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Seeking water solutions in colonias

UTEP and NMSU are working together to improve the water in colonias in both Texas and New Mexico.

City of El Paso holding community meetings on Quality of Life Bonds

The City of El Paso is holding additional community meetings to hear input on the 2012 Quality of Life Bond program. 

City ESD worker dies from injuries sustained in July 2 crash

A spokesman with El Paso's Environmental Services Department has confirmed that City Code Enforcement Officer Robert Narro, 59, passed away early on Thursday morning as a result of injuries sustained in a crash in El Paso's Lower Valley

Need something to do this weekend? Look no further

FRIDAY - SUNDAY Texas Showdown Music & Tattoo Festival July 18 - July 20 El Paso County Coliseum

El Paso's signature 'smart growth' development preparing for next phase

El Paso's signature smart growth development is getting ready to enter its second phase with the openings of new housing, retail, and restaurant spaces.

El Paso radiology center forced to close

Medicare cuts are hitting local companies hard. Imaging El Paso, a radiology center in West El Paso, has watched its income shrink by 70 percent since the cuts kicked in and now has no choice but to close and turn away 27,000 patients.

ANAMARC owners giving no timeline for submittal of assistance plans

ANAMARC owners are warning their former students their placement process is "complicated and takes time."

Acting secretary of VA will visit El Paso

The acting secretary of the Veterans Administration will visit El Paso Friday. Secretary Sloan Gibson will tour the VA Medical Center and visit with local VA leadership, employees, and stakeholders.

Former EPISD superintendent making restitution payments

Former superintendent Lorenzo Garcia has paid back thousands of dollars to El Paso ISD in less than a year according to EPISD's spokesperson Vanessa Monsisvais.

Four arrested for alleged 'Craigslist' aggravated robbery

El Paso Police arrested and charged four people with aggravated robbery in connection with an alleged 'Craigslist' transaction gone bad.

Bark at the Park returns with jersey auction

Grab the leash and your furry friend! Time to bring your canine pal to the ballpark as the Chihuahuas and GECU present the second Bark at the Park on Sunday, August. 3, 2014.

EPCC to receive scholarship funds from GECU

GECU will donate $10,000 in scholarship funds to El Paso Community College (EPCC).

Visit this local eatery for a yummy meal

Wednesday morning on NewsChannel 9 Today, we made sandwiches thanks to the fine folks at Potbelly's Sandwich Shop.

Some doctors struggling to pay for increasingly pricey vaccines

As physicians across the country prepare for next month's busy pre-back-to-school rush for vaccinations, the rising prices of some vaccines have some private doctors struggling to pay for the doses.

City officials release Deputy City Manager contract in light of absence

El Paso taxpayers will continue to pay more than $170,000 to a city employee -- who's not even working. It's a story we've been following for weeks.