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New Information on 22-year-old woman killed by accused drunk driver

El Paso Police identified the woman allegedly killed by a drunk driver early Saturday morning as 22-year-old Crystal Saldana. 

Easter cupcake idea that's quick, easy, and fun for the kids

It's Easter weekend which means plenty of quality time with the family and an excuse to eat lots of dessert.

CBP extends lane hours at El Paso international bridges for Easter weekend

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is expanding its "All Lanes Open" initiative at El Paso's international bridges for Easter weekend.

Judge denies relief for El Paso abortion clinic

 

Gang unit charges two in South-Central stabbing

The El Paso Police Department's gang unit arrested two men for their alleged involvement in last weekend's stabbing in South-Central El Paso.

Creepy baby prowler arrested

A man accused of lurking over a child's crib after breaking into a family's home has been charged.

Robertson homers twice in Chihuahuas loss

El Paso’s Daniel Robertson went 4-for-5 with two home runs Friday but the Chihuahuas lost to the Albuquerque Isotopes, 10-6.

City isn't even close to meeting ballpark parking demands, says former parking lot operator

It has been one of the most important parts of planning for El Paso's new downtown Triple-A baseball stadium.

UTEP Drops Two to Florida Atlantic

UTEP dropped a pair of games to Florida Atlantic, 7-0, in game one and, 2-0, in game two on Friday night at FAU Softball Stadium. The Miners drop to 15-29 and 7-10 in Conference USA play. The Owls improve to 29-21 and 11-9.

Think twice about giving bunnies or chicks for Easter

They're cute and they're very popular Easter gifts, but you may want to think twice before getting your children a rabbit or baby chick for Easter.

El Paso's unemployment rate hits five year milestone

Some good economic news has city leaders celebrating. The unemployment rate in El Paso has dipped below the national rate for the first time in more than five years.

RHINOS HOCKEY: Canadian brothers reunite in El Paso

The holidays are all about family and without doubt the first family of El Paso hockey is the Pleša brothers. The Canadian trio has made a home in the Southwest and turned the Rhinos into winners.

TEA wants to revoke the educator certifications of 11 people linked to EPISD’s cheating scheme

The Texas Education Agency is trying to revoke the educator certificates of several people linked to the El Paso Independent School District cheating scheme.

UTEP Professor; Four Others to be Recognized as Outstanding Educators

John Hadjimarcou, Ph.D., chair of UTEP’s Department of Marketing and Management, will be inducted into The University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers during a ceremony on Tuesday, April 22.