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Crime of the Week: Burglars hit Metro PCS shop in Fox Plaza area | El Paso Times Crime of the Week: Burglars hit Metro PCS shop in Fox Plaza area
Burglars broke a front window to steal cellphones on Sept. 24 from a Metro PCS store in South-Central El Paso.        
El Paso Times | October 21, 2017
Drivers on I-10 face closures for 3 upcoming Sundays in West El Paso | El Paso Times Drivers on I-10 face closures for 3 upcoming Sundays in West El Paso
Sections of Interstate 10 will close on Oct. 29, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 in West El Paso as part of the Go 10 construction project.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Sessions applauds Trump's push for border wall, ending of DACA during Austin visit | El Paso Times Sessions applauds Trump's push for border wall, ending of DACA during Austin visit
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday praised the Trump administration’s new immigration principles, including the push for a border wall.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Ted Cruz vs. Beto O'Rourke called the 'marquee race in Texas' | El Paso Times Ted Cruz vs. Beto O'Rourke called the 'marquee race in Texas'
The likely winner of the race for U.S. Senate in Texas will be an Ivy League-educated guy in his mid-40s with a picture-book family. The similarities end there.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Judge admonishes man who created GoFundMe account to pay restitution to victims' survivors | El Paso Times Judge admonishes man who created GoFundMe account to pay restitution to victims' survivors
A man who created a GoFundMe account to pay his restitution to the families of two men he was convicted of killing was admonished by a district judge.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Burglars strike cellphone shop in Crime of the Week | El Paso Times Burglars strike cellphone shop in Crime of the Week
Police and Crime Stoppers of El Paso need help solving the Crime of the Week.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Coronado High students to hold forum for EPISD board hopefuls | El Paso Times Coronado High students to hold forum for EPISD board hopefuls
Four residents have applied to fill the vacant District 7 seat.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Ex-El Pasoan cuts the mustard as Wienermobile Hotdogger | El Paso Times Ex-El Pasoan cuts the mustard as Wienermobile Hotdogger
El Pasoan Jackie Corte, an Oscar Mayer brand ambassador, travels the nation in the Wienermobile, promoting one of America's most well-known brands.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Zahira Torres becomes second woman, first Latina to lead the Times | El Paso Times Zahira Torres becomes second woman, first Latina to lead the Times
Zahira Torres, who returned to El Paso from Los Angeles last year to lead investigations, has been named the editor of the El Paso Times.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Tres Mariposas fashion store closing after 47 years in business | El Paso Times Tres Mariposas fashion store closing after 47 years in business
The high-end women's clothing and jewelry store is closing due to the owner's back problem.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
New Mexico-filmed 'Only the Brave' tells story of Hotshots who died in Arizona blaze | El Paso Times New Mexico-filmed 'Only the Brave' tells story of Hotshots who died in Arizona blaze
The film, 'Only the Brave,' was filmed in New Mexico in the summer of 2016.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
YWCA's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser aims to eliminate violence against women | El Paso Times YWCA's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser aims to eliminate violence against women
Men strutted their stuff — or stumbled trying — as part of the YWCA El Paso del Norte Region’s 8th annual “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” event Thursday.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Officials reveal little about El Paso region's Amazon HQ2 bid | El Paso Times Officials reveal little about El Paso region's Amazon HQ2 bid
El Paso Mayor Dee Margo and the Borderplex Alliance CEO reveal little about the area's Amazon proposal as some cities offer big incentives.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Did you know there's an election in November? Early voting starts Monday | El Paso Times Did you know there's an election in November? Early voting starts Monday
The ballots for the Nov. 7 election include state constitutional amendments and the proposed $448.5 million SISD bond. Early voting starts Monday.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Protesters at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' speech | El Paso Times Protesters at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' speech
Protesters gathered at the site of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' speech.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Man arrested in knifepoint, gas can robbery spree of 7 stores in El Paso | El Paso Times Man arrested in knifepoint, gas can robbery spree of 7 stores in El Paso
El Paso police arrested a man accused of threatening to burn down a store and placing a knife to a clerk during a two-week robbery spree.        
El Paso Times | October 20, 2017
Homes burned, schools close amid surge of drug violence in western Chihuahua | El Paso Times Homes burned, schools close amid surge of drug violence in western Chihuahua
Rival drug trafficking groups clashed in an eight-hour gun battle as part of a fight in western Chihuahua that has burned homes and closed schools.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Hallberg says time at Fort Bliss a 'phenomenal growth experience' | El Paso Times Hallberg says time at Fort Bliss a 'phenomenal growth experience'
Lt. Col. Brian Hallberg led the 16th Engineer Battalion for two years and served as rear detachment commander for 1st Brigade during its deployment.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Meet El Paso Hotdogger and Wienermobile Pilot Jackie Corte | El Paso Times Meet El Paso Hotdogger and Wienermobile Pilot Jackie Corte
El Pasoan Jackie Corte is traveling the nation in the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
El Paso High School principal promoted | El Paso Times El Paso High School principal promoted
El Paso High School Principal Kristine Ferret was promoted.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Blue Flame, first lit in 1955, will light up Downtown El Paso skyline again | El Paso Times Blue Flame, first lit in 1955, will light up Downtown El Paso skyline again
The Blue Flame, first lit in 1955, will be lit again after renovations to the old El Paso Natural Gas building are completed in 2019.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
'Virtual kidnapping' cases spread from Mexico to US, FBI says | El Paso Times 'Virtual kidnapping' cases spread from Mexico to US, FBI says
"Virtual kidnapping" is a telephone scam that the FBI said is a growing trend across the U.S. possibly operated by inmates in Mexican prisons.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
City paying nearly triple assessed value for Downtown arena properties, documents show | El Paso Times City paying nearly triple assessed value for Downtown arena properties, documents show
An El Paso Times analysis shows the city has agreed to pay nearly three times the value for properties where it plans to build the multipurpose arena.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Woman arrested on DWI had baby in car | El Paso Times Woman arrested on DWI had baby in car
Brenda Yanet Avalos, 22, of El Paso, was allegedly driving drunk with a 4-month-old baby in the car early Thursday.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
El Paso Police: Don't drink and drive | El Paso Times El Paso Police: Don't drink and drive
El Paso Police Department public information officer Enrique Carillo urges motorists to not drink and drive. In December 2016, an El Paso Police officer was struck by a drunken-driving suspect while the officer was conducting field sobriety test.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
EPPD officer hit by vehicle | El Paso Times EPPD officer hit by vehicle
An El Paso Police Department officer was struck by a vehicle in December 2016. Police said the driver is suspected of DWI.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Homes burn, schools close amid surge of drug violence in western Chihuahua | El Paso Times Homes burn, schools close amid surge of drug violence in western Chihuahua
Rival drug-trafficking groups clashed in an eight-hour gunbattle as part of a fight in western Chihuahua that has burned homes and closed schools.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
2017 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes | El Paso Times 2017 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Men from El Paso and surrounding areas hit the streets wearing high heels during this year's YWCA Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. The international men’s march raises awareness about the effects of sexual and domestic assault in the community.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Appeals court temporarily blocks abortion for undocumented teen | El Paso Times Appeals court temporarily blocks abortion for undocumented teen
A federal appeals court has temporarily blocked an order calling for the U.S. government to let an undocumented teenager in Texas have an abortion, one day after the order was issued.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Hearing set for Downtown multipurpose arena contempt allegations against city | El Paso Times Hearing set for Downtown multipurpose arena contempt allegations against city
The city has been ordered to appear before the Eighth Court of Appeals Nov. 1 for a hearing regarding an alleged violation of a protective order.        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Watch FBI press conference on Virtual Kidnappings | El Paso Times Watch FBI press conference on Virtual Kidnappings
FBI El Paso Division holds press conference on Virtual Kidnappings Thursday        
El Paso Times | October 19, 2017
Las Cruces man arrested in connection with more than 20 West El Paso vehicle burglaries | El Paso Times Las Cruces man arrested in connection with more than 20 West El Paso vehicle burglaries
A Las Cruces man was arrested last week in connection with more than 20 vehicle burglary cases in West El Paso, officials said.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke gear up for 2018 | El Paso Times U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke gear up for 2018
The winner of next year's race for the U.S. Senate in Texas will be an Ivy League-educated guy in his mid-40s with a picture-book family — the similarities end there.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
Intelligence soldiers win Joshua Mills Commando Competition for second straight year | El Paso Times Intelligence soldiers win Joshua Mills Commando Competition for second straight year
Event honors memory of Staff Sgt. Joshua Mills, a Special Forces soldier from El Paso who was killed in Afghanistan.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
Downtown El Paso renovation continues as relit blue flame signals $40 million housing plan | El Paso Times Downtown El Paso renovation continues as relit blue flame signals $40 million housing plan
The 18-story Blue Flame building is set to become a 150-unit apartment complex for mostly low-income residents.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
Joel Garcia's defense lawyers focus on police, appeals justices' actions | El Paso Times Joel Garcia's defense lawyers focus on police, appeals justices' actions
The admissibility of the former boxer's blood sample has been a heated debate between defense lawyers and state prosecutors.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
FBI rescues 16-year-old girl in West Texas sex trafficking operation | El Paso Times FBI rescues 16-year-old girl in West Texas sex trafficking operation
A 16-year-old girl was found during an FBI-led investigation into sex trafficking at truck stops and hotels in far West Texas.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
EPISD board vote on whether to cut Cabrera's travel budget ends in tie | El Paso Times EPISD board vote on whether to cut Cabrera's travel budget ends in tie
A 3-3 tie on whether to cut EPISD Superintendent Juan Cabrera's travel budget led the motion to fail.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
US judge orders feds to let undocumented teen in Texas have an abortion | El Paso Times US judge orders feds to let undocumented teen in Texas have an abortion
A federal judge has ordered the U.S. government to allow an undocumented teen in custody in Texas to have an abortion “promptly and without delay.”        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017
Elizabeth Alvarez, former owner of Martin's Book Store, dies at 95 | El Paso Times Elizabeth Alvarez, former owner of Martin's Book Store, dies at 95
The former Martin's Book Store owner died Oct. 7.        
El Paso Times | October 18, 2017