| Oct 13, 2009
| 12:09 PM
In 1959, Walter de Maria envisioned tuxedoed men and bejeweled women watching "inexperienced people" dig a hole with a steam shovel on a vacant acre of land near an art-loving city while music played and parents screamed, "Get that bulldozer away from...
| Nov 11, 2009
| 6:49 PM
WESTMINSTER -- Authorities have arrested a 57-year-old Albuquerque man after police say he met a 16-year-old Westminster girl on the Internet and drove her to New Mexico, where they had sex and the man took bondage fetish photos of her.
Edward S. Christy...
| Nov 21, 2009
| 4:14 PM
| Nov 23, 2009
Just six months after the passing of her husband, L. William Seidman, Sally Seidman died Sunday at their family home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She was 85. Tonight, she's being remembered as instrumental in making Grand Valley State University what it is...
| Dec 16, 2009
The developers of a proposed Baltimore casino are in talks with a multibillion-dollar investment group to provide cash for the slow-starting project, according to sources familiar with the discussions.
The Baltimore City Entertainment Group included...
| Jun 6, 2009
Frederick Hammersley, a critically acclaimed painter who rose to fame in 1959 as one of four Los Angeles-based Abstract Classicists and spent the next 50 years bringing an intuitive, personal touch to hard-edge abstraction, has died. He was 90.
| Dec 25, 2009
Law Enforcement is keeping their eyes out for any danger at Sacramento's International Airport.
With a man attempting to blow up a plane in Detroit travelers here have noticed more security.
Kimberly Conroy says despite the terrorist threat she still...