El Paso

Saluting an Army veteran who is a few months away from a milestone

Tuesday's Service Salute was sent in by Marie Solera. She wanted to honor her dad, Henry Solera.

Woman traveling with children caught smuggling drugs, CBP says

A massive seizure for Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operation officers Friday involved a woman and her three minor children.

Horizon holds vigil for teen who drowned in state park

The Horizon community continues to grieve after a well-loved, talented teen's life was cut short. Misael Hernandez was Horizon High School's 2014 salutatorian who drowned just one week after graduating.

City offers a birds-eye view of San Jacinto Plaza rennovations

Construction began in 2012 at San Jacinto Plaza, but for months the park sat untouched. In January, the second phase of construction began in the park, which is scheduled to be completed by early 2015.

Sun City Craft Beer Fest: Same great taste, new great date

El Paso was treated to its first Beer Fest last year and we are proud to announce that something big is hoppyning again…the Sun City Craft Beer Festival is back for 2014!

EPE largest solar facility now completed

El Paso Electric (EPE) welcomes the completion and commercial operations of Macho Springs, the largest solar facility on EPE’s system.

Suspect(s) who robbed a convenience store remains on the loose

The person who robbed a convenience store in Central El Paso remains on the loose. Police said the 7-Eleven on the 3600 block of Montana was robbed around 1 a.m. Monday. They said no arrests have been made.

Immigrant support organizations accepting specific donations for new group

 Local immigrant support organizations are allocating their resources to help the 250 undocumented immigrants who arrived in El Paso yesterday. One hundred of them are children under the age of 10.

Two more planes with undocumented immigrants land in El Paso

Two more planes from south Texas carrying more undocumented immigrants landed in El Paso. The group of 250 is now being processed by federal agents then they will be released.

Hazmat scare in west El Paso

A hazmat scare at the Homeland Security Office, located in the 4100 block of Pinnacle, caused the entire building to be put on lockdown.

Movies on the Lawn cancelled tonight

Movies on the Lawn has been cancelled tonight. According to UTEP officials the event, which was scheduled to begin at 8p.m. has been cancelled due to high winds.

Chihuahuas add fireworks to July 2nd game

Due to popular demand for the July 3rd game, the El Paso Chihuahuas have announced the addition of a postgame Fireworks Spectacular after the July 2nd game in order to make the team’s Celebrate America festivities available to even more f

El Paso CBP seizes $307,200 worth cocaine Thursday

Officers with US Customs and Border Protection working at the El Paso Port of Entry were able to seize 9.6 pounds of cocaine worth approximately $307,200 from a 52-year-old man coming into the US from Mexico Thursday.

Commedian Mike Epps show canceled at Plaza Theatre

El Paso Live announces that comedian, Mike Epps, scheduled for June 27th, 2014 at the Plaza Theatre has been canceled. Refunds will be available at the original points of purchase.

Before you ride an ATV, check out the safety tips

During this time of year, riding an ATV is popular and the Sheriff’s Office would like to encourage its citizens to be safe this summer. Although riding an ATV can be fun, it can also cause serious injuries.