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Sex offender, wanted for allegedly failing to report, arrested at El Paso Walmart
A registered sex offender who failed to report a change of address to El Paso County Sheriff's Office officials was arrested earlier this month at an El Paso Walmart.
Iron Shepherd: Meeker looks back on her two years as 1st Armored Division chaplain
As Chaplain Lt. Col. Karen Meeker sees her time at Fort Bliss rapidly coming to a close, she can't help but feel some mixed emotions.
Jury dismissed in Texas veterans parade crash trial
MIDLAND, Texas (AP) - A Midland judge says jurors have been dismissed and motions are pending in the trial involving people who were hurt or whose family members died when a freight train struck a veterans parade float.
City of El Paso hosts $24 license, vaccine and microchip clinic Sunday
No matter how much love is in the kennel, taking care of one's furry and lovable pooch can be an expensive ordeal.
El Paso police did not talk to VA gunman after threat in 2013, documents say
El Paso police did not question an Iraq War veteran who shot and killed a psychologist at a VA clinic after the psychologist reported being threatened by the gunman more than a year earlier, according to police documents released this week.
Judge: Jury can watch Super Bowl unless Hernandez mentioned
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) - The judge overseeing former New England Patriots standout Aaron Hernandez's murder trial says jurors can watch this weekend's Super Bowl but must be vigilant for any mention of him.
Ex-El Paso County Judge Anthony Cobos asks to withdraw plea
Anthony Cobos, the former El Paso County judge convicted of public corruption in 2013, is asking to have his conviction and sentence vacated, alleging a federal judge improperly involved himself in plea negotiations.
Los Angeles-based Douglas Steel Supply to open facility in El Paso
Los Angeles area-based Douglas Steel Supply plans to open a 60,000 square-foot facility in East El Paso next month to supply steel sheets and small coils to manufacturers in El Paso, Juárez and other
Prison bus headed to El Paso hit damaged rail before colliding with train, killing 10
The bus that was transporting prisoners to El Paso from Odessa earlier this month struck a damaged guard rail before veering off onto an oncoming train, Department of Public Safety officials said.
HSI Officials: Key to stopping human trafficking is through the public's help
The new head of Homeland Security Investigations in El Paso on Thursday stressed the importance of the public getting involved in the fight against human trafficking and pointed to a recent local
35 years after boy Etan Patz vanished, murder trial to open
NEW YORK (AP) - A prosecutor says the little boy named Etan Patz (AY'-tahn PAYTS') was a "tiny man with a big heart" who couldn't wait to walk to the school bus stop by himself.
El Paso DA Jaime Esparza roasted at annual comedy event
It's not every day that 200 people gather to laugh at El Paso District Attorney Jaime Esparza.On Thursday night, Esparza willingly let himself become the center of jokes and ridicule during the fourth annual League of United Latin American Citizen's comedy roast.
Traffic Update: Accident at I-10 West and Lomaland on ramp
Traffic related calls at North Mesa Street and Arizona Avenue.
Former Socorro city Rep. Jesse Gandara's trial postponed again
The trial of former Socorro city Rep. Jesse Gandara, who is accused of bribery, theft, and misappropriation of fiduciary funds, has been postponed for the fourth time in the last 15 months.
El Paso weather: Colder with rain at times
Today: Colder with rain at times. Hi 50, lo 42.

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