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El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera on Wednesday sought to clarify the district's position on a potential merger of South Side high schools at a public meeting at Jefferson High School.
A former El Paso police officer and reserve deputy county constable was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to a federal cocaine charge.
World renowned poet and author Maya Angelou's visit to El Paso has been canceled after she was hospitalized this week, officials said.
A bond hearing is scheduled Friday morning for the father of a 5-month-old boy believed to be found buried in the New Mexico desert in November.
State Sen. Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso, celebrates with the Forth Worth Democrat after her filibuster to defeat the anti-abortion bill SB5, up for a vote on the last day of the legislative special session June 25, 2013.
While thousands of Catholics, Lutherans, Episcopalians and Methodists will receive ashes today in observance of Ash Wednesday, Bishop Mark Seitz hopes El Pasoans will take time during Lent to focus on family.
Published reports show that Fresno's Triple-A baseball team sold the naming rights to its ballpark for $16 million over 15 years and Sacramento's Triple-A team sold its naming rights to its ballpark for $15 million over 20 years.
A man was detained after allegedly setting books on fire Tuesday night in the Barnes & Noble store in West El Paso.
Newman Center will have Mass for University of Texas at El Paso students at 12:30 p.m. in the Tomas Rivera Conference Center, Union East, and a Mass at 5 p.m. at the El Paso Natural Gas Conference Center, UTEP.
Members of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force arrested an alleged sex offender outside of a West Side pool hall Monday.
Police are looking for a 19-year-old man allegedly involved in a racing-related crash that killed a West Side teen in January.
They seem to be popping up all across town, but are smoking lounges a benefit for the economy or a hazard to consumers? There's been a quiet boom in the number of hookah lounges in the past couple of years.
Jignesh "Jay" Domadia has come a long way since moving from India to El Paso 14 years ago to manage a hotel owned by friends.
State representative Marisa Marquez is all smiles as she looked at early voting results along with David Herrera Jr., her district director, which showed her ahead by a 2-1 margin over her opponent Lyda Ness-Garcia for the District 77 race.
Lamenting that no one from El Paso has ever captured statewide office, Cook ran unopposed Tuesday.
El Paso lawyer Maxey Scherr is trailing front runner David M. Alameel for U.S. Senate nomination in the Democrat primary by a large margin after early voting results were released.