Shoppers suffered injuries and a Walmart sustained damage in Alabama during a major storm and possible tornado.
The color chartreuse is actually named after the liqueur, made by Carthusian Monks since the mid 1700s. They named the liqueur after their monastery located in the Chartreuse Mountains.
John McAfee of antivirus software fame was arrested and charged with a DUI in Tennessee. He was armed and super high. Check out his mug shot!
North Korea is creating its own time zone, proving that time is, indeed, non linear.
Been meaning to do some shopping? Take advantage of a tax-free weekend throughout the state, beginning today!
The robot that successfully hitchhiked across Europe and Canada is being rebuilt after it was "murdered" in Philly.
Oliver Hardy of the comedy duo Laurel & Hardy died on this date back in 1957.
A Texas resident was the first person to have a partial skull and scalp transplant.
Happy Donut Day! Here are a few creative ways to show your love for donuts.
In local news, a Walmart shopper on Coors unknowingly gave a rabid bat-hitchhiker a lift on her motorized wheelchair.
A man broke into a home in Hobbs, baked himself a potato, and did some yard work.
A 91-year-old man backed into a garage door for kicks.
Several dozen politicians and mobsters were arrested in Rome yesterday as the Mayor cracks down on organized crime.
Two years after he blew the whistle on the NSA, Edward Snowden is seeing the fruits of his efforts.
In Myanmar, President Obama gave a talk on immigration and said he can't “stand by” and wait for Congress to act.
A Dallas teacher was forced to resign after posting “racially charged” tweets laced with derogatory statements about the Michael Brown shooting.
According to the Pew Research Center, 40 percent of new marriages in the US are remarriages.
Police in Los Angeles arrested 23 people outside a Walmart who were protesting low wages and “its retaliation against employees who pushed for better working conditions.”
A woman who owns a horse ranch in Placitas found a dead horse in a storage room on the facility. It's not exactly The Godfather, but it's enough to make you lose your lunch.
Seven years later, the case of the missing man who left his severed penis on a doorstep is still unsolved.
A former teacher, Albuquerque Public Schools and two principals are being sued for a string of sexual abuse allegations.
Some kids see ghosts. Some kids have imaginary friends. This one thinks he's a reincarnated marine.
I did not want to drive to Ghetto Smith’s. Sometimes that place is okay, but there is always the chance I will run into someone I know. Without a clean scramble suit to put on for show, that thought made me itchy all over.
Walmart is closer, at the end of a street that's mostly houses—except for the intersection, where there was a wreck. A broken telephone pole was left behind afterward; two weeks later, it's still there. One time I saw a dead dog on the median nearby, but it was gone after a few minutes.
It's still a veritable oasis where I live. One of the houses has a grip of datura plants coming up in their compost pile. There is still some grass here and there, but mostly folks let the lawns wither. For ground cover there is a lot of London rocket weed this time of year, if you don’t like lava rocks.
Most afternoons and evenings, seven out of 10 houses depicted in this narrative setting are playing the teevee. Even over in my two-person people’s republic, things won’t go dark until the yearly beisbol ritual is completed in October.
I still could not find anything decent to soak up today, tube-wise. I needed a package of black, plastic garbage bags to keep up my end of the social contract. I made a deal with my personal gasoline-powered shuttlecraft and roared off toward the blue behemoth. The Radiohead EP my wife left in the player began where it left off. Something, something about white teeth.
I rolled into the parking lot just as Thom Yorke started going on about selling your suit and tie. I’ll be damned about the next part, but some lanky dude the size of Texas came bolting out of the store at the same time; it was a close one. He gave me a stare, and his blue eyes were practically throbbing out of orbit as he bounded over the hood.
The guy kept running and running. I parked the car. Inside were seedless watermelons, loaves of angel food cake and enough toilet paper to save an army. Plus the garbage bags were on sale. On the way back, I turned the volume down to practically nothing at all. I listened to the engine and scoured the road for signs of home.
An Albuquerque landlord is making a tenant live without heat.
Someone got a picture of a skinwalker.
Find out why customer service is so bad at Walmart.
Pensacola, Florida wants to make it illegal for homeless persons to use blankets.
Chuck D. will be 2014's Record Store Day ambassador.
Some politicians in Sweden want to speed up the Julian Assange case.
Taos District Attorney says the New Mexico State Trooper who shot at the traffic-stop mom won't face criminal charges.
Local home movie footage of JFK's 1962 visit to Albuquerque.
UNM has doubled the cost of parking at Lobo games.
The DEA says a Pagosa Springs businessman with ties to Albuquerque is suspected (but not accused) of laundering significant amounts of drug money through his hot springs resort.
Walmart has provided donation boxes in Walmart stores to raise money to help Walmart employees in need over the holidays.
"Selfie" is the Oxford Dictionary word of the year.
Not all Swedes can piss in Jagger's mouth.
The best. James Brown. Interview. EVER.
Relieved passengers of the Triumph are finally off the ship and headed home.
Bernalillo County Metro Court had 120 weddings scheduled yesterday.
Oscar Pistorius is now facing charges of premeditated murder.
Two more New Mexico children have died from the Flu. This brings the overall death toll up to 89.
Brangelina are entering the wine-making business.
The Farmington police are looking for a man who apparently threw semen on at least two women.
President Obama and congressional leaders try one more time to make a plan for the fiscal crisis.
Los Lunas police look for leads in Christmas Walmart theft.
Entertainment 2012: The year that nothing really great happened.
Thanks to Pepsi you could join Beyonce on stage at the Super Bowl!
Old temple and ritual vessels found in Tel Motza, Israel.
The fate of two pit bulls in Santa Fe, who fatally mauled a chihuahua, was be decided in court.
I now present, for your viewing pleasure, Kevin Bacon made out of bacon.
It looks like Kate Winslet is headed to space.
The Dark Knight Rises was among the most pirated films of 2012.
Bad lip reading turns a One Direction song into a really awesome trailer for a foreign thriller film.
Someone stole a Navajo blanket from a Santa Fe resort.
Slate wrote the least entertaining Bigfoot piece ever.
Boxer Hector Camacho died from his gunshot wounds.
A naked guy spent three happy hours on top of a statue of Prince George in downtown London.
Have the remains of cruel and hunchbacked Richard III been found under a parking lot in Leicester?
Check out hacker syndicate Anonymous' video message to Karl Rove about stealing the Ohio election.
It is now law that people shall wear pants in the streets of San Francisco.
On this day in 1864 aristocratic dwarf Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born.
In the edition on stands now, Jessica Cassyle Carr wrote an opinion article about the big-box megachain planning to plop a store in one of the most pastoral parts of the city.
The move, Cassyle Carr writes, shows disastrous lack of foresight. But the city’s never said no to Walmart.
This issue will be on the agenda of tonight’s Council meeting at 5 p.m. in the Vincent E. Griego chambers in the basement of City Hall. You can also view it on GOV TV 16 or at cabq.gov/govtv.
The fluorescently-lit caverns of despair known as Walmart Stores aims to build another one at Coors and Montaño. This is a particularly troubling notion due to the site’s proximity to the bucolic Bosque at Rio Grande Valley State Park, the Bosque School and master designer Antoine Predock’s first major project, La Luz. A big box store is inappropriate for the location for many reasons—aside from land use, traffic and crime are also concerns—and if the development comes to pass it represents a gut-wrenching lack of foresight and self-respect on the part of the city. Residents in the area don’t want the Walmart and have been fighting the retail behemoth for months. The Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Association, which has the support of dozens of other neighborhood associations from around the city, created againstthewal-