• Three years after being indicted for embezzlement and other crimes, former NMSOS Rebecca Vigil-Giron was still waiting for her trial. District judge says, "Forgetaboutit!"
• The Texas Tech Lady Raiders invaded The Pit last night. The Lobos have been on the losing end of a 13-2 record for the rivalry. Well, "Forgetaboutit!" Lobos win a squeaker, 65-61.
• The Post Office is hiring here, but the jobs don't look too good: $12.38 to $16/hour and NO benefits. But, as I was told once as a teenager, "Keep it up kid and we might hire you full-time!"
• A gem from the Free Stuff section on Craig's List: a nice-looking Kawai organ in good condition. (I deleted my attempt at a smart sounding "organ in good condition" comment, but it had to do with looking for work.)
• The FBI enters the Mary Han case. Finally someone we trust taking a look at this.
• As if a 5-hour wait to vote wasn't enough, Republicans get a judge to stop the vote count in Sandoval County. What a mess…and why are they still counting ballots?
• Take the afternoon off. The Lobo men play University of Illinois-Chicago this afternoon at 2:00 on the CBS Sports Network.
• Local start-up makes major fiber-optic breakthrough.
• APS says "NO" to classroom refrigerators and microwaves. Teachers have less than a half hour to take their children to the cafeteria and then eat…with one microwave in the teachers' lounge for maybe 50 people. "Forgetaboutit!"
• Hanna Skandera and Sen. John Arthur Smith weigh in on test scores.