El Paso

Take your dog for a dip this weekend

The dog days of summer are almost over but you still have a chance to take your poodle on a final swim. The 6th Annual "Dog Swimming Day" will take place at the Nations Tobin Aquatic Center, 8831 Railroad Dr.

Did someone say FREE events in El Paso?

THURSDAY Only in El Paso Film Screening September 4 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. The Fountains at Farah

Police seek help identifying Burges HS area 'flasher'

El Paso Crime Stoppers are trying to identify a man who allegedly exposed himself to a woman at an east El Paso park last Friday.

Police seek man who allegedly struck child

The El Paso Police Department's Pebble Hills Regional Command Center is asking for the public's help in finding a man who they say struck a small child in the face at an East El Paso Restaurant.

Rescue Mission purchases Wyoming St lot, rejects City alternatives

The Rescue Mission of El Paso is moving forward with plans to build a replacement facility near Downtown.

Sinaloa Cartel bodyguard sentenced to 28 years in federal prison for murder

A former Sinaloa Cartel bodyguard will spend 28 years in federal prison for murder.

Acosta wants dissolution of Public Service Board

One city council member wants to dissolve the Public Service Board. City Rep. Emma Acosta's staff confirmed the news.

Fire in south El Paso causes extensive damage

One person was treated for smoke inhalation after a blaze engulfed a home in the historic Magoffin neighborhood Wednesday morning.

Abortion provider to open doors in Las Cruces September 15

An Austin-based women's healthcare provider, Whole Woman's Health, will open its doors in Las Cruces September 15th. The new provider wil be the first abortion care facility in Las Cruces.

El Paso Firefighter presented with Star of Texas Award by Governor Perry

An El Paso firefighter, along with more than 30 others, was presented with the Star of Texas Award Wednesday in Austin.

Chihuahuas extend contract with San Diego Padres through 2016

The El Paso Chihuahuas have extended their Player Development Contract with the San Diego Padres for two more seasons, the team announced Wednesday morning.

Charles Ambler Named Dean of UTEP Graduate School

Ambler is a UTEP history professor who has taught courses on African history, the history of empires and U.S. history at the University since 1984.

Ride at center of bazaar accident was in compliance

The El Paso owner of the ride at the center of the freak accident at the St. Anthony's bazaar has a clean record with the state.

Socorro ISD accepting nominations for name of new Far East El Paso elementary school

A new elementary school in the Socorro Independent School District is scheduled to open in July 2015 near the Montana area in Far East El Paso and the school district is taking suggestions for a name.

Dona Ana County officials look into emergency response times, working to decrease wait

In an emergency situation, a minute can make all the difference between life and death. And some residents in rural areas in New Mexico claim they’re having to wait longer for emergency responders to arrive.