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El Paso Times
Six soldiers injured in Fort Bliss training accident (updated)
Update: Six soldiers suffered non-life threatening injuries after a military vehicle accident during a Fort Bliss training exercise on Wednesday night, officials said.
Defense: Fatal beating suspect didn't know victim was El Paso police officer
The man accused of fatally beating El Paso police Officer Jonathan Molina in 2012 allegedly sent a Facebook message to a friend admitting to the crime.
City of El Paso proposes increase in parking meter fees, implementing payment mobile apps
Parking Downtown may soon get easier — and a little more expensive. City officials are working on a mobile application that will allow drivers to use their electronic devices to pay meters and help them find open metered-parking spaces.
New $30 million Medical Center of the Americas project to be located on El Paso city land
A $30 million biomedical research facility proposed for construction on part of the Jefferson High School campus last month will instead be built on city-owned property less than a mile away.
Construction on far East El Paso roads may cause delays this week
East Side motorists can expect delays at night for the rest of the week because the Texas Department of Transportation crews will be working on the Officer Angel David Garcia Interchange project.
El Paso City Council nixes beer at the zoo, admission may rise
The newest attraction at the El Paso Zoo won't be booze. Zoo officials had considered selling beer at the zoo as a way to raise money for its increasing operating costs.
County, state officials will hold meeting Tuesday to offer info on highway
County and state officials will host a meeting to inform the public about the second construction phase of the roadway that will connect Interstate 10 to the new Tornillo-Guadalupe Port of Entry.
Batman Day: El Paso fans celebrate hero's 75th anniversay by visiting local comic and book stores
Batman fans rushed to book and comic book stores Wednesday to get a free copy of a special edition comic book in celebration of Batman Day.
›› Photos: El Paso celebrates Batman's 75th anniversary
One Mexican police officer dead, other injured in Juárez shootout (updated)
One Juárez police officer was killed and another wounded in an ambush shooting near the U.S-Mexico border in which a 16-year-old bystander also was hit by a stray bullet, officials said today.
›› Photos: Juarez shootout on July 23, 2014
Man allegedly uses cloned credit cards at El Paso stores
A man who allegedly using cloned credit cards at several El Paso stores is the focus of Crime Stoppers of El Paso's "Crime Spot" of the week.
EPISD kicks off annual summer musical performance with 'Damn Yankees'
The El Paso Independent School District kicks off its 29th annual summer musical performance Wednesday at the El Paso High School Theatre with the musical production "Damn Yankees."
City officials moving forward with West El Paso Olympic-sized pool project
City officials moved ahead Tuesday in building an $8 million, Olympic-sized pool on the West Side. The Westside pool will be designed by In*Situ Architecture PLLC for about $732,000. The motion passed unanimously.
89 undocumented immigrants test positive for tuberculosis skin test
ARTESIA >> A total of 89 undocumented immigrants detained at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center have tested positive on the tuberculosis, or TB, skin test, but no individual has actually contracted the disease according to J.R. Doporto, a Carlsbad city councilor.
Immigration: State Rep. Joe Pickett, other state lawmakers blast decision to send troops to border
AUSTIN >> Add the chairman of the Texas House Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee to the list of those who are blasting Gov. Rick Perry's decision to send 1,000 National Guard troops to the border.