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El Paso man killed in shooting during altercation on Dyer Street in the Northeast

El Paso police homicide detectives investigate a deadly shooting that killed a man.


April Fools Day joke leads to return of concerts to Sun Bowl stadium: Trish Long

UT regents banned concerts in their football stadiums in 1972. U2's 1992 Sun Bowl concert was the first at the stadium in 20 years.


Elecciones Guatemala: Bernardo Arévalo podría convertirse en una figura clave para Washington

Bernardo Arévalo surgió como el principal candidato presidencial de Guatemala; si gana podría rescatar la política fronteriza del Presidente Joe Biden.


Here's how the Ken Paxton impeachment has a connection to cocktails, Watergate and Jan. 6

The state representative from Corpus Christi who led the 1975 impeachment of a state judge is remembered more by his other legislative achievements.


Lt. Gov. Patrick selects former Houston jurist as his counsel for Paxton impeachment trial

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said in a news release Friday afternoon that he has been looking for the right person for the job for several months.


Law enforcement agencies team up in violent crime operation to keep El Paso safe

Violent crimes decreased throughout El Paso as area law enforcement teamed up and took to the streets.


Gunfire erupts as US Border Patrol agents apprehend migrants near border

U.S. Border Patrol agents and a group of migrants were shot at Thursday morning in Clint near the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said.


Body found in San Elizario canal area, El Paso sheriff deputies investigating

El Paso sheriff deputies are conducting an investigation after a body was found in a canal area in San Elizario.


'Something really bad was going on,' former Ken Paxton aide says in support of impeachment

A former Ken Paxton aide said the office spent significant resources in looking into now-indicted real estate developer Nate Paul's many matters.


El Paso passed a 'no-new revenue' city budget for 2024. Here's what else you need to know

The budget approved by the El Paso City Council this week is the first since 2015 to not include an increase in the city's property tax rate.


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