Juárez

Escobar talks 'border crisis myth' in New York Times op-ed

El Paso’s county judge has penned another op-ed for The New York Times, this time about the flood of undocumented immigrants to the Texas border.

El Paso agents search Rio Grande following deadly Juárez police ambush

Two Juárez policemen and a young girl were shot on Wednesday afternoon, which prompted an armed U.S. response on the El Paso side of the border.

Juarez: Police arrest suspect in murder of two prominent lawyers

Police made an arrest on Monday in the murder of two Juarez lawyers.  William Alfonso Fonseca Reyes, a.k.a.

Woman, 2 children killed when ceiling collapses during heavy rain

Heavy rainfall in the borderland proved to be deadly in Juarez. A woman and her two children died after they were buried under their home.

Appeals court rules family can sue U.S. Border Patrol agent accused of shooting, killing Juarez teen

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled Monday that a U.S. Border Patrol agent will be held accountable for shooting and killing a Juarez teen.

Gasoline prices go up in Juarez

Juarez residents were hit with an increase in gas prices today.

Juarez government will take over mountain clean up

A church in Juarez has failed to erase a message painted on the mountain and now the city will take  over.

Juarez mother kills two children, self in apparent murder suicide

A Juarez mother shot her 9-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter before turning the gun on herself earlier this week, according to Juarez law enforcement officials. 

Cornyn tours Juarez to facilitate trade and border security

U.S. Senator John Cornyn toured Ciudad Juarez Friday to look at how trade is impacting the bi-national border.

New words on Juarez mountain are set to disappear

Several new words are now sprawled across the mountains that hover over Juarez and now they're about to disappear.

Juarez investing $300 million to downtown, El Pasoans divided on visiting

The City of Juarez is undergoing a massive facelift in the hopes of luring in more American tourists. It's a story we first brought to you last week.

A good ol' game of roller derby for a good cause

A traditional game of roller derby was celebrated in South Juarez with a positive purpose. The group held the game to collect food and clothing for an elderly person's shelter.

Torn Between Higher Taxes and Border Hassles

 

Juarez residents accuse local utility company of an alleged illegal tax bill

An unexpected outcome came for thousands of Juarez residents after Mexican border states were forced to raise their sales tax this year.

Juarez nightclub featured in Red Bulletin Magazine

The Red Bulletin, a men's active lifestyle magazine released a video featuring Juarez nightclub Hardpop. The nightclub, located in a strip mall in Juarez has hosted a weekly roster of world-famous DJ's.