Loretta Hewitt, the former lead prosecutor in the Aug. 3, 2019, terror attack in El Paso, criticized the district attorney after her resignation. The DA calls her remarks disappointing
Author Yasmín Ramírez connected with readers through grief, music and the shared experience of growing up in El Paso
County appoints new County Criminal Court judge; also, Chabad Lubavitch marks the beginning of Hanukkah by lighting a menorah.
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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…
As of Tuesday 371 residents had voted in the City Council District 2 race; also, the county is seeking input on its 2025 strategic plan.
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.
Midwives at Luna Tierra Birth Center in El Paso started a new nonprofit, El Nido. The group offers lactation circles and workshops for expectant mothers and parents.
The county would have to pay a contractor around $6 million to dredge up sediment, trash and plant debris and clean up Ascarate Lake. A water study will come first.
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.
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