The effort to oust DA Rosales follows months of turmoil in her office – from the dismissal of cases over lack of indictments to the handling of the 2019 mass shooting case. She calls it a political tactic.
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The question of whether to fund El Paso District Attorney Yvonne Rosales’ legal defense hinged on whether El Paso County Commissioners Court felt it would serve a public purpose; they voted 4-1 to deny funding for now.
A hateful anti-gay comment almost eclipsed Tim Hardaway’s basketball legacy. The former UTEP star committed to changing himself, and finally made it to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Instead of answering legitimate questions, District Attorney Yvonne Rosales launched a series of personal attacks against Judge Sam Medrano and the El Paso judicial system as a whole.
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El Paso governments are opening centers to fly and bus migrants to their next destination. Advocates say the effort will help mitigate the humanitarian crisis on the border.
The Democratic challenger for Texas attorney general talks about why abortion, LGBTQ rights and immigration are priorities for her campaign ahead of the November election.
A motion by defense lawyers in the Walmart shooting case states that the El Paso District Attorney’s Office is seeking to recuse the judge to cover up allegations that the…
The fourth of the XII Travelers sculpture series will be unveiled at the Chamizal National Memorial on Sunday and a Texas v. New Mexico water case hearing takes place next week.
UTEP research found El Paso mothers who thought they lost Medicaid benefits after giving birth. They were unaware they had automatic, continuous coverage during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.
The El Paso County Commissioners Court is scheduled to vote Monday on whether UMC can issue $345 million in non-voter approved debt, but it may not happen if a petition…
Updated COVID-19 vaccine boosters target BA.4 and BA.5 strains of omicron variant. Here’s where to schedule a booster shot in El Paso.
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