Did you see this story in the news? From OPB.org: In the early hours of July 15, after a night
Good news, everybody. According to recently released estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, between July 2018 and July 2019, the
The primary elections are over. Incumbent Vince Perez lost his Precinct 3 County Commissioners seat. And James Montoya, veteran District
You could write it off to the City’s excessive spending. And you’d be right. The City is drunk on spending
With El Paso in a supporting role. This documentary originally aired in September, 2019.
Here’s a news flash from the El Paso Inc.: El Paso leads major Texas cities in debt not approved by
From KOB.com, an Albuquerque TV station: Recently released videos from a body-camera worn by a National Park Ranger at Carlsbad
Protesters are calling for the dismissal of El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen. From the El Paso Times: [O]rganizers unveiled
Racism is kind of like a secret club. If you don’t belong, you might not know it exists. In 1927,
Here’s a scathing article from Reason.com about cities building stadiums. Throw a Billion Dollars from the Helicopter is a new
This piece was written by Xavier Miranda. Our education community must contend with a new malignant normalcy in our society.
An alert reader tipped me to this item on June 19 Metropolitan Planning Organization agenda. How about a little operating
Have you seen this map of the Segundo Barrio Historic District the El Paso Commissioners Court approved last Monday? It’s
I was on the balcony at Tricky Falls a few years ago, talking to some guys who had come down
This story was originally published by the Center for Public Integrity, Alexia Fernández Campbell, Senior Reporter Labor unions exist to
Things are different now. If you get the Covid, you’re going to kill someone you love. Your grandmother. Your father.
Y’all remember when they pitched those 2102 Quality of Life bonds, they said it was “an economic development issue”. Here’s
Expectations drive the economy. Economists measure consumer confidence. The futures markets are self-fulfilling prophecies, to a degree. Politicians know that.
This article originally appeared on 08 March 2019. On March 8, 2013, El Paso Police Officer Jose Flores shot the
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