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The Associated Press 5/21/13 El Paso, Texas- Military officials have identified the third Fort Bliss soldier killed recently in Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device.
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CBS7 News 5/21/13 EL PASO, Texas -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations officers working at the El Paso port of entry seized 207 pounds of marijuana Monday.
El Paso police arrested a man they said stabbed a woman in the leg Tuesday morning.
"Bordertown" is a movie inspired by the murders of the women of Juarez in Mexico.
More than a dozen fire crews from DoA a Ana County and across the state line in El Paso are working to keep a brush fire near Santa Teresa from spreading as the wind carries embers in El Paso's Upper Valley.
A state district judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed against City Manager Joyce Wilson and city Reps.
El Paso County Commissioners Court on Monday banned the sale and use of aerial fireworks in all unincorporated areas in the county as the drought index in El Paso is the highest in Texas.
El Paso county commissioners Monday banned some aerial fireworks known as sticks and fins in the unincorporated areas of the county due to the severe drought in the borderland.
A bill that would have granted the county power to zone land around the Tornillo Port of Entry likely is doomed, El Paso legislators said last week.
A former U. S. Customs Service inspector accused of visa fraud is blaming a Juarez dentist for allegedly getting him involved in document fraud, according to court documents.
Veronica Cabada hugs Alondra Lucio, who is 33 weeks pregnant with the child of Cabada's late son, Johann Sebastian Cabada.
Michelle Garcia, 19, left, starts out in the 5k run during the 7th Annual Braden Aboud Memorial Walk-Run at Zach Whit School Sunday.
Angelina Jolie in a 2012 Associated Press file photo. Last week, the actress announced that she had undergone a double mastectomy because of her extreme genetic risk of cancer.
Residents of a North Texas town ravaged by a deadly tornado are starting to return to home for the first time since the midweek storm.
Cindy Esparza received her masters degree Saturday in Instructional Specialist in Science from UTEP.
He said he once found a toaster among the stuff donated to a shelter he helped run in Juarez, plugged it in and relished a piece of toast, only to later feel guilty about enjoying a perk we take for granted while so many other people simply do without.