And why not? There’s no downside (for them) when an employee of the City of El Paso kills a resident.
Are you interested in a great job in El Paso? Get on with the City. In the old days, a
Look, it was all a simple misunderstanding. She just wouldn’t shut up. Do you think Rep. Morgan will lose his
First they said it was a bus stop, then they said it was a Sun Metro stop, but I think
Chet first came to El Paso playing drums for Big Jack Johnson. Two months later he showed up at Wildhare’s
I went to City Council last week to watch the Veto Theater. Chambers was packed with bar owners and employees
On March 8, 2013, El Paso Police Officer Jose Flores shot the handcuffed prisoner Danny Saenz in the sallyport of
Here’s a story about some police violence perpetrated by the Boston Transit Authority Police: A former transit police officer and
Here’s an article from KVIA about the efforts of our local police: Nine emergency phone calls were made and two
From the El Paso Times: AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday told President Donald Trump that the
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