ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Lockheed Martin has announced more job cuts and has begun a voluntary layoff program for corporate headquarters and employees of its enterprise businesses.
About 6,500 workers are eligible for the program, three of them in New Mexico.
However, the company hasn't said how many people they are hoping to cut.
The action follows a cut of 1,500 employees in Lockheed Martin's aeronautics business, 1,200 employees at space systems and voluntary layoffs of 600 executives.
All this comes as Congress looks to limit defense spending.
The name of the man killed in a deadly winter weather-related crash has been released.
Mugshots from local New Mexico authorities from December 2013.
Ice and fog shut down both U.S. Highway 82 and U.S. 285 in southeastern New Mexico late Saturday afternoon with no indication of when they will reopen.
Last weekend, protesters in Taos rallied against the actions of a State Police officer. Now supporters plan their own rally
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After a solid win versus Rio Grande rival NMSU earlier in the week, the Lobos continue their tough play defeating Cincinnati 63-54.