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Mexican soldiers accused of torture, execution, rape after Juárez teens' detention in 2009

A Mexico human rights commission investigation accuses soldiers in the torture, rape and killing involving three teenage boys in Juárez.

 

Is Texas in play in 2020? Democrats gaining in cities, but rural region is Trump country

Republicans say their get-out-the-vote ground game will keep Texas red in 2020. Democrats say the fast-growing cities and suburbs will turn the tide.

 

Fabens ISD closes doors for week due to spike in COVID-19 cases in El Paso County

The Fabens ISD is working with state personnel on training to administer COVID-19 rapid antigen tests.

 

Analysis: It's harder to vote in Texas than in any other state

Analysis: It's harder to vote in Texas than in any other state

 

Gov. Greg Abbott spends millions to help down-ballot Republicans in Texas

Gov. Greg Abbott spends millions to help down-ballot Republicans in Texas

 

Elective surgeries in El Paso, Hudspeth, Culberson counties on hold due to COVID-19

State officials informed leaders in El Paso, Hudspeth and Culberson counties that elective surgeries are on hold because of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

 

From Irvin to Globe Life Park, architect Ortiz lives the dream

From humble roots in the LBJ projects, Irvin grad fulfills life goal by designing World Series venue

 

Arrest of former Mexican defense minister General Salvador Cienfuegos shakes military

U.S. prosecutors allege Mexico's former defense minister Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos was protecting a drug cartel.

 

Juárez Mayor Armando Cabada, family test positive for COVID-19

It is the second time Juárez Mayor Armando Cabada tests positive for COVID-19 within six months.

 

El Paso bar adjusts hours in compliance with COVID-19 restrictions

El Rey Muerto in El Paso on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020. Restaurants are limited to take-out and drive-thru only after 9 p.m. because of COVID-19 rules.

 

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