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Alejandro Fernandez and Los Tigres del Norte scheduled to perform in El Paso
Alejandro Fernandez and Los Tigres del Norte are scheduled to perform Sept. 29 at the Don Haskins Center.Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.
Hundreds of El Paso firefighters join Fill the Boot campaign for MDA
More than 700 members of the El Paso Fire Department volunteered their time to help raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during the Fill the Boot campaign. In addition to helping raise funds for research and life-enhancing programs, the campaign also helps send more than 50 area childr
El Paso Truck Driver Involved in Deadly Panhandle Crash
Investigators believe Xavier Hernandez, 25, of Littlefield, Texas crossed into the path of a Kenworth semi-truck driven by Julio Olivares, 48 of El Paso.
Neon Desert 2018: Live updates from the music festival
The festival, which runs May 26-27, encompasses two parks — Cleveland Square and San Jacinto Plaza — and 15 city blocks in downtown El Paso.
Shooting near Fred Wilson Avenue in Northeast El Paso under investigation by police
Shooting near Fred Wilson Avenue in Northeast El Paso under investigation by policeThe El Paso Police Department and Crime Stoppers of El Paso are looking for these motorbike theives in the Crime of the Week.Courtesy of Crime Stoppers of El PasoBuy Photo(Photo: Daniel Borunda/El Paso Times)El Paso p
Las Cruces police respond to shots fired in club parking lot
Las Cruces police are investigating the shooting, which happened about 2 a.m. Saturday outside of Halo's Ultra Lounge, 2460 S Locust St.
YISD elementary school teacher arrested, accused of assaulting ex-wife: El Paso Police
Olivares was booked into El Paso County Jail on a bond of $1,500. According to jail records, he posted bail May 19.
El Paso to stop jailing people who can't afford to pay traffic tickets
In 2016, the Texas Civil Rights Project filed a lawsuit on behalf of Carina Canaan and Levy Lane, who were incarcerated for being unable to pay mounting traffic fines.
Neon Desert 2018: Top 5 takeaways from Saturday in Downtown El Paso
There are plenty of ways to keep cool during the festivities, including the San Jacinto splash pad, misting stations and free water refill spots within the festival grounds.
New billboard goes up to help find missing El Paso boy
"I just want my boy back. I want to see him grow up," said Luis Aragon-Alderete, Luis Alderete-Martinez's father.
El Paso man arrested on sexual assault of a child charge, rebooked on child-porn counts
Ricky Edmondson, 29, was originally arrested Jan. 19 on one count of aggravated sexual assault of a child, according to jail records.
Local dealership awards high school graduate with a free car
“Our graduates work hard and deserve something and we love giving to the community,” said Jay Welsh, the CEO.
El Paso's Rio Grande flooding dominated headlines in May 1897
In May 1897, El Pasoans were keeping an eye on the water levels in the Rio Grande, young men were serenading young women, and thieves were plying their trade. Here are snippets from the El Paso Times for the month:
Many attend Neon Desert Music Festival despite high temperatures
“I'm here for the people, the artist and of course just having a good time,” said Riccaris King from South Carolina.
El Paso Zoo welcomes birth of Misha, an endangered Asian Wild Horse
The El Paso Zoo announced the birth of Misha, an Asian Wild Horse, on Thursday, but she was born on April 25.
If you're skipping Neon Fest, there still are things to do Memorial Day weekend in El Paso
The popular radio station is bringing its iconic KLAQ BBQ back to the scene with a three-day party from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday-Monday at Wet N Wild Waterworld, Anthony, Exit 0.
Civil Rights Group: City of El Paso will jail fewer people for not paying traffic fines
"This is an important agreement that we have reached with the City of El Paso," said Natalia Cornelio, Criminal Justice Reform Director with the Texas Civil Rights Project, "The City is doing the right thing for the people. Incarceration separates families and causes the loss of jobs."
Honduran woman dies in ICE custody
Jeffry Hernandez, 33, entered ICE custody in San Diego two weeks ago and was later transferred to El Paso. After spending a day in El Paso, she was transferred to Milan, New Mexico, where she was housed in the transgender unit.
Street, traffic improvements for east El Paso
"In addition to beautifying the city, it's also going to act as a public safety measure," said District 6 city representative Claudia Ordaz Perez.