The Daily Word in cutting power to "Yallquaeda", conforming to the Real ID law, a lot of pink bottles and one huge Mao statue
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jan 5 2016 11:51 AM ]
In order to conform to Federal "Real ID" law, New Mexico may start issuing two different driver's licenses.
Lawyers for the two former APD officers charged in the James Boyd shooting want the trial moved out of the Albuquerque area.
A remote rural area in China is now home to an enormous, gold Mao statue.
Obama gave an emotional speech today, introducing his executive action on gun control.
Disgraced former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, had a very expensive "sobriety coach" after he got out of rehab.
Design your own outrageous, 18th century wig. No, really. Try it.
Authorities are preparing to cut off heat and power to the—literally, soon—numb nuts who took over a building and a gift shop in a bird refuge in Oregon.
The Daily Word in toddler found, watermelon boy and catcalls
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Jan 4 2016 12:40 PM ]
Guardians of the Children is an unlikely Albuquerque biker gang that helps children victims of crime.
The Oregon gunmen were heavily mocked on twitter, and it was great.
It's elemental, my dear Watson. Four new chemical elements are officially added to the periodic table.
New Year's Resolutions: get more organized, go to the gym, build an artificially intelligent assistant?
The first breakout star of 2016: watermelon boy!
The Daily Word in Al Qaeda, Bosque Restoration and Newtonian Physics
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 2 2016 2:38 PM ]
A new Al Qaeda recruiting video uses footage of Trump's anti-muslim sentiment.
A new study validates both sides of the home birth argument.
Santa Ana Pueblo's Bosque Restoration Division employs a successful mutlifacted approach to restoring the native habitat.
Getting to Trader Joe's will become even more difficult.
The National Guard is still at work helping residents affected by the storm in the SE part of the state.
APD reminds us that what goes up, must come down.
New Mexico residents can now register to vote online.
The Daily Word in Isis, Motorhead and Trump v. Jeb Bus
By Desiree Garcia [ Tue Dec 29 2015 11:45 AM ]
Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by Donald Trump. *Shifts eyes to Jeb Bush*
Dear Olive Garden, I can use $400 to buy endless amounts of alcohol for New Years Eve and probably 10 more New Years Eve parties that I’ll never remember instead of using it on one night I’ll never remember.
Sometimes the internet can be a great place. Check out this video of a Kendrick Lamar and Mario Kart mashup!
The Daily Word in winter storms, “woman’s card” and Walmart
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Dec 28 2015 10:30 AM ]
Eastbound I-40 is reopening now, in small stages.
Extreme weather and deadly storms cross the southern and western parts of the United States, killing at least 43 people.
Could Superintendent payouts be a thing of the past? If this bill passes, then yes.
Netflix and Chill: what's coming to a streaming service near you in January.
Let this app do the breaking up for you, you coward.
The life and times of Walmart and it's customers.
The Daily Word in the misogyny of Donald Trump vs the misogyny of Steve Harvey
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 22 2015 12:57 PM ]
An APD officer shot and killed a man last night.
An Albuquerque city councilor wants to stop people from panhandling at lucrative on/off ramps.
New Mexico's oil industry isn't happy about the steep drop in oil prices.
There's a new police officer lapel recording of drunken Governor Martinez.
An appeals court ruled on behalf of an Asian-American band called The Slants that the government can't deny a copyright on the grounds that something is offensive.
Stop what you are doing and immediately grok this Steve Harvey "wisdom".
The Daily Word in Miss Universe mix-up, the truth about Santa and GOP loses another one
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Dec 21 2015 11:25 AM ]
Woman drives onto sidewalk on Las Vegas strip, injuring over 30 people and killing one.
Another one bites the dust. Lindsey Graham leaves 2016 presidential race.
Acoma Training Center is offering free training classes if you adopted your dog from a shelter.
And the winner is you...wait no, not you, the other one.
Maybe he was overcompensating for something? Hitler had naught but one testicle, according to medical records.
What happens when a prison runs out of waffles? You sue them, of course.
This girl's reaction to finding out the truth about Santa is hilarious.
The Daily Word in Governor Martinez, unemployment and "driverless" cars
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Dec 19 2015 1:59 PM ]
Gov. Martinez apologizes for the way she handled the noise complaint caused by her holiday party. And apparently the bottles that were thrown off the balcony were just snowballs, which seems like a weird mistake to make.
Unemployment in New Mexico is the worst in the nation.
California DMV decides "driverless" cars are requried to have a driver.
After his arrest, everybody's favorite "pharma-bro" has stepped down as CEO. But don't feel too bad for him, at least he's been released on a $5 million bond.
Finally! A dating site for people like me.
The Daily Word in Susana Martinez, Star Wars, and Islamophobia
By Desiree Garcia [ Fri Dec 18 2015 12:36 PM ]
It’s Gov. Susana Martinez’s party and she can get rowdy if she wants to. *Insert hysterically laughing emoji here*.
No one really cares if Martin Shkreli got arrested. The real concern here is what’s going to happen to Wu Tang’s album.
Amusement parks: Where you have to go through metal detectors and feel unsafe when you’re just trying to have a good time.
Amy Poehler and I are basically the same person because we’re the only two people in the world who don’t care about the new Star Wars movie.
But one another note for you Star Wars nerds out there, check out this video of the cast pretending they’re as cool as Anna Kendrick while they sing an A Capelle version of the movies theme song.
The Daily Word in a new Secretary of State for NM, a mysterious newspaper owner in Nevada and Cosby sues for defamation
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 15 2015 10:51 AM ]
Accused child molester from Nob Hill magic shop who fled to Nepal 14 years ago is headed to court after being captured by the FBI.
Brad Winter will be replacing Dianna Duran as New Mexico's Secretary of State.
All Los Angeles area schools are closed today due to a "credible threat".
Nobody knows who the new owner of Nevada's largest daily newspaper is.
Less new magazines started in 2015 and less folded in the same period. Basically we're talkin' less print magazines, folks.
The Texas plumber who's work truck ended up in the Syrian civil war is suing the auto dealer for not removing his business decals and phone numbers.
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