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El Paso Police Officer Shot Investigating Suspicious Person | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 12, 2018
El Paso Police Officer Shot Investigating Suspicious Person        
El Paso police officer shot, taken to hospital; suspect sought | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
An El Paso police officer has been shot in the neighborhood of Seville Drive and Sambrano Avenue, the Police Department said Tuesday afternoon.        
El Paso City Council approves employee contracts for city manager, city attorney | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
The approval of the new employment contracts comes after leaked information that showed that Tommy Gonzalez was going to get a salary increase.        
Two California nuns accused of stealing thousands of dollars, gambling in Las Vegas | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles said two nuns allegedly stole thousands of dollars from a Catholic school to fund trips to Las Vegas.        
House Democrats eager to rebuild government as they take majority in January | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
House Democrats want to earn Americans' trust in government and roll out their agendas as they take power in January.        
AP source: Former Vice President Joe Biden to meet with family as he ponders 2020 | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
Former President Joe Biden will meet with family to decide on a potential presidential run, according to the Associated Press        
Is Trump's border wall being built? Here are the facts | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
With Trump threatening a government shutdown over funding for the border wall, what are the facts?        
Gift drive goal met: Immigrant children at Tornillo shelter to get 2,400 soccer balls | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
State Sen. José Rodríguez organized the holiday gift drive for migrant kids at a Tornillo shelter. Volunteers are needed to help inflate soccer balls.        
Top border security official defends use of tear gas on migrants | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, said        
El Paso police officer shot during chase of suspicious man | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
An El Paso police officer was shot in the hand Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018, during the chase of a suspicious man.        
El Paso police officer shot; neighborhood blocked off during search | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 11, 2018
El Paso police Tuesday block off a neighborhood near Seville Drive and Sambrano Avenue as they searched for a suspect in the shooting of an officer.        
Entrepreneur opens El Paso call center for Toyota Financial Services; craft beer bar opens | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
El Paso businesspeople in the news at the Santana Group, Sundt Construction, Kemp Smith law firm, Texas Tech and more.        
EPPD: DWI suspect was driving 105 mph on I-10 in East El Paso | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
El Paso police arrested a man suspected of driving drunk at 105 mph on I-10 on the East Side during the weekend.        
El Paso's Most Wanted fugitives for the week of Dec. 9, 2018 | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
El Paso's most-wanted fugitives sought by the El Paso Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff's Office for the week of Dec. 9, 2018.        
El Paso woman accused of fatally stabbing boyfriend with tattoo-instrument goes to trial | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
Elizabeth Muñoz is facing one count of murder in connection with the stabbing death of Raul Robles, 31, on March 1, 2014.        
Car left running stolen, owner allegedly assaulted after demanding car back | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
An El Paso car owner was assaulted after confronting a man who allegedly stole his car when he left it running at a Lower Valley home.        
US starts to withdraw troops from Trump border mission in Texas, Arizona, California | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
About 2,200 active duty troops will be pulled out before the holidays, leaving about 3,000 in Texas, Arizona and California.        
SISD: Socorro High School online threat not real, police on campus as precaution | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
A possible online threat made regarding Socorro High School was found not to be real and originated south of Mexico City, SISD officials said.        
El Paso man allegedly lied to police after fleeing scene of accident that injured one | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
Jesus Ponce was driving south on Yarbrough Drive at about 8 p.m. Friday when he struck the back of a Jeep Wrangler, injuring a 51-year-old man.        
Watch: El Paso's most wanted fugitives of the week | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
Week of September 17: Crime Stoppers of El Paso each week releases photos and descriptions of El Paso's most wanted fugitives.        
Col. Ike Gipson talks about upcoming deployment | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 10, 2018
Col. Issac "Ike" Gipson, who has long-standing ties to Fort Bliss, is the new commander of the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade.        
One wounded in weekend Dyer Street shooting in Northeast El Paso | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 09, 2018
El Paso police said one person was wounded in a shooting at a motel in the 6000 block of Dyer Street in Northeast El Paso.        
Former Juárez city alderman Hiram Contreras killed in shooting at traffic stop sign | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 09, 2018
Former Juárez alderman Hiram Apolo Contreras Herrera was shot and killed in his car while at a stop sign in the Mexico border city.        
O'Rourke talks about critical issues | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 09, 2018
U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke took some time Friday to discuss VA wait times, DACA and North Korea.        
UTEP student's mural unveiled | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 09, 2018
UTEP student Paloma Vianey speaks Thursday as her mural, “A Bridge Uniting Two Countries” is unveiled at the Mexican Consulate.        
Emergency texts to 911 are now available in El Paso County | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
Texting provides an alternative for people with speech or hearing impairments or when speaking out loud would place the caller in danger.        
Scuffles, tear gas as police clamp down on Paris yellow vest protest | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
Crowds of yellow-vested protesters angry at President Emmanuel Macron and France’s high taxes tried to march on the presidential palace Saturday.        
President Donald Trump denies wrongdoing amid accusations from prosecutors in Russia probe | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
The president claims innocence a day after federal prosecutors implicated him in a hush money scheme.        
Truck stolen from Northeast El Paso driveway, set on fire is Crime Stoppers' Crime of Week | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
The case of a truck that was stolen from a driveway in Northeast El Paso, then set on fire is the Crime Stoppers' Crime of the Week.        
Donors can help children's princess and superhero dreams come true Saturday at Cielo Vista | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
Dreams Come True Princess Parties, a family business in El Paso, will be taking donations of new princess and superhero outfits near the Disney store.        
Teacher charged with forcibly cutting off boy’s hair in class pleads not guilty | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 08, 2018
The Visalia teacher who was caught on video appearing to forcibly cut off at least one student's hair while belting out the national anthem in her classroom.        
EPISD school closure plan comes into focus, with up to four campuses on the chopping block | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
EPISD trustees spent about two hours discussing a plan to close up to four campuses in the 2019-20 school year.        
El Paso Fire Department truck accident halts streetcar service, damages hospital artwork | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
An El Paso fire crew was outside a ladder truck when it rolled down the street and hit a pole and artwork in front of The Hospitals of Providence.        
El Paso Fire Department truck rolls into and damages artwork outside Providence hospital | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
The crew had gotten out of the ladder truck when it rolled down the street and hit artwork in front of The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus.        
Wife of imprisoned ex-CBP officer gets 11 years for El Paso, Texas, trafficking scheme | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Ana Marie Hernandez, known as "La Muñeca," was sentenced to 11 years for her role in Mexico cartel-related drug trafficking and bribery.        
Operation Noel 2018: El Paso mom motivated by ill daughter who doesn't give up | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Operation Noel 2018: El Paso mom motivated by ill daughter who doesn't give up        
El Paso senator launches holiday gift drive for migrant children at Tornillo tent city | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
An El Paso senator has launched a gift drive for the thousands of migrant children held in tents in Tornillo, allowing people to buy soccer balls.        
Thinking about a new iPhone battery, AMC Stubs A-List or need stamps? Buy them before 2019 | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Prices are going up for a number of popular items next year, but if you act soon you still might be able to save on them before the calendar changes.        
How new Trump rules could leave tens of thousands of immigrants ineligible for green cards | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
The Trump administration may soon enforce a new definition of “public charge” that could make thousands of immigrants ineligible for a green card.        
El Paso Streetcar damaged in traffic accident with truck near UTEP | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
One of new El Paso Streetcars was damaged in a collision with a truck Thursday afternoon near the University of Texas at El Paso.        
Beto O'Rourke raised over $80 million for entire Ted Cruz Senate challenge | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Beto O'Rourke raised $80 million in the race against Ted Cruz, an unsuccessful challenge that catapulted the El Paso man into the national spotlight.        
El Paso jury gives probation in intoxicated manslaughter, but judge orders jail | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
A jury sentenced Lorenzo Anchondo to 10 years probation for intoxicated manslaughter in the death of El Paso nurse. The judge sentenced him to jail.        
Catholic group in Southern US names priests accused of sex abuse; many have El Paso ties | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
A list of 42 Jesuits who have received “credible allegations of sexual abuse of a minor” includes seven who spent time in El Paso, Texas.        
El Paso billionaire Paul Foster finally lands Downtown's Kress building | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
The buyer slated to get Downtown's Kress building in Downtown has pulled out, leaving billionaire Paul Foster's back-up bid of $2.29 million as the winner        
Fort Bliss soldiers arrested, El Paso police assaulted in Ojos Locos parking lot fight | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Four Fort Bliss soldiers were arrested and an El Paso police officer was allegedly assaulted in a parking lot fight at Ojos Locos sports bar.        
Fire Dept. vehicle, rolls. hits art installation | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
Fire Dept. ladder truck rolls, hits art installation        
El Paso Fire Department truck rolls, hits art installation near hospital | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 07, 2018
An El Paso Fire Department ladder truck on Dec. 7, 2018, rolled down the street into artwork in front of The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus.        
El Paso Water rates may rise again in 2019, although utility needs less money for budgets | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 06, 2018
El Paso Water rates are proposed to increase for a fourth straight year even though the city utility will need less money for its 2019 budgets.        
2019 Golden Globes: Dick Cheney biopic ‘Vice,’ 'Versace' leads field with six nominations | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 06, 2018
In the Golden Globe nominations, 'Vice' ruled the comedy/musical field, while 'A Star Is Born' and 'Black Panther' scored drama nods.        
City of El Paso offers peek at library's newly renovated Richard Burges Branch | El Paso Times
El Paso Times | December 06, 2018
Richard Burges Branch in Northeast El Paso will reopen early next year after $1.4 million renovation