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El Paso Times
Three people arrested, accused of abusing corpses at Central El Paso funeral home
El Paso County sheriff's investigators have arrested three people on suspicion of corpse abuse after finding five bodies, including a fetus, in various stages of decomposition at a Central El Paso funeral home.
El Paso-area native is El Paso Electric's first woman president, CEO in waiting
Mary Kipp is now running El Paso Electric along with company Chief Executive Officer Tom Shockley. Kipp, 47, a lawyer who's worked at the utility for the past seven years in various management and executive jobs, has been appointed president of the company, and chosen to succeed Shockley, 69, as CEO when he retires in December 2015, company officials announced Thursday.
El Paso firefighters respond to more than 100 weather-related incidents
El Paso firefighters responded to more than 100 weather-related incidents last night as the Sun City was pounded with heavy rainfall throughout the night and into the early morning.
New commander of primary care clinics brings 'fresh eyes,' will emphasize wellness
The new commander of six primary-care clinics serving Fort Bliss says he brings "fresh eyes" to the assignment and has some big goals for emphasizing wellness and readiness.
Fort Bliss briefs: MWR Oktoberfest this weekend
The Fort Bliss MWR Oktoberfest will be this weekend, featuring entertainment from Terry Cavanagh and the Alpine Express and the German Schuhplattler dancers.
One Direction, world's biggest boy band, comes to El Paso for performance
That thunderous roar coming from West El Paso this evening will be a storm of some 45,000 screaming fans singing and dancing along with the world's biggest boy band — One Direction.
Rwandan genocide survivor shares experience
With emotion in her voice, Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculée Ilibagiza described the horrible experiences she lived through in 1994.
"Fort Bliss" movie opens on post Friday
Fort Bliss will finally get to see the highly touted movie with its namesake when it premieres post Friday. The film "Fort Bliss," starring Michelle Monaghan, will open at the Grand 10 Theatre at Fort Bliss.
Documents: Man killed after 'dummy dope' deal in Northeast El Paso
A 22-year-old man shot to death in a car at a Northeast intersection two months ago was killed after selling "dummy dope" to the man who is accused of shooting him, court documents said.
One Direction performs in El Paso: What you need to know
Here is what you need to know before heading out to the One Direction concert Friday.
›› Live coverage Friday: One Direction performs in El Paso
›› Photos: One Direction fan photos
Fort Bliss soldier sentenced to two years in gas station shooting
A Fort Bliss soldier was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday after jurors convicted him in the shootings of two people at a Central El Paso gas station.
YISD hires Pat O'Neill as new associate superintendent
The Ysleta Independent School District hired Patrick "Pat" O'Neill for associate superintendent of operations.
Police arrest man who allegedly exposed himself at East El Paso park
El Paso police detectives have arrested a man suspected of "flashing" a woman at an East Side park three weeks ago, officials said.
Fort Bliss to extend successful summer strength program to year-round
Fort Bliss has had such a successful summer strength and conditioning camp for high-school athletes that it is expanding the program to year-round after school.
Businessman convicted in El Paso of bilking federal government of $1.4 million
An El Paso federal jury this week convicted a Houston-area businessman on fraud charges for bilking the federal government out of nearly $1.4 million.