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South Central El Paso business owners assess Tuesday storm damage

South Central business owners are cleaning up shop Wednesdayas they deal with ongoing flooding they believe is caused by backed up drains.

South Central El Paso business owners assess Tuesday storm damage

South Central business owners are cleaning up shop Wednesdayas they deal with ongoing flooding they believe is caused by backed up drains.

UTEP to hold X-Country, Track & Field try outs

Coaches Mika Laaksonen and Paul Ereng have announced that the UTEP track and field and cross country teams will conduct walk-on tryouts.

Fountains of Farah hosting musician competition

Residents of El Paso can now be part of judging a big event!

El Paso currently reconstructing San Jacinto Plaza

San Jacinto Plaza is reconstructed to be made brand new by City of El Paso. The city is planning to add amenities such as dozens of additional trees, a splash pad, huacha court, and a full service cafe.

Missing 14-year-old located on El Paso's east side

UPDATE: El Paso Police have said that 14-year-old Amber Ceclia Torrence, who had been missing from her home since Friday, has been located and reunited with her parents early Wednesday afternoon.

NMSU announces reschedule of second day Domenici Conference

Organizers of the 2014 Domenici Public Policy Conference, hosted by New Mexico State University and set for Sept.

Headstart child and adult care program offered by NMSU

Las Cruces surrounding area residents won't have to worry about looking for caretakers any longer.

Would-be Starbucks thief caught by unlikely hero

A would-be iPad thief at a west El Paso Starbucks was captured by an unlikely hero early Wednesday morning. Julio Diaz, the democratic candidate for El Paso County Commissioner Precinct 4.

New ruling keeps old travel records secret

After critics raised a stink about the tax dollars being spent to provide security for Gov.

Arguments wrap up in trial over abortion restrictions

Updated, 12:15 p.m.:

Early college high school initiative grows

El Paso Community College (EPCC), in partnership with the El Paso Independent School District (EPISD), is proud to announce the opening of its seventh Early College High School. 

Two roads in Central El Paso temporarly closed

The public is advised that Loretto Road and Howze Street both in Central El Paso will be temporarily closed to through traffic effective immediately, the City of El Paso Department Transportation (EPDoT) announced today.

5th grade EPISD teacher named Region 19 Elementary Teacher of the Year

Don Belnap was named the Region 19 Elementary Teacher of the Year for 2015 earlier this week.

Las Cruces teen named D.A.R.E. youth advisor

The New Mexico Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Officers’ Association held its annual training conference in Silver City this month, which was attended by D.A.R.E.