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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

El Paso

Head Start Celebrates 50 Years of Opportunity

This year Head Start is celebrating fifty years of service to our nation and to our community. Head Start has been the premier early childhood education model for providing the whole child an opportunity for success in school and in life.

Health Department: New cases of mosquito-borne illnesses

The Department of Public Health has reported a second imported case of Chikungunya virus in El Paso. It is believed that the man, who is in his 60’s, contracted the Mosquito-borne virus while traveling to Puerto Rico.

Crime Stoppers seek to identify far east El Paso burglar

Crime Stoppers of El Paso are looking for a man who was captured on surveillance footage stealing welding equipment from a home in far East El Paso County in early August.

TEA directs EPISD Board of Managers to hold 2015 election

The Commissioner of Education for the Texas Education Agency, Michael Williams, has directed El Paso Independent School District's appointed board of managers to order an election to be set on May 9, 2015 to fill school board seats.

OSHA: Workers became trapped in pump pit, were unable to escape

We're learning more about the deaths of two workers at the Roberto Bustamante wastewater treatment plant in El Paso's Lower Valley Wednesday afternoon

El Paso welcomes Indian Food Festival

An experience 5,000 years in the making, the Indian Food Festival is right around the corner.

Five vehicle wreck shuts down a portion of the freeway

El Paso Police responded to a big accident that shut down a portion of the freeway overnight.

A weekend filled with pre-Halloween fun!

NOW OPEN KLAQ Haunted House "Maze of Madness" Through November 1 6 p.m. - 11 p.m. October 26 - Halloween 1323 N. Lee Trevino Monday - Thursday, $10

Saluting a two-time war veteran for his service to our country

In Thursday's Service Salute, we honored SGT Ernesto Arenas. The picture was sent in by Amanda Espinosa. She wanted to recognize the love of her life. SGT Arenas is currently stationed at Fort Bliss.

University Medical Center receives donation

A non-profit organization that hopes to bring comfort and hope to women fighting ovarian cancer presented a donation to the University Medical Center Foundation.

Brother of man accused of shooting El Paso police officer, woman, saw both before shootings

The brother of Frank Aparicio is providing some insight into the moments before Aparicio allegedly shot an El Paso police officer several times Monday night, and murdered an East El Paso woman, before turning the gun on himself.  Aparicio&

Trick-or-treaters line up for Div. West’s first Fort Bliss Trunk-or-Treat

Ninjas, zombies, and princesses scurried from car-to-car collecting candy when two First Army Division West brigades co-hosted their first of planned annual Trunk-or-Treats at Fort Bliss on Friday.

Gamboa indictment waiver details colleagues' involvement in EPISD scandal

Two former EPISD leaders have been named as co-conspirators in a case filed against another EPISD administrator in federal court.

Two workers dead at Lower Valley wastewater treatment plant

An investigation has been launched into a workplace accident that killed two men at an El Paso Water Utilities wastewater treatment plant Wednesday afternoon.

Traffic Alert: TxDot to close two areas of I-10 overnight this week

TxDot would like to remind the public of two complete closures of I-10 overnight this week. SPALLING REPAIR PROJECT