KTSM top stories: Wednesday, March 27th
EL PASO — Here's a look at some of the day's top stories on this Wednesday, March 27th:
Several more El Paso school principals out of their jobs. Several sources tell us Burges High School Principal Randall Woods, Austin High School Principal John Tanner, and El Paso High School Principal Kristine Ferret have been either removed or reassigned to other positions. A string of EPISD employees have either resigned, retired or have been fired since the cheating scandal that bumped up or pushed out students altogether occurred.
Las Cruces police are still searching for a man who shot a woman Wednesday morning. It happened just after 10:30 Wednesday morning near Holly Drive and Elks. Police are looking for 34 year-old Cornelius "Corn" Renteria. He allegedly shot his 27 year old ex-girlfriend at least twice in the shoulder. Her injuries are non life threatening.
Police are investigating an overnight stabbing that sent three people to the hospital. The stabbing happened around midnight on Imperial Gem in far east El Paso. So far police have not made any arrests.