ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A severance package offered to workers at the Los Alamos National lab will give employees up to nine months' pay for those who voluntarily leave their jobs.
On Friday, the National Nuclear Security Administration approved a plan that cuts up to 800 jobs at the lab.
The voluntary buyout payments will be based on the years of service.
Lab employees have until March 14th to sign up for the buyout after those involuntary layoffs may follow.
The layoffs are due to major budget cuts.
A touching four-minute video showing the sorrows and outpouring of support for Sandy Hook victim Emilie Parkers family has gone viral.
It is unclear if weather played a roll in a rollover on I-25 north of Albuquerque Friday morning.
The U.S. House has agreed on a national budget and now the bill’s headed to the Senate. What the budget bill’s passage could mean for New Mexico’s oil and natural gas industries.
It seems with every game this season he looks like the best player on the court. Lobos senior forward Cameron Bairstow continues to shine.
Cold temperatures await once again as the Lobos open College Cup play against Notre Dame on Friday.
High school basketball tournaments are plentiful as the holiday season approaches. Thursday the Joe Armijo Classic started at Albuquerque Academy.