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UTEP football: Miners look for backup tailback to take big load
Battles for backup positions are never going to be the headline grabbers like the scrum for quarterback that will define spring for the UTEP football team, but perhaps tailback should be an exception.
Anthony, San Elizario school board elections set for May
Some of El Paso County's smaller school districts will have school board elections May 9, with most being uncontested races.
El Paso County Commissioners approve spending $200K in security equipment for Ascarate Park
Cameras, vehicle counters and other security equipment will be installed at Ascarate Park in an effort to prevent mishandling of funds collected at the popular hangout, county leaders said Monday.
El Paso City Council to vote on $25.3 million in revenue bonds for flood control
The El Paso City Council will consider Tuesday whether to approve the Public Service Board's issuance of $25.
The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce won't endorse candidates after all
The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce won't endorse school board candidates after all. In January, the chamber's board of directors unanimously voted to endorse El Paso school board candidates for the first time this year, but a closer look at a state liability law led to the reversal, board chairman Gary Borsch said Monday.
Amid plans to send troopers to border, DPS may poach local departments
AUSTIN >> The Legislature is likely to add a substantial number of state troopers to the Texas-Mexico border in the coming months and the Texas Department of Public Safety is recruiting them from local police departments.
Border Patrol tests body cameras in El Paso region
Some U.S. Border Patrol agents in the El Paso region have been wearing body cameras to learn how the devices perform in the desert, mountains and highway checkpoints as part of a national study by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Monroe-Cranfill intersection closed in Central El Paso
The intersection of Monroe Avenue and Cranfill Street will be closed Tuesday through Friday in Central El Paso, city officials announced Monday.
Woman raped during bus robbery
A woman was raped during the highway robbery of a bus heading to Juárez late Saturday night in Zacatecas state, Chihuahua state officials said Monday.
LA police chief: Man killed on Skid Row reached for gun
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Police fatally shot a homeless man on Skid Row during a "brutal" videotaped struggle in which a rookie officer cried out that the man had grabbed his gun, the Los Angeles police
Hundreds of Las Cruces students protest PARCC test
LAS CRUCES >> Hoping to spark change in standardized testing, hundreds of students in Las Cruces staged simultaneous protests Monday at schools across the district over a new state-mandated
High school boys basketball: Highlanders, Eagles face off in battle of city's best
The much ballyhooed, Class 5A regional quarterfinal matchup between the Bel Air Highlanders and Andress Eagles in boys basketball will take place Tuesday night at the Don Haskins Center.
Feds want boat panels brought to court to show Tsarnaev note
BOSTON (AP) - Prosecutors want panels of the boat in which Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found hiding to be brought to court to show jurors what they say is his written
Twin Peaks opens second El Paso location on Sunland Park
Twin Peaks, a chain of sports bars with a mountain lodge theme, has opened its second El Paso location, the chain announced Monday.
El Paso's Paul Foster No. 1,250 on world billionaires' list
El Paso businessman and philanthropist Paul Foster is the 1,250th-richest person in the world on Forbes magazine's latest ranking of the world's billionaires released Monday.
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