Today, July 16th is the anniversary of the first atomic bomb test. Conducted at White sands in 1945, the bomb went off without destroying the fabric of universe (which was reportedly a thing that some of the physicist thought could happen).
On Tuesday's show, we'll be talking to Fernando Garcia, who is a spokesman for the Border Network for Human Rights. His group believes that the U.S. Should have a more welcoming policy toward immigrants, especially children. Check out some of the questions we have!
Last nights game Chivas vs Cruzeiro at the Sun Bowl. Rocked. I had a blast and found out something cool about soccer plus there was some celebrity sightings. I think this might be the coolest thing people do at major league games. Check out the video!
I-10 was closed on the Westside. And also the Eastside. And the 375 Loop. As well as Zaragosa. Oh, yeah…and Country Club Road won’t be open until 2016. Check out our salute to some real El Paso D-Bags!
The Ministry frontman who has made El Paso his home for over a decade recently made the decision to move to L.A. However, in a sign of his affection for the Sun City, he’s doing a kind of whirlwind farewell tour.
The Texas Senate Veteran Affairs and Military Installations Committee Hearing will take place today, at the Port of Houston Bayport Container Terminal in Pasadena, TX. Starting at 12:20 p.m., you can watch the hearing online!
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