V.24 No.18 | 4/30/2015
The Daily Word in murder trials, police brutality and devastation in Nepal
By Constance Moss [ Mon Apr 27 2015 11:00 AM ]
A devastating earthquake in Nepal has left the death toll at over 4,000 and rising.
It also sparked an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Other natural disasters around the world this weekend included a giant tornado in Texas, heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan, killing dozens, and volcanic ash blanketing the Chilean town of Ensenada.
McDonald's expects to have closed at least 700 stores by the end of 2015.
The James Holmes murder trial is set to begin today, almost three years after the mass shooting occurred in a Colorado movie theater.
In other Colorado news, mayhem erupted at a carnival in Colorado Springs over the weekend.
V.23 No.49 | 12/4/2014
The Daily Word in burgers, Bond, beer and Brandenburg.
By Carl Petersen & Constance Moss [ Mon Dec 8 2014 12:31 PM ]
There was a gigantic fire in downtown Los Angeles.
Experts say a trend toward special orders threatens the delicate balance of speed and profitablity in the burger universe.
Happy deathday, John Lennon.
There is no shortage of red crabs.
Study up on the latest booze trend: American single malt whiskey.
The world’s largest truffle sold for $61k at auction.
Chlorine gas brought tragedy to the Midwest FurFest.
Has the mystery of the Tjipeter rubber blocks been solved?
James Bond probes the Doily Danger Zone.
The Lizard Squad knocked the PlayStation network offline for hours just to be mean.
As a beer city, Albuquerque ranks high.
Accusers think Kari Brandenburg inappropriately tried to protect her son from criminal charges.
A little girl died in a crash on Coors this morning.
Happy birthday, David Carradine.
V.23 No.14 |
The Daily Word in faulty ATMs, faulty meter readings and a faulty chemistry teacher
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 4 2014 10:01 AM ]
Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich stepped down after being protested against for his intolerant views against same-sex marriage. Now some think this is reverse-intolerance.
Sparks from welders are thought to be the cause of a Boston fire that killed 2 firefighters and injured 13 people.
A mother in South Carolina could face 20 years to life in prison after her infant died of an overdose of morphine from her breast milk.
Former President George W. Bush has been getting crazy with the oil paints.
Have you heard of these firefly devices? Apparently they can screw up your water meter readings.
A child abuse prevention rally is scheduled to take place today at noon at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
City websites back on track after Anonymous unleashed a “cyber hurricane” this past weekend.
A political science professor from Johns Hopkins University wrote an analytical paper stating how Walter White was a “bad teacher” and a “failure.”
A man requested $140 from an ATM in Maine, but got $37,000 … can you point out its exact location on this map I'm holding?
V.22 No.33 | 8/15/2013
Beware the Internets
Delete on Reelz
By Devin D. O’Leary
Reelz is doing its damnedest to one-up Syfy in the cheap sci-fi disaster movie field. Recent stuff like Ring of Fire and CAT. 8 have proven Reelz is committed to the genre. Now comes Delete, which further hammers home the “we’re all going to die” point.
V.22 No.32 |
The Daily Word in auto thefts, baby creepers and the KKK
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Aug 14 2013 10:57 AM ]
APS to consider a new bathroom policy for transgender students.
Who's watching your baby? For these Houston parents, the answer was "some creepy hacker." He was also yelling at the baby.
Werner Herzog says "Don't text and drive." And it sounds awesome when he says it.
Wondering what Susana Martinez is spending your tax money on? New Mexico In Depth has compiled a searchable data base to answer that question.
A day in the life of the Ku Klux Klan.
Albuquerque thieves love to steal trucks.
And my favorite headline of the week: Goats are eating and peeing all over J. Edgar Hoover’s grave.
V.21 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Chinese hackers, faithful coyotes, super bright comets
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Oct 1 2012 9:22 AM ]
Washington confirms that White House computers were breached by Chinese hackers.
Boy Scouts of America to release their reports of found pedophiles to police.
That pesky asbestos just keeps coming up.
Which states get the most taxpayer money?
Board of Regents will hopefully reveal tonight why NMSU's president unexpectedly went on leave last week.
New comet discovered near Saturn may turn out to be among the brightest in history, possibly even outshining the moon in 2013.
Mirrors on easels look beautiful in the desert.
New study suggests that urban coyotes are 100% monogomous.
IKEA expresses regret over erasing women from catalogs shipped to Saudi Arabia.
V.21 No.12 |
The Daily Word in Angry Birds, hacktivists and arty nip slips
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 22 2012 10:37 AM ]
21 states—not N.M.— have stand-your-ground laws. In Florida, that law prevents the man who killed a teen from being arrested.
Islamic extremist shot in the head by French police after a gunfight.
President Obama stops in Lea County to talk about how he digs oil companies.
Survey says Americans think politicians are talking about religion too much.
Our own Rep. Steve Pearce pushes a national bill that would require drug testing for everyone receiving food stamps or unemployment benefits.
Three supermarket chains say no to pink slime.
Hacktivists steal more data than criminals.
Chase results in APD-involved shooting on Laguna land.
Romney's campaign is like an Etch A Sketch.
NASA helps Angry Birds developers understand space physics.
A regularly updated database of all the nipples on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Being bilingual makes you smarter.
Pianist covers all of Mastodon's metal concept album Leviathan.
Freestyle dough acrobatics at the World Pizza Games.
Why are there loud booms every night in Clintonville?
Doctor Who's next companion.
Never mind a dog. Get yourself a fox.
V.20 No.25 |
The Daily Word: Killer Clown For President, Baby Jumping, UFO over London
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Jun 29 2011 9:53 AM ]
Former Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez will run for congress.
Air quality alert issued for Albuquerque, so don't breathe between 4 and 8 tonight.
Taliban attack luxury hotel in Kabul.
Hackers expose Arizona police officers personal info.
Albuquerque named one of America's most sedentary cities.
Michelle Bachmann and John Wayne Gacy have a lot in common.
The company behind FarmVille and Mafia Wars is preparing for an IPO.
Some sort of devil jumping over babies party in Spain.
Read all about the first meteorite recorded in Egypt.
This Princess Diana issue of Newsweek is not at all weird.
Bill Clinton: Brony.
The Daily Beast could only think of eight appalling things about The Bachelorette.
Finally, a combination elliptical machine/office desk chair, and it's only $8,000!
Do gay bars make money?
Florida fishermen catch a 23-foot squid.
Your 4th of July menu.
Hipster Lord of The Rings is awesome.
One hundred mummies from the 16th century found buried in an Italian church.
Should we dig up Shakespeare to see if he smoked pot?
The mothership is in London.
V.20 No.22 |
The Daily Word: Alec Baldwin for Mayor, Upgrade Your iPhone Today, Mass-Grave In Texas
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Jun 8 2011 10:21 AM ]
Wallow Fire is creeping towards the NM state line.
Connecticut became the 13th state to decriminalize marijuana.
Two dogs die after being left in hot Animal Welfare vehicle.
Conservative activist group puts fake eviction notices on Detroit homeowners' doors.
Margaret Thatcher won't meet with Sarah Palin.
The owner of Steins Ghost Town was found shot to death.
The Texas mass-grave that wasn't.
Speaker of the House John Boehner more than doubled his monthly expense account.
Long list of sports figures who claimed their Twitter was hacked.
E. Coli infections in Tennessee.
New deep space images from the VLT Survey Telescope.
Alec Baldwin is considering running for mayor of New York City.
How to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 5 today!
Australia's Department of Defense claims to have lost all of it's UFO files.
One out of four US hackers is a FBI informant.
Good news for the 23,322 bittorrenters accused of sharing The Expendables.
10 video game facts about the late Macho Man Randy Savage.
Annual Winter Solstice Concert at First United Methodist Church
Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, Cantata BWV 151, a selection of beautiful Renaissance motets of the season and recent music from Irsee Monastery in Bavaria.
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