El Paso

Seniors recognized for volunteer work

They're senior citizens, volunteers, and now they're award winners, too. The Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe recognized many of its volunteers Wednesday with a banquet at the Camino Real hotel.

James Butler Spring Games held today

It's one of the biggest events of the school year. Today the Annual James Butler Spring Games were held at the Socorro ISD Student Activities Complex.

National Work Zone Awareness week reminds drivers to be careful

In support of National Work Zone Awareness Week, March 23-27, the El Paso District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will host an event to bring awareness to work zone safety issues.

Teen helps raise $45,000 for Segundo Barrio baseball field

A local teenager is helping build a 'Field of Dreams' for a South El Paso prep school that he doesn't even attend.

Teen helps raise $45,000 for prep school baseball field

A local teenager is helping build a 'Field of Dreams' for a South El Paso prep school that he doesn't even attend.

TRAFFIC ALERT: All lanes now open on Loop 375 near North Loop

5:55 p.m. UPDATE: All lanes are now open. Traffic is now moving normally in both directions.

Most EPWU customers to see new charge on April bill

Most El Paso Water Utilities customers will see a new charge starting with their April water bill.

City records fourth flu-related death of the season

A fourth person has died as a result of the flu this season, according to the City of El Paso Department of Health.

City of El Paso presents master plan for Eastside Regional Park

The City of El Paso will present the master plan for Eastside Regional Park at 6:30 tonight in the cafeteria of El Dorado High School, 12401 Edgemere Boulevard.

Latinitas present “Viva La Mujer"

Latinitas is pleased to invite the public to Viva la Mujer, a benefit showcase to honor Women’s History Month. The event will be held at Café Mayapan in central El Paso located at 2000 Texas Ave on March 27th, 2015.

El Paso named Tree City USA for managing, expanding inventory of urban trees

The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized El Paso as a 2014 Tree City USA, affirming the city’s commitment to planting and care of trees.

Honoring an El Pasoan and Navy Petty Officer

In Wednesday's Service Salute, we honored Navy Petty Officer Laura Olague.

Council approves incentives package for Douglas Steel

El Paso city reps are now satisfied with the wages that workers at a planned new steel facility will be paid. Council gave the final green light Tuesday for a grant package for Douglas Steel.

El Paso man accused of selling fake auto insurance cards

An El Paso man is accused of selling fake auto insurance cards. Investigators with the County Constable’s Office arrested William Byers, 75, on Friday. He bonded out that same day.

State Legislation bills could bring money to the Sun City

In Austin, a couple of bills that could bring millions of dollars' worth of projects to El Paso are moving forward in the state legislature.