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Perry: Send migrant kids home without delay

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Insurance company drops lawsuit against East Texas widow

ACE Insurance, the company suing an East Texas woman who recently lost her husband, bowed out of their lawsuit Thursday evening. 

In AG Race, democrats hope Houston gives Paxton a fight

     

Borderland residents celebrate Independence Day

Thousands gathered at Hanks High School, and made their way to Eastwood Park for the 35th annual People's Parade.

EPPD warns of scam involving El Paso Times classified ads

El Paso Police are warning citizens who place advertisements in the El Paso Times of a possible scam that is targeting them.

California firm recalls chicken over salmonella fears

A California company is recalling an unknown amount of boneless chicken sold in eight states over salmonella fears, federal officials said.

Mortgage rates drop

Rock-bottom mortgage rates moved even lower this week. According to Freddie Mac the interest rate for a 30-year fixed rate loan hit 4-point-12 percent.

Undocumented mother shares journey from Guatemala to El Paso

Thousands of undocumented immigrants transferred to El Paso are being dropped off daily at the local Greyhound Lines bus station in Downtown El Paso to be reunited with family in other cities.

Chihuahuas Rally For Win

On the day he was named a Triple-A All-Star, Jonathan Galvez hit a tiebreaking solo home run in the seventh inning of the El Paso Chihuahuas 7-6 win over the Albuquerque Isotopes Thursday.

William Beaumont graduates class of practical nurses

Nineteen graduates of the William Beaumont Army Medical Center Practical Nurse Course are ready to join the ranks of Army nurses.

Bliss Soldiers prove resiliency of wounded warriors

Two Fort Bliss Soldiers suffering from physical and emotional pain have found a way to recover through adaptive sports reconditioning.

New Mexico fire now 30 percent contained

A wildfire continues to grow in Northern New Mexico. The Diego fire has now charged 3600 acres of land about 8 miles south of Coyote, New Mexico. The blaze remains about 30 percent contained.

El Paso food truck owner vying for national recognition

A native El Pasoan is in the running to win a national food truck competition.

Church opens doors to Central American immigrants

The Las Cruces Diocese prepared to receive busloads of immigrants at their newly established shelter at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Cathedral on Espina.