I've been a part of the 93.1 KISS FM family since September of 2001. I am a proud El Pasoan who grew up in Central and graduated from Austin High School before eventually earning a Bachelor's Degree from Arizona State University. I tend to keep things on the lighter side and don't take myself all that seriously. Chances are you'll find me enjoying great food and a drink or two at a local establishment. If you happen to see me out and about please say hi. I'd love to share a laugh or two with you.
Aaron and Alvin Jones Start Youth Foundation
Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers is partnering with is brother Alvin Jones on a new foundation that will help youngsters in both El Paso and Milwaukee.
El Paso Bookseller Named 3rd Greatest Bookstore in Texas
An El Paso bookstore was just named as one of the best bookstores in the entire state by AAA Texas.
Popular Mexican Halloween Candy
El Paso is sitting on a gem with it comes to Halloween candy because we also have the luxury of experiencing Mexican candy.
Local Resource for Breast Cancer Info on National Mammography Day
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and today is National Mammography Day. Here's a great source pointing you to some great local resources.
List of Things to be Annoyed About on National Grouch Day
Every time you take a look at a calendar, it brings to light to a new national something day and today, October 15, just so happens to be National Grouch Day.
Supreme Court Ruling Allows Census to Conclude on Thursday
The Supreme Court ruled that it will allow the federal government to end the 2020 Census count on Thursday, October 15 which is earlier than originally planned.
Pink Pineapples Are Now a Thing but They’re Not Cheap
Consumers who are looking for something sweet, familiar, but still exotic can now purchase pink pineapples but it won’t come cheap.
Additional Medical Personnel, PPE Sent to El Paso
Governor Abbott is allocating additional medical resources to the area in an effort to support local hospitals and health care workers.
YWCA’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event Going Virtual
The YWCA’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event which raises funds to provide resources and support to domestic abuse survivors will be going virtual this year.
Mount Cristo Rey Pilgrimage Officially Cancelled
The annual Mount Cristo Rey pilgrimage scheduled for October 25 has been cancelled for this year.
School Districts to Benefit from Grant Meant to Support Teachers
Six local districts will receive support in recruiting, training, and retaining teachers due $1.36 million grant and partnership between various entities.
Airport Conducing Fire Training This Week, No Cause for Concern
The Airport will be conducting live fire training exercises this week and the public should not be alarmed if they see smoke and emergency vehicles in the area.