- US Customs officer charged with smuggling immigrants Updated: Jul-28-15 5:44 pm
EL PASO, Texas - A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer has been charged with smuggling four Mexican nationals into the United States.
- US flag mural painted at new West Texas school after dispute Updated: Jul-28-15 4:01 pm
EL PASO, Texas - A U.S. flag mural being painted Tuesday on a new West Texas school resolves a dispute over whether the building should feature the more muted colors of the desert.
- 'Archie' cartoonist Tom Moore dies in his native El Paso Updated: Jul-21-15 10:43 pm
EL PASO, Texas - Tom Moore, the "Archie" cartoonist who brought to life the escapades of a freckled-face, red-haired character, has died in Texas. He was 86.
- Heavy rains bring flooding to parts of West Texas Updated: Jul-21-15 8:08 am
AMARILLO, Texas - Heavy rains in West Texas have brought flooding to parts of the region, including Amarillo and El Paso.
- More than 70 test positive for tuberculosis in El Paso Updated: Jul-15-15 10:47 am
EL PASO, Texas - More than 70 people at a West Texas school and a halfway house have tested positive for tuberculosis.
- Correction: El Paso Hospital-Surgeries story Updated: Jul-14-15 1:13 pm
EL PASO, Texas - In a story July 12 about an El Paso hospital cancelling some surgeries, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the accreditation for University Medical Center of El Paso had been denied. The hospital instead received a notice of preliminary denial of accreditation. It could lose its accreditation if violations cited by inspectors are not corrected within 23 days.
- 2 Texas-El Paso dorms being torn down, research unit planned Updated: Jul-11-15 9:33 am
EL PASO, Texas - The University of Texas at El Paso has begun to demolish two former dormitories to make way for a $70 million building earmarked for research.
- El Paso to decline $56,000 grant from historical commission Updated: Jul-10-15 9:46 pm
EL PASO, Texas - El Paso officials have decided to pass on a $56,000 matching grant from the Texas Historical Commission for an architectural survey of the downtown area amid a dispute over whether historic preservation would lead to new investments.
- Judge: Family of Mexican teen shot by agent can sue Updated: Jul-10-15 12:52 am
TUCSON, Arizona - The mother of a Mexican teen killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in a cross-border shooting can continue a lawsuit in the case, a federal judge has ruled.