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El Paso Times
El Paso County Commissioners to negotiate with Texas company for jail-cost study
The El Paso County Commissioners Court is negotiating how much to pay a Texas firm to study whether it's cheaper to remodel or replace the Downtown jail.
Paisanos prepare to head home, Juarez ready to lodge them
JUÁREZ >> More than 120,000 "paisanos," or Mexican citizens living in the U.S., are expected to return to Mexico for the holidays through Juárez — a city that is ready to welcome and lodge them.
TxDOT approved credits that will allow the purchase of buses for elderly, disabled
Project Amistad and Socorro will be able to purchase buses for the elderly and programs for the disabled with transportation credits approved Thursday by the Texas Department of Transportation Commission.
Halloween things to do in El Paso 2014
THURSDAY October 30, 2014 5:00- 8:00PM Jack-O-Self-Carving-Exploding-Lantern - Visit the CUADRO Lab and learn about self-carving exploding pumpkins!
500 line up for Swedish retailer H&M's opening in El Paso
About 500 people were in line when hip Swedish clothing chain H&M opened the doors to its first El Paso store Thursday at high noon at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso.
›› Photos: H&M Grand Opening at Outlet Shoppes
Moe's Restaurant to close after 60 years of feeding El Pasoans
Moe's Restaurant — which is about to serve its last plate of molé — has always been a place where customers feel at home.
›› Photos: Moe's Restaurant closes after 60 years
Police investigate shooting in Downtown El Paso
El Paso police are investigating a shooting that wounded a man near Downtown El Paso this evening.
Trial for former Socorro City Rep. Jesse Gandara postponed until next year
The trial of former Socorro city Rep. Jesse Gandara, who is accused of bribery, theft, and misappropriation of fiduciary funds, has been postponed until early next year, court records show.
New senior enlisted leader for BMC touts Fort Bliss as 'center of Army modernization'
Fort Bliss will continue to be the "center of Army modernization efforts for years to come," said the new senior enlisted leader for the Brigade Modernization Command.
Model for the Army: Fort Bliss civilian fitness program seeks to create healthy changes
For the past decade, Fort Bliss has been leading the way in encouraging its civilian workforce to lose weight, become more physically fit and make healthy changes that last a lifetime.
Fort Bliss briefs: Massacre on Marshall Road haunted house, Turkey Trot, Wreaths Across America
Friday night is the last chance to experience the scary Massacre on Marshall Road haunted house this year.
Woman in critical condition after East El Paso crash (update)
A woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after a T-bone collision at Hawkins Boulevard and Viscount Boulevard, El Paso police said via Twitter.
Tickets on sale next week for Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull concert in El Paso (update)
Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull are coming to El Paso and tickets go on sale Nov. 6, organizers announced.
Canutillo school district votes to not hire specialist in investigation
The Canutillo Independent School District Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted against hiring a handwriting specialist to investigate an associate superintendent.
El Paso County continues to move ahead, County Judge Veronica Escobar says
The creation of a county administrator, moving the budget function under the Commissioners Court and a new agreement with the County Sheriff's Officers Association were among the main achievements of county government this year, County Judge Veronica Escobar said Wednesday.