El Paso

(UPDATE) Fort Bliss Freedom Crossing evacuation lifted

UPDATE: According to Fort Bliss, first responders determined the suspicious package was an unattended briefcase and not dangerous. The alert was lifted shortly after 6 p.m.

El Paso sees nearly 60 percent increase in flu cases, second confirmed death

A second El Paso County resident has died as a result of the flu, according to The City of El Paso Health Department officials. The case involves an elderly woman who had underlying medical conditions.

Arrest Warrant issued for suspected driver in fatal I-10 crash

El Paso County Sheriff's Special Traffic Investigators are asking for the community's help locating a man suspected in causing a fatal crash on I-10 east near the Eastlake exit on January 3, 2015.

El Paso property tax deadline quickly approaching

The deadline to pay property taxes in El Paso county is just around the corner, and the City of El Paso is hoping to remind taxpayers of their payment options this year.

El Paso City Council OKs extra $5.4 mil for Westside pool

El Paso City Council approved an extra $5.4 million dollars for the new competitive city pool slated for West El Paso, bringing the project's new total cost to $13.4 million.

Catholic community growing in El Paso County

For Borderland Catholics, there are now two more churches where they can express their faith. In order to get those new parishes, the Catholic Diocese of El Paso needed to see enough people were going to mass.

El Paso County Sheriff's deputies trying to crack down on illegal dumping

El Paso County Sheriff's deputies say at this time of year, they see a spike in trash being dumped in our deserts, including Christmas trees.

One dead in officer-involved shooting in Northeast El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating an officer involved shooting that has left one man dead.

First look at gunman in deadly VA clinic shooting

KTSM has gotten hold of Jerry Serrato's mug shot from a 1997 drunk driving arrest in Victoria County, Texas, near Corpus Christi.

Domestic abuse survivors receive scholarships

Survivors of domestic abuse were awarded scholarships Friday, from funds raised during a bicycle ride last Fall.

"The Biggest Loser" RunWalk returns to Las Cruces

“The Biggest Loser” RunWalk returns to Las Cruces for its second year running on January 18, 2015.

City of Socorro to apply for grant for flood improvement project

The City of Socorro may soon get a much needed flood improvement project. Cities around Socorro have thrown their support behind a culvert improvement project that aims to alleviate flooding in the community.

Ascarate Park employee charged with 24 counts of forgery

A 32-year-old El Paso woman is behind bars this afternoon, charged with 25 counts of forgery in connection to an ongoing investigation into improper handling of county documents and funds at Ascarate Park.

El Paso's connection to glamorous Hollywood event

The Golden Globes is thousands of miles from us here in El Paso, it has close ties to our city. "There are absolute links yes," says Felipa Solis, Broadcast Film Critic.

Free classic films series presented by El Paso Pro-Musica

The first of the films is this Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and it's Free at the El Paso Museum of Art.