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El Paso Times
Beating of US woman in Juárez begins movement
The severe beating of a young woman by her boyfriend on Sunday in Juárez has created such outrage among the victim's friends and family that they are vowing to raise awareness in attempt to end
Immigration dilemma: Children separated from families an issue on US-Mexico border
About 50 representatives of government agencies and organizations from Mexico and the United States on Friday exchanged ideas to improve the way children are reunited with their deported parents.
Friday morning storm causes 30 accidents, rain to dissipate today
The dark clouds that accompanied Friday morning's rainstorm are not expected to stick around through the weekend, but temperatures may be a little cooler today.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry to seek dismissal of criminal charges
AUSTIN - A lawyer for Gov. Rick Perry on Friday said he would seek to have two felony counts against the governor thrown out on constitutional grounds.
Study: Nearly 100,000 in El Paso County rely on food banks
One in eight people in El Paso County turn to food pantries and meal-service programs to feed their families, a recently published study found.
Bowie High Principal Jesus Teran resigns, takes job at Socorro High
Bowie High School Principal Jesus "Jesse" Teran, who was chosen to reinstate academic integrity to the school after a cheating scandal that bloodied the district's image, resigned Thursday to become principal of Socorro High School.
Catholic Church on East Side to break ground on sanctuary Sunday
St. Frances Xavier Mother Cabrini Catholic Church will break ground on a $4.5 million sanctuary on Sunday.
Fort Bliss public affairs soldiers go to Colombia to support special operations competition
Seven soldiers from Fort Bliss got the chance of a lifetime when they visited Colombia last month and provided public affairs support to an international special operations competition.
El Paso County to begin talks with new company on jail study
The County Commissioners Court on Thursday ended negotiations with MNK Architects and authorized county staff to start negotiating a contract with another firm to conduct a study to see if the Downtown Jail has to be replaced.
Investigator: Corruption investigation didn't include Gov. Rick Perry's office
AUSTIN >> Lawyers for Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday released a document that undermines a key part of the case Democrats are making against the governor, they said.
New Warrior Transition Battalion commander says caring for wounded part of Army 'covenant'
Taking care of wounded, injured and ill soldiers is a "tremendous responsibility" and the care provided to these troops is part of the Army's "covenant" to never leave anyone behind, said the new
Fort Bliss briefs: Operation Homefront gives backpacks to school kids
Operation Homefront gave out 900 backpacks filled with school supplies to military school kids last Saturday at the Fort Bliss Trading Post. The nonprofit estimates it will have given out an additional 300 backpacks to Fort Bliss children by the end of this week.
US consulate officials have meetings in Juárez colonias
JUÁREZ >> Unfalia Gaona, a resident from Las Torres neighborhood in southeast Juárez, this week had the immigration advice she had waited to get for the last seven years.
United lures top fliers with promise of a hot meal
NEW YORK (AP) — To win the hearts of frequent business travelers, United Airlines is going through their stomachs.
36 dead, 7 missing in Hiroshima landslide
TOKYO >> Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris Wednesday on the outskirts of Hiroshima city, killing at least 36 people and leaving seven missing, Japanese police said.