El Paso

Bach's Lunch performances to start Thursday

Bach's Lunch began nine years ago as a collaboration with El Paso Pro-Musica and the El Paso Museum of Art. Zuill Bailey and Dr. Michael Tomor decided that it would be wonderful to combine visual arts and musical arts together.

City attempting to remove San Jacinto holiday tree?

Could the most famous tree in Downtown El Paso be made into mulch soon? That's what a group of El Pasoans are claiming.

Over 50 local cyclists join forces with Ride for Reading

Ride for Reading, a Nashville-based grass-root nonprofit founded by MNPS educator Mathew Portell in 2008, is set to donate over a thousand books next week.

City seeks input on creation of 'Great Streets' standards, policy

The City of El Paso’s Engineering and Construction Management Department has scheduled the second of several community meetings which will be held as part the development of a Great Streets and Corridors Plan.

EPPD identifies passenger killed by police during traffic stop

El Paso Police have identified 33-year-old Andy Martinez of Central El Paso as the man who was killed by an EPPD officer during a routine traffic stop late Friday evening.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to stop at Fort Bliss Thursday

Fort Bliss Officials have confirmed that outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will spend Thursday at Fort Bliss as part of his last trip to U.S. bases as acting defense secretary.

YISD Superintendent reveals some closure/consolidation plans

Too many schools and not enough money to keep them all open. That's the reality the Ysleta Independent School District is facing, and it's why Superintendent Xavier DeLaTorre said the district needs to reinvent itself.

Health departments run events to keep flu from spreading

As the El Paso Dept. of Health announces the city's second death attributed to the flu, borderland health departments also announce plans to combat the virus.

Williams-Sonoma Outlet to open this Saturday

The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso announced today that Williams-Sonoma Outlet will be the latest addition to its more than 95 famous name-brand stores.

Sheriff's deputies save life of local teen

Two El paso County Sheriff's deputies are heroes after saving the life of a local teen.

El Paso 6th grader ranked #1 in US for age bracket

El Pasoan Gianna Pielet won the Girl’s 12s Singles Winter National Championships in Tucson, Arizona on January 2 — one of the Highest Junior Achievement in American Tennis.

Boxer indicted, bond reduction denied for suspect in Christmas Eve fatal crash

Despite the request, the bond remains unchanged for an El Paso boxer accused of driving while intoxicated, running a red light and killing three young El Pasoans on Christmas Eve.

(UPDATE) Fort Bliss Freedom Crossing evacuation lifted

UPDATE: According to Fort Bliss, first responders determined the suspicious package was an unattended briefcase and not dangerous. The alert was lifted shortly after 6 p.m.

El Paso sees nearly 60 percent increase in flu cases, second confirmed death

A second El Paso County resident has died as a result of the flu, according to The City of El Paso Health Department officials. The case involves an elderly woman who had underlying medical conditions.

Arrest Warrant issued for suspected driver in fatal I-10 crash

El Paso County Sheriff's Special Traffic Investigators are asking for the community's help locating a man suspected in causing a fatal crash on I-10 east near the Eastlake exit on January 3, 2015.