Good news, everybody. The local economy is doing great. From the El Paso Inc.: What if someone said the U.S.
Well, there it is. From the El Paso Times: El Paso County commissioners are looking at a preliminary general fund
Here’s some disconcerting news. El Paso has the third highest rate of HIV infection among men who have sex with
Here’s a story in GQ about models who deliver weed in NYC. A friend tells me about the Green Angels,
You can thank me for this one later.
Remember this post from the Orbitz Travel Blog, picked up here by the Huffington Post. It’s titled 8 Places With
Not here. In Seattle. From the website mynorthwest.com: President of the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild Ron Smith says he will
I’m sure you’ve heard the news: It’s All Good. But that trite homily hides an ugly truth. For the year
I guess you saw the U.S. News and World Report report that had El Paso rated as the ninth best
In a story headlined West Side traffic jam relief will take years, the El Paso Times mentions some good news.
According to this evaluation from U.S. News and World Report, El Paso ranks ninth in the nation for Qualify of
Another day, another fruitless anal probe performed on a U.S. citizen by Customs and Border Protection. From the Arizona Capitol
An elderly couple were robbed at a bus stop near the H&H this morning, according to KFOX. El Paso police
The El Paso Times is investigating the El Paso Independent School District’s hiring policies, and here’s what they’ve come up
Here’s something I lifted from ElPasoSpeak.com: Here are some interesting facts you might find ‘eyebrow raising:’ In the last five
In this week’s news, the City is considering jacking the parking rates at metered spots during events. The city is
Here’s an interesting story about the Tigua Tribal Police arresting a seven-year-old at South Loop Elementary School. His mother found
Has the local economy ever performed worse? Household income in El Paso is going down. Wages are among the lowest
Remember just a few short years ago, when City Council was circumventing state law to award El Paso a Triple
Do you suppose the local heavyweights turned sour on City Manager Tommy Gonzalez when they discovered that he would award