Buzz Adams is a proud Okie -- hailing from the 41st largest city in the Sooner state. After stints in the manufacturing and agriculture sectors, a young Buzz realized early on that he wasn’t “cut out” for “real work”. Realizing his predicament, he decided to do something about it. Buzz listed the “top 100 cushiest jobs someone will pay you actual money to do”. He narrowed down his list to “toll booth operator”, “house-sitter” and “radio deejay”. Buzz heard back from KLAQ-FM first (they narrowly beat the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority) and Buzz began his meteoric rise to local radio stardom.
Everyone Wants to Know my Reaction to OU Sooners Tunnel Fall
Oklahoma Sooners and TCU's pre-game dog pile: Is it a metaphor for the team's season?
Real Life Grinch Harasses Kids in front of Texas Elementary School
Local preacher, David Grisham - the Grinch - is infamous for denouncing Santa as fake and his attempt to burn a Quran in a city park.
Getting a Locksmith has Really Changed in 30 years
Gone are the days of walking to a pay phone to call information for a locksmith - just Google or MapQuest one near you.
El Paso Neighborhood Didn’t Get Mail for Weeks; “Mean Dog on the Loose”
Southcentral El Paso residents haven't seen their mail in nearly 3 weeks, despite their mean dog issue being resolved. USPS says the reason is that letter carriers felt threatened.
With Walmart and Target Closed, Where Can you Get Groceries on Thanksgiving in El Paso?
On Thanksgiving Day, Walmart and Target have decided to remain closed, but El Paso's Albertsons and El Super stores are open. Whole Foods has limited hours, and Sports and Vista Market have different hours. CVS and Walgreens will both be open.
Texas School Reverses: Students CAN Play Opposite Genders in “Oklahoma!”
Sherman High School has allowed drama students to play roles not matching their birth genders after a school board meeting. Max Hightower, a 17-year-old senior, was initially denied the right to play his chosen role of Ali Hakim, a male role.
Prison for El Paso Crypto Scammer
Abner Alejandro Tinoco, 27, of El Paso was recently sentenced to seven years in prison for a Ponzi scheme involving cryptocurrency
City Drops Guaranteed Income Plan for Poor El Pasoans
El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser's tie-breaking vote has stalled a plan to provide guaranteed income to low-income families.
9 Years for N.M. Thief who Dropped Wallet at Crime Scene
For two robberies, Deven Nieto's wallet gave him away - and now he's serving nine years in prison.
Lost El Paso Legend: Rattlesnake Kate Killed 140 Rattlesnakes Single-handedly
Rattlesnake Kate - the name alone tells a story. A woman who lived in Colorado in the early 1900s, she made headlines when she killed 140 rattlesnakes by herself in 1925.
El Paso Judge Bonnie Rangel’s Unruly Courtroom Behavior Penalized
Complaints of courtroom behavior prompted state panel to sanction El Paso District Judge Bonnie Rangel in 2020 and 2021. Video evidence shows Rangel yelling at attorneys and other court personnel. Critics say she's still aspiring to be the next Judge Judy.
Smuggling Through Sewers: Juarez’s Migrant Crisis
El Diario reports a large number of migrants have illegally crossed into the US through the sewers in Juarez. The Mexican AG and US Homeland Security are jointly investigating criminal enterprises in El Paso.