With the newly crowned champion of NCAA Men's Basketball being UConn - lead by El Pasoan Tristen Newton - it got me thinking about getting the ball rollin' on El Paso Sports. Check out these local Twitter accounts and give them a follow if you know what's good for you.
It was a big day for El Paso news anchor Sam Harasimowicz. The KVIA weekend anchor thought it was the end of the 5 p.m. newscast when, all of a sudden, he received one of the biggest surprises of his life.
“They tell me they turn to music as a form of refuge,” said Brianna. “They say all the music they sing is improvised and that it all comes from their heart and soul and they said that they express their tough journey to get to the U.S through their music as well.”
El Paso sunsets are in fact, a work of art. They’re beautiful, sometimes look like the sky is on fire, and make for a great postcard if postcards are still a thing. However, an El Paso rainbow after a rainstorm just might be even better in my opinion.
"Our number one job is to find, report and write the stories that resonate with our communities. Sometimes we cover tragedies, other days we cover hiccups on the roadways! I appreciate the opportunity to engage with our local viewers, whether that's through counting down until midnight during the Chili Drop in Las Cruses or alerting viewers of a sticky (and unappetizing) mess in Memphis on the roadway!" -Kate Bieri, FOX13 Memphis