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El Paso Times
MPO approves $97 million for El Paso streetcar project
The Transportation Policy Board of El Paso's Metropolitan Planning Organization on Friday approved state funding to resume the El Paso Streetcar Project but not without contention.
Anti-illegal immigration Border Convoy headed to El Paso
An anti-illegal immigration convoy to "stop the invasion" travelling from California to South Texas will be visiting El Paso this weekend.
UMC will not seek a property tax increase
The county's hospital district is no longer seeking a property tax increase to help offset its current financial woes, which led to 56 layoffs last week.
PSB passes resolution rejecting city's request for more water utility money
The Public Service Board passed a resolution Friday against the city of El Paso's proposal to increase revenue intake from the water utility.
'Virtual kidnapping' scam targets El Paso doctors
A terrifying telephone scam known as a "virtual kidnapping" is targeting doctors in El Paso and other Texas border cities.
Funding approved for Downtown El Paso Artspace project
What was once a penciled draft to construct a housing complex for artists and their families in Downtown El Paso, is one step closer to taking shape and becoming a reality.
Rainfall brings cooler temps and flash floods to drought-weary El Paso
El Paso's late-starting monsoon season brought with it cooler temperatures and flash flooding in some areas on Friday.
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New Fighting Deuce commander focuses on train-up for upcoming deployment
Lt. Col. Bill Parker, a new Patriot battalion commander, is a die-hard football fan, and he couldn't help but use a metaphor from his favorite sport to describe his unit's main emphasis right now.
Well to be replaced to improve Ascarate Lake's low water levels
The county will replace a 40-year-old well to help fix low water levels at Ascarate Lake. On Thursday, Public Works Director Ernie Carrizal requested Commissioners Court to authorize the purchasing
El Paso religious leaders send letter to president, Congress urging protection of immigrant children
As Congress attempted to vote on a bill to deal with the surge of unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America, El Paso religious leaders sent a letter to President Barack Obama and other
Fort Bliss briefs: Oktoberfest run set for Sept. 13, benefits MWR, charity
The 21st annual FirstLight Federal Credit Union German American Oktoberfest Night Run will be at 6 p.
Two Sikh men seeking asylum have court hearing in El Paso
A U.S. immigration court agreed to a change of venue for a man from India who is seeking U.S. asylum and ordered a continuance in the case of second man's case Thursday in El Paso.
El Paso man convicted of pointing laser at DPS helicopter
An El Paso man could serve up to five years in federal prison after a jury in U.S. District Court convicted him on a charge of pointing a laser at an aircraft, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday.
Public Service Board to discuss city of El Paso's proposed water fee increase
The city's proposal to increase the revenues it receives from the El Paso Water Utilities — a cost which is then passed down to customers — has raised some concerns among the board that oversees the utility.
Southwest Kiwanis convention takes place in El Paso
Kiwanis, a global organization that helps children, will have its Southwest District convention in El Paso on Friday and Saturday, a member said.