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El Paso Times
Rudolph Mazda named official title sponsor of the 2014 Amigo Airsho
Rudolph Mazda will be the official title sponsor for the 2014 Amigo Airsho, organizers announced Wednesday.
Downtown El Paso's Kipp's Cheesesteak to permanently close
A popular restaurant in Downtown El Paso will close at the end of this week.
El Paso police investigating aggravated robbery
El Paso police are investigating an aggravated robbery at a West El Paso convenience store where at least one shot was fired, officials said.
Driver killed in rollover crash in Canutillo
A driver was killed in a rollover crash Wednesday afternoon in Canutillo, an El Paso County sheriff's spokeswoman said.
Transmountain Early College among 500 best high schools in country
Newsweek ranked Transmountain Early College High School among the 500 best high schools in the country for 2014.
›› Newsweek: America's Top Schools 2014
Fire officials and Socorro police investigate cause of fire at abandoned home
Fire officials and Socorro police are investigating the cause of a fire at an abandoned home in Socorro.
Two El Paso schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools
Veronica Zuniga's fifth-grade students at Cielo Vista Elementary School fidgeted in their desks and wrung their hands as they anxiously awaited the special announcement Tuesday morning.
›› Photos: Cielo Vista Elementary School National Blue Ribbon School
El Paso hospital worker with TB had shown signs of illness, report says
A health care worker who was coughing up blood in July, showed symptoms of tuberculosis in December and tested positive for the disease 10 years ago might have exposed hundreds of newborns at Providence Memorial Hospital, a new report states.
Border Patrol finds marijuana, arrests alleged sex assault suspect near Deming
Border Patrol agents found 110 pounds of marijuana Sunday after following shoe prints in Clint, officials said Tuesday.
El Paso law enforcement agencies team up during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Several law enforcement agencies in El Paso are teaming up against domestic violence and sending a message to outstanding offenders: Turn yourself in.
City of Socorro to hold special election to fill unexpired term of representative
The City of Socorro will hold a special election in December to fill the unexpired term of city Rep. Joseph "Chito" Bowling, who passed away Sept.
Pollard Park-pond approved by El Paso City Council as part of stormwater plan
A important piece of the Stormwater Master Plan includes a park-pond in central El Paso, which was given the OK for construction during Tuesday's City Council meeting.
›› Replay Twitter updates: El Paso City Council meeting
Pedestrian projects in the works to make Downtown El Paso safer
A couple of construction projects are in the works to help make Downtown safer for pedestrians.
Nearly 500 Fort Bliss troops heading to Africa to aid in Ebola outbreak
Nearly 500 service members from Fort Bliss will be deploying to Africa as part of the U.S. effort to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, according to a statement issued by U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-El Paso, on Tuesday.
El Paso Water Utilities lifts time restrictions
Beginning tomorrow, residents will no longer be restricted on what time they are allowed to water their lawns.