El Paso

TRAFFIC ALERT: Accident I-10 east at Airway

Emergency crews are responding to a traffic accident involving multiple vehicles at I-10 eastbound near Airway.

Free shredding event April 26

The Better Business Bureau is sponsoring a free shredding event April 26 as part of Secure Your ID Day.

BBB on Homes: Avoid getting clipped when hiring lawn-care services

It's that time of the year again when the temperatures rise and the smell of freshly cut grass fills the air. If you are starting to think about lawn care, the Better Business Bureau has a few tips to keep in mind.

El Paso celebrates Dia De los Ninos April 26

The 18th annual celebration of literacy and health will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Washington Park, 200 Washington Street, from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Happening Monday: Burn Ban, Ballpark Parking and 'No More' Rally

County Commissioners are considering extending a burn ban which impacts El Paso County. The ban prohibit outdoor burning in unincorporated areas of the county for an additional 90 days.

Broadway in El Paso brings big blockbusters to the Plaza Theatre

El Paso Live and Jam Theatricals announced the El Paso Electric Broadway in El Paso 2014-2015 season Monday morning, which includes the return of Broadway's biggest blockbuster, Wicked.

Mayor Oscar Leeser to deliver State of City Address Wednesday

Mayor Oscar Leeser will be delivering his state of the city address Wednesday. In his first public speech since being elected in May, Mayor Leeser is expected to talk about economic progress.

New El Paso unemployment numbers have some optimistic for future

For the first time in nearly six years, El Paso's unemployment rate is below the national average. El Paso's rate fell to 6.7% in March, that's just below the national rate of 6.8%.

New Information on 22-year-old woman killed by accused drunk driver

El Paso Police identified the woman allegedly killed by a drunk driver early Saturday morning as 22-year-old Crystal Saldana. 

UTEP Professor; Four Others to be Recognized as Outstanding Educators

John Hadjimarcou, Ph.D., chair of UTEP’s Department of Marketing and Management, will be inducted into The University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers during a ceremony on Tuesday, April 22.

Manhunt Monday fugitive arrested

The man who was on El Paso County Sheriff's Office Manhunt Monday this week after he allegedly dragged a El Paso Police Officer with his car was arrested by members of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force Friday afternoon at a home in the 3800

Calling all filmmakers: evolveFCU acepting submission for 2014 evolution Film Festival

For the third year, evolve Federal Credit Union is hosting the evolution Film Festival this July, and we want submissions from talented lmmakers in the region.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Rollover crash at US-54 South at Diana

Emergency crews are en route to a rollover crash on US-54 southbound at Diana. All southbound lanes of US-54 are closed at Diana. Traffic is currently diverted onto Gateway South. Estimated clearing time: 1 hour.

UPDATE: SWAT situation in central El Paso over, man in custody

UPDATE: The El Paso Police has now opened up the area around Virginia and Montana to Yandell after authorities were able to reach a man who was possibly suicidal inside of a store. He was taken into custody for medical treatment.

Easter egg hunt at Elephant Butte Lake

New Mexico State Parks has been tracking the Easter Bunny’s whereabouts all week and is happy to report he will be at Elephant Butte Lake State Park on Saturday, April 19, from 10-noon.