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She wore a flowing white dress, black embroidery swirling from top to train; for a veil, a headdress made of leather, pheasant feathers and deer... [Read More]
Californians deserve corporate responsibility from the companies that do business in our state, and accountability from our government agencies. [Read More]
Army veteran Oscar Arvizu has been named the Bank of America Manager for a Day announced the Chihuahuas. Arvizu will fill the role during today's... [Read More]
Hundreds of demonstrators marched from Cleveland Square to the Paso Del Norte bridge in downtown El Paso and then held a rally near the U.S.-Mexico... [Read More]
Marisa Martinez, 21, has been working for the NMSU football team since Nov. 2016. [Read More]
Demonstrators will gather at San Jacinto Plaza on Thursday to protests the separation of immigrant families, according to organizers. [Read More]
Teachers, parents and students filed into an auditorium for the first of two meetings to discuss the district's plan to close 10 elementary schools. [Read More]
Ariel Blair, a senior at UTEP, talks about growing up with her dad, a former UTEP football player. [Read More]
Three families trying to claim asylum Friday morning were stopped by Custom and Border Protection agents before trying to cross U.S.-Mexico border using the Paso... [Read More]
El Paso Independent School District Superintendent Juan Cabrera will not be attending next week's community meetings, according to an EPISD spokesperson. [Read More]
One week after an American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in El Paso, an air traffic control specialist responsible for helping... [Read More]
Every year, tens of thousands of animals enter local shelters but only a portion of them are adopted. The rest have to be put down... [Read More]
City council members voted 5-3 during Wednesday's special meeting to appoint Karla Nieman the interim city attorney. [Read More]
Officials with El Paso Live told KTSM that the Lion King musical currently playing in the downtown area could generate hundreds of thousands of dollars... [Read More]
From bumper boats to video games, Adventure Zone in west El Paso caters to everyone but now owners are taking a more inclusive route. [Read More]
Preservationists oppose to developing land near the foothills of the Franklin Mountains said the fight is far from over. [Read More]