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The hike in gas and food prices doesn't stop 4th of July plans

For those hitting the road this 4th of July weekend, it didn't come cheap. 

Transparency committee to remind UT System of directive

 

UPDATE: Water service restored to Northeast residents

UPDATE: After several hours of work, crews repaired the broken water main break and water service was restored for residents at about 6:00pm on Saturday. ORIGINAL STORY:

Chihuahuas Start Trip With Win

The Chihuahuas scored all of their runs on two out hits in El Paso’s 5-1 win over the Salt Lake Bees Friday night at Smith’s Ballpark.

Crowds rush to by last minute 4th of July fireworks

The 4th of July is all about remembering our independence, bbq's with family and friends, and of course the fireworks.

Local immigration attorney opens center for undocumented children

Images of children without their parents, draped in donated blankets, and sleeping on the cold, concrete floors of overcrowded federal holding cells, spurred an El Paso couple to help them.

Arrest of suspected EPCC shooter caught on camera

Some student journalists at El Paso Community College got quite a surprise yesterday when the man they were speaking with was arrested mid-interview.

Juárez officials want residents in a south Juárez neighborhood to evacuate

Some families in a south Juarez neighborhood are being told to evacuate their homes.

Top El Paso criminal defense attorney Joseph 'Sib' Abraham passes away

Top El Paso criminal defense attorney Joseph Sib Abraham passed away Friday morning after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

World Cup Update

Half the semi-final field is set at the World cup; it will be Brazil against Germany on Tuesday. Germany shut down France 1-0 while Brazil hung on against Colombia 2-1.

Emergency closures at Forks/Grapevine area

During the summer and fall of 2013, the Gila River reached record flow rates.  This caused extensive damage to the riverbanks and flood plains along the river. 

Emergency closures at Forks/Grapevine area

During the summer and fall of 2013, the Gila River reached record flow rates.  This caused extensive damage to the riverbanks and flood plains along the river. 

YISD students learn about solar energy and water

A camp all about water and solar energy. The Environmental Science Academy at Ysleta High School took science to the next level.

Garcia out of prison, serving rest of term in halfway house

Former El Paso ISD superintendent Lorenzo Garcia is out of a Pennsylvania prison.

Cigarroa tells Powers to resign or be fired

University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa has asked University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers to resign ahead of the Board of Regents’ July 10 meeting or be fired at it, multiple s