V.23 No.39 |
The Daily Word in Jeter's last game, pot lollipops and ghosts
Hear from those who are on the frontlines in the fight against the Ebola virus.
Derek Jeter played his last game for the New York Yankees and scored a game-winning hit.
Ferguson's police chief joined a march of protesters as a sign of solidarity; however, not everyone was happy about it.
An Oklahoma man decapitated a woman during a workplace fight.
A US Border Patrol agent was arrested for assaulting a 14-year-old boy because he had a cellphone while being detained.
City employees spoke to a manager of AutoZone about chemicals seeping into a nearby drain that runs into the Rio Grande.
Former APD Sgt. Adam Casaus is expected to take the stand today in his own defense after being accused of running a red light and killing a woman.
The federal government is set to pay Navajo Nation $554 million for mismanaging tribal resources.
A girl in Connecticut handed out pot-laced lollipops to her peers, one of whom was hospitalized.
V.23 No.38 | 9/18/2014
Odds & Ends
From Oklahoma to Oregon, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.34 |
The Daily Word in college woes, a handsy officer and BDSM
Kentucky firefighters were hurt while trying to perform the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge for charity.
Daniel Ken Holtzclaw, a 27-year-old police officer in Oklahoma City, has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting six women.
A Tallahassee federal judge ruled Florida's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
According to a new New York Times poll, most white people “reserve judgment” in regards to whether the Michael Brown shooting was justified. Blacks, on the other hand, stand firm that it was not.
Surprise, surprise: College students are wondering whether getting a degree is worth the cost and debt they'll undertake from acquiring it.
Today the APS board will interview four interim superintendents to take over for Winston Brooks, who resigned last Friday.
Alex Gallegos, an Albuquerque murder suspect, has been apprehended after a shootout on Wednesday afternoon that left several schools on lockdown and shut down Taylor Ranch Road.
A woman who was admitted to UNM Hospital and tested for Ebola is not infected with the virus. So don't be all paranoid.
According to police data: Despite recent acts of violence, Albuquerque is on course to have “far fewer” homicides this year than in past years. So … good news?
NSFW: In case you were curious, here are some photos of the dual lives of everyday people who practice BDSM. It beats 50 Shades, no?
V.23 No.33 | 8/14/2014
Odds & Ends
From Oklahoma to New York, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.32 | 8/7/2014
From Oklahoma to Alabama, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.23 No.29 | 7/17/2014
From Pennsylvania to Oklahoma, it’s funny because it happened to someone else.
V.22 No.43 |
The Daily Word in Britney Spears' scary tunes, shootout in Albuquerque and Conrad Murray's release
Conrad Murray, the doctor who was convicted for playing a role in Michael Jackson's death, was released from jail this morning.
Rock legend Lou Reed died yesterday in New York at the age of 71.
Four inmates escaped an Oklahoma jail by fleeing through a maintenance hatch in the shower.
Police in Phoenix, Ariz., think loud dog barks might have caused a man to kill four of his neighbors, two dogs and then himself.
Mingdong Chen, accused of stabbing a woman and her four children in Brooklyn, will be arraigned this morning on murder charges.
New Mexico professor Dr. Henry Oh, Ph.D, receives prestigious “Master Teacher of Honor” award.
Christopher Chase went on a shooting rampage on Saturday in Albuquerque, which left several officers wounded.
V.22 No.38 |
The Daily Word in Kenya's mall siege, the McCluskey trial and Viagra mishaps
“Breaking Bad” took home the big prize last night.
A hearing today for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is aiming to decide whether prosecutors will seek capital punishment for the Boston marathon bombing, since the state of Massachusetts does not have a death penalty.
A body found on Saturday evening in western New Mexico is believed to be an 83-year-old man by the name of Howard Bassett who went missing a week ago during a flood in Mogollon, but authorities haven't confirmed the identity.
The prosecution is scheduled to wrap up their case today in the trial of John McCluskey, who is accused of killing an Oklahoma couple in 2010.
Just some highlights from Albuquerque's mayoral debate, which was televised last night. The election happens on Oct. 8, so don't forget to cast your votes.
Let it be known that if you take too much Viagra, bad things can happen.
V.22 No.22 |
The Daily Word in China's fire, the Chavez case and bites on the buttocks
You have the right to remain silent, now take this cotton swab and swirl it around your mouth for a spell.
Michael Douglas says that you can get throat cancer from an STD. Who'd have thought?
A fire at a poultry plant in Dehui, China kills 119 and injures 50.
Three storm chasers killed in Oklahoma; among them was veteran storm chaser Tim Samaras.
After a lengthy SWAT standoff, police have arrested a father and son in connection with the murder of 8-year-old Sunni Reza.
New Mexico fire crews hope to have two fires (Pecos and Tres Lagunas) fully contained by the end of Monday.
The Levi Chavez trial breaks ground almost six years after the shooting of his wife, Tera Chavez.
Tonight, we say "NO!" to fireworks!
Man arrested for aggravated battery after biting his wife's butt.
V.22 No.20 |
The Daily Word in Rolling Stone Magazine's new boss, police oversight in Albuquerque and a deadly tornado
New Mexico's wild horses may wind up at the slaughterhouse.
Albuquerque is going to evaluate Albuquerque's police oversight system.
Keanu Reeves got a bit chubby.
The 22 year old son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner is now in charge of the magazine.
Taco Bell has a breakfast taco.
There's a lot of fake silk in Beijing.
Senate panel: Apple "among America's largest tax avoiders."
Can't get enough of that sponsored content!
Jimmy Page's unused soundtrack for Kenneth Anger's Lucifer Rising.
The Daily Word in transgender rights, twisters in the US and an arrested "Worm"
Weather experts warn that more devastating weather can be expected on Monday after tornadoes ripped through the U.S. from Texas all the way to Minnesota on Sunday, May 19.
Yahoo buys Tumblr, promises not to "screw it up."
Kim case adds focus to how the feds probed a working journalist.
Miranda Pacheco, who killed a bicyclist three years ago, is in jail again for reckless driving.
DEA claims that marketing heroin to teens is making Albuquerque's drug problems worse.
Protest to take place on Monday morning for Damian Garcia, a transgender student at St. Pius High School, over which cap and gown he will wear on graduation day.
"Worm" arrested for alleged assault and throwing a rival's moped into the ocean ...
V.21 No.44 |
The Daily Word in voting for Lance Kerwin, Chad Kroeger and baby goats.
Don't pee on your lawn in Oklahoma.
Chad Kroeger commands you to look at this photograph.
There's a man-eating leopard on the loose in Nepal.
Let's all try this glowing black light cocktail.
Five technological leaps are coming soon.
A Santa Fe boy didn't want to clean his room.
Albuquerque fire stations for sale.
The Ether Man is expected to plead guilty.
Happy birthday, Lance Kerwin.
V.20 No.15 |
The Daily Word 4.15.11: Ides of April
A man and his pig.
Bosque Farms cop investigated for stealing stuff from the department. Third in a year.
Tornado kills two in Oklahoma.
Meat contaminated with nasty bacteria.
Indiana House committee passes immigration bill.
World's first 3-D porno movie.
Arizona approves 'Birther' bill.
Brooke Mueller tries to pawn watch and stereo.
Marilyn Manson wants to be in Charles Manson biopic with Lindsay Lohan.
V.20 No.11 |
Straight outta Lawton
Part one in a series
I recently found out I am going to be a father. In order to take care of business, I will be returning to my favorite state, Oklahoma, where the baby, not yet among us, is going to be born. His or her mom lives there also.
I used to be a police reporter there. I was never bored. People got shot in the head and walked inside, retrieved a gun and shot back. Well, that might have happened once. Running gunfights between gang members were called "justified." That did happen. It was legal to shoot someone if they bothered you. This last one isn't true.
Oklahoma is crazy. Lawton is crazier. I should probably catch up on the local news, so I can be better prepared.
Comanche County Sheriff's Office detectives are investigating a bizarre report filed Friday in which he claims his wife has cheated him out of tens of thousands of dollars by taking donations for a fake company she claimed helped American firefighters in addition to lying about multiple pregnancies over the last several years.
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