El Paso

Man charged in Wednesday crash that left El Paso City Employee fighting for his life

El Paso Police have released the identity of the man who allegedly struck a City of El Paso Environmental Services Cod

El Paso Holocaust Museum Founder Henry Kellen passes away at 98

Henry Kellen, Holocaust survivor and founder of El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center, died Thursday. He was 98.

More patrols on the road this 4th of July

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is expected to see an increase in drivers his 4th of July Holiday.

Lots of great activities for Fourth of July weekend!

THURSDAY Cool Canyon Nights July 3 6 p.m. McKelligon Canyon Amphitheatre Free Band: Billy Townes (jazz)

Budget details released include tax hike

The city will have to do more with less. During a meeting with reporters about the proposed fiscal year 2015 budget at city hall today city manager tommy gonzalez says the city is looking to cut spending by five percent.

Fraud, embezzlement claims at Anamarc, solutions proposed for students

Allegations of fraud and embezzlement coming to light in the closing of Anamarc College, a medical technical school in El Paso. The details show a battle in the courts that's turned sister against sister, and in-law against in-law.

Anamarc employees without pay for weeks

Students and instructors would have been in class Wednesday evening. Instead, they have been shut out and even had the gate to the Central campus closed on them when they were asking the owners for answers.

EPPD: Driver hit city employee on sidewalk, fled scene

A Code Enforcement Officer with the City of El Paso's Environmental Services Department was seriously injured after being struck while working on a sidewalk in El Paso's Lower Valley this morning.

Police identify mother and son who were found dead in Upper Valley home

El Paso Police have released the identities of the two people who were found dead inside an Upper Valley home on June 19, 2014.

Sun Metro Detours 4 routes for two Independence Day parades

Sun Metro will be required to detour Routes 13, 14, 15 and 53 beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, July 4, due to two Independence Day parades in West and East El Paso.

Chihuahuas game rescheduled after rain fall

There are some disappointed Chihuahua fans and it's all thanks to mother nature.

Dinner and dance fundraiser to help cancer patients afford treatment

A fundraiser aiming to help continue care for hundreds diagnosed with cancer and cannot afford treatment will take place next week.

Severe Thunderstorms, Flash flooding possible tonight

Las Cruces is already experiencing severe thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall causing some localized street flooding. High wind and hail is also possible on I-10 between Las Cruces & El Paso.

City approves plan to remove property from Lincoln Center

The process to begin preserving historical items from the Lincoln Center got the thumbs up from City Council Tuesday. The center had been under the threat of demolition by TxDot, which owns the property, to make way for a freeway connector.

Students plan protest at financially strapped Anamarc, want answers from administration

Students at the financially strapped Anamarc College are planning to protest Tuesday night. Many said they were kicked off campus Tuesday without a reason why.