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.
Costco Will be Bringing Back Wine Advent Calendars This Year
Costco is doing their part to give people something to look forward to this December by once again making a wine advent calendar available for sale.
Foot Locker Stores to Facilitate Voter Registration
Foot Locker announced that it will be repurposing their approximately 2,000 stores nation-wide to also serve as temporary voter registration centers.
International Border Crossing Restrictions Extended into October
US Customs and Border Protection officials announced restrictions on travel between the U.S. and Mexico has been extended to at least October 21, 2020.
Latest Order Loosens COVID Restrictions, Just Not for Bars
Governor Abbott announced the easing of COVID-19 restrictions put in place for businesses across the state. Bars must still remain closed though.
El Paso Film Festival Will be Available on Streaming Platforms
The 2020 El Paso Film Festival scheduled for mid-October will be made available among a variety of streaming service platforms.
UTEP Responds to Petition to Lower ADA Parking Permit Fees
UTEP has responded to a petition currently on actionnetwork.org asking that them to reevaluate the ADA parking permit fees for students and employees.
Despite Declining Enrollment, UTEP Optimistic Regarding Retention
UTEP officials are encouraged by their student retention numbers during this pandemic even as their overall Fall enrollment has dropped by slightly over 1%.
Tito’s Handmade Vodka to Giveaway Hand Sanitizer on Saturday
Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be giving away 27,000 bottles of hand sanitizer on Saturday as part of a drive-thru event at the El Paso County Coliseum.
State Teachers Union Launches COVID Reporting Website
The state's teachers union unveiled a website in which teachers across Texas can report confirmed coronavirus cases and other details.
Resources for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
Suicide is very private and difficult topic speak about. Hopefully, these resources lead to what could turn out to be a life-saving conversation.
Getting Flu Shot More Important Than Ever
While in the midst of the COVID pandemic, flu season is fast approaching and getting the flu shot may be more critical this year than it has in the past.
Plans Being Made for October Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine
State health officials are preparing to start distributing a COVID-19 vaccine that could possibly be available by the end of next month.