Today Ferguson prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced at the press conference that the grand jury voted not to indict Officer Darren Wilson with the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. During the Q&A session after […]
The lake effect snow stormed in with a fury today. There is an estimate of over six feet of snow by the time this is done — and many areas of Buffalo […]
A woman in Torrance County, NM, stepped out onto her porch one day only to find a “dismembered male member.” Naturally she called 911 immediately.
Are you a fan of Men in Black, the original movie? This was the first thing I thought the first time I saw V Stiviano. This is the part in the movie when […]
New APD Deputy Chief finds it to be a “challenge” to be more civil to citizens. APD protest photos included.
If you have not heard, the Albuquerque Police Department has been under fire (pardon the pun) by both the public and the Department of Justice (DOJ) due to the abnormally high volume […]
One of the local news stories here in Albuquerque that has received much attention is a heart-breaking story. Little Omaree Varela, 9-years old, died due to a kick from his mother, Synthia […]
So when is it okay for a business owner to say “no” due to being offended? Would you do a job for a Neo-Nazi?
This hubbub in Arizona has raised a lot of questions, and anger. Personally, I think those that are supporting AZ SB 1062 are hiding behind the “Freedom of Religion” argument which they […]
SENATE BILL 1062 was passed by the Arizona Legislature on Thursday. A bill with the purpose of making it legal to discriminate, primarily towards same-sex couples. The “Anti-Gay” Bill is now on […]
I am completely sickened by this – George Zimmerman has listed on eBay a painting he created (an 18×24-inch canvas with a blue, waving American flag and the words, “God, one nation, […]
Interesting incident here. Just so happened it was outside of Taos, NM, so the local news heavily covered this story. And in following what seems to be the norm now, most news […]