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Local immigration attorney opens center for undocumented children

Images of children without their parents, draped in donated blankets, and sleeping on the cold, concrete floors of overcrowded federal holding cells, spurred an El Paso couple to help them.

Juarez officials want residents in a south Juarez neighborhood to evacuate

Some families in a south Juarez neighborhood are being told to evacuate their homes.

El Paso criminal defense attorney Joseph 'Sib' Abraham passes away

Top El Paso criminal defense attorney Joseph Sib Abraham passed away Friday morning after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

World Cup Update

Half the semi-final field is set at the World cup; it will be Brazil against Germany on Tuesday. Germany shut down France 1-0 while Brazil hung on against Colombia 2-1.

Emergency closures at Forks/Grapevine area

During the summer and fall of 2013, the Gila River reached record flow rates.  This caused extensive damage to the riverbanks and flood plains along the river. 

YISD students learn about solar energy and water

A camp all about water and solar energy. The Environmental Science Academy at Ysleta High School took science to the next level.

Former superintendent out of prison

Former El Paso ISD superintendent Lorenzo Garcia is out of a Pennsylvania prison.

Cigarroa tells Powers to resign or be fired

University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa has asked University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers to resign ahead of the Board of Regents’ July 10 meeting or be fired at it, multiple s

Preacher killed with own gun in home invasion

A preacher was killed in Houston after confronting a burglar. Investigators said the murder weapon was the homeowner's gun.

Update: Missing Las Cruces woman located

UPDATE: LCPD notified us that 33-year-old Rebecca Hogan has been found in good condition. They would like to thank the community for their assistance in helping to locate her. EARLIER:

Man convicted of stealing collectible coins for drugs

An El Paso man was found guilty of third-degree felony theft in a Dona Ana County court Wednesday evening after stealing thousands of dollars worth of collectible coins from his boss six years ago.

Perry: Send migrant kids home without delay

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Insurance company drops lawsuit against East Texas widow

ACE Insurance, the company suing an East Texas woman who recently lost her husband, bowed out of their lawsuit Thursday evening. 

In AG Race, democrats hope Houston gives Paxton

Sam Houston, the first president of the Republic of Texas, has already staked his claim to the state’s history books. This year, a man by the same name is hoping to make a little Texas history of his own.

EPPD warns of scam involving El Paso Times classified ads

El Paso Police are warning citizens who place advertisements in the El Paso Times of a possible scam that is targeting them.