V.23 No.42 | 10/16/2014
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
From China to Virginia, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.37 |
The Daily Word in Zeus, health care and Rebel Donut
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Sep 12 2014 9:08 AM ]
South African Olympian Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of manslaughter for the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
The Navy is searching for a missing pilot after two jets crashed into the Pacific Ocean.
A woman in Blackstone, Mass., was arrested after the remains of three infants were found in her home.
Around 250,000 people in Virginia will lose their health insurance at the end of November.
Rebel Donut is going to be featured on the show “Donut Showdown” tonight on the Cooking Channel!
A crafty thief used her kid as she stole a credit card, then proceeded to give herself the royal treatment with a shopping spree.
A woman and her 2-year-old son are on the mend after two dogs brutally attacked them.
Zeus, the world's tallest dog, passed away this week. RIP big guy.
V.23 No.35 | 8/28/2014
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
From Montana to Connecticut, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.23 |
The Daily Word in the SPU shooting, same-sex marriage polls and "Desiree"
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jun 6 2014 9:41 AM ]
A shooting at Seattle Pacific University left one student dead and a couple others wounded.
Hundreds of New Yorkers gathered today to pay respects to Prince Joshua (P.J.) Avitto, a 6-year-old boy from Brooklyn who was stabbed and killed in an elevator.
A Virgina base is on lockdown after a stabbing this morning. A suspect hasn't been apprehended.
According to a Washington Post/ABC poll, about 50 percent of America thinks same-sex marriage is a constitutional right.
If you're going to the Albuquerque Sunport, watch out for “Desiree.”
Mayor Richard Berry responds to the protest that took over his office.
Five teens in Santa Fe who shot at cars with BB guns called the cops on themselves when one of their victims started chasing them.
APD Chief Gorden Eden wants the police union to cooperate with DOJ reviews and reforms.
It looks like police officers in Spokane aren't allowed to make whoopee on the job anymore.
V.23 No.6 |
The Daily Word in Flappy Bird was too stupid, no BJ's for Virginia teens and no more animal crackers in her soup.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 11 2014 9:46 AM ]
An Albuquerque landlord is making a tenant live without heat.
Someone got a picture of a skinwalker.
Find out why customer service is so bad at Walmart.
Pensacola, Florida wants to make it illegal for homeless persons to use blankets.
Chuck D. will be 2014's Record Store Day ambassador.
Some politicians in Sweden want to speed up the Julian Assange case.
V.22 No.52 |
The Daily Word in Pussy Riot, New Mexico tourism and Nintendo porn
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Dec 27 2013 9:48 AM ]
Pussy Riot may be out of prison, but their work is far from over.
Conrad Alvin Barrett's getting charged with a hate crime, and he thought he was just playing a game.
A Louisiana man, who was in the middle of a custody battle for his four children, shot and killed three people before killing himself.
Monsignor William Lynn's case involving priest-sex abuse charges was overturned, and he could get released as early as this week after spending 18 months behind bars.
Utah wants to take same-sex marriage ruling to the US Supreme Court.
Speaking of same-sex marriage, now that it's legal in New Mexico, does that mean a boost in tourism?
Robert Ortiz, after drunkenly rolling his Chevy Blazer, goes into a giggle fit when cops issue a sobriety test. Oh, and he also has 10 DWI arrests to his name.
Thanks to good road crews, descansos remain on the highways.
A father in Virginia reported to local news that his son found pornographic images on a Nintendo gaming system he got for Christmas. Sorry buddy.
V.22 No.49 |
The Daily Word in Mandela's death, bathroom surveillance and bad dirt
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Dec 6 2013 10:33 AM ]
Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa, died yesterday at the age of 95.
It looks like Carrie Underwood struck gold (not really). Apparently, even though not everyone loved it, The Sound of Music was watched by many.
Over 100 people were left dead in Bangui, Central African Republic, due to political unrest between Muslim rebels and Christian citizens.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has not been charged with rape.
Shaine Sherrill, who was shot by APD officers Sunday afternoon, did not have a gun. Apparently, Sherrill was suicidal and had said he wanted to be shot by police.
Just for future reference, when you use the wrong dirt … it might cause some setbacks.
Andrew Coppler faces up to nine years in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder for the death of his father.
A restaurant owner is facing some scrutiny for putting a surveillance camera in the men's bathroom. Yikes.
V.21 No.8 |
The Daily Word in D3 demolition, thrash metal and glass burrito
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Feb 23 2012 10:20 AM ]
City Council approves a plan to carve up District 3 (Downtown, Barelas, UNM area) and ax Benton's seat.
APD officer ends up in the hospital after chewing on a glass burrito.
St. Michael's in Santa Fe to conduct random student drug tests.
Outrage over Quran burning spreads in Afghanistan. At least 10 Afghans and two American soldiers have died.
Midair helicopter smash kills seven marines during training.
9-year-old girl dies after running for three hours as punishment for stealing a candy bar, according to an Alabama sheriff's office.
UN may prosecute Syrian officials of crimes against humanity.
FDA questions inhalable caffeine.
Maybe you don't need eight hours of sleep.
Serious hipster cruise. Like on a ship.
Startups looking to skim carbon dioxide from the atmo. Bill Gates thinks it's a good idea, says his money.
Virginia politicians second-guess mandatory pre-abortion vaginal probing.
Analysts predict soaring national debt under all GOP contenders' tax plans—except for Ron Paul's.
Thrash metal endorsements for 2012: Megadeth dude supports Santorum.
V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Don’t Hate the Player
Radio project reaches out to inmates and their families, breaking the silence around America’s prisons
By Marisa Demarco
The Thousand Kites project reaches out to inmates and their loved ones, breaking the silence around America’s massive prison system. The project’s founder visited Albuquerque to collect narratives, and the Alibi was on hand to catch stories about local lockup.
V.19 No.52 |
The Daily Word 12.31.10: 2010 is finally over.
By John Bear [ Fri Dec 31 2010 9:21 AM ]
No pardon for Billy the Kid.
Uncle shoots nephew while playing 'cops and robbers' with real gun.
Man hurt playing real 'Frogger.'
Man shot by police had PTSD.
Former President of Israel convicted of rape.
Top Ten Books of 2010.
Tornado kills three in Arkansas.
Flood in Australia the size of Texas.
Stars who died in 2010.
Man strips at Virginia airport.
Restaurant critic gets exposed by restaurant owner.
Latin Sin Wednesdays with DJ Louie at Dirty Bourbon
Small Business Lunch & Learn at WESST Enterprise Center
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