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1 hr ago | El Paso Times
The accident occurred at about 5:30 p.m. on I-10 West near Piedras Street, according to the city's Public Alert & Incident Notification System. Texas Department of Transportation highway cameras show police and firefighters at the scene and traffic backed up on I-10 West.
3 hrs ago | El Paso Times
The clouds roll over Franklin Mountains. A flash flood watch has been issued for the El Paso region until Thursday evening as the remnants of Tropical Storm Odile cross the Southwest, the National Weather Service officials said.
4 hrs ago | El Paso Times
The University of Texas at El Paso has announced that the south ticket booth at Sun Bowl Stadium will be closed Friday for the One Direction concert. University officials in a press release said the closure is due to "updated production logistics," and that concertgoers will only be able to pick up or purchase tickets at the stadium's north ticket booth.
8 hrs ago | El Paso Times
Traffic backups along Interstate 10, Montana Avenue and the Cesar Chavez Border Highway were reported during the morning rush hour. City of El Paso Department of Transportation Director Ted Marquez said his department will continue to respond to weather-related incidents through Thursday when the weather forecast is expected to clear up.
A 40-year-old Las Cruces man died during a motorcycle crash in Downtown El Paso on Sunday evening, police said. Benjamin Chavarria was killed after he and two other motorcyclists crashed into a concrete median in the 400 block of West Paisano Drive.
County commissioners on Monday gave the University Medical Center of El Paso the green light to obtain a $20 million line of credit to help with the hospital district's cash-flow problems. County commissioners on Monday gave the University Medical Center of El Paso the green light to obtain a $20 million line of credit to help with the hospital district's cash-flow problems.
Under the scam, the victim receives a call from a person claiming to be from the sheriff's office. The caller claims that the victim ignored a jury duty summons and that the victim must pay a fine.
RUBEN R RAMIREZNEL PASO TIMES Members of the Guerrero family pose for a photo witht heir backs towards to the camera for fear out of being recognized by Mexican State officials. The family is just one of many families that are part of the latest "exodus," of migrants who are fleeing Mexico due to cartel conflicts, corrupt armed militia and government factions.
Police said James Campos suffered massive head injuries after he struck a raised median in the 1200 block of Airway Boulevard and was thrown from his black 2010 Honda VT1300CR motorcycle. Jonas Kaufmann, "You Mean the World to Me" Is there anything Jonas Kaufmann can't do? The great German tenor has long since conquered the worlds of grand opera and classical recital.
The city of El Paso, Texas is reviewing whether to make a zoning change that would limit where payday and auto loan companies can operate. If the zoning amendment is passed at a City Council meeting on Monday, it would prevent credit access business and pawn shops from opening within 1,000 feet of each other, 300 feet of residential districts or 500 feet of any freeway.
The city will consider making a zoning change on today that would restrict where payday and car loan companies can set up shop. If it is passed it would prevent credit access business and pawn shops from opening within 1,000 feet of each other, 300 feet of residential districts or 500 feet of any freeway.
Woman's Day magazine once described Las Vegas based writer and consultant Deniece Schofield as "the most organized woman in America." Schofield, 66, is presenting three workshops in El Paso on Thursday and Friday designed to help us find space in our cluttered lives without getting rid of everything.
Rwandan native Immaculee Ilibagiza experienced an atrocity in 1994 with the genocide of more than one million of her fellow Tutsis. At her father's urging to protect her from being raped or murdered, she went into hiding at a neighbor's home and ended up living in a tiny bathroom with seven other women for 91 terrifying days.
A $500 court video conferencing system set up at the El Paso jail could potentially save the county thousands of dollars a year in prisoner transportation cost, but it is not being used. Since the system was installed in 2010, only the jail magistrate has used the equipment and that is mostly on weekends for arraignments.
Air Force veteran Juan "Johnny" Pena wants people to remember that he is living with ALS, not dying from it. Pena, 74, has been living with sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is often referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease, for 12 years.
Gaspar Enriquez will lead a workshop on the technique of airbrushing from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24 in Room FA256 of UTEP's Fox Fine Arts Building.
On Jan. 30, 2002, a group of El Pasoans headed to Washington, D.C., to attend a luncheon at the White House. The occasion was a newly remodeled Oval Office, and George W. and Laura Bush wanted those who had contributed to its embellishment to experience the beauty of the finished room.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 06:59 pm
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