El Paso

Falling oil prices create anxiety for Texas college students

Anxiety is rising on several college campuses across the country as crude oil prices continue to fall.

TACHE 40th annual state conference coming to El Paso

The Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education Executive Board and its regional representatives, invite you to the 40th Annual TACHE Conference to be held on February 11-14, 2015 at the Camino Real Historic Hotel in El Paso, Texas.

Settlement reached in El Paso Catholic Diocese sex abuse lawsuit

A settlement was reached Wednesday between the Jesuits and El Paso Diocese and two men who were sexually assaulted as young boys by a priest who was assigned within the El Paso Diocese. 

DASO: Mother was not drinking before death of infant

Many questions still remain in the death investigation of a 10-day-old baby boy who was found unresponsive in the twin size bed he was sharing with his mother early Monday morning.

Macy's and American Heart Association pair up for Go Red for Women Day

Tomorrow, Friday, February 6, 2015 is National Wear Red Day. The day is part of a national movement started by the American Heart Association to bring attention to heart disease and stroke in women.

Second county employee arrested for alleged forgery and embezzlement scheme

A second El Paso County employee has been arrested and charged in connection to an alleged forgery and embezzlement scheme at Ascarate Park.

Traffic Alert: Intersection in Central El Paso closed due to water main break

Traffic Alert: The intersection of Schuster Avenue and Virginia Street this closed this morning due to a water main break. Meanwhile, El Paso High School has canceled classes due to the water main break.

New art exhibit welcomes travelers at El Paso Airport

Travelers flying into El Paso will get a colorful new welcome starting Wednesday thanks to the new Art Windows of El Paso exhibit at the International Airport.

Witnesses claim trooper ran red light, not man charged with manslaughter

Several witnesses took the stand today in the trial of a man accused of killing a state trooper with his car back in 2012.

Storm water ponds project to help with Central flood

It’s been a common problem in Central El Paso. Every time it rain, there’s flooding. Today, El Paso Water Utilities got to work on a solution.

Flag design painted over at Reyes Elementary

The stars and stripes are no more at one area elementary school. Dark orange paint covered the red, white and blue at Reyes Elementary in the Cimarron subdivision of Northwest El Paso.

Affidavit: Man shot in the head during domestic dispute with Border Patrol Agent

The El Paso Sheriff's Office has released additional information about what allegedly lead up to a shooting and SWAT situation involving two off-duty Border Patrol Agents in Montana Vista late Monday night into Tuesday morning.

Brothers charged with attempted murder in connection to NE shooting

A pair of brothers are behind bars, charged with Criminal Attempted Murder after allegedly opening fire on a man they were trying to rob in Northeast El Paso during the early morning hours Sunday.

Fire in Central El Paso damages auto repair business

El Paso Fire crews responded to a blaze inside the Body Pros Auto Collision Shop located at 4031 Van Buren at 12:22 p.m.