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El Paso Times
CBP officers make eight drug busts at El Paso ports of entry
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers made eight drug busts on Thursday at El Paso ports of entry, including the seizure of more than $1 million worth of marijuana and methamphetamines.
Police identify man shot, killed by officers outside East El Paso motel
The man who was shot and killed by El Paso police on Monday after he allegedly threatened a hotel clerk and police officers was identified Friday as Marco Antonio Perez, 22.
Shooting in Juarez kills three
Two men and a woman were shot and killed Thursday morning in Juarez near the federal courthouse, according to the Chihuahua Attorney General's Office.
More West Nile, Chikungunya virus cases reported in El Paso
El Paso health officials report that a teenage boy has tested positive for the West Nile virus this season, and that a man in his 60s has become the second person to contract the Chikungunya virus.
Disabled veteran, who served more than 20 years in Army, receives key to his first home
Retired U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class William Chasten Jr. was all smiles as business and political leaders repeatedly thanked him for his nearly 20 years of military service and mentioned his awards Thursday morning.
Magic Johnson speaks at STARS Scholarship Fund event
Basketball great Earvin "Magic" Johnson, who has become a national business leader, told an audience of about 700 Thursday that poor students can achieve success if they are given a chance.
OSHA looks into death of 2 workers at El Paso water treatment plant
An investigation continues into the deaths of two workers who got trapped in a room flooded with sludge Wednesday at a Lower Valley water treatment plant.
EPISD Board of Managers term will end in spring of 2015, education commissioner says
The appointed Board of Managers governing the El Paso Independent School District will remain in office through next spring's elections for three new school board members, Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams announced today.
'Flashdance: The Musical' at Plaza Theatre, features Socorro High School grad
Andree Harper. Gladys Ferrari. Ana Guerrero Moncada. Monica Flores. Names of famous Broadway dancers? No, they're El Paso teachers, people who inspired Eduardo Carrillo how to dance, how to perform, how to take his talent to the next level.
UTEP President Diana Natalicio receives national award
University of Texas at El Paso President Diana Natalicio has received a national award for her work empowering minority students.
Historical society honors three El Pasoans
The El Paso Historical Society presented its 2014 Chris P. Fox Memorial Award for outstanding contribution to historical awareness to Rosemary Neill, Gary Williams and David Wellington Chew in
Video: Former First Lady Laura Bush tours El Paso landmarks
Former First Lady Laura Bush toured historic landmarks today in El Paso's Mission Valley. In this video, she talks with Ramon Holguin at the San Elizario Museum.
TV 'shark' shares his road to success at El Paso conference
Daymond John's demeanor is mostly no-nonsense and contemplative in ABC-TV's "Shark Tank" realty show, in which he is one of six investor sharks.
Sergeant major with Joint Task Force North takes third in cycling at Warrior Games
Sgt. Maj. Jerry W. Hochstedler has used cycling as a way to heal and deal with the serious wound he suffered in Afghanistan more than five years ago.
Military briefs: El Pasoan retires from Navy after 27 years of service
Navy Command Master Chief David Tellez, an El Paso native, has retired after 27 years of service. Tellez, 46, most recently served as the senior enlisted adviser for U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet at Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville, Fla. His retirement ceremony was Oct. 9.