V.24 No.13 | 3/26/2015
The Daily Word in bloody miracles, apologetic con men, and crazy politicians.
By Renee Chavez [ Mon Mar 23 2015 3:00 PM ]
Investigations and arrests are ongoing in the beating and burning of an Afghan woman.
Uber-conservative republican Ted Cruz announces his bid for the presidency.
Pope Francis performs “Half Miracle” with liquified saint’s blood.
A shooting at Los Altos Skate Park leaves one dead and six injured.
New plans are in the works for a rennovated Downtown ABQ.
Sunday night’s crash suspect is identified.
Questa cousins bring Indian bikes to ABQ.
A con man apologizes to his pregnant victim.
Scarecrows outnumber people in one Japanese village.
A man paints himself black to avoid the police. Fails.
A man was arrested after being declared dead two years ago.
V.23 No.47 | 11/20/2014
The Daily Word in kissing, assisted suicide, Facebook, dementia and bike tricks.
By Constance Moss & Carl Petersen [ Mon Nov 17 2014 12:23 PM ]
Leave it to Web MD to take the fun out of kissing.
The international movement to legalize assisted suicide has pissed off the Pope.
The Hollywood Film Awards get interesting with the help of Johnny Depp and Kristen Stewart.
Here's what 200 calories looks like.
Facebook is making a Facebook for your job in addition to the current one for bitching about your job.
There's a town for people who can't remember.
The president of Turkey contends Muslims discovered America.
An old-timey lady did your bike tricks first.
The Poop Boat: exciting and new.
You may want to think twice before taking that elephant ride on your next vacation.
Miss Honduras has gone missing just days before the Miss World pageant.
If you’re up late, don’t forget to bundle up and check out tonight’s meteor shower.
Thanks for the links, Geoff Plant and Sarah Bonneau!
V.23 No.33 |
The Daily Word in the Ferguson shooting, World of Warcraft and the Pope
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Aug 15 2014 9:16 AM ]
World of Warcraft memorializes late comedian Robin Williams.
Darren Wilson has been identified as the police officer who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
North Korea says projectiles fired during the Pope's visit were just a coincidence.
A mother in South Carolina was arrested for dropping the F-bomb in front of her kids in a grocery store. Wait … that's it?
Three Fort Lauderdale men face criminal charges for digging up the cremated remains of relatives in an effort to move them to a cemetery in Maine.
The APS board voted unanimously for Superintendent Winston Brooks' resignation.
Santa Fe police apprehended a suspect in a fatal shooting that occurred Thursday evening.
An Albuquerque woman allegedly had sex with two German shepherds, then tried to poison her roommates when they found out about it.
APD is investigating a “slaying” after a woman's body was found in a vacant lot in southeast Albuquerque.
V.22 No.27 | 7/4/2013
The Daily Word in July 4th mishaps, weather in New Mexico, sainthood
By E.J. Maliskas [ Fri Jul 5 2013 11:06 AM ]
The 4th of July did not pass without its fair share of mishaps and tragedies: At least 28 people were injured in California during a fireworks malfunction and 2 others were killed in parade accidents across the country.
The Statue of Liberty is open again after damages done by Superstorm Sandy.
Boston University is suing Apple over a patent filed by one of its professors back in 1997.
Pope John Paul II, John XXIII cleared for sainthood.
That whole “it’s so hot you could fry an egg” thing has got Death Valley covered in runny eggs, cartons and shells.
V.22 No.11 |
The Daily Word in a stolen tortoise, a sharp wit, a titanic exhibit and an anniversary
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 19 2013 8:36 AM ]
NM Governor Susana Martinez is in Rome.
Mister Turtle the tortoise is safe and sound in Santa Fe.
An exhibit featuring items from the Titanic opens in Albuquerque this Saturday.
Check out this big old Bull Durham building sign.
How to maybe win rock/paper/scissors.
Rochester Police employ the lost art of letter writing.
North Carolina has extensive rules for MMA fights.
It is the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Possible chemical weapons attack in Syria.
V.22 No.10 |
The Daily Word in book banning, disenfranchised Republicans and gun deaths
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Mar 13 2013 10:32 AM ]
A new election rule looks like it will make it harder for Republicans to become Mayor of Albuquerque, even when Dems split the vote.
And Republicans in Rio Rancho are also feeling disenfranchised.
That whole minimum wage law thing? We're still talking about it. Now the servers have their say.
New Mexico legislators are fighting about whether or not they should be allowed to ban books, especially ones about brown people.
2,635 people have died via gun violence since the Newtown massacre. At least.
Who doesn't love trolling celebrities on Twitter? Watch out, though, because sometimes Internet tough guys meet the real deal.
This just in: Kids everywhere love toys.
Update: Smoke rises from the Sistine Chapel signifying that a new pope has been chosen.
The Daily Word in obituaries, horse meat and an ABBA reunion
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 12 2013 12:04 PM ]
Roswell horse slaughterhouse set to open in three weeks.
Think of the magical powers.
ABBA reunion perhaps?
115 Cardinals are locked in a room and they're not coming out until they elect a new pope.
V.22 No.11 | 3/14/2013
The Daily Word in Instagram hero, Pope elections and March Madness
By B.L. Brennan [ Mon Mar 11 2013 11:05 AM ]
Instagram helped reunite a little boy with his toy bunny.
Defendent in wrongful death case to take the stand as the case starts its third day of trial.
Catholic Cardinals meet once more before electing a new pope.
A six year old boy took the keys away from his drunk grandma so she couldn’t drive.
Unhappy people are responsible for the zombie craze!
New Mexico teen with terminal cancer gets her diploma early.
If you’re more into geography than basketball, this March Madness bracket is for you.
V.22 No.9 |
The Daily Word in sequester, sinkhole, silly Dragon
By E.J. Maliskas [ Fri Mar 1 2013 9:36 AM ]
Obama is meeting with Congressional leaders in a last-ditch effort to stave off the sequester which includes $85 billion in automatic across-the-board domestic and defense cuts set to take effect today.
The search continues for a man considered armed and dangerous in Tijeras canyon.
What's it like to run a Pope-less Catholic church?
Bye bye Pope, hello new bishop in Las Cruces.
A Florida man is presumed dead after the bedroom in which he was sleeping suddenly collapsed into a 30-foot wide sinkhole and swallowed up the entire room.
The Dragon's up there, but she ain't workin'.
New hope for Dixon's Apple Orchard.
Florida police say a man who reported a missing crowbar to police faces charges after he admitted that the tool was used in two home invasions.
"im not turnin my self....run run as fast as u can u cant catch me im da ginger bread man......sincierly da gingerbread man,"
The Daily Word in the Pope's departure, police in elementary schools and Miss YouPorn
By Mark Lopez [ Thu Feb 28 2013 9:33 AM ]
Farewell to the Pope!
Bradley Manning pleads guilty to leaking government secrets.
Los Lunas police infiltrate elementary schools.
So, that wasn't hospital staff that just walked by?
Those Roswell fires could be arson.
Miss Teen Delaware could be the next Miss YouPorn?
V.22 No.6 |
The Daily Word in gun control, papal possibilities and the thigh gap
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 12 2013 8:51 AM ]
Governor Martinez is backing a bill that would require background checks for gun show purchases.
There is a public information meeting about the Paseo Del Norte/I-25 project.
How Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed Carnaval.
There was an emergency alert issued in Montana yesterday.
Things are getting less salty.
The thigh gap.
Did North Korea just blow up a nuclear bomb?
The fugitive LAPD cop may have gotten out of the country.
V.21 No.13 |
The Daily Word in Earl Scruggs, Starbucks bugs and a billion stars
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 29 2012 10:28 AM ]
Trayvon Martin's parents say video of George Zimmerman the night of the shooting show Zimmerman wasn't seriously injured.
Congressman tries to wear a hoodie on the House floor, gets escorted out.
CEO's saw pay raises last year.
KOB busts Housing Authority director getting her nails done on Fridays while driving the agency's car. She got a raise, too.
Jerome Block Jr. is on probation and out of jail.
Starbucks uses crushed bugs in Strawberries and Creme Frappuccinos.
Video of horses so weak they can't stand in Los Lunas auction house. Commenters say people bring them in that way because they can't take care of them.
If the Supreme Court throws out health reform, will Obama be re-elected?
A picture of a billion stars.
The pope and the Castros did not find common ground.
V.20 No.46 |
The Daily Word in football, ScarJo and the Vatican
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Nov 17 2011 9:01 AM ]
UNM hires ex-Notre Dame coach Bob Davie to be Lobo football's new boss.
APD fires belly-bumping officers who kicked a suspect in the head on video.
The toast sandwich is two pieces of bread around a slice of toast. It's the 150-year-old brainchild of Victorian food writer Mrs. Beeton.
Art? Or stalking 14-year-old girls?
Avoid penile cancer by abstaining from bestiality.
Sexuality as a force for good.
Mom of Sandusky's adopted son has concerns.
Clothing company folds under Vatican pressure and removes an ad showing the pope kissing an imam.
Google's getting into the music store biz. But there's no Prince. And no Zeppelin.
Katy Perry's Milli Vanilli flute fail.
Norwegians raise a viking ship using viking tools.
Is ScarJo a beard?
Some places in the world remain untouched by Facebook.
V.20 No.20 |
The Daily Word: 5.20.11: Judgement Day mostly
The last Daily Word of all time is mine!
By Summer Olsson [ Fri May 20 2011 9:49 AM ]
Believers say goodbye because tomorrow's Judgement Day
President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister get tense.
Atheist entrepreneur charges for post-Rapture pet care.
The guy climbing the building at Effex dies.
How do we know it's Judgement Day? Some portions of the theory here.
New treatment helps paralyzed man stand, walk.
Filmmaker Lars von Trier announces he's a Nazi and is banned from Cannes
Guatemalan First Lady to divorce husband and run for president herself.
Italian anger over ugly statue of the pope.
Some British film critics give the highs and lows of this year's Cannes Film Festival
Facebook event Post Rapture Looting had more than 520, 000 friends this morning.
Newest from The Oatmeal: how fun it is to help someone move.
V.20 No.1 |
The Daily Word 1.6.11: Hoarder house, turtle prosthetics, golden radio voice
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jan 6 2011 9:25 AM ]
They still haven't found the shooter from UNMH, but his brother is sticking up for him.
Del Norte football player dies from oxycodone overdose, according to his family.
Hoarder house demolished by the city.
Obama's (probable) new chief of staff doesn't dig consumer protection or health care reform?
Turtle and goose prosthetics.
Did you read about the homeless man with the golden radio voice?
BP could escape a gross negligence charge.
Hackers figured out how to make the PS3 to run any software, including pirated games.
The pope says God caused the Big Bang.
Dead birds in Sweden.
The "me" marriage.
The Life, Blood and Rhythm of Randy Castillo [SOLD OUT] at KiMo Theatre
Documentary tells the story of the late, legendary drummer who played with Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe and more.
John Pepe at Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn
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