The Daily Word in Longmire, beet juice and Girl Guides are scared to come to the US from Canada
Local prostitutes just received the latest issue of the "Bad Guy List", an independent publication that details dangerous john sightings and tips on safe sex work.
Longmire is beginning it's final season of filming in New Mexico.
Here are some slight details regarding Trump's proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act.
The Canadian Girl Guides are suspending all their trips to the US.
Watch an old brick row house collapse almost on its own.
Estimates are the US will lose more than 10 billion in tourism dollars during the next four years.
The Daily Word in tiny Trump videos, Shia LaBouef makes a wrong turn in Albuquerque on way from New York to L.A. and the light punishment for running over bicyclists in the Duke City
Woman does cartwheels instead of sobriety test, fails.
A local motorist who seriously injured two bicyclists has been sentenced to probation, providing restitution and community service.
Vandals struck the wall where Shia LaBouef's increasingly famous art installation is located, near 7th and Central in downtown ABQ.
Homeland security, local police departments and ICE are about to launch a serious increase in deportations.
Milo Yiannopolus has resigned from Bretibart.com and is threatening to form his own media company which will soon be the only company that will publish anything he says.
Four Americans died in a dramatic plane crash in Melbourne, Australia.
The Daily Word in the Balloon Fiesta, dispensary woes and a cancer ball
Police in Thailand take alleged killers to the scene of the crime to reconstruct the murder.
Two Louisiana teachers are accused of having a three-way with one of their students.
New York is attempting to pass a bill that limits its involvement with federal immigration organizations because their policies are too “anti-immigrant.”
After many abortion clinics in Texas shut down due to a law that was signed last year, the appeals court is now allowing the state to enforce new restrictions.
Officials in Dallas, Texas, are cleaning and sanitizing the apartment of a Liberian man who was diagnosed with Ebola.
The BioPark Aquarium is attempting to replace fish that were poisoned when an employee was trying to get rid of a parasite in their tank.
About $50,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a dead man's apartment in Albuquerque.
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta kicks off this weekend y'all! The Alibi's got the schedule and more for ya.
That's a giant ball … I mean testicle. A man is pushing a 6-foot teste across the US to raise cancer awareness.
Sins of the Past, Crimes of the Present
Mass graves and the impending border crisis
The Daily Word in investigating Syria, Walgreens robberies, Prince and Lionel Richie
U.N. reaches site of Syrian massacre to investigate killings.
Police say 14-year-olds in Rio Rancho robbed the same Walgreens twice armed with a bat and a pellet gun.
Supreme Court's approval rating is below 50 percent.
Possibly the greatest blog post ever on '80s celebrity fashion.
Fourteen dismembered corpses found in a truck in northern Mexico.
Cops say ICE agent pulled over on San Mateo was driving erratically and had been drinking.
The 34-year streak of horse racing not having a Triple Crown winner will continue as I'll Have Another is scratched from the Belmont.
Norway is setting up a psych ward in one of its prisons in case mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik is labeled insane.
California man tries to sell bear cubs at a gas station, says he shot their mom in self defense on his property.
And now ... animal photo bombing!
The Daily Word in Tim Gunn, The Sucklord and teleportation
Second report also clears Darren White.
Onion joke goes terribly wrong.
Tim Gunn is coming to New Mexico.
Race car champ Al Unser Jr. arrested for DWI.
12-year-old finds out she’s pregnant after sexual assault.
Chemical castration for pedophiles in South Korea.
ICE sweeps the country, picks up 2,901 undocumented immigrants, 36 in New Mexico.
Feds may challenged four state immigration laws.
The advertising genius behind “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”
Meet The Sucklord, asshole.
Online dating is hard.
Sex-toy company is launching a vibrator into space.
China’s also going to space.
The album that changed everything 20 years ago.
A dress made of cow and yak nipples.
Tiny robot rocket jumps.
45 years of KUNM.
Why rats feel like they’re being teleported all the time.
This cantaloupe thing is serious, the deadliest food-borne outbreak since 1998.
Prison or Processing Center?
An immigrant detention facility in southern New Mexico faces sharp criticism from the ACLU
In the remote area southeast of Las Cruces lies an unincorporated region called Chaparral. About 15,000 people live scattered throughout, according to the 2010 census.
Alibi Flickr Photo of the Day
The Daily Word 10.21.10: R.I.P. Penthouse founder, last guv debate, prop. 19
The last gubernatorial debate is tonight at 7 p.m. on KOB channel 4.
LGBT college students at UNM talked bullying and wore purple yesterday.
ICE detainees treated like criminals, though immigration charges are civil.
Nurse impostor steals IDs, police say.
New Mexico's attorney general and state auditor: Locked in silent struggle.
Woman scammed buying a jeep on Craigslist.
Keith Richards says Mick Jagger is unbearable.
NPR fired analyst Juan Williams, who said on Fox News that he's afraid of being on planes with Muslims.
Taliban on the run.
Penthouse founder Bob Guccione died. R.I.P. scary little porn man.
What if you didn't owe anyone money?
Prop. 19, which would legalize marijuana in California, is slipping in the polls.
Alec Baldwin's LOL ad in favor of gay NY marriage.
Sexy "Glee" photos make parents mad.
On behalf of Comic Sans.
This guy turned his shed into a recording studio and made the news in the U.K.
Will the city’s agreement with ICE impact immigrant victims of domestic violence?
The city allowed la migra into the Prisoner Transport Center, where immigration agents conduct face-to-face interviews with everyone who is arrested and taken there. The city says it’s a better, less biased procedure than allowing Immigration Customs and Enforcement to look through the records at the jail and then choose to speak with those who have certain surnames or were born out of the country.
When I interviewed the ICE spokesperson, she was able to tell me how many people ICE had tagged from Albuquerque’s transport center since the agreement took effect in early May, but she couldn’t say who those people were, how old they are, where they were picked up, etc.
That’s a problem for advocates who say domestic violence victims who don’t speak English are sometimes arrested by mistake. Now, a victim could acquire an ICE hold in that situation. How would the advocates be able to discover something like that if information is not available about who’s been given a detainer?
The Albuquerque Police Department and the city assure that people who are arrested have to have been committing some kind of crime.
Wrong Side of the Law
Will the city’s agreement with ICE impact immigrant victims of domestic violence?
The city's agreement allowing immigration agents into the Prisoner Transport Center Downtown may have unintended consequences for victims of domestic violence, advocates say.
SB 1070, Immigrants’ Rights, Ethnic Studies, Boycotts, a Tale of Two States
Cuba says Arizona’s SB 1070 is “racist and xenophobic.”
As New Mexico gets sucked into the storm brewing just West of us, former Republican congresswoman Heather Wilson jumps into the CYFD fray.
And if you didn’t catch it, the Alibi wrote about what it’s like in the AZ right now.
Not Albuquerque. The boycott measure in our City Council failed on a 5-4 vote. Reporter Carolyn Carlson said the Council meeting Monday was intense. Hundreds showed up to speak out against Mayor Berry’s ICE agreement, and the Council also debated rescinding it. You can watch a full video of the meeting here.
Assistant Professor Michael L. Trujillo works in Chicano Studies and American Studies at UNM. He penned his take on the law banning classes that promote “racial resentment” from Arizona public schools.
Local author Demetria Martinez wrote about the presence of the religion in the immigrants’ rights movement.