V.23 No.31 |
The Daily Word in border bills, CIA spies and a penis cloud
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Aug 1 2014 8:52 AM ]
A three-day truce between Israel and Palestine was interrupted after Israel reported one of their soldiers went missing in the southern Gaza Strip.
The House Republican leadership will present a new border bill today that “further tightens a 2008 trafficking law.”
The FBI are assisting authorities in Oregon in trying to find a mother who went missing seven days ago.
Former president Bill Clinton says he had the chance to kill Osama bin Laden hours before the 9/11 attacks.
After an internal investigation, it was confirmed that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Bernalillo County deputies took down an alleged drug and prostitution ring on Second and Alameda streets.
A nationwide warrant has been issued for a Las Cruces teen accused of voyeurism.
Teenager Tony Day is expected to plead guilty for the 2012 murders of his adoptive mother and her daughter in Tucumcari.
V.22 No.4 |
The Daily Word in kitty murder, Jim Nabors and Mayor Marty
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Jan 30 2013 8:57 AM ]
Ex-Mayor Marty is on his way to D.C. He'll be joining a lobbying firm that represents clean air activists, education boosters, Wal-Mart, Verizon and shady car title loans.
The ancient church at Alameda kicks off a centennial celebration with a bunch of funerals.
A proposed New Mexico law written to reject Federal law (something something guns, something something states' rights) has been rejected. Duh.
Legalized gay marriage in Washington state meant that Gomer Pyle could get married.
The Boy Scouts of America are thinking about maybe not being so mean to gay kids.
And an Arkansas town pretty much just declared martial law.
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