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V.22 No.29 |

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The Daily Word in clogged drains, pushed off the bay bridge, third in line to the throne and someone else's whiskey

The Daily Word

New Mexico basketball coach has her rape charges dismissed due to technicality.

There's nowhere for the rain to go in Albuquerque.

Eight activists from the National Immigrant Youth Alliance orchestrated their detainment as an act of civil disobedience at the border in Nogales.

Bryan Cranston is Bryan Cranston as Heisenberg.

Why the UK's proposal to filter all online pornography (unless you opt-in for porn) is stupid.

The news station that broadcast the obviously fake names of the Asiana 214 pilots is trying to erase the broadcast from the internet. Good luck with that.

David Cameron says "they'll make wonderful parents." Up-to-the-minute coverage of the royal baby.

China has banned the construction of official buildings....

Man drinks 102,000 dollars worth of someone else's rare whiskey.

A woman's vehicle went off the Chesapeake Bay bridge.

You are not supposed to click on this link.

V.22 No.28 |

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The Daily Word in creepy gun technology, fudged water samples and an arroyo fail

The Daily Word

An Albuquerque arroyo was washed down an arroyo yesterday

Ruidoso water treatment plant employees manipulated water samples before testing.

Santa Fe is initiating a pilot program that will place qualifying addicts in treatment rather than in jail when they are arrested.

You may now purchase a rifle with the same "lock-on-target" capabilities as jet fighters. If you have to ask, you can't afford it.

Zeta cartel leader "#40" Miguel Morales was busted. He is a number. He is not a free man.

The source was Betty Humpter, yet this TV station ran these supposed names of the Asiana Flight 214 pilots anyway.

This is where secret identities come from.

"He was weird."

Japanese schoolgirl and boy demonstrate the many uses for this exoskeleton suit.

Another case of Transient Global Amnesia.