V.24 No.15 | 4/9/2015
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
From Ohio to Idaho, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.40 | 10/2/2014
Odds & Ends
By Renee Chavez, Constance Moss and Carl Petersen
From China to Idaho, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.22 No.32 |
The Daily Word in 'stop-and-frisk,' DiMaggios' legacy and Gilligan's leadership
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Aug 12 2013 10:42 AM ]
A U.S. district judge has ruled New York's “stop-and-frisk” procedures unconstitutional due to unfair racial profiling.
Some luxury resort condominiums collapsed in a massive sinkhole near Disney World. So far no injuries have been reported.
After James L. DiMaggio was shot dead over the weekend, resulting in Hannah Anderson being found safe in Idaho, authorities reveal that DiMaggio's father once held a teenager at gunpoint in the '80s.
After spending a year and a half in a coma, Dutch Prince Johan Friso died this morning.
Hey Mr. DJ, is this your equipment we found on Craigslist?
Let the record show that if you wave a stun gun at your son in the front yard, you're probably going to get probation.
The city introduced a plan to provide $2.4 million a year to rebuild APD. The bill will be brought to the public at the Aug. 19 City Council meeting.
Just a few leadership lessons from Vince Gilligan, creator of AMC's “Breaking Bad.”
A woman looking to get new boobs takes to the streets!
V.20 No.18 | 5/5/2011
Music to Your Ears
By Summer Olsson
You’re not alone if you hear the word “Idaho” and your brain replies “potatoes,” but I am going to let you in on a little secret. Recently coerced into a trip to Boise (long story), I discovered it is actually a very cool little city. The locals we met were friendly, stopping what they were doing to have long chats with us. Cabbies were cheerful and gave unsolicited, but appreciated, history lessons. Beautiful brick buildings from the late-19th and early-20th centuries comprise the downtown, and street art—some municipally sanctioned—is prevalent. The compact city center is host to dozens of independent coffee shops, restaurants and bars, many using local ingredients. One of my favorite (and weirdest) discoveries was that the Bittercreek Alehouse—besides offering delicious local food and brews in a classy atmosphere, keeps a huge worm farm in the basement where almost all of the waste of the establishment is recycled.
V.20 No.9 |
The Daily Word: Roundhouse, APD $$$, plastics release estrogen?
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 3 2011 9:09 AM ]
Libyan rebels won the oil port yesterday, but Qaddafi launched an airstrike this morning. Civil war could be around the corner.
Prime minister appointed by Mubarak quits; protesters plan Friday demonstrations about unmet demands.
Rio Rancho father of a fallen soldier reacts to the Supreme Court ruling that allows people to picket funerals. A Kansas-based church protested outside his son's funeral years ago.
APS superintendent and governor spar over budget.
Serious procedural throwdown in the House over driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants late last night.
A bill to limit state film $$$ made it out of the House.
Some APD officers make more than the mayor by doubling their salaries with overtime.
Someone called a Gallup jail pretending to represent the sheriff and got an accused murderer out of jail.
Lasers can be tractor beams.
Idaho: The caviar state.
EPA studies edited by the oil and gas industry through political pressure.
Most plastics release chemicals that are like estrogen, according to a study.
Nano spy-cam hummingbird.
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