• October 1, 2020

Tags : el paso mass shooting

‘Memo’ Garcia, beloved husband, dad, soccer coach caught up in

Over eight months after the shooting rampage that killed 22 people at the Cielo Vista Walmart, the final victim died Saturday night at Del Sol Hospital. EP Fusion coach Guillermo ‘Memo’ Garcia, also known by all as ‘Tank,’ died late Saturday night.  The announcement was made by fellow Fusion coach Luis Calvillo on Sunday.   Below […]Read More

UTEP’s Day of the Dead Altar to honor August 3rd

The University of Texas at El Paso’s C.L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department will honor the 22 people who died as a result of the mass shooting in El Paso on August 3rd at its Day of the Dead altar. “This affected so many people,” Claudia Rivers Head of Special Collections said. “We all are still […]Read More

One Fund El Paso announces locations for application help

One Fund El Paso and the National Compassion Fund have joined with agencies in El Paso and Ciudad Juarez to provide help for those applying for direct financial assistance related to the August 3 mass shooting in El Paso. Applications to One Fund El Paso may be completed online, or with the assistance of the […]Read More

Gov. Greg Abbott issues 8 executive orders aimed at stopping

Gov. Greg Abbott has issued eight executive orders in response to the El Paso and Odessa-Midland mass shootings that happened just weeks apart, his office announced Thursday. “Texas must achieve several objectives to better protect our communities and our residents from mass shootings,” Abbott said in a statement. “I will continue to work expeditiously with the legislature […]Read More

Khalid’s benefit concert for El Paso set, Tickets go on

Tuesday morning, El Paso’s own global superstar Khalid formally announced that on September 1st he will headline a benefit concert along with special guests at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso. The concert is in support of Khalid’s hometown and in response to the tragic mass shooting on August 3. “I have been rocked to the core by the […]Read More

Op-Ed: The Home and the Heart in a Desensitized Country.

The year was 1999, a lifetime ago for some but a blink of an eye into the past many others. I remember vividly where I was when I heard about the Columbine High School shooting. I was in the football locker room at Coronado High School goofing around with my friends and then the television […]Read More