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El Paso Museum of Art announces summer camps

The Museum School is happy to announce the 2014 summer camps for children alonng with classes for adults. Camp topics include drawing, recycled art, wax batik, cartooning, printmaking, watercolor painting, and bookmaking.

Helpful information that can benefit your credit

A non-profit small business leader is giving El Pasoans the chance to repair their credit. Accion Texas along with El Paso Affordable Housing Credit Union Service Organization is hosting credit repair and management workshop.

Special Assignment: No Pain, No Gain?

It’s intense. It’s meant to make you sweat. And it’s meant to make you healthy.

City to divide duties of Dep. city manager on leave

The City of El Paso will have to split job duties of a deputy city manager who's now on paid administrative leave. As we told you last week, Jane Shang is on paid leave from June 1st until December 31.

Anamarc students enroll in other Borderland colleges

There's still no answers Wednesday night -- regarding the future of financially strapped Anamarc College but that should change come Friday.

Man sentenced to ten years for deadly West El Paso crash

An El Paso man was sentenced to ten years in prison in connection with a DWI motorcycle crash that killed his passenger, 26-year-old Diane Valdez Bernal on June 11, 2013.

Woman sentenced to twelve years for intoxication manslaughter death of Fort Bliss Soldier

An El Paso woman was sentenced to twelve years in prison for intoxicated manslaughter Wednesday afternoon in the 205th District Court for her role in the 2012 death of a Fort Bliss Soldier.

Movies in the Canyon set to begin Friday

The sixth season of Movies in the Canyon kicks off July 11 in McKelligon Canyon Amplitheatre.

Mesa Street Grill says farewell to old location

On Saturday, July 12, Mesa Street Grill will be closing the doors of their old location (2525 N. Mesa) in anticipation of opening the new Mesa Street Grill at 3800 N. Mesa.

City accepting waterpark proposals for site near Cohen Stadium

A new multi-million dollar water park is coming to Northeast El Paso, and it’ll be built on city owned land.

Amid cash flow issues, UMC votes to secure lines of credit

Amid cash-flow issues, University Medical Center’s Board of Managers unanimously voted Tuesday to secure a line of credit in 2014 and 2015.

Program allows independence for those in recovery

The independence of living in your own home, that's what one new program is providing for those currently in nursing homes. El Pasoan Eustolia Garretson is one of the recipients.

Ysleta ISD names new director, new principal for Hillcrest Middle

The Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) announced new administrators to its team on Tuesday morning.

UTEP students prepare for flight aboard NASA's aircraft

Five University of Texas at El Paso students will travel to Ellington Field at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston July 10-11 to conduct experiments aboard a reduced gravity aircraft.

Million-dollar settlement paid in body cavity search

A New Mexico woman was paid $1.1 million after reaching a settlement with University Medical Center of El Paso and two Texas Tech University physicians according to the woman's attorneys with the ACLU of New Mexico and Texas.