LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (KRQE) - The 67th anniversary of the first atomic bomb attack prompted arrests at Los Alamos National Labs Monday.
The first blast at Hiroshima destroyed the city and killed as many as 140,000 people.
That blast and a second blast at Nagasaki prompted Japan to surrender during World War II.
Monday, six protesters were arrested in Los Alamos after they blocked morning traffic near the entrance of LANL.
The protesters are made up of a number of groups including Occupy Albuquerque.
The Sandoval County sheriff's sergeant hit while investigating a weather related crash remains in critical condition.
Officials say the Bernalillo County Treasurer Office is closed Friday after a suspicious substance was found in the office.
One thing that this winter weather can really do is help get you in that holiday spirit.
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