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Texas investigating measles exposures at Kansas softball event

Texas Department of State Health Services has issued a measles health alert after being notified by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment that more than 30 Texas residents may have been exposed to the highly contagious disease at a Wi

Patrick, Van de Putte hone their immigration messages

As the recent surge of Central Americans entering the country illegally through Texas’ border with Mexico has drawn national attentio

ACI present “Innovation and Discovery in Agriculture and Food”

The High Desert Discovery District (HD3) will partner with the Association of Commerce and Industry (ACI), Roswell Chaves County Economic Development Corporation and Delicious New Mexico to host the next HD3 Discovery Day™ - “Innova

Texas Ranger Wende Wakeman becomes highest-ranking female in Texas Ranger history

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced the promotion of Texas Ranger Wende Wakeman to the rank of lieutenant, making her the highest-ranking female in Texas Ranger history. The promotion is effective August 1.

Abbott stands by transparency record some say is mixed


Friends and family mourn a life cut short by a hit and run accident

Joe Anthony Hernandez, 19, was killed in a hit and run accident near Lomaland and Gateway around 4:35 on Sunday morning. His body was found in the 13000 block of Lomaland.

El Pasoans try new pain relief technique "Functional Dry Needling"

FDN is a technique to treat the neuromuscular system based on pain patterns, limited mobility, weakness, muscular imbalance, orthopedic signs, symptoms, and functional limitations and is now used by physical therapists at  the “Spine

Gilbert & Sullivan Company of El Paso presents: The Mikado

A local production company is presenting a new play for the whole family. To celebrate the company’s 45th anniversary, the Gilbert & Sullivan Company will put on the production, The Mikado.

El Paso's signature 'smart growth' development preparing for next phase

El Paso's signature smart growth development is getting ready to enter its second phase with the openings of new housing, retail, and restaurant spaces.

Downtown run to raise money for El Paso's homeless

Homelessness is a growing problem here in the Borderland. In fact, it's estimated that more than 1,400 people in this city don't have a place to call home, but you can help.

Criminal complaint: Relative allegedly forces teen into sexual act

Doña Ana County Sheriff Office investigators are dealing with what they're calling a rare hate crime case.

Mexico policy change creates big back-ups at the border

Border wait times can be a headache, but imagine waiting more than an entire day to cross into Mexico.

Urban beekeeping has the Borderland buzzing

If you've been "combing" through the classifieds looking for a new hobby or a way to make some extra cash, then look no farther than your backyard. The Borderland is seeing a big boom in urban beekeepers.

Chihuahuas' Galvez goes 1-2 in All-Star game

El Paso Chihuahuas infielder Jonathan Galvez went 1-2 with an RBI in the Minor League Baseball Triple-A All-Star game at Durham Park in Durham, North Carolina.  Galvez is batting .296 this season for El Paso, with 7 home runs, 30 RBI, and

Vacation Bible School teaches Fort Bliss children

On the first day of Vacation Bible School, volunteer teacher Monica Tew cordoned off 10 students behind yellow caution tape and gave them a brief taste of what it might have felt like to have leprosy during Jesus’ time.