El Paso

Volunteers give back to the Salvation Army

A group of employees gave a helping hand to a local organization that gives to those in need year round. Forty employees from Johnson & Johnson gave the Salvation Army a new look today.

Update: Fire crews battle south-central El Paso fire

Update: El Paso fire investigators are working to find out what sparked a massive blaze in south central El Paso Tuesday afternoon.

EPPD files additional charges in 2013 financial crimes case

The El Paso Police Department has filed additional charges against a man who is accused of holding fake job fairs in order to obtain people's personal information throughout El Paso.

County trucking business set on fire

El Paso County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an arson and theft at a trucking business in far east El Paso County.

$566,400 worth of heroin seized at Paso Del Norte crossing

A 21-year-old El Paso man was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Monday after CBP Officers discovered 17.7 pounds of heroin at an estimated street value of $566,400 in his car.

El Paso Christians celebrate Jewish Passover

Hundreds of El Pasoans gathered Monday night to celebrate the Jewish Passover. The Word of Life Church in east El Paso was one of a handful of area Christian churches to celebrate the seder meal on the first night of Passover.

Non-profit seeks to provide resources for pregnant teens, young adults

For 12 years, the House of Hope has tried to reach out to pregnant teens and young adults in hopes of getting them more informed before they make the biggest choice: to parent, or to abort.

El Paso man convicted of aggravated assault faces 80 years

An El Paso man acquitted of murder will learn his fate by Friday. Last Friday, 21-year-old Miguel Tinoco was found not guilty of murder but found guilty of four counts of aggravated assault.

New details in dentist arrest

We are learning more details about an alleged botched root canal by a former El Paso dentist.

Sunset Heights, Texas Trost Society presents 'Trost Week'

The Texas Trost Society will be holding a series of events Mary 3-10, 2014 in celebration of 'Trost Week.' Events throughout the week will celebrate architect Henry Trost.

El Pasoan elected President of Texas State Teachers Association

Noel Candelaria, a former special education teacher in the Ysleta Independent School District, has been elected president of the Texas State Teachers Association. He will take office July 15.

Two teens seriously injured in San Elizario ATV crash

Two teens from San Elizario were seriously injured when the ATV they were riding on collided with a Ford Mustang around 2:00 a.m. Saturday morning.

Calling local artist for HACEP competition

The Housing Authority of El Paso (HACEP) is calling on local artists to participate in the annual HACEP Art Competition.

BBB offers tips for latest security threat

Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns the public to safeguard private information against the “Heartbleed” security threat.

Manhunt Monday: Two men wanted for two separate crimes

Local authorities are searching for two fugitives wanted for different crimes.