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V.25 No.14 | 04/07/2016

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The Daily Word in Alcoholocaust, Area 51 and APD

By Taylor Grabowsky [ Fri Apr 8 2016 12:58 PM ]
The Daily Word

APD responds to noise complaint then plays football with neighbor kids.

Kids, you don't need a theme to your beer pong games, especially not this Nazis vs Jews theme—very tired.

Are you more of a legs fish or an assfish?

What better day to discuss drugs than on 4/20, cool job UN.

When a joke goes too far and now you have a cat working for you. It's happened to all of us, right?

Clinton's campaign chairman really wants the juicy deets on all alien information the government is concealing. The truth is out there.

Jump Around no more, Mr. Trump.

V.25 No.14 | 4/7/2016
Klarissa Peña, Dan Lewis and Isaac Benton

Council Watch

Council Considers Flags, Films and 911 Response Times

ART and DoJ also discussed

By Carolyn Carlson
There are ART lawsuits, the film office gave an update on the industry's economic impact, budget document claims 911 response times have increased, it's proposed that APD command staff not receive raises unless they comply with the DoJ settlement, and city is looking at how to buy land for open space.
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V.25 No.12 | 03/24/2016

News

The Daily Word in fake plane hijacking secrets,more violence at Trump rallies and goodnight and good luck from Al Jazeera America

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 29 2016 9:20 PM ]
The Daily Word

One of the Donald's campaign aides has been charge with assaulting a journalist at a Trump rally.

Sunset Memorial Gardens cemetery lost a WWI veteran's headstone after replacing it with a headstone meant for another man of the same name.

Even repeat offenders have the same civil rights as all citizens have.

Details continue to emerge about the "fake hijacking" of an Egypt Air flight.

Oh Lord, no. Some dude in Taipei beheaded a three year old girl in the street.

Some last words from Al Jazeera America, soon to be no more.

V.25 No.12 | 3/24/2016
News City
Robert Maestas

Newscity

APD Still Not Meeting Requirements

APD still not meeting requirements, discussion on rights for transgender students gets heated and NM becomes abortion hotspot of the Southwest.
V.25 No.10 | 3/10/2016

Council Watch

Trucks, Buses, Trash and Cops

Council faces touchy subjects

By Carolyn Carlson
Council discusses APD's slow progress on complying with the DoJ consent decree, the Edith Transfer Station's zoning change, ABQ Rapid Transit, food trucks and Huning Highland breweries.
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V.25 No.8 | 2/25/2016
News City
Robert Maestas

Newscity

By August March

If Six Were Nine

In the news: US Marshals, Burque’s CPOA acts and bonuses are better than donuts.
V.25 No.7 | 2/18/2016
News City
Robert Maestas
By August March

Use of Force Policy Updated

This week in Newscity: APD’s new Use of Force policy, the State legislature and weed, plus abortion foes continue their assault on New Mexico healthcare providers.
V.25 No.4 | 1/28/2016

Council Watch

Council Considers DWI, Lady Lobos and the Bosque

By Carolyn Carlson
The City Council applauds the Felony DWI Court, loves Lobos and hears about APD recruitment difficulties.
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V.25 No.3 | 01/21/2016

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The Daily Word in Hospital Fines and Yeti Wingmen

By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 23 2016 4:40 PM ]
The Daily Word

What Isleta's newly reacquired land means for its community.

Some New Mexico hospitals are being fined over safety concerns.

APD is looking for a suspect involved in a stabbing downtown last night.

The Sprint call center in Rio Rancho is closing, costing the city almost 400 jobs.

City Councillor Isaac Benton wants the city to buy 60 acres of land around the Petroglyph National Monument.

Evidence for using cannabis to treat epileptic seizures continues to grow.

Sasquatches make great wingmen. Given the number of sasquatches I know and the low rate at which I get laid, I think there may be some validity there.

V.25 No.3 | 1/21/2016
News City
Robert Maestas

Newscity

By August March

Shultz, Taser Subpoenas Revealed

News from around the state.
V.25 No.2 | 01/14/2016

News

The Daily Word in Wolf Rehab, Isleta Pueblo, and APD

By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 16 2016 2:35 PM ]
The Daily Word

Ladder Ranch was denied a permit to raise and release Mexican Grey Wolves.

Isleta Pueblo just got back more of their ancestral land.

41 percent of the women who come across our state line for abortion-services are coming from Texas.

APD is searching for a man suspected in a shooting last night.

The Berry administration is making good on a 5 year old promise to raise pay for police officers.

An APD officer criticized by the DOJ is suing for back pay and a promotion.

The Daily Word in Death, Twitter and Film

By Megan Reneau [ Thu Jan 14 2016 10:43 AM ]
The Daily Word

The brilliant and wonderful Alan Rickman has died at the age of 69.

Let’s be real: Alan Rickman is probably Metatron now.

Some fans of David Bowie reminisce about what he taught them.

ISIL claims responsibility for a terror attack in Jakarta.

Straight pride parades, brought to you by bigoted, chagrined closeted people.

The Population Institute grades States on their reproductive rights. I’m pretty happy about New Mexico, but as a nation, we can do better.

Here’s a short history of Twitter rules.

An APD officer is suing the city for not promoting him after he wrongfully shot and killed a person. Wow.

Did you know a local Burqueno teen played Leo D’s son in his newest film, The Revenant?

V.25 No.2 | 1/14/2016
Homelessness continues to be a problem

Council Watch

City Council Lite

Voting, electrical Lines, homelessness on agenda

By Carolyn Carlson
Gotta give some kudos to the council for the patience it takes at some meetings to listen to some citizen commenters.
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V.24 No.51 | 12/17/2015

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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 ]
The Daily Word

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.

Trump continues to prove he is misogynist.

The sexual ecstasy terror threat level is high.

Stop what you are doing and immediately grok this Steve Harvey "wisdom".

News City
Robert Maestas

Newscity

By August March

Police Union President Charged

News from around the state.
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