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Hundreds of El Pasoans gathered Thursday to pay tribute to El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen at the Judson F. Williams Convention Center on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023.
Hundreds of El Pasoans paid their respects to the late El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen Thursday evening.
After 15 years of service, El Paso County Attorney Jo Anne Bernal announced that she will not seek reelection; also, the city is looking to register, permit and tax short-term rental properties.
Judge Sam Medrano Jr. held a meeting on the Walmart mass shooting case behind closed doors without explanation.
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An outside attorney is referring an ethics complaint filed against city Rep. Brian Kennedy to the city’s ethics commission – which hasn’t met since 2021.
City Rep. Brian Kennedy earned $55,000 from the Sports Commission consulting work he did prior to getting elected – preventing him from voting on the key issue he campaigned on…
Gov. Greg Abbott says in inauguration speech Legislature will prioritize budget surplus, schools and power grid
Abbott is on track to becoming Texas’ second-longest-serving governor, behind Rick Perry, who served more than 14 years. Abbott enters his third term after a decisive reelection win in November.
El Paso Matters’ new book club will spotlight local authors; also, service employees at Hospitals of Providence vote to unionize.
Three years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic hit the borderland hard. Today, looking back at the strategies to vaccinate residents on both sides of the border provides a blueprint for future…
The U.S. is mailing free, at-home COVID-19 tests ahead of a potential holiday surge. Health insurance and the city of El Paso also cover testing at no cost. Here’s how…
Inspired by Mexican activists, an El Paso woman describes how she began distributing abortion pills after the fall of Roe v. Wade – a legal risk she’s willing to take…
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