Today's News

  • North-South spikers do their thing

    Results from the 2013 North-South volleyball all-star matches held this past week in Albuquerque:

    • In Class 4A-5A, the North prevailed 26-24 and 25-20 for a 2-0 sweep.

    • In Class 2A-3A, the North rallied after a 25-18 opening set defeat, winning 25-19 and 25-16 for a 2-1 comeback triumph.

    • In Class 1A-1B, it was all South. The girls in blue took two, 25-16 and 25-17.

    Former West Las Vegas coach Brian Gurule was head coach for the 2A-3A North squad.

  • Go Fish - August 2, 2013

    FISHING REPORT, July 30  

  • Isotopes shut out Sacramento

    By Laura Verillo
    Albuquerque Isotopes

    SACRAMENTO — Matt Magill pitched six scoreless innings and three relievers completed the Albuquerque Isotopes’ second consecutive shutout, 2-0, over the Sacramento River Cats on Tuesday night at Raley Field.

    Magill (4-0) struck out seven, walked three and allowed three hits. Since coming off the disabled list, Magill has allowed two runs in 15 1/3 innings, while striking out 21.

  • Cool cats
  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Aug. 2, 2013

    • Las Vegas Junior All-Stars in Southwest Regionals, opponent TBA, noon, Santa Fe

    • MotoTrials national championships, all day, Sipapu Rest, Vadito
    • Las Vegas Junior All-Stars in regional tournament, TBA, Santa Fe

    • MotoTrials national championships, all day, Sipapu Rest, Vadito
    • Las Vegas Junior All-Stars in regional tournament, TBA, Santa Fe


  • Alcohol suspected in crash

    A 31-year-old Albuquerque man was airlifted to University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque after he crashed his motorcycle on North Grand Avenue early Sunday morning.

    Las Vegas police say speed and alcohol appear to be factors in the crash.

    Damian Prieto, whose address is listed as being on the 2400 block of Dorothy Street NE in Albuquerque, sustained head trauma and other severe injuries, police say. His injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.

    According to a police report:

  • Moody’s reviewing city’s rating

    One of the nation’s leading credit rating agencies is considering downgrading the City of Las Vegas’ credit rating because of its pension liabilities.

    “We’re aware of it. We’ve been aware of it for quite some time,” City Manager Timothy Dodge said, referring to the Moody’s review. “We have our financial consultants on top of it. I’m not really too concerned at this point.”

  • Monsanto mania - Play is sure to make you laugh

    Summer wouldn’t be complete without the annual Over the Edge production by the Nat Gold Players and Clearly Confused Productions. In its sixth year, the Over the Edge play pokes fun at local and national events.

    This year’s show delves into everything from mayoral recall efforts and the funding challenges at Las Vegas City Schools to the national controversy over genetically modified Monsanto corn.

  • In Brief - New Mexico News - July 31, 2013

    The Associated Press

    Tax holiday starts Friday

    SANTA FE — New Mexico is offering shoppers a chance to save money on computers, school supplies and clothing from Friday to midnight Sunday.
    During the annual tax holiday, there’s no gross receipts tax on certain products purchased at participating retailers.
    The tax rate varies across the state, but exceeds 8 percent in some communities.

  • Not a drop of gas