El Paso

NHRA champions visit Western Tech students

Antron Brown, 2012 NHRA Top Fuel world champion and driver of the Don Schumacher Racing-owned Matco Tools dragster, visited Western Technical College in El Paso, Texas for the seventh consecutive year on Wednesday.

Bond reduced for Fort Bliss soldier accused in Constable death

A Fort Bliss soldier charged in connection with the death of an El Paso county constable may soon get out of jail.

Mimbela takes on claims he's interfering with Villegas case

A big player in El Paso's construction world, John Mimbela's name can be found at work sites all over the Sun City.

EPPD identifies man killed while working on truck in Central El Paso parking lot

El Paso Police have identified the 31-year-old man killed while working on a truck in the parking lot at Providence Memorial Hospital on Monday as Jose Trujillo of El Paso.

LCPD searching for men who robbed victim at knifepoint

It has probably happened to you dozens of times, you're walking to your car when a stranger approaches to ask if you have any loose change.

SISD pays for all high school juniors to take SAT exam

Wednesday was a very important day for the Junior class in all Socorro Independent School District Schools.

Register for the El Paso Heart Walk

Healthy Life, Happy Life: Walking is the simplest single most effective form of exercise to achieve heart health. All you need are comfortable clothes and supportive shoes.

UMC proposal includes children's hospital board changes, debt plan

Under a proposal to extend a lifeline to El Paso Children's Hospital, El Paso County's University Medical Center would make changes to the struggling pediatric facility's board of directors and would take on a portion of the young h

SISD spends thousands cleaning up malware attack

An Eastlake High School student is facing charges of breach of computer security. A spokesperson with the Socorro Independent School District said the student downloaded malware at the school and hit 15 computers in the lab.

Several Parkland High School teachers out of jobs

More than a handful of Parkland High School teachers are out of job, but the district won't tell us why. A district spokesperson says all personnel matters are confidential.

Want to sing the National Anthem at a Chihuahuas game?

The Chihuahuas are seeking National Anthem and God Bless America singers to perform at home games.

YISD students, teachers display artwork on hand-painted shovels

A group of hand-painted shovels are now on display at La Galeria De La Mision De Senecu, 8455 Alameda Ave

Contract employee dies in industrial accident at new WBAMC site

A contract worker with Midwest Steel, Inc. died this morning in an industrial accident at the construction site of the new William Beaumont Army Medical Center in East Bliss.

Santa Fe Street to close for resurfacing

Several projects currently underway along the Santa Fe Street Corridor in Downtown El Paso will improve the area’s visual image while enhancing pedestrian safety and connectivity.

City of El Paso breaks ground on Yucca Park basketball court

By this fall, residents of several Mission Valley neighborhoods will have a new place to play basketball, thanks to the latest project to enhance El Paso’s quality of life by improving Yucca Park.