V.29 No.34 | 8/20/2020
Dan Pennington Opinion Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Crimemapping.com makes knowing your neighbor easier than ever The places we call home can go through growth spurts, seeing new developments bring an increase of homeowners to the area and changing or shifting the demographic of the neighborhood completely. Do you know your neighborhood as well as you think you do?
V.29 No.1 | 1/2/2020
Courtesy Nasa.gov Commentary News Lab 2020 The crime, the police, the solutions Law enforcement should be a community-positive, readily recognizable, mutually coordinated series of events.
V.28 No.49 | 12/5/2019
On Assignment Make Up Your Mind Runoff election offers choices for our city After the discovery that the city's crime statistics erred on the side of optimism and as we approach the runoff election for City Council Districts 2 and 4, we asked candidates to speak to the issues of crime and homelessness in The Duke City.
V.26 No.48 | 11/30/2017
News Editorial Murder Was The Case City homicide rate reflects bigger issues Although many will argue that there is no way to prevent murder, much can be done to stem the flow of blood in our streets, beginning with better treatment and reintegration services for our city’s poor and displaced.
V.26 No.16 | 4/20/2017
Wayne Johnson for Mayor Candidate Q&A New Sheriff, New Town Wayne Johnson offers orderly and efficient solutions Mayoral candidate Wayne Johnson believes the DOJ consent decree is limiting APD's ability to fight crime.
V.25 No.1 | 1/7/2016
Illustration by Tamara Sutton Opinion Toward a Peaceful Life in Burque I don't want to dream about what a fantastic place Albuquerque could be; I want to live in the place that I expect our town to become: diverse, growing and ultimately, safe and peaceful.
Robert Maestas Newscity Marijuana Legalization Considered News from around the state.
V.24 No.12 | 03/19/2015
news The Daily Word in the crimes of Blanco Diablo
Good morning, it’s Wednesday, March 25
and drug dealer Eugene Crane, aka “Blanco Diablo” aka “The Boogie Man,” has been arrested for allegedly wrapping the body of one of his customers in plastic and then dumping her in an empty lot near Roller Skate City after the woman overdosed.
Before dumping her, but after she died, he allegedly made time to join his family for dinner,
Geologists with the United States Air Force are set to begin construction on a well to extract poisonous chemicals from Albuquerque’s water supply.
The well will be located in a church parking lot, right next to the basketball court,
the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg wonders if it’s time for
“the Jews to leave Europe,”
a Detroit eviction crew discovered the corpses of
two children stashed in a deep freeze inside of a vacant apartment. The mother of the children has been taken into custody,
in some of the least depressing news to come out of Iraq,
ISIS apparently blew up Saddam Hussein's tomb,
a baby eagle hatched
live on eagle-cam,
and a restaurant in Africa has closed down
after attracting negative attention for their “no blacks” policy.
V.24 No.8 | 02/19/2015
news The Daily Word in Men's Rights, cryptozoology, PARCC and Tom Joles
Good morning, it’s Wednesday, February 25,
and KOB anchorman Tom Joles
is having a time-out after a rumored physical altercation with one of his fellow reporters,
it turns out that
even beatniks can be beautiful,
a GQ reporter visited a “Men’s Rights” conference and found out that those guys are
kind of a bunch of assholes,
2 million cars in the US are outfitted with remote-shut-off technology that
can, and has been, hacked,
aiming laser pointers at police helicopters remains a great way to get arrested,
even if you say you're sorry,
students and parents
continue to protest an upcoming standardized test,
and a local researcher says the uptick in chupacabra sightings is
due in part to global warming.
Have a great day!