The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the landmark rulings that had enshrined abortion rights for nearly half a century.
Canutillo High School student Alex Reyes, who fought for the book “Gender Queer” to stay in the school’s library, is El Paso’s first-ever Youth Grand Marshal at Saturday’s Sun City Pride Parade.
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The El Paso County Hospital District is looking to issue up to $400 million in certificates of obligation – bonds that don’t require voter approval – for various improvements to…
The decision is a major victory for the Tiguas, formally known as the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, in their three-decade fight with the state of Texas over gambling.
The squabble between city Rep. Peter Svarzbein and Mayor Oscar Leeser is over, according to a statement released by the city late Tuesday.
In 2021, there were 328 suicides among active-duty personnel in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force. The reserves lost 190 members to suicide, and 116 National Guard troops…
Cases of monkeypox virus remain rare, but public health officials continue to monitor the ongoing multi-country outbreak.
Jennipher Talamantes lost her 25-year-old son, Jacob, to a fentanyl overdose two years ago. Today, she’s working to create awareness about the dangers of the synthetic drug.
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