El Paso

City working to save damaged San Jacinto Christmas tree

City of El Paso officials tell NewsChannel 9 a city arborist and a team of "tree experts" are working to save a beloved 54-foot Afghan pine tree that serves as the city's official Christmas tree Downtown.

Girl Scout cookies go on sale January 17

The Girl Scout Cookie Program begins this Saturday, January 17th and goes on for six-weeks.

El Paso Museum of History's Digie wall to open in February

The El Paso Museum of History located at 510 N. Santa Fe St. is proud to announce Digie’s (Digital Information Gateway In El Paso) Grand Opening! The event will be hosted at the museum on Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 11 a.m.

Million-dollar program to benefit teachers, students area-wide

A million dollar commitment announced Wednesday to help area students get their college degrees.

Prison bus traveling to El Paso crashes near Odessa, ten confirmed dead

Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation confirm that they are are the scene of a multiple fatality crash involving a Texas Department of Criminal Justice transport bus on I-20 in Ector County near Penwell, Texas around 7:30 a.m.

TDCJ bus crash causes major blood supply shortage

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice bus crash this morning outside of Odessa has caused a major blood supply shortage, according to El Paso United Blood Services.

EPCSO: Craigslist drug dealer arrested

Having an entrepreneurial spirit does not always pay off. That's what one El Paso man found out earlier this month after El Paso Sheriffs' Officials allege he was attempting to sell marijuana and Xanax on Craigslist.

Manhunt Monday suspect turns herself in to authorities

UPDATE: This week's Manhunt Monday suspect turned herself into authorities just hours after she was featured on NewsChannel 9's newscast.

El Paso zoo lion's encounter with toddler makes national news

One adorable encounter between an El Paso Zoo lion and a tiny tot is getting a lot of national attention.

Flying Tigers, Mud Hens and Chihuahuas -- oh my!

Storm Chasers, SeaWolves, Mud Hens, RockHouds, Flying Squirrels and of course-- most importantly -- the Chihuahuas!

Options to pay your property taxes before deadline

The property tax deadline is right around the corner. Taxpayers have until Monday, February 2, 2015 to pay up or face delinquent penalties and interest.

EPE donates $25K to EPISD's Education Foundation

The Borderland's largest school district has been offering financial help to many students and teachers.

Enhanced security in place at WBAMC and El Paso VA Clinic

During the past several days and over the next several weeks, Fort Bliss will continue to upgrade its security posture to meet the requirements of the Department of Defense.

Bach's Lunch performances to start Thursday

Bach's Lunch began nine years ago as a collaboration with El Paso Pro-Musica and the El Paso Museum of Art. Zuill Bailey and Dr. Michael Tomor decided that it would be wonderful to combine visual arts and musical arts together.

City attempting to remove San Jacinto holiday tree?

Could the most famous tree in Downtown El Paso be made into mulch soon? That's what a group of El Pasoans are claiming.