The University of Texas at El Paso will learn this week what the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges decided in regards to the accreditation “warning” status.
El Paso households could see their monthly water utility bills rise by $3.54 on average beginning in March.
O’Connor, the first female U.S. Supreme Court justice, died Friday. She is more commonly known as an Arizonan, but she graduated high school in Texas and multiple schools here now bear her name.
City Council missed an opportunity to hear ideas from South El Paso residents.
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Meet the candidates vying to replace city Rep. Alexsandra Annello to represent parts of Northeast, Central and Ascarate on City Council as early voting begins.
Two-thirds of DPS high speed chases since 2021 have come in border counties that have 13% of the state’s population, a new report from Human Rights Watch says.
The city plans to build a new 24-acre environmental services center in East El Paso that will include a city fueling station and fleet service center, a citizen collection station,…
Another prosecutor assigned to the state’s case against the Walmart mass shooter has resigned; also, the city abandons its plans to buy a building in Duranguito.
Wearing high heels every day can cause foot and body damage over time. El Paso County is leading a campaign to switch to more comfortable shoes.
Vaccines against respiratory syncytial virus for seniors and pregnant women protect against the infection. El Paso had a surge in RSV in 2022.
The FDA has approved the new Novavax vaccine against COVID-19, posed as an alternative to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
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