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Three UTEP Football Players Named to 2017 Phil Steele All-C-USA Team | El Paso Herald Post Three UTEP Football Players Named to 2017 Phil Steele All-C-USA Team
UTEP senior offensive lineman Will Hernandez added another accolade to his long list as he was named to the Phil Steele All-Conference USA first team, along with senior linebacker Alvin Jones who also earned first team recognition. Junior long snapper Jake Sammut was named third team special teams on Wednesday. Hernandez, who was recently named AP All-America second team on Dec. … The post Three UTEP Football Players Named to 2017 Phil Steele All-C-USA Team appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 13, 2017
TNTM: DC Comics Flash movie will be called Flashpoint | El Paso Herald Post TNTM: DC Comics Flash movie will be called Flashpoint
If you know anything about DC Comics Flash character, you know the Flashpoint story-line is the one that really defines Barry Allen. It is the story that comes to mind when you think of the Flash. It was announced the name of the upcoming Flash movie will be Flashpoint. We can only hope the movie … The post TNTM: DC Comics Flash movie will be called Flashpoint appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 13, 2017
Plaza Hotel Renovation to Begin in 2018 to be Completed Spring of 2019 | El Paso Times Plaza Hotel Renovation to Begin in 2018 to be Completed Spring of 2019
Renovation on the Historic Plaza Hotel in downtown El Paso is set to begin in January 2018 and be completed by the Spring of 2019. This will give El Paso another downtown hotel less than 1,000 feet from the Convention Center.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
SISD declares itself 'safe haven' for undocumented students | El Paso Times SISD declares itself 'safe haven' for undocumented students
The resolution prohibits ICE and law enforcement agencies acting on its behalf from visiting a school without a warrant and superintendent's approval.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Socorro trustees likely to fire teacher found in car back seat with student | El Paso Times Socorro trustees likely to fire teacher found in car back seat with student
The teacher was arrested Nov. 20 after police allegedly found him in the back seat of a car in a parking lot with one of his students.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Iconic Downtown El Paso Plaza building to be reborn as 131-room boutique hotel | El Paso Times Iconic Downtown El Paso Plaza building to be reborn as 131-room boutique hotel
The 88-year-old Plaza Hotel will be restored in a $78 million project in Downtown El Paso.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Jewish community prepares for Hanukkah | El Paso Times Jewish community prepares for Hanukkah
Children from the J Center for Early Learning at Temple Mt. Sinai have been learning about the miracle that is celebrated on Hanukkah.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Gang-related crimes in El Paso see sharp increase in 2017, police say | El Paso Times Gang-related crimes in El Paso see sharp increase in 2017, police say
Gangs continue to be an issue in El Paso as police report that gang-related cases have more than doubled this year.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Suspect arrested after 2 customers beaten, cigarettes stolen at 7-Eleven | El Paso Times Suspect arrested after 2 customers beaten, cigarettes stolen at 7-Eleven
A suspect was arrested after police say he stole cigarettes from an East El Paso 7-Eleven and assaulted two people inside the convenience store.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Sun City Lights in Kern Place Corridor | El Paso Times Sun City Lights in Kern Place Corridor
Installation of the columns for the signature Sun City Lights archway in the Kern Place corridor were installed Tuesday. The work will continue with placement of the archways on Thursday along with other improvements.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Trump enacts provision to protect Castner Range; O'Rourke calls it 'environmental victory' | El Paso Times Trump enacts provision to protect Castner Range; O'Rourke calls it 'environmental victory'
The provision prevents commercial enterprise, roads, use of vehicles and the construction of buildings on the 7,000-acre range in Northeast El Paso.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Man, woman arrested on animal cruelty charges; dog named Bella euthanized | El Paso Times Man, woman arrested on animal cruelty charges; dog named Bella euthanized
A dog was euthanized and the owners arrested after police found the dog abnormally thin and weak from lack of adequate food and water.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Felon arrested, accused of unlawful possession of shotgun, body armor | El Paso Times Felon arrested, accused of unlawful possession of shotgun, body armor
A convicted felon was arrested during a traffic stop Saturday and accused of unlawful possession of a shotgun and body armor.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Get ready, Austin! 14th annual special delivery of tamales from El Paso is on its way | El Paso Times Get ready, Austin! 14th annual special delivery of tamales from El Paso is on its way
Visit El Paso on Wednesday will transport 500 tamales from La Tapatia to Austin as part of an annual hospitality gesture.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
IDEA charter school chain buys former Jewish Community Center Preschool in West El Paso | El Paso Times IDEA charter school chain buys former Jewish Community Center Preschool in West El Paso
IDEA Public Schools has purchased a former preschool and 13-acre tract of land in West El Paso.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Fort Bliss Half Marathon, holiday bowling among top upcoming events at post | El Paso Times Fort Bliss Half Marathon, holiday bowling among top upcoming events at post
A handy list of events at or associated with Fort Bliss and the military community.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
City Hires Archeological Firm to Begin Work Required by the Texas Antiquities Code | El Paso Herald Post City Hires Archeological Firm to Begin Work Required by the Texas Antiquities Code
The City has contracted Houston-based Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc. to conduct an archeological and historical review of the site located within the Multipurpose Performing Arts and Entertainment Center (MPC) footprint as required by the Texas Antiquities Code. The firm has conducted more than 700 major archeological projects and specializes in completing archeological investigations in urban … The post City Hires Archeological Firm to Begin Work Required by the Texas Antiquities Code appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 13, 2017
Khalid Family Christmas | El Paso Times Khalid Family Christmas
Khalid's family were at Ernesto Serna School to hand out Christmas presents Wednesday. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Three men arrested in fatal Horizon City shooting | El Paso Times Three men arrested in fatal Horizon City shooting
Three men were arrested Tuesday in connection with the death of a man found unconscious in a parking lot behind a store in Horizon City.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
Video: ‘New Shepard’ Rocket Flies Again from West Texas, 1st Flight for Capsule 2.0 | El Paso Herald Post Video: ‘New Shepard’ Rocket Flies Again from West Texas, 1st Flight for Capsule 2.0
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ New Shepard flew again for the seventh time from Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site near Van Horn, Texas. Known as Mission 7 (M7), the mission featured the next-generation booster and the first flight of Crew Capsule 2.0. Crew Capsule 2.0 features large windows, measuring 2.4 feet wide, 3.6 feet tall. … The post Video: ‘New Shepard’ Rocket Flies Again from West Texas, 1st Flight for Capsule 2.0 appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 13, 2017
Bond denied for suspect in Ysleta High School student's death | El Paso Times Bond denied for suspect in Ysleta High School student's death
Bond was denied for one of the suspects arrested in connection with the fatal October shooting of a Ysleta High School student.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
New 2-13 Cav leader excited about serving as role model for young soldiers | El Paso Times New 2-13 Cav leader excited about serving as role model for young soldiers
Command Sgt. Maj. Eric D. Hayes also is looking forward to the challenge of leading 2-13 Cav on a train-up and rotation at NTC at Fort Irwin.        
El Paso Times | December 13, 2017
UTEP Lab Pioneers Electromagnetics and Photonics | El Paso Herald Post UTEP Lab Pioneers Electromagnetics and Photonics
Ask anyone in Raymond Rumpf’s EM Lab what they do and they’ll tell you they are doing what most would consider impossible. Failure is common in their work in electromagnetics and photonics, but it is revolutionizing engineering and science as we know it. Rumpf, Ph.D., Schellenger Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and … The post UTEP Lab Pioneers Electromagnetics and Photonics appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Video+Story – Cornyn: Tax Bill Written with Middle Class Families in Mind | El Paso Herald Post Video+Story – Cornyn: Tax Bill Written with Middle Class Families in Mind
WASHINGTON –On the Senate floor, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) discussed the importance of tax reform to helping middle class families keep more of their hard earned money. Excerpts of Sen. Cornyn’s remarks are below, and video of his remarks can be found above. “We set about reforming our tax code with three goals in … The post Video+Story – Cornyn: Tax Bill Written with Middle Class Families in Mind appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Dreams Come True Princess Parties Hosting ‘To Dress a Princess’ Donation Event | El Paso Herald Post Dreams Come True Princess Parties Hosting ‘To Dress a Princess’ Donation Event
The organizers behind the Dreams Come True Princess Parties are again hosting their ‘To Dress a Princess’ event, with a special dedication. The campaign, called “To Dress a Princess,” where people donate new toys and princess or superhero clothing is in it’s second year.  This year’s event will be dedicated to Princess Stephanie Herrera who was … The post Dreams Come True Princess Parties Hosting ‘To Dress a Princess’ Donation Event appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Reggaeton star Maluma takes El Pasoan to finals of La Voz Mexico | El Paso Times Reggaeton star Maluma takes El Pasoan to finals of La Voz Mexico
After years of singing at church then later at coffee shops, bars, weddings and birthday parties, El Pasoan Ryan Gonzalez's voice has paid off.        
El Paso Times | December 12, 2017
Lawsuit accuses Vandenburgs, TVO of stealing more than $3M from El Paso investor | El Paso Times Lawsuit accuses Vandenburgs, TVO of stealing more than $3M from El Paso investor
Investor's lawsuit claims Russ and Wayne Vandenburg and their TVO real estate companies mismanaged and stole more than $3 million from apartment complex, and hotel.        
El Paso Times | December 12, 2017
UTEP Volleyball’s Macey Austin Receives C-USA Spirt of Service Award | El Paso Herald Post UTEP Volleyball’s Macey Austin Receives C-USA Spirt of Service Award
IRVING, Texas – For her efforts on and off the court, UTEP volleyball’s Macey Austin was named one of 14 Conference USA athletes receiving the 2017-18 Fall C-USA Spirit of Service award, the league announced on Tuesday. The C-USA Spirit of Service Award is designed to recognize the community service efforts of the league’s student-athletes, … The post UTEP Volleyball’s Macey Austin Receives C-USA Spirt of Service Award appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Hernandez Earns Spot on CBS Sports All-America Team | El Paso Herald Post Hernandez Earns Spot on CBS Sports All-America Team
Left guard Will Hernandez continues to receive post-season recognition earning a spot on the 2017 CBS Sports All-America second team on Tuesday. This is Hernandez’s fourth honor; he previously was named to the AP All-America second team, Conference USA first team and Pro Football Focus All-American first team. The senior is the only C-USA student-athlete … The post Hernandez Earns Spot on CBS Sports All-America Team appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
INFO+Story: UTEP to Celebrate 2017 Winter Commencement | El Paso Herald Post INFO+Story: UTEP to Celebrate 2017 Winter Commencement
More than 2,300 summer graduates and winter candidates are eligible to walk the stage at the Don Haskins Center on Saturday, December 16, 2017, during The University of Texas at El Paso’s three Winter Commencement ceremonies. Of note this year is a group of 12 South Korean students graduating from a dual degree program between … The post INFO+Story: UTEP to Celebrate 2017 Winter Commencement appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Man arrested on suspicion of throwing, beating dog | El Paso Times Man arrested on suspicion of throwing, beating dog
Joshua Mitsumatsu, 29, was arrested on an animal cruelty charge after a witness recorded him allegedly throwing a dog and beating it, police said.        
El Paso Times | December 12, 2017
Virgen de Guadalupe events in the area | El Paso Times Virgen de Guadalupe events in the area
El Pasoans have many options for honoring the Virgen de Guadalupe on Tuesday. Several churches will have Mass early in the day but also in the evening. Here are a few well-known for including matachines or mariachis.        
El Paso Times | December 12, 2017
Mexican journalist in Sierra Blanca immigration facility as he appeals deportation order | El Paso Times Mexican journalist in Sierra Blanca immigration facility as he appeals deportation order
A Mexican journalist seeking asylum in the U.S. since 2008 is being jailed at the immigration detention facility in Sierra Blanca.        
El Paso Times | December 12, 2017
Video: Coronado, Franklin Set Aside Rivalry to Support ‘Holiday Blessings Drive’ | El Paso Herald Post Video: Coronado, Franklin Set Aside Rivalry to Support ‘Holiday Blessings Drive’
Every year Coronado and Franklin high schools set aside their competitive spirit, coming together to collect toys, blankets and clothing items for an EPISD elementary school. Student council members from both schools started the Holiday Blessings Drive four years ago at Zavala Elementary, picking a different school each year to visit. This year the students … The post Video: Coronado, Franklin Set Aside Rivalry to Support ‘Holiday Blessings Drive’ appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus Earns Heart Failure Accreditation | El Paso Herald Post Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus Earns Heart Failure Accreditation
The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus is one of only two hospitals in the country to receive recognition from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) under new, more rigorous standards for treating patients suffering from heart failure. “ACC Accreditation Services is proud to bestow Heart Failure Accreditation on Sierra Campus,” said Abraham Joseph, Vice President … The post Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus Earns Heart Failure Accreditation appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Op-Ed: Spending Money in all the Wrong Places | El Paso Herald Post Op-Ed: Spending Money in all the Wrong Places
In El Paso there is a group of concerned, financially well endowed citizens have decided that public education needs help. The idea of course is that if they can change what they perceive as a low performing education system, then a domino effect will take place, where the population will become more educated, more educationally demanding … The post Op-Ed: Spending Money in all the Wrong Places appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
City Invites Residents to Spend Holidays at the Museums | El Paso Herald Post City Invites Residents to Spend Holidays at the Museums
The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department invites everyone to spend the holiday season visiting one of the City’s three museums; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History and the El Paso Museum Archaeology. All three museums will be open regular hours through the winter holidays with free family-friendly … The post City Invites Residents to Spend Holidays at the Museums appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Vista College’s El Paso Campus Invites Community to “Pictures with Santa” | El Paso Herald Post Vista College’s El Paso Campus Invites Community to “Pictures with Santa”
Vista College’s El Paso Campus invites the community to “Pictures with Santa,” a fun, free event for families. Guests may take pictures with Santa, color with Santa’s Elves, enjoy candy canes, and watch holiday movies, beginning at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tours of the campus will also be offered throughout the event, and all … The post Vista College’s El Paso Campus Invites Community to “Pictures with Santa” appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Presents Second Annual gift to NMSU | El Paso Herald Post Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Presents Second Annual gift to NMSU
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Co-Founder and President John L. Hummer and Founding Dean and Chief Academic Officer George Mychaskiw, DO, presented a gift of $250,000 to New Mexico State University. Receiving the gift were NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers and NMSU Foundation President Andrea Tawney. The gift will be used for the New Mexico College … The post Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Presents Second Annual gift to NMSU appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Video+Gallery+Info: Plaza Hotel Renovations Begin in January | El Paso Herald Post Video+Gallery+Info: Plaza Hotel Renovations Begin in January
Officials with Mills Plaza Properties gave local reporters and photographers a tour of the soon-to-be-remodeled Plaza Hotel in Downtown El Paso Tuesday Morning. The hotel, which has towered over Downtown El Paso since 1930, was designed by Trost & Trost and was Conrad Hilton’s first ‘high-rise hotel. Sold in 1963, the hotel then simply became known as the … The post Video+Gallery+Info: Plaza Hotel Renovations Begin in January appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Coyotes Face Unbeaten Monterrey Thursday Night at Coliseum | El Paso Herald Post Coyotes Face Unbeaten Monterrey Thursday Night at Coliseum
Thursday night, the two best teams in Major Arena Soccer League’s Southwest Division will battle in a showdown for first place at the El Paso County Coliseum. The Coyotes, currently in second place, will face the top-ranked Monterrey Flash at 7:35 p.m. Thursday, December 14 at the Coliseum located at 4100 East Paisano. The game … The post Coyotes Face Unbeaten Monterrey Thursday Night at Coliseum appeared first on El Paso Herald-Post.
El Paso Herald Post | December 12, 2017
Lawsuit accuses Russ and Wayne Vandenburg and TVO of theft and fraud. | El Paso Times Lawsuit accuses Russ and Wayne Vandenburg and TVO of theft and fraud.
Russ and Wayne Vandenburg, who founded and operate the TVO real estate companies in El Paso and Chicago are accused of stealing more than $3 million in investments and a loan for an apartment complex and hotel.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Ascarate Park Christmas | El Paso Times Ascarate Park Christmas
The lights are on at Ascarate Park. Take a chilly stroll through the lights or a warm cruise in your car. Mark Lambie / El Paso Times        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Russ Vandenburg leaves CEO position at TVO North America for health reasons | El Paso Times Russ Vandenburg leaves CEO position at TVO North America for health reasons
Health problems prompt his departure from the national real estate company he founded with his brother in 1983.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Tolbert backtracks on 2-year-old ethics complaint against city manager, ex-city rep | El Paso Times Tolbert backtracks on 2-year-old ethics complaint against city manager, ex-city rep
Former city Rep. Jim Tolbert is alleging he fell victim to a power play to remove city leadership from office two years ago.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Time to work together for El Paso: Jim Tolbert | El Paso Times Time to work together for El Paso: Jim Tolbert
I began my term on City Council as the one who had filed ethics complaints against Larry Romero and our Tommy Gonzalez.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Guatemalan migrant dies due to hypothermia; 14 rescued near Marfa | El Paso Times Guatemalan migrant dies due to hypothermia; 14 rescued near Marfa
A migrant, who was part of more than a dozen Guatemalans attempting to illegally cross into the U.S., died due extreme hypothermia.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Family remembers retired Marine Lt. Col. Enrique Hernandez, 79, as 'officer and gentleman' | El Paso Times Family remembers retired Marine Lt. Col. Enrique Hernandez, 79, as 'officer and gentleman'
El Paso retired U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Enrique "Hank" Hernandez, who flew more than 300 combat missions in Vietnam, was laid to rest Monday.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Watch Khalid surprise students at Crockett | El Paso Times Watch Khalid surprise students at Crockett
Grammy-nominated Khalid surprised children at Crockett Elementary School on Monday. See how they reacted.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017
Missing Clint Junior High student found Friday | El Paso Times Missing Clint Junior High student found Friday
A Clint Junior High School student reported missing Thursday was found late Friday night.        
El Paso Times | December 11, 2017