V.23 No.41 |
The Daily Word in a Burger King attack, haunted houses and a scary teacher
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Oct 10 2014 9:45 AM ]
Feeling antsy? Head to the San Gabriel Mountains outside Los Angeles. President Obama just declared them a national monument. So they'll still be there.
A man from New York was released from prison after serving 15 years for assault, but he was shot 15 minutes later. He's currently recovering in the hospital.
Apparently, it's okay to have a haunted house. But it's not okay to have a room dedicated to serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
Hiker Paula Reuter, who'd been missing for three days after she went for a hike in the Washington Mountains, was found alive and well. She survived on mushrooms and tree bark.
MMA fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller finally surrendered after an hours-long SWAT stand-off in Orange County.
This morning, a crash involving the Rail Runner left two people dead. This story is still being updated.
A Santa Fe teacher from El Camino Real Academy has been placed on leave after allegedly threatening to kill a student.
Many state employees are learning that just because the courts order back paychecks doesn't mean they're going to show up.
Two swatting incidents happened in ABQ in September. Authorities want the public to know it's not a prank and can be fatal.
A man is suing Burger King after the manager of one of its locations attacked him with a stun gun and switchblade for complaining about cold onion rings.
V.20 No.31 |
The Daily Word 8.6.11: The new trend is "swatting," kids; Australian collar bomb hoax; Cha Cha is dead.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Aug 6 2011 8:05 PM ]
The last American harmonica factory is closing.
Transgendered TSA agent files suit against TSA for treating her like a man.
What the lower U.S. credit rating might mean.
Austrian drain pipe hotel.
Smuggling pot in an ultralight....
Half of a missing early Hitchock film was found in New Zealand.
Cha Cha from Grease, aka Annette Charles, died.
AfroBrasil: Art and Identities at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Brazilian designer and photographer Paulo P. Lima, Ph.D. debuts his first national exhibition including a number of photographed images and dressed figurines that feature elements of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomblé.
Albuquerque Newcomers Club at Sandia Presbyterian Church
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