I grew up in El Paso and began my radio career working at B94FM in the '80s. In the '90s, I moved to Dallas and worked at KICK-FM. I also got my bachelors degree in Finance from University of Texas - Arlington. After graduation from UTA, I started my career in investments at Fidelity in Dallas. I then moved to the west coast to work for Edward Jones in Redondo Beach, California. JPMorganChase in El Paso offered me an opportunity to work with "offshore" clients in El Paso. I jumped at the chance to come home. I came to realize that the people of El Paso were special. El Paso is special. AT JPMorganChase I traveled throughout Mexico and Latin America, helping clients grow and preserve their wealth. I was able to work with some incredible people. In 2006, I was promoted to Houston, where I began to work with wealthy clients from Mexico City, so I spent a lot of time there. I even worked with a few celebrities. Now I have brought my experience to 93.1 KISS FM. Its great to come back to radio after all these years, I would have never dreamed I would make a full circle with my life." "I love people, I love El Paso, and I love my job!
Unauthorized Covid 19 Test/Supplies Seized in El Paso
Homeland Security seized $140,000 worth of unauthorized Covid 19 tests and supplies, according to the El Paso Times. These Covid 19 tests and supplies are fraudulent and unauthorized. The problem is big enough that Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) has launched "Operation Stolen Promise"...
Buffet Restaurants to Change in El Paso
According to the El Paso Times, Souper Salads will now offer their soup and salads cafeteria style instead of buffet style.
Amazon Rumored to Build Fulfillment Center in El Paso
According to El Paso Inc Magazine, Amazon is planning on building it's first fulfillment center in El Paso. The rumors are coming from El Pas contractors who claim they've heard that bidding on the project has began. City leaders have stated that they have not heard of such a project...
Texas Reopens Off to Slow Start
Many Texas stores and restaurants reopened their doors on Friday. I was curious if many El Pasions would go out and do some shopping. I decided to drive around and see for myself.
Deer Roam the Streets as El Paso Residents Continue to Stay Home
It's not every day Bambi comes to your door looking for food, especially here in the desert southwest
Most Texas Movie Theaters Will Not Reopen May 1st
Texas Governor, Greg Abbot, will permit movie theaters to reopen on May 1. But according to the movie industry newspaper, Deadline, most Texas movie theaters will not be opening on May 1.
Texas Stay At Home Order to Expire April 30
Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, announced the Stay At Home Order will be lifted on May 1. "Now, it's time to set a new course. A course that responsibly opens business in Texas. We will open in a way that uses safe standards", the governor said on Monday.
Corner Bakery Reopening 4 Stores
Some great news for fans of Corner Bakery. KTSM is reporting that four corner bakeries in El Paso will be reopening soon. Corner Baker is will be offering takeout, curbside pickup and third-party delivery at it's four El Paso locations.
Magic Melody: How Music Can Help Your Health
I knew there were many reasons why I love music. Now, I have one more reason. According to research studies, listening and playing music can help your immune system.
Tesla to Open Service Center in El Paso
Tesla has filed state papers to open a sales and service center in El Paso, according to El Paso Inc magazine. According to the filing, the sales, delivery and service center will be located at 7825 Helen of Troy Dr. in Northwest El Paso.
What Were Those Flames Coming From Juarez?
You may have noticed a large cloud of smoke coming from south Juarez on Friday, April 17th. According to El Diario De Juarez, a large truck carrying copper and other metals caught fire. The truck was from a near by recycling company called Ecorec...
Avoid Withdrawing Money From Your 401K
Times are tough. Many of us are finding it hard to make ends meet. You might be tempted to withdraw money from your 401K. After all, it's your money and you should use when ever you want, right? While the vested portion of your 401K belongs to you, early withdrawals come with some bad consequences...