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Texas Tech discusses community involvement at roundtable

Texas Tech University officials discussed community involvement with Sun City business leaders.

'Aggressive' plan to fix El Paso streets coming up short?

It has been two years after El Paso's city council embarked on an ambitious plan to improve the city's streets; not all city leaders are happy with the progress thus far.

Hospital emergency room wait times released, UMC has longest

New data reports from our partners at the Texas Tribune show there is a significant difference between local hospitals. The report is based on the time patients wait before they receive a diagnostic exam.

Fort Bliss welcomes Maj. Gen. Twitty with change of command ceremony

Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Twitty took over as commanding general for Fort Bliss and the 1st Armored Division during a historic ceremony on Tuesday at Noel Parade Field.

Tax incentives approved for Northeast El Paso mixed-use development

El Paso City Council approved tax incentives for the developer looking to bring a smart code project to Northeast El Paso.

Hoteliers: Hotel Occupancy Tax eating into profit margin

It's been almost two years since El Paso leaders decided to raise the city's hotel occupancy tax by two percent to help pay for the new baseball stadium downtown.

Chihuahuas introduce 'The Bear' bobblehead

The El Paso Chihuahuas unveiled a very unique and desirable giveaway Tuesday afternoon when they announced via Twitter that they will be giving away limited edition Don Haskins bobbleheads at their August 28th game against the Salt Lake City Be

Sheriff's deputies arrest two suspected burglars

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies arrested two men suspected of burglarizing two cars and a home in Clint Sunday morning.

BBB urges caution with 'local' garage door company

The BBB of El Paso urges consumers to use caution when considering doing business with El Paso’s Choice Overhead Door who also goes by El Paso’s Choice Garage Door.

Local law enforcement join together for National Night Out

Tuesday is National Night Out and many people across the country are taking part.

Ditching federal inmates would mean $7.5 mil loss for El Paso County, study finds

El Paso County could lose $7.5 million if it decides to stop housing federal inmates at county detention facilities. That's according to the preliminary results of a study presented at Monday's Commissioners Court meeting.

Gadsden schools, including four with delayed start dates, upgrading amenities with $38 million bond

Unfinished construction forced four Gadsden Independent School District schools to delay the first day of their academic year, affecting about 1,000 students who were set to return from summer vacation on Monday.

El Paso Deputy witnesses soldier allegedly assaulting woman

U.S. Army soldier, Jory Patterson, 25, was arrested and charged with family violence as well as an additional charge for making a terroristic threat against a public servant.

Proposed county tax rates mean potential hike

El Paso County Commissioners accepted the 2014 tax rates Monday, which will now need to go to public hearings. The current tax rate sits at $.43 cents per 100 dollar valuation.

Tax-Free Weekend: What you need to know

Tax-free weekend is upon us! This Friday through Sunday (Aug. 8-10), family's across the state will look to get the best bang for their buck on back to school items.