El Paso

Police identify couple involved in Wednesday murder-suicide

El Paso Police are releasing new details about the murder suicide involving an east El Paso woman an her ex-boyfriend.

H&M opens second store in east El Paso

Swedish clothing retailer H&M has expanded to the east side. The store celebrated the opening of its second location in El Paso at Cielo Vista Mall.

23rd annual Navidad de La Fe Luminarias to light up Scenic Drive Saturday

The Christmas spirits of hope and giving will come alive from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec.

Auditor hired for EPISD

There will now be a full-time independent auditor on the El Paso Independent School District's payroll.

Lubbock family discovers WWII letters from El Paso couple in their attic

Andy Green had a difficult time crawling into his attic - a tight squeeze made because of a drier vent.

Health Department confirms first flu-related death in El Paso

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health has confirmed that a middle-aged woman who tested positive for influenza infection has died.

Dona Ana County man reportedly crashes into pole during high-speed chase

A high-speed pursuit in Dona Ana County's East Mesa could have ended much differently Wednesday night.

Neighbors shaken up by east El Paso murder

“It’s like oh my gosh I live just down the street," said a neighbor who wished to remain anonymous. 

Man suspected of stabbing Horizon City woman leads police on high speed chase

Officers from the Horizon City Police Department were involved in a high-speed chase involving a man suspected of stabbing a woman early Thursday morning.

Christmas events, sports and more!

STARTING FRIDAY Christmas Celebration Friday December 19 at 7 p.m. Sunday December 20 - Wednesday, December 24 at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Abundant Living Faith Center Free

Fabens ISD will not close Early College program

Expected declining enrollment in the Fabens ISD Early College program has fueled rumors of the closing of Cotton Valley Early College High School. The Fabens school board made no decision Wednesday night, though.

Local cuban americans, businesses react to new U.S.-Cuban relations

Cubans in the Sun City are reacting to the implications President Obama's new diplomatic agreement will have on U.S.-Cuban relations politically, economically, and emotionally on families in both countries.

Pet store donates toys to children in local hospital

This morning pediatric patients at Providence Children's Hospital received a "lucky" or a "chance". The plush toys are courtesy of Petsmart and their customers.

Interns needed to help with Neon Desert Music Festival

Do you have what it takes to be an intern for the Neon Desert Music Festival? If so, you have until Friday to apply. Interns are needed for the following positions: