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.
YISD Announces its Plans for Administering STAAR Test
YISD will make use of its campuses and other district facilities along with the five-week window provided by the state in order to administer the STAAR test.
FDA Sent Official Application to Approve One-Dose COVID Vaccine
Johnson and Johnson has been working on a single-dose coronavirus vaccine and have officially applied to have the FDA approve its use.
FAA Says El Paso Airport Safety Procedures are Exemplary
While not the biggest of airports in the country, El Paso International Airport is safe and serves its purpose extremely well and the FAA happens to agree.
Local COVID Vaccine Sites Now More Easily Searchable on Google
Google is attempting to make it easier for people to quickly find where they can get a COVID vaccine in their city.
County Doesn’t Meet Threshold for In-person Hearings and Trials
El Pasoans with any pending legal proceedings will continue to be unable to have their hearings or trials heard in-person at the County Courthouse.
1966 Texas Western Team are Hall of Famers Again
The 1966 Texas Western basketball team which won the National Championship and hastened the integration of college athletics are Hall of Famers once again.
Driver License Expiration Date Waiver to End in Mid-April
The grace period for El Pasoans and Texans in general who had their driver’s license expire on or after March 13, 2020 will come to an end this April.
El Paso Children’s Museum Naming Challenge is Underway
Young children in El Paso will soon have a museum of their very own in the heart of the Downtown Arts District, and unlike most museums, it won’t be hands off.
Law Agencies Asking that People be on Alert for COVID-19 Scams
Distribution of COVID-19 vaccines are underway and local law enforcement agencies are asking the public to keep an eye out for signs of any potential scams.
UTEP Receiving Delayed Shipment of Vaccines on Thursday
UTEP had wanted to begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations to its high-risk students, faculty, and staff as early as Wednesday but had to postpone their plans.
How Soon Can You Expect Your Tax Refund This Year?
Just like that we already find ourselves in the back-half of January which means that for some El Pasoans, it’s time to start gathering those W2’s.
Health Department Receives 5,000 Additional Vaccine Doses
After a week which saw the Health Department run through its allotted 5,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses, they’ve already received another shipment of 5,000.