The Temporary Protected Status program applies only to those who arrived in the country before July 31, which some applaud as a positive move while others say will only encourage more migration.
Churches and migrant organizations call for aid and donations as shelters in both Juárez and El Paso, such as Sacred Heart Church, reach capacity.
The governor promised political consequences if lawmakers cannot pass legislation allowing for publicly subsidized school vouchers before March primaries.
Opinion: El Paso’s pauper cemetery is in shameful and forlorn condition due to years of neglect by the county.
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Socorro officials say they’re taking another look at routes for a new arterial, but don’t provide a time frame
The four El Paso police chief finalists met with the public Wednesday.
With transfers from other cities and an increased number of migrants arriving in El Paso, shelters are overcrowded and turning people away.
The iconic Star on the Mountain is undergoing improvements and was turned off this week; also, the El Paso Chamber is looking for 32 dodgeball teams.
El Paso has not hired a public health director in more than a year after the previous one retired.
The El Paso Hospital District is proposing an increase in its budget and tax rate, which will be up for approval by El Paso County Commissioners Court next week.
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over as omicron subvariant Eris, or EG. 5, takes over as the most dominant strain. The CDC reports higher levels of coronavirus in wastewater.
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