The Daily Word 12.06.09: Real ID, Juarez, tainted beef, climate summit
Protesters march against violence in Ciudad Juarez, which some considered the world's most dangerous city.
Bingamen and Udall request Real ID extension—because NM is not in compliance, NM licenses won't be valid for flight-boarding come Dec. 31.
State's expensive, federally-funded career seeker site has found only one person a job.
Beware of Safeway beef.
U.S. to stick around Afghanistan.
Piece of the genome missing in people with severe obesity.
Climate change summit, said to the most important the world's ever seen, set to open in Copenhagen.
Tiger Woods confirms that, yes, 2009 was the year of infidelity.
American student convicted of murder in Italy.
FCC investigates Verizon for upping early termination fees.
Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley's daughter attempts singing career, suicide.
Radar's best and worst dressed of the week.
Weather: Highs in the mid '40s all week, snow Tuesday.
Over the Edge for Special Olympics at New Mexico Bank and Trust
Join the League of Edgers and prepare to rappel 16 stories down the New Mexico Bank and Trust Building in Downtown Albuquerque.
Monday Catfish • acoustic at Corrales Bistro Brewery
Friday Filmmakers Coffee at Jean Cocteau CinemaMore Recommented Events ››