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.

El Paso and Juarez farmers protest on NAFTA's 20th anniversary

As the 20th anniversary of NAFTA comes the voices of farmers standing against the treaty remains strong.

House fire leaves one dead in Juarez

A house fire in Juarez left one woman dead. The fire happened in South Juarez Christmas Day. Fire officials say the woman, in her late 70's died from the burns she received. They say she was in a wheelchair.

U.S. Consulate in Juarez issues travel warning to U.S. citizens

The United States Consulate in Juarez issued a security warning to U.S. citizens who plan to travel across the border.

Juarez family of eight allegedly murdered over $115 gambling debt

Juarez officials now say that the Juarez family of eight murdered Sunday morning just miles away from the Ysleta International Bridge was killed over a 1500 pesos debt, the equivalent to $115.55 dollars.