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FBI Assumes Lead In Investigation Into Death Of 5-Year-Old Girl In Rio Arriba County

on September 16, 2019 - 9:54am

FBI investigates death of Renezmae Calzada, 5. Courtesy/NMSP

FBI News:

ALBUQUERQUE—U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson, Special Agent in Charge James C. Langenberg of the FBI Albuquerque Division, and Rio Arriba County Sheriff James D. Lujan announced that the FBI has assumed the lead in the investigation into the death of Renezmae Calzada, 5, whose body was found Sept. 11 in the Rio Grande River in Rio Arriba County.

“The FBI is thoroughly investigating the disappearance and tragic death of Renezmae Calzada,” U.S. Attorney Anderson said. “The U.S.

New Mexico Honored For Providing Free Online Public Access To Legal Materials

on September 16, 2019 - 9:24am

NEW MEXICO COURTS News:

 

SANTA FE – New Mexico has earned national recognition for offering free online public access to legal materials, including state laws, court procedural rules and appellate court decisions.

 

The Harvard Law School’s Caselaw Access Project recently recommended New Mexico and its legal information website, NMOneSource.com, as a leading example of how courts can successfully expand access to the law through a publicly available website and shift from print-based legal publishing to “digital-first publishing.”

 

The New Mexico Compilation Commission, the state’s

DerbyCon 2019: Finish Line – ‘Don’t Cry Because It’s Over, Smile Because It Happened’

on September 15, 2019 - 3:32pm
Opening ceremony at DerbyCon, the InfoSec conference Sept. 6-8 in Louisville, Ky. Photo by Becky Rutherford
 
DerbyCon panel on ‘DerbyCon Story Time’. Photo by Becky Rutherford
 
By BECKY RUTHERFORD
Los Alamos

I’ve been in cybersecurity for a little over a year, and I decided it was about time I went to an InfoSec conference.

Defcon/Black Hat in Vegas sounded intimidatingly huge; I wanted something less terrifying. A friend suggested DerbyCon.

American Red Cross New Mexico Chapter Seeks Volunteers To Join Disaster Action Team

on September 15, 2019 - 2:31pm

AMERICAN RED CROSS News:

Everyday, people are forced from their home due to fires, storms or other disasters.

The American Red Cross Disaster Action Team volunteers respond day and night to meet the immediate needs of their neighbors. Assistance given may include financial provisions for food, clothing and lodging, emotional support, prescription medication and other critically needed items.

Want to put your compassion in to action? Join the American Red Cross Disaster Action Team.

Los Alamos County Firefighters Remember 9/11

on September 15, 2019 - 10:15am

Los Alamos County firefighters set out on a track Saturday on Pajarito Mountain to remember and honor those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on American soil. They are carrying a 26-pound air pack in full dress on the one mile trek with a 1,000 foot rise in elevation to mimic the stairs the firefighters experienced on that tragic day rushing to rescue people in the World Trade Center in New York City. Members of the public joined firefighters in the somber event. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

 

Los Alamos Firefighters and members of the public on the climb

RAPS Community Conversation Sept. 24

on September 13, 2019 - 5:42pm

LAHS student data analysis group, RAPS, will address the signs of sadness, self-harm and suicide in youth at a community meeting Sept. 24. Courtesy/LAPS.

LAPS News:

All interested individuals are invited to a community conversation Tuesday, Sept. 24, hosted by the Los Alamos High School student data analysis group, RAPS, to address the signs of sadness, self-harm and suicide in youth.

According to the 2017 Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey of LAHS students, 33.2 percent felt sad or hopeless in the past 12 months and 24.5 percent intentionally injured themselves.

Student leaders at LAHS

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