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City seeks input on creation of 'Great Streets' standards, policy

The City of El Paso’s Engineering and Construction Management Department has scheduled the second of several community meetings which will be held as part the development of a Great Streets and Corridors Plan.

EPPD identifies passenger killed by police during traffic stop

El Paso Police have identified 33-year-old Andy Martinez of Central El Paso as the man who was killed by an EPPD officer during a routine traffic stop late Friday evening.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to stop at Fort Bliss Thursday

Fort Bliss Officials have confirmed that outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will spend Thursday at Fort Bliss as part of his last trip to U.S. bases as acting defense secretary.

The Brief: The Gavel Falls on the 84th Legislaturec

The Big Conversation

Comptroller Seldom Right on Oil Price Prediction

Wondering where oil prices will settle in the coming years? So are state officials and thousands of other Texans whose livelihoods are tied to that figure, which has plummeted in recent months.

Las Cruces city leaders moving forward with proposed downtown civic plaza

City leaders in Las Cruces are looking to bring life back to downtown thanks to a proposed civic plaza.

Las Cruces city leaders moving forward with proposed downtown civic plaza

City leaders in Las Cruces are looking to bring life back to downtown thanks to a proposed civic plaza.

It's Opening Day for the 84th Legislature

It takes a few weeks to get a legislative session rolling at full speed, but with Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s first official act out of the way, the 84th Legislature is ready to roll.

Sparks Colonia residents will finally have running water after nearly 40 years without it

Clean running water isn't something many consider a luxury, but for one east El Paso County colonia, it's something they've gone without for nearly 40 years.

YISD Superintendent reveals some closure/consolidation plans

Too many schools and not enough money to keep them all open. That's the reality the Ysleta Independent School District is facing, and it's why Superintendent Xavier DeLaTorre said the district needs to reinvent itself.

Governor Martinez unveils proposed state budget

 Governor Susana Martinez was in Dona Ana Monday to announce her proposed $6.8 billion state budget for the 2016 fiscal year.

Governor Martinez unveils proposed state budget

 Governor Susana Martinez was in Dona Ana Monday to announce her proposed $6.8 billion state budget for the 2016 fiscal year.

Health departments run events to keep flu from spreading

As the El Paso Dept. of Health announces the city's second death attributed to the flu, borderland health departments also announce plans to combat the virus.

Health departments run events to keep flu from spreading

As the El Paso Dept. of Health announces the city's second death attributed to the flu, borderland health departments also announce plans to combat the virus.

Texas tops nation in drunk driving fatalities

Texas leads the nation in the number of drunk driving deaths.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just released their latest report last month.