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V.25 No.40 | 10/06/2016

News

The Daily Word in the legislature, donut stealing, the Whirlaway and catching bass with half a nightcrawler

The Daily Word

Here's the latest news from the special legislative session happening at the NM Roundhouse this week, including budget cut approvals and the reinstatement of the death penalty.

Here is a preview of the coming gridiron battle between our glorious Lobo Football team and the Boise State Broncos.

Meanwhile, a New Mexican man was arrested in Nueva York for allegedly stealing a donut.

Also in today's news, a couple from Florida is visiting our Balloon Fiesta for the 27th time along with their lofty ride, the Whirlaway.

Excel Energy has completed work on a high-voltage electrical transmission line that will serve customers in the Eastern part of this state.

Proactively addressing climate change is a thing at UNM-Taos.

And speaking of our flagship university, NM's congressional delegation announced that UNM will receive a grant "to provide training, licensing and induction services to Native Americans interested in pursuing a career in education."

Kirtland Air Force Base is celebrating its 75th anniversary.

Los Alamos National Laboratories will soon stop disposing of low-level nuclear waste onsite, say recent reports.

Just last week, Nancy Armijo caught and released a 14-inch largemouth bass while fishing the south end of the Central Pond at Tingley Beach. She was using half a nightcrawler as bait.

V.25 No.38 | 09/22/2016

News

The Daily Word in Sandy and Perez, Space and Missile Systems, Green Chile Cheeseburgers and Johnny Mango

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Here, the Durango Herald provides some details regarding the murder trial of former APD policemen Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez.

Last week at Burque's National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, representatives of the Kirtland Air Force Base Space and Missile Systems Center Advanced Systems and Development Directorate "showcased their work" to local citizens and students.

Robert Trapp, at the Rio Grande Sun, writes that it's a bad idea to close highway visitor centers across the state.

As part of a series on “Transformative Events and Processes in New Mexico’s Colonial History,” UNM Taos will be screening the new animated documentary “Frontera! Revolt and Rebelión on the Río Grande," tonight in Taos from 6-8pm.

The Feds say it will take 20 years and nearly $4 billion to clean up "legacy" nuclear waste at Los Alamos National Labs. A nuke watchdog group says those figures have been vastly underestimated.

The best green chile cheese burger at this year's New Mexico State Fair was the Laguna Burger.

Earlier this morning, I-25 near the Budaghers exit was shut down because a truck was leaking liquid oxygen. The hazmat situation has since been resolved and traffic flow restored.

The New Mexico Department of Health says overdose deaths in New Mexico have mostly declined over the past year.

Debate and change continue with regard to the University of New Mexico's controversial official seal.

DCF blogger Johnny Mango visited Navajo Lake and caught three rainbow trout.

V.25 No.29 | 07/21/2016

The Daily Word in Democratic National Convention, nuclear waste, and New York public transit closures

The Daily Word

The FBI is investigating a Russian cyber-attack on the Democratic National Committee that happened over the weekend, and led to the resignation of DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Sunday.

The Democratic National Convention begins today in Philadelphia. You can read live coverage of it here.

There was another shooting at a Florida nightclub late last night. 2 people were killed.

A Texas-based radioactive waste storage company is eyeing a spot in southeastern New Mexico for a new storage facility.

The L train, which carries thousands of New Yorkers between Brooklyn and Manhattan each day, will shut down in 2019 for a year and a half to repair damage done by Hurricane Sandy. This will be the largest disruption in the transit system's history.

The once-powerful web company Yahoo is getting bought by Verizon for $4.83 billion.

V.23 No.48 | 11/27/2014

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Jesse Schulz

La Jicarita

Welcome to Albuquerque

Nuclear meltdown capital of the world

Weekly Alibi’s latest collaboration with environmental politics journal La Jicarita examines a source of serious discontent, the radioactive contents of the Sandia Mixed Waste Landfill.
V.21 No.16 | 4/19/2012
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Feature

Greg Mello and Trish Williams-Mello

Greg Mello and Trish Williams-Mello have made standing up to the nuclear industry a way of life.

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V.21 No.4 |

NEWS

The Daily Word in fire fighting drug traffickers, nuclear waste, National Good Day Day and Juan Epstein, r.i.p.

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An AFD firefighter was indicted on federal drug trafficking charges Friday.

There is a new commission trying to figure out what to do with thousands of tons of nuclear waste in America.

Gwynyth Doland is the new head of the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government.

Are Yelp and other crowdsourcing tools wrecking your chances for good time?

This guy figured out when Ice Cube actually did have that good day.

Here's a helpful guide about the American film industry's long-standing resistance to new technology.

The Pentagon wants a super-commando-mothership... and its name is the U.S.S. Ponce?

Uggs are banned at this Pennsylvania middle school.

Oakland Mayor tells Occupy Oakland protesters to "stop using Oakland as its playground." 300 arrested.

This physician wanted to reanimate George Washington using a bellows, fire and lamb's blood.

Cats in sinks photo gallery.

Robert Hegyes, Welcome Back Kotter's Juan Epstein died.

The Star Trek house may be dismantled and sold. By the builder's ex-wife.

On this day in 1880 W.C. Fields was born.

V.19 No.35 |

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The Daily Word 09.02.10: Another Gulf rig explodes, chain-smoking 2-year-old, no creator

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Another offshore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded.

Hurricane Earl is growing and heading for North Carolina.

Stephen Hawking says God didn't create the universe.

Woman's body found on a NE Heights sidewalk. She was 30.

Pipe bomb in a Rio Rancho apartment complex.

Privately owned prisons in N.M. haven't paid fines for understaffing.

More people in N.M. don't like the boosted war effort in Afghanistan.

LANL OK'd to build a staging facility for nuclear waste.

Families say Santa Fe police threatened them with deportation when they wouldn't cooperate in an investigation.

Chain-smoking 2-year-old quits.

Look how much BP spent trying to clean up … its image.

Stop the press! Some women like having small breasts.

Have a DIY drink.