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The county's probation department has asked the County Commissioners Court to terminate its lease for office space on Kansas Street after mold was found on the property this fall.
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See the race results from today's Jingle Bell Rock Run 5K to benefit the El Paso Children's Hospital.
A 22-year-old man was arrested after allegedly using a knife to rob a convenience store Saturday night and then trying to evade arrest, El Paso police said.
El Paso police are investigating the disappearance of an 80-year-old man named Luis Catzin.
Izaguirre is wanted on the charge of possession of more than 50 pounds of marijuana and less than 2,000 pounds.
Tu Libro founder Georgina C. Perez wasn't expecting the response when she began collecting books for kids in outlying county areas.
U.S. 54 southbound lanes near Paisano Drive were closed due to a motor vehicle accident involving a police unit Sunday morning.
Hannah Hart Kerns and 1st Lt. Christopher McKee Dixon, United States Army, were married at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
Downtown's Cleveland Square became a beacon of colorful lights Saturday during the 78th Annual evolve Federal Credit Union Celebration of Lights Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and parade.
A state district judge sentenced a man Thursday to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to hitting and killing a 13-year-old Socorro boy in 2011.
Fans wait outside in the cold by the UTEP ticket center to purchase One Direction tickets for the Sep. 19 2014 concert at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Saturday, December 7, 2013.
Federal education agency officials say they won't pursue potential civil rights violations from a cheating scheme at El Paso public schools, though the school district may not be totally in the clear.
Friends of a motorcyclist who was killed last month in East El Paso are hosting a benefit to open a trust fund for his young children.
Meghan Darnell of the El Paso Chamber of Commerce hands a teddy bear to Kathleen Walker, Chair of the Chamber of Commerce, as they prepared Comfort Kits for children who's parents are deployed or deploying during the holidays.
East Side learning academy promotes language and culture : Hector Enriquez, a Spanish professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, said this city lacks a linguistic and cultural space to promote diversity.
The driver who allegedly caused a deadly wrong-way accident on Interstate 10 last month has a history of alcohol-related charges, according to court records.