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Murdered man dressed as a woman

Does it really matter if the person beaten to death was wearing a dress or a suit, the fact is that they were beaten to death! You don't have to agree with their lifestyle, you don't have to agree with the way they chose to dress, the plain and simple fact is a human life was lost in one of the most painful ways possible... Man's inhumanity to Man. Intolerance and hatred should have no place in this society. To the friends and family of Teri my heart goes out to you and I hope those responsible suffer the maximum penalty allowed by law.  (Jul 7, 2009 | post #25) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Funeral services pending for murdered boy

Actually from what was on the raw footage the Zia Governor asked for the money raised to be turned over for use in burial costs, they have taken control of it already. This was after French Mortuary offered to chip in on the costs.  (May 22, 2009 | post #109) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Ice cream truck driver accused of luring boys for sex acts

Not quite off the streets they said he bonded out last night so he's on the streets waiting  (May 22, 2009 | post #2) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Semi crash blocks WB I-40 Friday morning

From the trucking side of it the company who's truck was involved may not have a terminal or any empty trucks and trailers in town. If their terminal or closest available truck is in Dallas or Denver for example that's 10 - 11 hours drive away and when the driver gets here they can only legally work another 4 hours before they have to take a 10 hour break. That's if the driver can make it in the time they have available to drive that day on their log books, if not then it'll take 10 hours longer to get there. Certain household products that you buy over a certain weight or volume is defined as hazardous materials, that requires special handling. It's not only then the problem of moving the wreck off the road but making sure the cargo and the fuel if it's leaking doesn't get into the ground water. They have to get someone in to remove the contaminated soil and make arrangements for it to be disposed of properly. The insurance investigators have to get there to take measurements and photo's. The driver is taken for drug and alcohol testing and placed out of service until the results are back and they're released. As for comparing it to other states, I've seen it be longer in some places then others it all depends on the location.  (May 22, 2009 | post #23) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Semi crash blocks WB I-40 Friday morning

I drove those trucks for over 10 years and 1.25 million miles no accidents, my husband's working on his 2nd million miles now. If you want to compare close calls and speeding/reckless drivers would you like to hear about the guy in the imported sports car who came onto the interstate in Chicago and went under my trailer at 50mph, he could have killed hundreds of people if he'd hit the fuel tank under my trailer and damaged the hazardous materials I was hauling. By the way the officer behind us gave him the ticket not me. Maybe you'd like to hear about the family who parked their RV in the emergency exit ramp so the kids could play in the sand, the driver that swerved trying to avoid the kids when their ball went into the traffic lane died when he went off the side of the mountain in West Virginia. Or let's bring this closer to home, how about the kids in the pickup going east up Sedillo Hill who thought it was fun to pull in front of the trucks and slam on their brakes then speed up and laugh. They didn't think it was so funny when they stalled and nearly got hit when they did it to my student. Not everyone behind the wheel of a truck is dangerous, there's more then a fair share of people in other vehicles who need to think before they do something stupid.  (May 22, 2009 | post #17) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Semi crash blocks WB I-40 Friday morning

Most truckers are responsible family men and women just the same as you or anyone else you'll find on the road, it's the minority that you hear about not the majority. Do you think all teachers are abusive after seeing that one drag a child down the hallway? probably not. Do you think all priests are child molesters because of the ones you see on the news or in the paper? again probably not. You say put everything back on the rail, fine how are you going to get the stuff you need in the stores from the rail yard to where they're going? Not very economic to have a bunch of pickup trucks sitting there waiting to unload.  (May 22, 2009 | post #11) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Toribio waives reading of charges

What conscience would that be, the one where she walked up to the cops and told them what she did or the one that had her lie about who she was and where her child was until they proved otherwise? That 10 or 15 years in prison that we as tax payers have to fund for her isn't going to be cheap. You know that county in Arizona that houses their inmates in tents is looking very attractive as a punishment for her right now  (May 22, 2009 | post #15) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Raw video: APD buried boy news conference

My heart goes out to the officers and others who did everything in their power to find this person. I know it wasn't easy for you, I know this is not one of those cases you can look back on and feel happy. You did a fantastic job, you brought him to life again and give Ty a face so others could identify him. Your work isn't done with all the reports and everything you have to do to make sure the "mother" gets convicted. I for one would like to thank you all for your dedication, you commitment to finding who did this and hope that you all have help dealing with the emotions you're going through.  (May 21, 2009 | post #22) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Funeral services pending for murdered boy

So we're supposed to feel sorry for a 23 year old woman who'd rather party then take care of her own child? At 23 I had two children, had emigrated to another country legally and was holding down a job and raising my family. At 23 years old you know the difference between right and wrong, she knew what she was doing was wrong that's why she did CPR and brought him back to life. She wasn't "wandering the streets", that night she'd said she was going to turn herself in so APD blanketed the area. They had been looking for her since early on in the investigation going to places she was known to go. When they found her she denied who she was. Let the tribe take care of the soul of this child in their own traditions, put her in general population so we don't have to pay for her to be housed and fed for the next 60 years.  (May 21, 2009 | post #63) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Michelle's dress....

Ok so probably none of us would have chosen to wear the dress/shoes/gloves that she did. I will confess that when I saw the lemongrass dress my first thought was along the lines of she tried to dress like Jackie and didn't quite get it. But at least she didn't change gowns for every ball they went to the way Nancy did or this thread would have got real confusing trying to keep track of them all  (Jan 21, 2009 | post #108) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Is Christmas Time hard for you this year?

As far as I'm concerned you have nothing to apologize for AZ, we don't know each other and you had no way of knowing about the health problems I have. And you're still right, there are others in worse shape then I am  (Dec 19, 2008 | post #47) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Is Christmas Time hard for you this year?

Thank you Molly I'm not giving up, not now, not ever, I'm hoping the researchers don't give up either as they don't have a cure for COPD yet. I have a beautiful granddaughter who'll be 1 year old next month I've yet to meet, and a handsome grandson who'll be 3 to go bowling with even though he already scores more then I do lol. A very blessed and happy Christmas to you too Molly :)  (Dec 19, 2008 | post #45) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

congressional pay raise

You're righ they did and once again they either didn't vote or voted for the cost of living increase. From the same article on In the House of Representatives, Rep. Jim Matheson's (D-Utah, 2nd) motion to bring the pay raise to a separate vote was rejected 240-173. The Senate must still pass the bill and it must then be signed by President Bush before the pay raises can take effect. Individual members are free to refuse their pay increases, and some choose to do so.  (Dec 19, 2008 | post #8) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

Is Christmas Time hard for you this year?

You're right there's always someone worse off then we are, a little harshly put but true none the less. The question asked here was Is Christmas time hard for you this year, and for many of us for various reason's the answer is yes. Reading the comments that other people have left here has made me more thankful for what I do have, and because of the things they've shared I don't feel so alone. I'm warm in the winter and cool in the summer, have enough food and clothes, a roof over my head and good doctors working to keep me going for a few years longer. I'm not looking for pity, I know that my health isn't going to get any better and my time is limited, I'm just hoping that I continue to have more good days then bad and that I can be with my family for the time I have left.  (Dec 19, 2008 | post #43) Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico

congressional pay raise

From Want a raise? Don't beg to your boss. Just vote yourself one. That's what the United States Congress just did. For the fifth year in a row, lawmakers voted not to reject their automatic "cost of living" raise that will increase the annual salary of members by $3,400 to a total of $158,103 per year. Senate still has to pass it and it's still got to be signed by the President, individual members can choose to not get it and some have.  (Dec 19, 2008 | post #3)

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