Those boys in blue cannot buy a break. No, I’m not talking about the Cowboys. Read this story from KVIA:
I just came from a City Council meeting where I saw Jud Burgess get violently arrested. Jud was upset after
The El Paso Police Department has a pretty sketchy record of self-policing. This week, the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal
By now you’ve seen the El Paso Police Officer draw his weapon on those kids on the southside. In case
Entering the United State illegally is a misdemeanor, like taking a sip of beer in the parking lot of a
Tomorrow City Council is appointing a “City of El Paso Ad Hoc Charter Advisory Committee for the purpose of a
Here’s a provoking video from those critical thinkers at Cracked.com that punctures some illusions. Check it out.
La Polaka, Periodismo en Caliente, reports a wave of retaliatory violence in Western Chihuahua following the arrest of the drug
At three Tuesday afternoon I was home, trying to punch out a story through the fog of the night before.
This is a great story about an international humanitarian tragedy, out of Texas Monthly. Mexican cartels, meanwhile, recognized an opportunity
Did you read that the Doña Ana County Jail Director got busted for pot? From the Las Cruces Sun Times:
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times this past weekend? On June 23, 2015, Maria Ramirez called
This story in El Diario about a book called Los Narcos Gringos makes an interesting assertion: “El Paso, como muchas
Four years ago today, El Paso Police Officer Jose Flores shot and killed handcuffed prisoner Daniel Saenz in the sallyport
Many people have complained that our District Attorney Jaime Esparza has not done enough to weed out public corruption. Well,
I’ve often wondered why the Juarez plaza is so hotly contested by Mexico’s drug trafficking organizations. I surmise that there’s
Here’s a disturbing video of a SWAT raid on some citizens’ house, taken from a documentary called Do Not Resist.
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times? It’s the next chapter, and maybe the culmination, of a
Good news, El Paso. All that economic development we’ve been planning for is starting to pay off. According to this
In an interview with El Universal, Jorge, a purported chief in La Linea, the armed wing of the Juarez Cartel,