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.
Local Microchipping Info for National Chip Your Pet Month
Microchipping pets isn’t a new practice, but it is something that tends to be put off until it is too late. May just so happens to be National Chip Your Pet month and would usually be full of public chipping events but COVID has unfortunately limited these services for the time being. Hop...
EP Catholic Diocese to Livestream or Televise Holy Week Services
The El Paso Catholic Diocese has teamed up with KVIA to either livestream or televise Holy Week services.
Sign of the Times? Schools Seeing More In-Person Students
Viva El Paso back on? Check. City waterparks set to open this Summer? Check. Schools beginning to see more students physically attending class? Check.
Predicting the Long-Term Post-Pandemic Lifestyle
Signs continue to point that we are slowly and cautiously moving into a post-pandemic world but which adjustments to daily life will stick around long term?
FBI Warns of Swatting, Says El Paso Has Seen Incidents
The FBI has indicated that there have been at least two known instances of “swatting” in El Paso in the last few months and they are not amused.
Lifted Mandates Are Green Light for St. Patty’s but How Many Will Party?
St. Patty's Day suddenly has the potential to get interesting after Governor Abbott announced that COVID health restriction will be lifted effective March 10.
Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino Given the OK to Reopen in March
Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino will finally be allowed to reopen on March 5 which is just shy of a year to the day after having to temporarily close.
City of EP Intends to Bring Back All Their Furloughed Employees
The City of El Paso announced their intention to bring back all furloughed City employees.
NMSU Football Playing Actual Games at the Sun Bowl This Month
You can add NMSU football having to play home games at the Sun Bowl in February and March to the list of general weirdness caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hospitals of Providence Now Allowing Limited Number of Visitors
The Hospitals of Providence announced today that they are prepared to let visitors see non-COVID patients during a limited time window of time each afternoon.
Take Valentine’s Day Photos with Alpacas this Weekend
Roses are red, alpacas are furry, avoid the doghouse this year and book your photoshoot, hurry!
Study Projects 83 Percent of El Pasoans Will Get COVID Vaccine
A national study indicates that approximately 83% of El Pasoans will ultimately choose to receive the coronavirus vaccine.