Public Safety

Moniz Travels To Israel And Kazakhstan To Continue Discussions On Energy Cooperation

DOE News:
WASHINGTON D.C.  The U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz traveled to Israel. He will continue discussions with Yuval Steinitz, Israeli Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy, and Water Resources, on the ongoing energy partnership between the two countries.
He also will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem. These discussions will cover a wide range of issues, including the U.S.-Israel Energy Dialogue, as well as expanded cooperation in energy research and energy water nexus programs.

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NNSA Delivers Annual Reports To Congress On Progress For Stockpile Stewardship/Nonproliferation

NNSA News:

  • NNSA Delivers Annual Reports To Congress On Progress For Stockpile Stewardship And Nuclear Nonproliferation

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) released Monday the annual reports outlining the strategic direction for two of its vital and enduring missions—maintaining a safe, secure and effective nuclear deterrent and reducing the threat of nuclear proliferation and terrorism.

These reports are key planning documents for the nuclear security enterprise and guide program activities to ensure U.S. national

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Los Alamos County Sheriff Arrests Sex Offender Today

James Jeremiah Dyson


Los Alamos County Sheriff Marco Lucero arrested James Jeremiah Dyson this afternoon in Santa Fe and charged him with two felony counts of fleeing the jurisdiction and failing to register under the Sex Offenders Registration and Notification Act  NMSA 29-11-A-4(G)(H).

Dyson, 41, registered as a sex offender May 26, 2015 and was last known to be living at 954 Capulin Road in Los Alamos. He fled the county following a police raid on his residence in January of this year. He is being held in Santa Fe on federal charges.

Dyson will be remanded into the Sheriff’s

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Udall, Alexander: Sick Nuclear Workers Deserve Better

From The Office Of U.S. Sen. Tom Udall:

  • Department of Labor should delay new rule that could jeopardize benefits for those who worked at Cold War-era sites
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Tom Udall, D-N.M., and Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., this week urged the U.S. Department of Labor to delay a new rule that could make it more difficult for sick nuclear workers who served at Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Y-12 and other Cold War-era nuclear sites to get benefits they deserve under the department’s Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program.
“It’s shameful that so many Americans

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