V.19 No.40 | 10/7/2010
The Daily Word 10.5.10: laptops burning laps, sexy sesame street, loud SunChip bags
By Adam Fox [ Tue Oct 5 2010 10:35 AM ]
You could be a victim of toasted skin syndrome if you use your laptop on your ... lap.
The country’s most dangerous neighborhood is located in Chicago.
Students in Santa Fe have to wear ID badges to class with built-in tracking devices.
There are a lot of people in Miami that have no clue what 911 is for.
Six subway stations in NYC are going to be equipped with WiFi.
Now you can be Buxom Big Bird or Titillating Telly Monster with this new line of sexy Sesame Street costumes.
The Times Square almost-bomber gets a life sentence.
Early poll results show Diane Denish trailing Susana Martinez in the gubernatorial race.
Frito-Lay is changing its packaging on SunChips due to noise complaints.
Kids in Los Angeles can choose and pay for their school lunch by fingerprint.
A man plans to trek 300 miles in his Harley ... with no hands.
The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound at KiMo Theatre
A documentary film by Katrina Parks, followed by a Q&A with Dean Staley of KRQE TV.
20th Annual Albuquerque Railroad Fair at School Arts Bldg. at Expo New Mexico
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