V.24 No.44 | 10/29/2015
All is Forgiven
The Council plays nice at the Oct. 19 meeting
By Carolyn Carlson
Carolyn Carlson brings you tales from the council chamber, starting with the Garduño-Lewis makeup.
V.24 No.42 | 10/15/2015
By August March
Land and Conservation Fund Expires
Our weekly news roundup returns with details of APD’s newest recruitment efforts, and more!
V.24 No.41 | 10/08/2015
The Daily Word in Playboy's never-nude future, Gloria Steinam's new gig and Kmart tapes
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 13 2015 9:04 AM ]
An Albuquerque cop hit a fleeing suspect with his personal vehicle.
Local bar Sneakerz is closed for the time being.
Local police neglected to locate a .45 in a man's waistband before booking him into MDC.
Playboy will no longer have nude pictures, just near-nude pictures. And articles.
British authorities will no longer have guards posted 24/7 at the Ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange is still holed up.
This collection of '80s/'90s Kmart in-store music is worth a listen. Really.
California has stringent new rules limiting the use of antibiotics on livestock.
81 year old Gloria Steinam is now a Vice correspondent.
V.24 No.38 | 9/17/2015
Pot decriminalization and police retention discussed
By Carolyn Carlson
Cops approve of only their highest-paid command staff receiving $6k-$12k bonuses for not retiring, and some of those cops staged a dramatic demonstration for the issue's debate.
V.24 No.37 | 9/10/2015
The Daily Word in Catholics, Labor Day, Flintstones and the birds and the bees
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Sep 7 2015 12:04 PM ]
Speaking of Labor Day, check out these recipes!
We are family! Family reunions in store for North and South Korea.
You get an annulment! And you get an annulment! Everybody gets an annulment, according to Pope Francis.
Want to live like the Flintstones? Now you can!
Let’s talk about sex, baby.
V.24 No.27 | 7/2/2015
Crib Notes: July 2, 2015
By August March
Excerpts from Appendix B (Tales of Years 2011-2024) of the third book (Return of the First R) in the epic fantasy series Alburquerque News (Burrrque Press hardback collectors edition)
V.24 No.22 | 05/28/2015
The Daily Word in East Mountains Google drones, a big loss for Big Tobacco and commercials on Netflix
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jun 2 2015 11:49 AM ]
Super creepy APD action results in yet another payout by the city over excessive force.
Despite a crash involving one of it's large drones, Google continues research and development in the East Mountains area.
APD's SWAT team responded to a domestic violence situation that seems less than SWAT-worthy.
Nearly half of Americans can't handle an unexpected expense of 400.00 or more.
Learn what is going to (temporarily) change about the Patriot Act.
Confirmation that the TSA exists solely to make air travel a pain in the ass and does not make things safer.
V.24 No.22 | 5/28/2015
The Daily Word in Twitter power, Letterman and crane style.
By Renee Chavez [ Thu May 21 2015 2:00 PM ]
California oil spills have a sticky history.
In case you haven’t heard, David Letterman has retired.
Civilians were trapped in Palmyra by Islamic State.
World leaders speak to millions on Twitter.
Albuquerque kicks off Beer Week.
Breaking News: Teenagers are idiots.
APD not really sure if red light cameras make a difference.
A crane beat three tigers in real life Kung-Fu Panda.
Delta’s new saftey video will make you want to watch for pure entertainment.
V.24 No.19 | 05/07/2015
The Daily Word in the DOJ, Nike and lots of pot
By Mark Lopez [ Fri May 8 2015 9:31 AM ]
The Department of Justice is launching a “federal civil rights probe” on the entire Baltimore Police Department after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody.
A federal appeals court ruled that the NSA exceeded their authority by collecting and storing phone records.
Nike says it will create 10,000 jobs if President Obama's Trade Promotion Authority and Trans-Pacific Partnership deal goes through.
Footage has been released showing a Delaware police officer kicking a black suspect in the face as he followed orders to get down on the ground.
The city of Santa Fe has settled a lawsuit with a former police officer who pleaded no contest to charges involving women who sued him civil court. The charges included stalking, harassment and unauthorized computer use.
US Customs and Border Patrol officials found 3,846 lbs. of pot in a semi truck at the Santa Teresa port. Dayumn!
Sex offenders are all up on Facebook, even though the social media site says sex offenders aren't allowed.
A retired cop has sued the Albuquerque Police Department, claiming they retaliated against him when he raised questions about police instructors' certifications.
A woman in San Antonio, Texas, found a small package of cocaine in a Nature Valley granola bar.
V.24 No.18 | 04/30/2015
The Daily Word in Ben E. King's passing, inmate art and a two-faced calf
By Mark Lopez [ Fri May 1 2015 9:11 AM ]
Singer Ben E. King, noted for his amazing songs “Stand By Me” and “There Goes My Baby,” has died at the age of 76. RIP, good sir.
The Justice Department is putting $20 million into a nationwide program to increase the use of body cameras worn by police officers. Just make sure you teach them how to turn them on.
New Mexico's State Auditor, Tim Keller, found a pattern of perks and consulting work between former APD chief Ray Schultz and Taser International and has forwarded his findings to prosecutors.
A teenager from Weatherford, Texas, has received a 45-year prison sentence for fatally shooting his sister and mother.
Prison inmates are gearing up to sell their art at the second annual Craftsmanship and Trades fair at the penitentiary in Santa Fe tomorrow. The money raised will go to their families and the victims they hurt. It goes from 9am to 4pm and costs $5 to attend.
KOAT shared a list of the 10 best breakfast burritos in New Mexico!
District Attorney Kari Brandenburg fears for her safety after filing murder charges against two APD officers.
A calf named Annabel was born this past Monday in Florida. Oh, and it has two faces.
V.24 No.18 | 4/30/2015
Crib Notes: April 30, 2015
By August March
Got the 411 on the 505? Test your news knowledge with the Alibi‘s weekly pop quiz.
The Daily Word in murder trials, police brutality and devastation in Nepal
By Constance Moss [ Mon Apr 27 2015 11:00 AM ]
A devastating earthquake in Nepal has left the death toll at over 4,000 and rising.
It also sparked an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Other natural disasters around the world this weekend included a giant tornado in Texas, heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan, killing dozens, and volcanic ash blanketing the Chilean town of Ensenada.
McDonald's expects to have closed at least 700 stores by the end of 2015.
The James Holmes murder trial is set to begin today, almost three years after the mass shooting occurred in a Colorado movie theater.
In other Colorado news, mayhem erupted at a carnival in Colorado Springs over the weekend.
V.24 No.17 | 04/23/2015
The Daily Word in university woes, sex clubs and The Ridiculous Six
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 24 2015 9:31 AM ]
Valdosta State University is shutting down today because of a huge flag protest.
A sex club is calling itself a church so it can open next to a children's school.
The folks over at an Ohio university thought some “straight pride” posters went “beyond free speech.” So they removed them.
The University of Florida is investigating allegations that some of its fraternity members spat on wounded military veterans.
Albuquerque Public Schools has approved a three-year contract for new superintendent Luis Valentino, and the dude is gonna be making $240,000 a year. Get it!
Some Native American actors walked off the set of Adam Sandler's new film The Ridiculous Six, which is shooting in New Mexico, because they felt offended and disrespected.
A man was taken into custody after allegedly shooting his girlfriend in the back last night in northeast Albuquerque. APD said the woman is undergoing surgery and is in stable condition.
Bernalillo County Manager Tom Zdunek plans to retire this summer after 45 years in business and government. Vacation!
V.24 No.17 | 4/23/2015
Crib Notes: April 23, 2015
By August March
What do you know about last week’s 505 news? Test your recall with the Alibi pop quiz.
V.24 No.16 | 4/16/2015
Crib Notes: April 16, 2015
By August March
What do you know about last week’s New Mexico news? Test your recall with the Alibi pop quiz.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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