterations to appease their stars.
    Adrian Peterson is running out of the I formation again — and looks like Adrian Peterson again. Stiff-arming linebackers. Racing past safeties. Celebrating in the end zone.

    Peyton Manning isn’t lining up under center so much — and he looks once again like Peyton Manning. Avoiding sacks. Going deep. Throwing TD passes and catching Brett Favre on career lists.

  • Man’s standoff with police ends peacefully

    A several-hour standoff between the Las Vegas Police Department and an armed man holed up in his Fifth Street home ended peacefully with the man surrendering to police early Wednesday.

    As a result of the standoff Aaron Martinez, 29, now faces several charges stemming from the incident that started as a domestic disturbance. Martinez is now facing a charge for criminal damage to property of a household member, a fourth degree felony, and a negligent use of a deadly weapon under the influence of an intoxicant or narcotic charge, a petty misdemeanor.

  • Alleged teen killer may face adult sanctions

    The 16-year old boy charged in July with fatally stabbing his mother’s boyfriend could face adult sanctions in the case if he’s found guilty of the crime.
    The District Attorney’s office has filed a notice of intent to seek adult sanctions against Fabian Maes, who was 15 at the time of the incident.

  • Senior Profile: Crows soar in Las Vegas

    It’s a beautiful structure impossible to overlook, at Sixth and Columbia in Las Vegas. The sign inside the fenced area announces, “Crow’s Nest Bed and Breakfast,” and welcomes those who want to have a restful and secure stay. They have three rooms set aside for this purpose.

  • National honor for Mora High School

    Mora High School has been named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. The awards were announced on Tuesday and include Mora High School, Newcomb Elementary, and Melrose Elementary School. The list contains 335 schools throughout the country.
    According to a press release from Sens. Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, Mora High School and Melrose Elementary School were selected for their progress in tightening up achievement gaps while Newcomb Elementary, located in the northwestern part of the state, was honored for being high-performing.

  • Balloon Fiesta takes off Saturday


    ALBUQUERQUE  — Hundreds of colorful hot air balloons of all shapes and sizes and from all over the world will be lifting off this weekend for the start of the 44th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

    The nine-day fiesta — one of the most photographed events in the world — will begin Saturday just after the sun rises as wave after wave of balloons take to the sky as part of the first mass ascension.

  • LV natives host ABQ benefit

    Las Vegas Optic
    ABQ Corks & Brews, a special benefit event taking place Saturday in Albuquerque, will provide guests the taste of various wines, craft beers and artisan chocolates.

    But it’ll have a little flavor of the Meadow City as well.

    That’s because Las Vegas natives Nicole Abreu, a West Las Vegas graduate, and David Stroud, a Robertson grad, are the individuals partnering to make the event a reality.

  • Looking Back - Oct. 2. 2015

    In 1965