El Paso

Reel Review: 'Run All Night'

Liam Neeson is amazing. All of his films are pretty "formula" these days, whereby he is either a Marshall or a sharpshooter or a guy gone wrong who wants to get it right.

Motorcyclist in deadly Lower Valley crash identified

El Paso Police confirm that a motorcyclist was killed in a crash just after noon on Lee Trevino and Burnaham Rd., just one block south of I-10 Friday.

EPPD Detective placed on administrative leave after allegedly choking family member

An El Paso Police Department Detective is on administrative duty with pay after being arrested last week during a domestic disturbance call.

Teen charged with exposing himself to girls as they walked home from school

A search for the man responsible for exposing himself to young women and girls as they walked home from school is apparently over, but police are still hoping for additional witnesses to come forward.

Freedom Crossing hosts annual St. Paddy's festival this weekend

Freedom Crossing at Fort Bliss is hosting its 4th Annual St. Paddy’s Festival beginning Friday, March 13th and continuing through the weekend on March 14th and 15th with the grand finale on St. Patrick’s Day, Tuesday, March 17th.

Tracking system could help ID stolen property

The Las Cruces Police Department is now using a personal property tracking system that should help solve more crimes, and identify the rightful owner of lost or stolen goods.

'Manhattan Heights Rapist' pleaded guilty in second case

Arturo Valtierra Payan, the man known as the 'Manhattan Heights Rapist' made an open guilty plea  in court Friday to three counts of aggravated sexual assault in the 243rd District Court.

County officials take stand on border security bills

El Paso County leaders are taking an official stand against new border security legislation that they say would be harmful to our area.

SISD named District of Distinction for new teacher mentor program

The Socorro Independent School District has been nationally recognized for its innovative new teacher mentor program.

College marching band competition coming to El Paso

A competition of marching bands from historically black colleges and universities is coming to El Paso. The first-ever "Battle of El Dorado" is being organized by El Paso-based Sports-X.

Citizen collection station on Delta Drive to close

Effective March 28, 2015, the City’s Environmental Service Department (ESD) will permanently close its Citizen Collection Station located at 4200 Delta Drive.

Andress tips-off in Texas Final Four at the Alamodome

It's been a great trip down to the Alamo City so far, but it would get much better if the Andress Eagles can pull off an upset tonight.

The Eagles have landed: Rock N' Roll Hall of Famers add El Paso concert date

The Eagles have added an El Paso concert on Friday, May 22 at the UTEP Don Haskins Center to the band’s summer 2015 “History of the Eagles” tour.

Farrey case: Trial dates pushed back

The trial dates for the two parents accused of burying their 5-month-old son in the New Mexico desert before leaving a bizarre note inside their west El Paso home and absconding to Michigan in late 2013 have been pushed back yet again.

Professional photographer to hold hands-on workshop for budding nature photographers

If you're a budding nature photographer, the City of El Paso has partnered with area professional photographer Heriberto Ibarra to offer a hands-on workshop this coming weekend for $5 for non-members and $2 for members of the El Paso Museum