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El Paso City Council to vote on proposed tax hike Tuesday

El Paso's city council is scheduled to issue its final verdict when it comes a proposed property tax rate hike.

El Paso City Council to vote on proposed tax hike Tuesday

El Paso's city council is scheduled to issue its final verdict when it comes a proposed property tax rate hike.

Update: One person dead after rollover crash in West El Paso

Update: According to police a 21-year old man is dead after a two car rollover crash in West El Paso. It happened on I-10 West near Redd Road at about 2 a.m Sunday morning.

El Paso Democrats say Perry indictment “not a political ploy”

Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s indictment was met with mixed reaction from El Pasoans.

Memphis Wins Saturday Pitchers' Duel

Neither team scored until the eighth inning of the Memphis Redbirds’ 2-1 win over the El Paso Chihuahuas Saturday at Southwest University Park.

El Pasoan Shawn Jordan gets UFC win

Riverside grad and former LSU fullback Shawn Jordan won a UFC heavyweight bout by TKO over Jack May Saturday at UFC Fight Night 47 in Bangor, Maine.

Cowboys fall to Ravens in Romo's return

It was not perfect but the offense looked promising in Tony Romo's return in the Cowboy's 37-30 preseason loss to Baltimore Saturday.

YISD hosts Back To School Rally, backpack giveaway

The Ysleta Independent School District helped gear up their students for the upcoming school year. YISD gave away 2,500 backpacks Saturday morning full of school supplies which students said will help their families save some money.

Perry fires back, calls indictment a political ploy

 

After Perry indictment, Democrats look to pounce

Following a grand jury indictment of Gov. Rick Perry on charges of abuse of power and coercion, Texas Democrats on Friday jumped to paint the longest-serving governor of the state as the standard-bearer for a corrupt party.

Perry had already faced gap with Cruz in 2016 talk

One week before a grand jury in liberal Travis County indicted Gov. Rick Perry on two felony counts, he and U.S. Sen.

Perry calls indictment politically motivated, vows to fight it

Texas Gov. Rick Perry vowed Saturday to fight charges that he abused his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign, saying in a televised news conference the indictment was politically motivated.

Doña Ana County: No money to cover major flood control projects in areas like La Union

Trash, dirt, and sediment now sit where a river runs through Rosa Guerrero's front yard in La Union, New Mexico earlier this week.