El Paso

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.

Go Red 2015: Heart Health Apps

NewsChannel 9 is partnering with the Sierra Providence Health Network and the American Heart Association to promote heart health in February.

Tickets still available for inaugural 'Brew at the Zoo'

The El Paso Zoological Society invites you to its inaugural Brew at the Zoo fundraising event to be held at the El Paso Zoo on Saturday, February 28 from 6-10 p.m.

Mariachi group needs your help to perform at Disneyland

Several young musicians are getting the opportunity of a lifetime.  They'll perform on Good Friday at Disneyland in California.

Man dies after vehicle falls on top of him

Update: A man has died after a vehicle fell on top of him in West El Paso during an industrial accident. The accident happened at around 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Providence Memorial Hospital.

Home undergoing renovations in East El Paso catches fire Monday afternoon

El Paso Fire Department Crews responded to a condition 2 fire just after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon in the 1700 block of Dean Jones Drive in East El Paso.

SISD students learn about sports medicine

John Drugan 8th graders got to learn about sports medicine during their P.E. classes Monday.  The teachers were Americas High School sports medicine students.

New Report Cites UTEP’s contribution of $1.4 billion to local economy

Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) has released a report showing that The University of Texas at El Paso contributes $1.4 billion to the local economy.

Feds appeal ruling on Obama Immigration Order

 

Mosquito experts prepare for Chikungunya threat along U.S.-Mexico Border

National mosquito experts will gather at The University of Texas at El Paso to discuss and strengthen U.S. border plans related to the surveillance and control of mosquito-borne viruses.

Big changes coming March 1st to Texas vehicle inspection and registration program

Big changes are coming to vehicle owners in the State of Texas beginning on March 1, 2015.

Montwood Dr. in East El Paso to be closed starting Monday

The City of El Paso will be closing off one East El Paso street as it prepares to finish an enchancement project that began two years ago.

Fire at central El Paso apartment leaves families without home

A fire at an apartment complex in Central El Paso leaves at least two families without a place to stay Sunday. The American Red Cross has stepped in to help the people whose apartments were damaged by the fire.

Low flying plane causes concern among El Pasoans

This afternoon we received several calls from concerned viewers about a low flying plane circling around the El Paso Airport.