V.26 No.16 | 4/20/2017
Clean Power Battle Plan Rages
New Mexico’s Attorney General joins the fight
By Laura Paskus
EPA leadership change has it trying to stop its own court case and the states suing to continue it.
V.26 No.4 | 01/26/2017
Daily Word in Mothers, Presidents and Poison
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Feb 1 2017 11:13 AM ]
An estimated 150,000 babies were taken from “illegitimate” Australian mothers in the 20th century.
So what can Trump actually do?
Buzzfeed: Always asking the important questions.
Republicans advanced Trump's cabinet nominees while no Democrats were present, a clear violation of finance committee rules which require members of both parties to be present for voting.
What's the future of the tech industry under Trump's reign?
What is the EPA going to do to monitor the long-term effects of the 2015 mine spill that poisoned rivers in the Western US?
A policy dissent cable has gathered over 1,000 signatures by state officials.
V.26 No.3 | 1/19/2017
By Joshua Lee
EPA Refusing to Pay Claims for Gold King Spill
The EPA lords it over the Gold King Mine Spill, Burque rates low for economic progress, there’s a new grant to help immigrants and charter schools in our state are under scrutiny.
V.25 No.3 | 1/21/2016
By August March
Shultz, Taser Subpoenas Revealed
News from around the state.
V.24 No.52 | 12/24/2015
Grand Canyon Trust
By August March
Pizza Party Politics
News from around the state.
V.24 No.43 | 10/22/2015
Test Scores, Pot Petitions and Polluted Water
By Ty Bannerman
Polluted water from Gold King Mine to be treated
A roundup of important news from across the state.
V.24 No.32 | 08/06/2015
The Daily Word in criminalizing teens, armed white men in Ferguson and a woman strolling across the surface of Mars
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Aug 11 2015 12:10 PM ]
Albuquerque teens are opposing a proposed curfew, saying such a law would criminalize being a teenager.
Investigators in Ukraine think they have found pieces of a missile that brought down Flight MH17.
One of the images captured by the Curiosity Rover appears to show a woman walking across the surface of Mars.
Archeologists think they have solved the mystery of the 16th century colonists who vanished from Roanoke.
The paper lobby is losing yet another fight to keep the US Government using paper rather than digital communications and record keeping.
V.24 No.33 | 8/13/2015
The Daily Word in space lettuce, Sex Ed. and Vegemite moonshine
By Constance Moss [ Mon Aug 10 2015 2:40 PM ]
Ferguson protests marking the one year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting resulted in 3 more shootings .
The land down under is dealing with major Vegemite-related issues.
In local news, the EPA spill of yellow mining sludge is far worse than originally thought.
A knife attack at an Ikea in Sweden has left two people dead.
Alaskan neighborhoods are among the most racially diverse in the country.
The Legionnaire's outbreak has killed a dozen people in New York.
Thanks to Desiree Garcia for the links!
V.23 No.52 |
The Daily Word in a toddler killed a woman in Walmart with her own concealed-carry gun
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 30 2014 2:43 PM ]
You got problems? These comics have PROBLEMS.
New Mexico's antiquated liquor sales restrictions may loosen up some more.
Would eliminating cheap booze reduce the incidence of DWI?
TLC Driving School finally (not really) explains why they closed without notice.
Looks as though parts of the missing Air Asia plane and some bodies of passengers have been recovered.
A toddler shot and killed a woman in a Walmart. The questions this raises about America and gun safety would seem too large to ignore–but I bet we'll have no problem ignoring them anyway.
If you aren't familiar with Hip Hop Family Tree Comics, start with this week's Boing Boing installment, then gorge on archives or buy a copy. Ed Piskor's comic has become something I greatly anticipate every week.
V.23 No.34 | 8/21/2014
Wherein Alibi readers write—about violence in Albuquerque, the brutality of boxing and the environmental apathy of baby boomers.
V.22 No.24 |
The Daily Word in clueless celebrities, incarcerated muppets and the fate of Jimmy Hoffa
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Jun 19 2013 9:14 AM ]
According to the EPA, tailings from abandoned uranium mines have left nearby residents in Grants and Milan exposed to harmful levels of airborne radiation.
In related news, Mt. Taylor may soon be home to the world's largest uranium mine, bringing much needed revenue to the state. And also probably cancer.
Just because they show up armed with semiautomatic weapons, a "fleet" of cop cars and an Army helicopter doesn't mean you have to let them in.
Harsh three-strikes laws now extended to muppets.
Serena Williams offers her opinion on the Steubenville rape survivor and also reminds everyone that you can be both good at tennis and a clueless moron who probably shouldn't offer her opinion on the Steubenville rape survivor.
This just in: Jimmy Hoffa is still missing.
V.21 No.47 |
The Daily Word in car bombs, corporate malfeasance and old-school gift giving
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 28 2012 9:35 AM ]
Dozens reported dead after double car bomb explosions in Damascus.
APD officer ordered to take paid leave after neighbors report he encouraged them to fight.
Statistics kill yer Powerball buzz.
Major energy company exec. faces criminal charges in wake of 2010 coal mine disaster.
The EPA bars oil giant BP from getting new contracts.
APS leadership stonewalls TV news station.
Baby rhino arrives via FedEx.
Bernalillo County Commission candidate Simon Kubiak applied for a Metro Court judgeship.
Slayer holiday "jumper" (sweater?) unfortunately sold out.
Egocentric gift-giving tips.
Holiday gadget gift guide, 1952.
Japanese street performers, documented.
Shinichi Maruyama's frozen motion ("Nude").
V.21 No.13 | 3/29/2012
By Margaret Wright
Fuel terminal near a Superfund site seeks a permit to emit more pollutants.
V.20 No.33 | 8/18/2011
Everyone knows arsenic is a poison, but did you know it's in your water too? Low levels of arsenic in your glass are naturally occurring. The Environmental Protection Agency says that drinking water must have fewer than 10 parts per billion of arsenic to prevent harmful effects of long-term exposure. According to the 2010 report by the Albuquerque Bernalillo Water Utility Authority, these water zones have as high as 8 parts of arsenic per billion. It’s worth keeping an eye on. Check your zone here: bit.ly/abqarsenicwater. (EK)
Sandia Labs Mixed Waste Landfill
The EPA says the Sandia Labs Mixed Waste Landfill isn’t a threat, but a 2011 report by Citizen Action says otherwise. The mixed-waste landfill lies directly above the main source of water for 600,000 Albuquerque residents. From 1959 to 1988 the landfill was used for disposal of low-level radioactive materials. Contaminants include nickel, cadmium, nitrate and chromium, all of which can cause nasty health problems with overexposure. What’s more, Mesa del Sol—a “green” community development touting that its “respect for the environment result[s] in a healthier, simpler, more sustainable way to live”—just broke ground adjacent to the site. (EK)
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