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A bar in Central El Paso left with damage after flooding

When rain started falling Wednesday night, Mike Cabral, owner of 5 Points West Shot Bar, had no idea how bad it would be. The bar is located in Central El Paso near the intersection of Missouri and Magnolia. 

Several El Paso area schools sustain flood damage

Several El Paso area schools sustained flood damage overnight, especially in the Eastwood area in El Paso's east side.

El Paso Electric appoints El Pasoan Mary Kipp as new president

 The El Paso Electric Company (EPE) Board of Directors officially announced Thursday that Mary Kipp, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, has been appointed as President of El Paso Electric.

El Paso project managers assess storm damage at construction sites

Project managers from the City of El Paso’s Engineering and Construction Management Department have begun initial assessments of damage at city construction sites around El Paso.

Dona Ana County opens temporary shelter in Sunland Park

Overnight rainfall from Hurricane Odile has water-logged several communities in southern Doña Ana County, flooding some roadways in La Union and Berino and prompting a temporary shelter to open in Sunland Park.

Largest holistic event happening in El Paso: Living Spirit Expo

The Living Spirit Expo is happening in El Paso this weekend. If you’re into natural health, personal wellbeing and spiritual growth, this event is for you.

Flooding sweeps three vehicles into reservoir

Heavy rain in the Borderland caused a lot of flooding including East El Paso which lead to a water rescue.

Dozens of Barrio Azteca gang members in El Paso area arrested, facing numerous state and federal charges

At a press conference on Wednesday, state and federal authorities announced they indicted a total of 55 Barrio Azteca gang members and their associates from El Paso and Southern New Mexico, on both state and federal charges, including their all

Perry Urges Mexican President to Visit Texas Border

Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday invited Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to witness for himself the operations of the National Guard patrolling the Texas side of the Rio Grande.

Odile's effects felt in Deming, Columbus

As Deming neighborhoods dried out from Tuesday night’s torrential Odile-fueled rains, a new threat loomed Wednesday from south of border.

EPISD leaders knock on doors to get dropouts back in school

El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera walked through El Paso neighborhoods Wednesday, alongside city leaders, to knock on doors and convince high school dropouts to get back in the classroom.

Woman Executed for Boy's 2004 Starvation Death

Editor's note: This story has been updated after Lisa Ann Coleman's execution.

Santa Teresa housing market faring well

With Sunland Park's talk of annexing Santa Teresa Country Club property real estate agents claim potholes and overgrown weeds are not stopping consumers from purchasing property in that area.

Rapper Wiz Khalifa enters “not guilty” plea through attorney

Wiz Khalifa, whose real name is Cameron Thomaz, didn't show up for his first court hearing on drug charges, and he didn’t show up Wednesday.

Ysleta looking to continue success into District

The Indians are off and running to a strong start and hope to take their early success into the start of District play Thursday. Ysleta is 2-1 through the first 3 games and outscoring opponents 108-48 in the process.