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Two El Paso Dentention Officers charged with Official Oppression

Two El Paso County Detention Officers have been arrested and charged with Official Oppression, after they allegedly beat an inmate at the El Paso County Jail Annex, located at 12501 Montana Ave., on March 24, 2014, according to El Paso County S

Sun Metro to offer Park + Ride for Chihuahuas home opener

Baseball fans attending the inaugural El Paso Chihuahuas game at Southwest University Park can avoid traffic and parking anxiety by riding with Sun Metro!

LC Crime Stoppers looking for info on animal cruelty case

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is once again asking for the community's assistance in identifying the person or persons who set fire to a cat in Las Cruces last October.

Menchies has Miner Mania, plans to raffle WNIT tickets

If you have Miner Mania like so many El Pasoans,  missed out on the chance to snag your WNIT Championship tickets for tomorrow, you're still in luck!

El Paso observes National Crime Victims' Rights week

The week of April 6-12, 2014 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in the United States.

Museums & Cultural Affairs Department new phone number

Museums & Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) will officially adopt a new phone number under the City of El Paso’s initiative to upgrade the phone system.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Two vehicle crash I-10 W near Asarco

El Paso Police are on the scene of a two-vehicle crash that is tying up traffic on I-10 westbound near Asarco for miles, past downtown. The situation is in the clearing stages and should be re-opened shortly.

El Paso celebrates Earth Day month

Earth Day is April 22nd and the City of El Paso is honoring the earth with a number of Earth Day related events in April.

Author and teacher Brad Lancaster will appear in Las Cruces

Author and teacher Brad Lancaster, a rainwater harvesting expert, will make an appearance in Las Cruces for a presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 10, at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main Street.

Get 'em while they're hot! Tickets to Saturday's WNIT game!

Students began lining up at 5 a.m. Friday to get their hands on tickets to the WNIT Championship game between the UTEP and Rutgers. 250 student tickets were donated, thanks to the Residence Hall Association.

Want free tips on how to make your garden flourish this season?

Spring is here and that's why city department members are giving community members tips on how to garden.

Fort Bliss clarifies policy on privately owned weapons on post

The weapon used in Wednesday's shooting at Fort Hood was a .45 caliber Smith & Wesson semiautomatic pistol that Lopez purchased in March, after arriving in Killeen from Fort Bliss.

Recipes of delicious dishes you can make at home

Puntas de Filete with Shrimp 4 Each Shrimp 13-15 2 oz Red Bell Pepper 2 oz Green Bell Pepper 2 oz Onion 2 oz Cherry Tomatoes ½ Cup Wild Rice

Dozens of applicants seek city manager position

More than 100 applicants want to be El Paso's next city manager, according to consulting firm Affion Public.

Local group highlights services in light of Fort Hood Shooting

Noah Georges lived right across the hall from Ivan Lopez, the soldier who allegedly shot and killed three people at Fort Hood.