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Sunday, February 1, 2015 - 6:23am


Ciudad Juárez preparing for "clean" transition to digital TV

Hundreds of Ciudad Juárez residents are expected to toss their television sets over the next several months, and city officials want to make sure they're ready.

Juráez now the 27th most dangerous city in the world

Juráez may no longer be the most dangerous city in the world, but the city is more dangerous than it was a year ago.

Commissioner gets cupcake policy wrong, combs says

When newly elected Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced on Monday that his first official act was to grant amnesty to cupcakes, he said he wanted to make sure Texans knew that state rules that once banned such treats from classrooms we

Mexican President to visit Juárez Wednesday

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is expected to visit Ciudad Juarez Wednesday. The Governor of Chihuahua made the announcement Monday.

Thousands line up for free televisions in Juárez

Thousands of people are forming long lines in Juarez in order to receive a coupon for a free digital television.

Sinkhole swallows parishioners during Sunday church service

A peaceful Sunday church service in South Juárez suddenly turned scary yesterday when a giant sinkhole opened up in the floor of the church hall, swallowing parishioners.

Dona Ana County Sheriff Garrison reflects on ten years in office

When he leaves office Wednesday night, Todd Garrison will be just 39 days shy of 10 years as Sheriff of Doña Ana County, the longest consecutive term served by any sheriff in the history of the county, and in the span of nearly a decade

El Paso teenager accused in deadly Juárez crash

An El Paso teenager is accused of causing a crash in Ciudad Juárez that left two people dead.

Juarez police officer treks miles through desert carrying elderly man

Ciudad Juárez is celebrating its own super hero this week. A YouTube video from the Juárez municipal police shows an officer carrying an elderly man on his back. It happened earlier this week.

EPCC Christmas Drive celebrates 6th year of giving

One local effort to make the holidays a little happier for poor children is now in its sixth year, and organizers say they still need your help.

Juarez named to list of resilient cities

El Paso and Juarez are now both among the Rockefeller Foundation's 100 Resilient Cities across the globe.

Missing man found in Juarez

UPDATE: El Paso Police have located missing Carlos David Gonzalez Delgado in Juarez. EPPD says he is safe and is with close family and friends. They would like to thank the public for their assistance locating the missing man.

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.