El Paso

Testing center now available for diagnosis of learning differences

About one in ten people have dyslexia, now one local non-profit school is reaching out to parents to help their children get diagnosed.

Make Plans: 2014 MUTS Independence Day Concert at the Chamizal

The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) is pleased to announce the Music Under the Stars Independence Day Patriotic Concert and Fireworks Spectacular featuring the El Paso Wind Symphony sponsored by GECU.

EPPD: Registered sex offender allegedly videotaped, exposed himself to teen on Sun Metro bus

El Paso Police have arrested a registered sex offender after a 14-year-old girl reported being video recorded while riding a Sun Metro Bus near the 800 block of S. Park St in South El Paso.

El Paso County Sheriff's Department investigating Deputy-involved shooting

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a deputy-involved shooting in Northwest El Paso Thursday night.

UTEP School of Nursing receives grant for nursing scholarships through RWJF New Careers in Nursing Program

For the fourth time, the School of Nursing at The University of Texas at El Paso has been awarded a grant from the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) Scholarship Program.

Hundreds cool off at Wet-N-Wild Waterworld for attempt at world's largest swimming lesson

Hundreds of kids, along with their parents, made it out to Wet-N-Wild Waterworld Friday morning for an attempt at the world's largest swimming lesson.

The first Adolescent Health Fair by Salud y Vida

Salud y Vida, will be hosting its first Adolescent Health Fair with collaboration from El Paso First Health Plan on Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 9:00a.m.-1:00pm at 6974 Gateway Blvd. East. 

Experience the beauty of the sun at International SUN-day

Welcome the summer season by taking part in the first International SUN-day this Sunday, June 22, at the New Mexico Museum of Space History.

El Paso selected as one of "100 Resilient Cities" by Rockefeller Foundation

El Paso was selected as one of the cities in the "100 Resilient Cities" Centennial Challenge launched by the Rockefeller Foundation.

Cardboard canoe race at UTEP

Staying afloat was today's mission for some area high school students during a very wet cardboard canoe competition.

Crisis in Middle East may be contributing to spike in gas prices

The conflict in the Middle East may be fueling a spike in prices at the pump. Even though El Paso motorists may pay less than national driers for gas.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Crash at I-10 West at Geronimo

UPDATE: The Original Crash was cleared at 4:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Shortly thereafter, a second crash was reported near Paisano. That crash is now in the clearing stages. EARLIER:

Update: Substance found at Homeland Security Office tested negative for all bio-hazards

UPDATE:  Armando Saldivar, the spokesman for El Paso County Health Department says that the tests for all biohazards came up negative and posed no threat to the public.   EARLIER: [Friday, June 13, 2014]

Man dies after falling from tree in Central El Paso

A man is dead after falling from a tree in Central El Paso Thursday afternoon.

EPCSO: Man vandalizes City Hall in retaliation of Daniel Saenz police video

A man is behind bars this morning after allegedly vandalizing El Paso City Hall with graffiti overnight.