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El Paso Times
Driver, pedestrian in Downtown El Paso fatal accident were both in their 70s, police say
A woman was on a crosswalk when she was hit and killed by a sport utility vehicle Tuesday in Downtown El Paso, police said today.
Flu cases double to 2,372 in El Paso, health officials say
Flu cases in El Paso have jumped more than 50 percent while the influenza season continues across the United States, local health officials said Tuesday.
El Paso officials receive petition signed by 10,000 for city IDs
The City Council on Tuesday accepted a petition signed by 10,000 El Pasoans that want the city to adopt a city-issued identification program that would help up to 40,000 residents who lack any official identification.
Rep. Cesar Blanco files bill for Texas Tech construction in El Paso
AUSTIN - Texas Rep. Cesar Blanco on Tuesday announced he had filed a bill that would provide $116 million in construction funding for the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in El Paso.
2015 Michelob Ultra El Paso Marathon finish line now at Downtown ballpark
Standing in front of the Southwest University Park centerfield gate on Santa Fe Street, 2015 Michelob ULTRA El Paso Marathon race director Mike Coulter announced that the finish line is now at the Downtown ballpark.
PHOTOS: Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias concert in El Paso
55 soldiers from Fort Bliss' Combat Aviation Brigade welcomed home by friends, family
FORT BLISS >> Fifty-five soldiers from Fort Bliss were greeted by hugs, laughter and a few tears of happiness Tuesday after spending several months in West Africa as part of the U.S. military's Ebola containment mission.
Ysleta ISD reschedules Riverside community meeting
The Ysleta Independent School District has set a new date for the Riverside High School community meeting that was postponed because of winter weather last week.
UTEP professor earns research designation, grant
Pavana Prabhakar, who holds a doctoral degree in aerospace engineering, was given the Promising Young Investigator designation by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
State drops child porn charges against ex-Irvin dance teacher
State prosecutors have dropped charges against Marco Alferez, a former Irvin High School dance teacher convicted in federal court of child pornography.
Gun rights advocates rallied in Downtown El Paso for open carry gun laws
About a dozen gun rights advocates rallied Monday in Downtown El Paso in support of open carry gun laws in Texas.
Planning ahead, a cure for a Downtown El Paso traffic headache
Downtown commuters should expect additional detours and delays next week as the reconstruction of bridges over the Union Pacific Railroad continue.
Pedestrian hit by car in West El Paso sustained minor injuries
Police said the person who was hit by a vehicle at Sterling Place and Country Club Road in West El Paso this morning sustained minor injuries.
Texas Senate Hispanic Caucus agenda outlined; Education, health care top priorities
AUSTIN >> Education, health care and economic justice are among the main concerns of Texas' swelling Hispanic population and members of the Texas Senate Hispanic Caucus aim to address them.
Tickets go on sale Friday for singer Juan Gabriel's El Paso concert
Tickets go on sale Friday to see the legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel in El Paso, officials announced Monday.