El Paso

UTEP'S community service earns national recognition

The Corporation for National and Community Service recently announced that The University of Texas at El Paso is included in the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Rabid fox found in El Paso, city urges citizens to vaccinate pets

Animal Services of El Paso confirms that they captured a rabid fox last week, and are now reminding the community to vaccinate their household pets against rabies.

Will It Work: Potty Putter

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out the Potty Putter.

Murders Up, but El Paso Still Safe, Lawmakers Say

EL PASO — After four years running as the safest city of its size in the nation, El Paso will close out 2014 with an 80 percent increase in murders.

Neon Desert to span three days in 2015

A big change is being made to the Neon Desert Music Festival in El Paso. It'll be a day longer next year. The 2015 event will run three days – from May 22nd through the 24th.

UMC, Commissioners to meet quarterly

Every three months, county commissioners will have to meet with leaders at University Medical Center.

Autopsy report: man killed by police was shot seven times

A man who was killed by police outside an El Paso hotel two months ago was shot 7 times. That's according to an autopsy report now released.

No restrooms for San Jacinto Plaza

A big multimillion dollar renovation of San Jacinto Plaza will not include restrooms.

Bathroom complaint raises questions about El Paso schools & transgender students

A recent complaint involving a local transgender student is raising questions about how El Paso-area school districts handle gender identity.

Christmas comes early for students at Beall Elementary

Some lucky kids in the city's southside got a visit from Santa a week before Christmas. Kindergarteners at Beall Elementary were called up one by one to meet Santa and his helpers to get their gifts.

Three transported to area hospitals after crash involving Border Patrol transport bus

A spokesperson with the El Paso Border Patrol confirms that a contract transport unit was involved in a crash on I-10 near Anthony this afternoon.

El Paso Museum of Art receives $65,000 Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced on December 2, 2014 that the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) was one of only 919 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant.

Chihuahuas 'Days of Giving' underway

With the holiday season approaching the Chihuahuas are keeping with the holiday spirit, as they are proud to present the Days of Giving to take place starting today and will run through Dec. 23, benefiting six local charities.

Dismissal date set for Helen of Troy lawsuit

The former CEO of a multi-million manufacturer of personal care products has until March to see if his lawsuit, filed in Dallas, against his former company is dismissed.

Commissioners appoint new Chief Medical Examiner

After years without a permanent Chief Medical Examiner, El Paso County commissioners finally appointed someone to the position on Monday.