El Paso

Veterans plant seeds toward healing

At least 20% of the veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from PTSD.

Will It Work: EZ Pocket

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out the EZ Pocket.

UTEP recognized for students' social mobility

The University of Texas at El Paso has been recognized again by Washington Monthly Magazine's college guide.

Miners End Season With 81-66 Defeat

UTEP's season is complete. The Miners bowed out of the NIT with an 81-66 opening round defeat to Murray State on Tuesday on the Racers home court.

City leaders praise Andress boys' basketball team

An extraordinary effort deserves an extraordinary recognition. That's what the El Paso City Council did Tuesday for the Andress High School boys’ varsity basketball team.

Future of two El Paso elementary schools to be decided Wednesday

The future of Mesita and Vilas Elementary Schools will be decided Wednesday.

UTEP physicist to study pollution in the Borderland

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new air quality standards nationwide, and there's concern among scientists here in El Paso that the Sun City won't meet them.

St. Patrick School celebrates St. Pat

The St. Patrick Cathedral School community celebrated their patron saint day on Tuesday with a mass in the St. Patrick Cathedral.

President Obama meets with Cabrera, other urban school leaders

Cabrera was one of eight superintendents who were invited by the President to discuss the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act and other important education matters.

Children's home unveils new sports court

Some of the Borderland’s most vulnerable children now have a new place to help them forget about their troubles.

UTEP assistant marching band director receives state recognition

A UTEP faculty member is receiving state recognition for his work Assistant marching band director and horn professor Richard Lambrecht has been named Texas Bandmaster of the Year.

Special ed students to compete in annual James Butler Spring Games

The James Butler Spring Games, one of Socorro Independent School District’s biggest events of the school year, will be March 25 at the SAC.

Varekai descends into the Don Haskins Center

A dormant volcano, a mystical forest and an ancient prophecy... The adventure of Icarus begins.

Motorists gear up for Central El Paso street closure

Starting Monday, Arizona Avenue will be closed as El Paso Water Utilities' crews work to make emergency repairs to a sewer line.