An EPISD candidate addressed a social media comment she made that masks were "laughable," saying district needs to focus on making face-to-face work.
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Religious leaders want Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to protect Texans by rejecting attempts to end training and license-to-carry requirements for gun owners.
Three community cleanup events will be held across El Paso County on Saturday, two by city Rep. Peter Svarzbein and the other by county officials.
Years of problems stopped a multimillion-dollar project from opening near El Paso Water's desalinization plant. A Florida company saw an opportunity.
EPISD approved submitting a state waiver to offer hybrid learning during STAAR testing days to limit the number of students on campuses in May.
The extraction of minerals and salt from potable water will help reduce the impact on the environment in the local aquifer.
A never-opened plant built by a Houston company to extract minerals from the brine generated by El Paso Water's desalination plant will finally open.
Unwanted medication can be dropped off at various El Paso locations for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day 2021.
Authorities say a man arguing with his parents struck two deputies with a baseboard and metal object as they attempted to speak to him.
The Department of Homeland Security added that the U.S. is talking with Mexico and Canada about easing restrictions "as health conditions improve."
Here's a look at the number of El Paso County residents that have received the COVID-19 vaccine as of April 20.
The planned Paso del Norte Trail will provide greater opportunities for increased physical activity for residents and visitors alike
Texas state Rep. Mary González's bill requiring digital citizenship to be taught in public schools has passed in the House.
An El Paso nonprofit's annual Trash to Treasure art contest kicked off its first environmental summit in 2021.
In El Paso, and across the country, the topic of police brutality was thrown into the public discourse once again after George Floyd's death.
UTEP is expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to the public and is offering a last chance to get a first dose April 23-24. Find out how to register.
Fort Bliss Army Pfc. Christian G. Alvarado, who is accused of raping Pfc. Asia Graham, faces new sexual assault charges out of Arizona.
An El Paso man was arrested on a capital murder charge in connection with the death of a 1-year-old baby.
El Paso County sheriff's officials said the shooting occurred at a late-night spring break party at a paintball center
Closing the store is part of the company's COVID-19 response to help protect workers and customers.
Democratic lawmakers seek to rally votes for bills to do away with Confederate iconography at the Texas Capitol.
Renters in El Paso County may be eligible for up to 12 months of rental assistance and up to three months in future rent. Here's how to get help.
Do you have questions about writing books or the publishing industry? Two El Paso writers will read from their works and answer questions Thursday.
Murder, aggravated assault and sex offender suspects are among El Paso's most sought fugitives for the week of April 18, 2021.
Photos of El Paso's most-wanted fugitives for the week of April 18, 2021.
Socorro police arrested an alleged knife-wielding parolee convicted in a stabbing murder in the Texas Panhandle.
It's been 30 years or so since Albuquerque residents last saw their stretch of the Rio Grande go dry. It could happen again this summer.
Astro, a one-year-old rescue dog, is honored with a medal for helping save his owner's life Friday, April 16, 2021.