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5th grade EPISD teacher named Region 19 Elementary Teacher of the Year

Don Belnap was named the Region 19 Elementary Teacher of the Year for 2015 earlier this week.

Veterans Court seeing success with “treatment, not conviction” mission, despite lack of local hospital

The El Paso Veterans Court, an alternative criminal justice program that offers veterans the opportunity to undergo substance abuse and mental health treatment instead of being processed by the traditional court system, is applauding the &ldquo

A juicy treat for the animals at the El Paso Zoo

The animals at the El Paso Zoo are up for a juicy summertime favorite on Wednesday. Every Wednesday in August, animals will enjoy Watermelon Wednesdays by munching on, crawling in or stomping on this sticky treat.

Ice Bucket Challenge makes a splash in El Paso

A social media stunt has arrived in El Paso. If you have not heard of it, you will soon. The Ice Bucket Challenge has become a viral movement on social media sites.

Anthony, NM man allegedly throws kitchen knife at twin brother during argument

Doña Ana County Sheriff's deputies arrested Gerardo Luis Cruz, 25, of Anthony, New Mexico on Monday night after Cruz allegedly threw a kitchen knife at his twin brother during an argument.

El Paso experiences major flooding during Tuesday rain

Update: (5:30 p.m.) All warnings have now expired for El Paso County. Some areas around the city still have standing water.

Police investigating stabbing in Central El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating a stabbing in Central El Paso this afternoon.

Legendary rock band Heart to appear at Abraham Chavez Theatre

Legendary hard rock band Heart, led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, are on their way to El Paso in the fall.

Council looks at other fee options for FY 2015 budget

El Paso City Council is looking into other options to help offset the potential property tax increase.

City of El Paso approves $3.9 million bike and pedestrian plan

The City of El Paso is also moving forward with their $3.96-million plan for more bike and pedestrian lanes in various parts of El Paso.

Southwest University Park to host Triple-A National Championship in 2015

Officials with MiLB, The El Paso Chihuahuas and other dignitaries from the city of El Paso announced that Southwest University Park will host the Triple-A Baseball National Championship Game on Monday, September 22, 2015.

EPRD is looking for a fun creative artist

The El Paso Roller Derby girls are looking for a creative artist to design their next bout poster. Contestants of all ages are welcome to compete in the summer art contest.

New apartments plan submitted for Downtown property

An empty lot on Magoffin Ave. could soon turn into mixed-use apartments. The plans for a three-story building were submitted to the City Plan Commission on a rezoning application.

YISD educator wins Region 19 Teacher of the Year

Ysleta Independent School District teacher Marlene R. Gallegos has been named the 2014-2015 Secondary Teacher of the Year by the Education Service Center (ESC)-Region 19, and will now compete for Texas Teacher of the Year honors in October.

First case of West Nile confirmed in El Paso

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health confirmed the first El Paso area case of West Nile Virus in 2014 on Monday afternoon.