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El Paso Times
Texas commission to select contractor for $800 million Border Highway West extension
The Texas Transportation Commission will select a contractor for the $800 million completion of Loop 375 today, officials said.
UTEP Denim Day event draws attention to sexual violence
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the University of Texas at El Paso on Wednesday commemorated Denim Day — a national campaign to prevent sexual violence.
Mayor Leeser: El Paso open for new businesses; success depends on teamwork
El Paso is prepared and open for new businesses but progress will only come by working together, Mayor Oscar Leeser said during his first State of the City address on Wednesday.
Judge reduces bond for Jenna Farrey, mother suspected of burying son in desert
A district judge has reduced the bond for Jenna Farrey, the 20-year-old woman accused of burying her infant son in the New Mexico desert.
Socorro police look for theft suspect
Socorro police are looking for a man suspected in several burglaries and thefts in this week's Crime Stoppers of El Paso's "Crime Spot.
Lawyer: Cuts to family planning clinics in Texas unjust
By refusing to fund family planning clinics in Texas, the state legislature is preventing Hispanic women from accessing affordable reproductive health care and treatment for preventable diseases, according to activists and advocates for women's reproductive rights.
El Paso Zoo giraffe leaving for new home Friday
El Paso Zoo officials are inviting the community to come say goodbye to one of the zoo's most beloved animals before he leaves town to go to a new home.
El Paso, Texas funds swap discussion takes wild turn at City Council
What was expected to be an easy swap of funds between the city and state for several transportation projects took a wild turn down a winding road Tuesday.
Throw away old tires free at two El Paso County locations Saturday
Area residents looking to throw away old vehicle tires can do so free at two locations Saturday.
Texas DPS report: Sureño street gang has grown in El Paso
A new Texas Department of Public Safety report on gangs says there are concerns in El Paso over the growth of a street gang with ties to the Sinaloa drug cartel.
El Paso Community College makes move on accreditation
While many were filing last-minute tax returns last week, El Paso Community College sent documentation to a regional accrediting body in hope the school will placed on track for full accreditation.
Worker insurance coverage may change in Texas
At least 500,000 Texas employees are not covered by any kind of workplace insurance because the state is the only one not to require employers to provide such coverage.
Former El Paso prosecutor pleads guilty to accepting bribes
An El Paso attorney and former state prosecutor pleaded guilty Monday to accepting bribes in exchange for dismissing criminal cases.
Search warrant: Murder suspect had Santa Muerte shrine in West El Paso home
A 36-year-old man suspected of fatally shooting another man near the Cincinnati Entertainment District last month allegedly had a shrine to Santa Muerta, or Saint Death, in his home, according to a
Police, fire pension fund director to leave job in 2015
By Cindy Ramirez El Paso Times The executive director of the El Paso Firemen and Policemen's Pension Fund will leave when his new and mostly unchanged contract ends on Oct.