The Daily Word in the fiscal cliff, the dairy cliff, Katie’s Law
Obama is expected to sign Katie’s Law which requires DNA testing for all persons arrested for a felony. The law was first proposed by the mother of an NMSU student who was raped and killed.
Hillary Clinton hospitalized Sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot.
Kim and Kanye are knocked up.
The Philadelphia Eagles fired head coach Andy Reid.
The Buffalo Bills fired head coach Chan Gailey.
Police say an Albuquerque woman bit off her boyfriend’s finger during an argument.
Intel is trying to break into the TV biz.
If you’re gonna burglarize a nail salon, try not to leave your cell phone.
A Jacksonville woman with a purse full of crab meat was arrested Christmas Eve at a Wal-Mart.
Hardcore hidden animals.
A monkey rode a dog wearing a Colt’s jersey.
The Daily Word in Mullet vs. beard, man vs. fish, woman vs. sandwich and Fiona Apple vs. The Man
New Mexico's Spaceport development has problems.
Yes, you can play golf at the Angola Penitentiary golf course.
The ex-controller of the New Mexico Finance Authority has been indicted.
Unintentional, run-away double entendre strikes when Jill Biden introduces the Vice-President.
The Rio Arriba County Sheriff's Department planned to buy a boat three days after cutting hours of service due to lack of funds.
150 years of lesbians photo gallery.
Verdict in the Amish beard-cutting case: "Mullet guilty in beard case."
A woman ate a "Stellanator" in Omaha.
A weird effigy of Obama was lynched in Austin.
This may be the first good, in-depth news item about bath salts.
Groundbreaking video illustrates the best way to clean mushrooms.
Not so groundbreaking: we are running out of fish.
An Intel worker called the police because a coworker put a "kick me" sign on his back. And people kicked him.
Some companies are instructing employees NOT to use work email after hours.
Snoop Dogg was the celebrity guest on The Price is Right yesterday.
Like many before her, Fiona Apple was busted for pot possession at the Sierra Blanca border checkpoint.
Hypnotic map of the 2012 presidential election swing states.
Barbara Rockwell and her husband David fulfilled a dream when they moved to the southern end of the Village of Corrales and started building their home. “Corrales in 1977 was a rural village farming alfalfa, apples, corn and chile,” she says. But it was slowly becoming a bedroom suburb of Albuquerque, she adds. “There was no Intel on the western horizon, just the flowing line of the mesa and open fields of grass,” Rockwell says in an email interview. “Above all, there was the fresh, sweet air.”
The Daily Word: Geronimo, heroin, therapy kangaroo
Geronimo's great-grandson objects to bin Laden's codename.
House approves antiabortion package.
A lot of heroin in Albuquerque ($300K sold daily), says the Sheriff's Office.
"Seal Team 6, a unit so secretive that the White House and the Defense Department do not directly acknowledge its existence."
PRC investigates whether the gas company broke any rules during the cold snap.
The AP won't cover today's GOP presidential primary debate because of restrictions placed on the press by sponsors FOX News and the South Carolina Republican Party.
Pelosi wants more transparency in fraking.
Last WWI vet dies. He was 110.
Things are getting better, so Glenn Beck became irrelevant, argues WaPo columnist.
State: The Rule-Makers
Meet Martinez’ new Environmental Improvement Board
Neighbors vs. Intel
Rio Rancho’s chip-manufacturer is asking the state for a significant revision to its air permit just in case the plant wants to expand. This request highlights health concerns that have been rattling around Corrales for years, as Intel sits on a bluff above the southwestern edge of the village.
New Mexico Gas Company remains mum on which big customers decreased use during the shortage
Which companies use the most gas in New Mexico? How much do they use? Is it as much as, say, Española? More? And when the New Mexico Gas Company cut gas to thousands of homes in early February, was industry the first to get shut off?