El Paso

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FRIDAY Romeo and Julieta January 23 at 7pm La Fe Cultural & Technology Center 721 Ochoa (Rear Building) January 29, 7pm Philanthropy Theatre 125 Pioneer Plaza

PSB approves increase to storm water fee

One of the charges in you water bill is going up soon. But, officials say the increase is needed to keep building the infrastructure that controls flooding throughout the city.

Historical sites to be turned into parking lot

Three historical sites downtown will be turned into a parking lot, according to the El Paso County Historical Commission.

Children's hospital sees layoffs

Five people are out of a job after being laid off by El Paso Children's Hospital Tuesday. The hospital says the cuts were made to decrease expenses and improve the hospital's financial position.

Mayor Leeser attends conference in Washington D.C.

El Paso Mayor Oscar Leesar is in our nation's capital as part of the 83rd Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Hearts hidden in Downtown El Paso

In a mere 4 weeks, on Valentine’s Day, couples will exchange gifts and dine together in an effort to express their love. Singles will seek candidates for what could be their potential mate and make plans to share in the romance.

East Point Elementary's 'precautionary lockdown' lifted

Officials with Ysleta ISD confirm to NewsChannel 9 that the lockdown at East Point Elementary, on the city's eastside, has been lifted.

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. to host annual fundraising dinner

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. (DMRS) will hold its 6th Annual Fundraising Dinner on February 5, 2015 at 5:30 PM at the Camino Real Hotel located at 101 South El Paso Street.

Inmates involved in deadly TDCJ bus crash released from Odessa hospital

Three of the inmates who were injured in last week's deadly Texas Department of Criminal Justice bus crash were released from the Odessa hospital where they had been treated on Wednesday.

Horizon City PD nabs alleged home burglar from California

A 39-year-old California man was arrested early Wednesday morning as he was allegedly trying to enter a Horizon City home with a gun.

Will It Work: Cover Blubber

In Wedneday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested the Cover Blubber.

Catholic school enrollment down in El Paso

The St. Matthew Catholic School library was the spot to be on Tuesday afternoon, at least if you were one of the school's 4th graders.

El Paso woman nearing four decades of volunteer service

A woman who's been volunteering at a local hospital for nearly four decades says a lot has changed in that time, but not her sense of duty for making patients and visitors feel welcome.

El Pasoans can vote on priorities, shape future of new Eastside Regional Park

El Pasoans can help plan what will be one of the city’s largest park by attending an interactive community meeting and voting for their priorities.

Comedian Kevin Hart's shows postponed

Due to scheduling conflict, Kevin Hart's 'What Now' shows have been postponed. The shows, at Abraham Chavez Theatre, on Thursday, January 29th have been changed to Thursday, August 13 at 7:00 pm & 10:00pm.