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Juárez

U.S. companies return to Mexico's one-time 'murder capital'

For years, the only industry Juarez was famous for was murder. But now American companies are betting on a comeback that once seemed highly unlikely.

Mexico captures Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, Juarez Cartel leader

Mexican federal authorities say they've captured Juarez Cartel leader Vicente Carrillo Fuentes. Carrillo Fuentes, also known as "El Viceroy," was one of Mexico's most wanted criminals.

Tours aim to redefine Juárez, revitalize tourism

Just a few years ago, a tour bus traveling in this once-beleaguered city would have been more rare than a leap year. Some would argue that passengers on such a bus were playing Russian roulette with their lives.

Music and arts festival to be held in Juarez this weekend

If you love music and art, "why" not go to a festival in Juarez this weekend. "WHY 2014" is the brain child of several organizations and art studios in our sister city.

Juarez: Man's body cut into pieces, placed in drum, covered in cement

A man's body was found cut into pieces inside a drum covered in cement at a home South Juarez. 

El Paso woman living in Juarez reported missing

Three woman were reported missing in Juarez, including one woman from El Paso who was living in Juarez.

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.