Editor in Chief: El Paso Herald-Post, horizoncity.com
Chris began his long journey in Journalism back in the early 70’s. Armed with a Bell and Howell 8mm camera and tape recorder. Chris would go on to document such events as the great plastic dinosaur attack on Tornillo, GI Joe’s dramatic rescue of Barbie from a backyard mud pit and a massive toy train derailment caused by Godzilla. FULL BIO
“Once journalism is in your system, it’s hard to get it out… and then you realize, it’s there to stay.” – Alex Hinojosa is a full time instructor at El Paso Community College and a former El Paso Times journalist. FULL BIO
A native El Pasoan, Amy Cooley attended Parkland High School before beginning her studies in physics at EPCC. With her love of dark skies increasing, she transferred to New Mexico Tech University where she earned her degree in Astronomy. Moving back to El Paso in 2008, she now wants to share her love of the cosmos with the city she calls home.
The Motoring LifeSon, Husband, Father, Martial Artist, Eagle Scout, Performance Driving Instructor, Expert Marksman, Rally Master and Pilot-in-Training. Andrew moved to El Paso from North Dakota in 1987.FULL BIO
The Art on Writing and Movies Arturo Portillo was born in Illinois in 1979 and moved to El Paso when he was 11 years old. He wrote his first story when he was in third grade, winning an award for best children's fable. That was the day that got him on his way to pursuing a career in the film industry.FULL BIO
I'm a writer at heart.
Though my soul delves in various crafts including but not limited to photography, event planning, marketing, sloppy two-stepping, crowdsurfing at good shows, saving animals (sometimes people) and pretending to be the Chopped champ every night in my kitchen. My career sense is gracefully schizophrenic, having jumped from working under the wing of a neurosurgeon (quickly learning the stomach couldn't handle bloody brains too well) broadcast television, marketing, retail advertising, event planning and concert booking.
I still don't know what I want to do when I grow up.
But I'm a writer at heart.
Sports Reporter Daniel Ornelas was born and raised in El Paso is an Avid hiker, food lover and fitness enthusiast. Daniel is a class of 2012 UTEP Alumni and was the Sports Editor of The Prospector (2012)FULL BIO
Felipa Solis has more than 30 years of broadcast experience, having worked at KTSM TV Newschannel Nine, the NBC affiliate in El Paso, Texas. Felipa’s love of the community and passion for the arts lead her to the position of Executive Director of El Paso Pro-Musica. Felipa has worked for 3 ½ years working alongside world renowned cellist and Artistic Director Zuill Bailey.
Born in El Paso, Texas to a gambler and jewelery store owner, Jack became enthralled with radio at a young age while listening to his mother’s favorite programs such as “The Shadow and The Saint” on his old family radio that he still has to this day. FULL BIO
Jordyn Rozensky is a writer and documentary photographer. She came to El Paso after a yearlong photography and storytelling campaign with Tendency to Wander (www.tendencyto.com).
Jordyn holds a BA from Smith College and a master's in public policy from Brandeis University. In El Paso, she owns Frontera Studio (www.fronterastudio.com).
Larry Monarrez is a local journalist and longtime El Pasoan. Larry arrived in El Paso after proudly serving as an infantryman in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division and earned a communication degree from the University of Texas El Paso.
At UTEP, Larry worked as a reporter and eventually became the editor-in-chief of the school’s newspaper, The Prospector.
Larry also worked as a news assistant, general assignments reporter and copy editor at the El Paso Times before working in public relations at an area school district.
He also spent a few years at KDBC 4 News as the assignments editor, where his most memorable experience was keeping the news crews operational during times of crisis like the storms of 2006 that flooded the station’s building.
I’ve been the co-host of the Mike and Tricia Mornings for the past 8 years, the longest running of Mike’s on-air wives! My day starts with a muttered curse word when the alarm goes off at 3 a.m., FULL BIO
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Staff Reports are just that, Staff Reporting the news. No skew, no opinion just the news. We pride ourselves on making sure that we bring you the news as soon as it is published, submitted or sent to us. No need to have a reporter rewrite or give their opinion. The facts or information, nothing more.
Steve is a writer, photographer, poet and a freelance contributor to the Herald Post. He will be launching a weekly podcast based on his forthcoming book, “Leap of Fatih” which will be released in 2019 from HarperCollins.
Through his company, Still Going Somewhere, he is producing a series of micro-documentaries with individuals who have survived the Holocaust.
Talk Nerdy to Me is an extension of Zia Comics in Las Cruces, NM. Zia Comics Provides exceptional Comic, Gaming, Collectibles, and Entertainment related products and services. Zia Comics is also the owner of Las Cruces Comic Con and El Paso Comic Con.
Victor Cruz was born in El Paso in the early 70s. Graduated from Burges High School and went to EPCC, where he got his first real taste of radio. He has bounced up and down the dial locally and continues to call El Paso home where family is. FULL BIO
When he figured out he wasn’t going to make it to the NBA after getting cut from his eighth grade basketball team, William Vega just couldn’t leave sports. So, he decided if he couldn’t walk the walk, he wanted to at least talk the talk, er, write the write, in this case. He interned for the sports department at KVIA following high school, wrote and was an editor at The Prospector from his alma mater, UTEP, and had brief stringing and freelance stints at the El Paso Times from 2013-14. He is now the journalism adviser at Bowie High School, his second year heading the one-man department there after beginning his teaching career at Coronado in 2012. Enjoy.
A little about me, I am a proud El Paso, TX native. Previously I traveled across the country telling stories of rising Latino leaders. Currently, the nation's capital is home, where I will tell new stories...but always keeping El Paso in my heart.