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82-unit Downtown apartment project seeks City Council approval

According to El Paso Development News, the El Paso City Council could possibly vote whether or not to approve a rezoning application for a new development along Campbell St.

Umi Garrett to perform in El Paso

Award winning pianist, Umi Garrett, will share her musical magic at the Abraham Chavez Theater on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 7:30pm.

El Paso artists showcase local work

A group of local El Paso artists held a group art show of "EPic Proportions" at Downtown's Loft Light Studio Thursday evening.

Chihuahuas look to fill seasonal job positions

The El Paso Chihuahuas are looking for some new top dogs! As Opening Day of the Chihuahuas stadium draws near, the team is looking to fill seasonal positions.

Neon Desert Music Festival expands to two days

The more the merrier! At least, that's what the organizers behind downtown El Paso's successful Neon Desert Music Festival think. The festival, now in it's fourth year, will be adding a second day to the experience.

$2.2 Million grant awarded to UTEP-led research team

A group of UTEP researchers and their corporate partners have been awarded a grant from America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute for their work to further 3-D printing techno

Winner of motorcycle selected from blood drive

The community donated more than 1,100 pints of blood to United Blood Services through the Barnett Harley Davidson of El Paso and Las Cruces annual blood drive this MLK Day weekend.

Donate or fund wigs for cancer patients

The Four Seasons Beauty Program Is seeking donations of wigs, hats and head scarves for cancer patients.

Sierra Providence East expanding, holding job fair

Sierra Providence East Medical Center is expanding and they've got job openings for healthcare professionals looking for work.

Healthcare.gov - "Shockingly Bad"

Two months after security experts warned that HealthCare.gov was wide open to identity thieves, they testified to Congress Thursday that the problems haven't been fixed.

El Pasoans invited to "Walk with the King Memorial Walk"

El Pasoans are invited to honor the legacy and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 20th as the City of El Paso hosts the "Walk with the King Memorial Walk."

Pedestrian bridge erected at Chihuahuas ballpark

The construction crew at the El Paso Chihuahuas ballpark site erected a pedestrian bridge at the site early Wednesday morning. Citizens could watch the bridge being installed from Cleveland Square Park, across the street.

Humanities Texas Grant Awarded to El Paso Museum of Archaeology

Today Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has awarded the El Paso Museum of Archaeology a grant for $1,000 to support, in part, three speakers and two exhibits from January through August 2014.

EPPD recruiting for next Citizens Police Academy

The El Paso Police Department will begin its next Citizens Police Academy beginning on Tuesday, February 11, 2014.

The Search is on for Texas and New Mexico’s Outstanding Senior Volunteer

Every day, Texas and New Mexico senior volunteers generously give their time and service to help others.