V.25 No.19 | 5/12/2016
By August March
Air Quality Bureau Evolves Policy
Ryan Flynn proposes changes to the Air Quality Bureau, NM adds temporary workers to process medical cannabis backlog and Bishops question “Pull Together” campaign.
V.25 No.1 | 1/7/2016
By August March
Marijuana Legalization Considered
News from around the state.
V.23 No.52 | 12/25/2014
Daily Word in North Korea, Santa, drinking on the job and 2014 in hindsight.
By Renee Chavez [ Tue Dec 23 2014 1:09 PM ]
North Korea lost the Internet for nine hours.
Check out these awesome Leading Ladies of 2014!
Sony defies N. Korea and authorizes screenings of “The Interview”.
Taliban push in to previously US-secured areas.
Here is a review of 2014 in pictures … wow.
NJ principal demoted for sign typos that were truly elementary.
Have a round on the Boss: Drinking at work could make you a better employee!
Sweden opens newest Icehotel.
ABQ dentist offers free care on Christmas Eve.
New Mexico CYFD gets new leadership.
Copper thieves make off with $32,000 worth of wire from Winrock.
V.21 No.10 | 3/8/2012
Courtesy of Emily Apodaca
Tiffany Toribio pleads guilty
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Mar 5 2012 12:09 PM ]
In October, we spoke with Emily Apodaca, aunt of the toddler that was found buried in playground sand in 2009. Apodaca’s sister, Tiffany Toribio, had confessed to smothering her son. The article questions whether the struggling mother sent distress signals to police and city services before the child’s death.
When Marjorie Childress wrote the report for the Alibi, Toribio was undergoing psychological evaluations. Her defender, Lelia Hood, was planning to pursue a “not guilty by reason of insanity” defense.
This morning, Toribio opted instead to plead guilty to suffocating her son at Alvarado Park. She will likely do 33 years.
V.20 No.41 | 10/13/2011
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com
Did city services miss calls for help from Tiffany Toribio and her family?
By Marjorie Childress
When the body of a young boy was found buried in a playground in May 2009, a shocked Albuquerque dubbed him “Baby Angel.” The search for his identity began. As the week wore on, it would gradually dawn on his aunt, Emily Apodaca, that the boy she was hearing about on the news was her own nephew, Tyrus Toribio.
V.20 No.4 |
The Daily Word 1.28.10: Eat me, bear.
By John Bear [ Fri Jan 28 2011 10:00 AM ]
Escaped inmate planned on overdosing on dope and letting bears eat him, but was stopped by voice of reason. Average weekend at Casa de Juan Oso.
Cops get take home cars back.
Bicyclist gets hit by car in northeast Albuquerque.
CYFD workers placed on leave following boy's death.
Woman claims yogurt sample tainted with bodily fluids. Another day at Casa de Juan Oso.
Student loans blamed for downturn in freshman mental health.
Taco Bell launches ad campaign to defend beef.
Woman who says she is gay faces deportation from Britain to Uganda, where, of course, they shoot gay people. Britain says she is not gay.
Hawaii bill would grant access to Obama's birth records. Effort to stop dumb ass birthers.
Shit hitting the fan in Egypt.
V.19 No.21 | 5/27/2010
SB 1070, Immigrants’ Rights, Ethnic Studies, Boycotts, a Tale of Two States
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 20 2010 2:22 PM ]
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.
Sandra Cisneros Exhibition Tour at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Author of The House on Mango Street shares her thoughts and perspectives about both her own writing and the exhibit.
Remix Culture Revisited at Center for Contemporary Arts
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