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V.24 No.18 | 4/30/2015

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The Daily Word in murder trials, police brutality and devastation in Nepal

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A devastating earthquake in Nepal has left the death toll at over 4,000 and rising.

It also sparked an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Other natural disasters around the world this weekend included a giant tornado in Texas, heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan, killing dozens, and volcanic ash blanketing the Chilean town of Ensenada.

Russian hackers have been reading the President's emails.

The mastermind behind Silk Road is being charged in the overdose deaths of six customers.

McDonald's expects to have closed at least 700 stores by the end of 2015.

The James Holmes murder trial is set to begin today, almost three years after the mass shooting occurred in a Colorado movie theater.

In other Colorado news, mayhem erupted at a carnival in Colorado Springs over the weekend.

This APD Officer has a lot of explaining to do.

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The Daily Word in Inhabitants of Burque on Gawker in Ferguson, an APS social media policy and Tim King Burger Horton's

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Gawker (and the rest of America) is trying to figure out the who/what/where&whys of local "Inhabitants of Burque" Facebook magnate Leo York and his being in Ferguson, MO.

APD is hiring a professor at UNM's Institute for Social Research to find out what the hell is up with those lapel cams that rarely seem to work.

The US Defense Department's "1033" program, which unloads military surplus to police departments around the country, is under scrutiny as citizens wake up to the fact that local police departments are extremely militarized.

APS has instituted a social media policy in the wake of superintendent Brooks' resignation.

Burning Man was rained out, man.

Burger King and Canadian doughnut institution Tim Horton's are merging and some Canadians are kind of upset about it.

This non-Swede has been living as an artist in Sweden, unable to be deported for nearly 10 years because he has amnesia and no can figure out his nationality.

The Emmys were last night and people are surprised that comedian and babe Sarah Silverman was probably high. No, really.

There's a device for sale that will prevent the airline seat in front of you from reclining and also can start fights.

Check out this extensive list of booking rates for bands and celebrities.

The Chinese government made a weird cartoon film called "Fragrant Concubine" intended to quell Uighur unrest in northwestern China but which will likely just piss off Uighurs even more.

Someone in Maine caught a rare blue lobster.

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The Daily Word in Scoville, Sheardown, Asperger's and Smith

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Former Republican Congressional candidate Gary Smith is accused of slashing more tires than those of his opponent Janice Arnold-Jones.

Albuquerque police officers don't always turn on their lapel cameras.

Is Governor Susana Martinez trying to throw a wrench in New Mexico's Medical Cannabis Program?

Time Warner ditched Current TV after Al-Jazeera purchased it.

"The Widower" curry dish has six million Scoville units. Cayenne pepper has about 40,000 Scoville units.

No more Asperger's syndrome.

John Sheardown, a Canadian war hero and key player in six Americans' escape from Tehran in 1980, died last Sunday.

This Navy film about the dangers of bath salts will infotain you.