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The city of El Paso is across the border from Mexico's Ciudad Juarez. The two cities form a combined international metropolitan area that is sometimes referred to as the Juarez-El Paso. Over the years, many famous movies have been filmed in the area, including No Country for Old Men and Kill Bill.

Population: 665055
Local Newspapers: El Paso Times
Local Sports Teams: UTEP Miners
Local Colleges: University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Park University Webster University

Zip Codes associated with el paso, texas: 79901 79902 79903 79904 79905 79906 79907 79908 79912 79915 79922 79924 79925 79927 79930 79932 79935 79936 79938
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El Paso News
Dual art exhibition explores borderland icons, symbols

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Brownsville Museum of Fine Art will host a dual exhibition beginning this week titled "Icons & Symbols of the Borderland," a collection created by the JUNTOS Art Association and first shown in El Paso. The first opening reception will take place from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at the UTRGV Rustenberg Gallery, and the second is from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art.

El Paso shows unity during Women's March

About 500 women and men, of all ages, joined together for El Paso's take on the national Women's March event About 500 women and men, of all ages, walk along North Oregon Street on their way to San Jacinto Plaza Downtown as part of El Paso's take on the Women's March, a national grassroots effort now in its second year. About 500 women and men, of all ages, joined together for El Paso's take on the Women's March, a national grassroots effort now in its second year.

Same-sex active-duty couple marries at West Point

Two Army captains who met at West Point have returned there to be married, in what is believed to be the first same-sex marriage of active-duty personnel at the storied New York military academy. The New York Times reports Captains Daniel Hall and Vincent Franchino were married on Jan. 13. They're both Apache helicopter pilots stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas.

Alexander: If Victor Ortiz Lasts Seven Rounds - I'll Be Surprised

On February 17th, former welterweight champions Victor Ortiz and Devon Alexander will collide in a crossroads fight in a main event bout, as part of a Premier Boxing Champions card on FOX. The event will be held at the Don Haskins Center on the UTEP campus in El Paso, Texas with televised coverage starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

2 arrested in Kush marijuana raid in Northeast

El Paso County sheriff's deputies arrested two men after Kush marijuana was seized during a raid at a Northeast home. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinds an Obama-era policy that allowed legal marijuana to flourish in states across the country.

Pope: Femicides in Latin America a scourge that must stop

Pope Francis denounced femicides and other gender-based crimes that have turned Latin America into the most violent place on Earth for women, calling Saturday for legislation to protect them and a new cultural mindset as he visited one of Peru's most dangerous parts. At a Marian prayer in the northern seaside city of Trujillo, Francis called women, mothers and grandmothers the guiding force for families.

Man arrested in Friday night SWAT standoff

A man was arrested on suspicion of aggravated sexual assault of a child after a more than two-hour SWAT standoff in Northeast El Paso, officials said. Anyone with information on the profiled fugitives may call 566-8477.

Trump's Worst Nightmare: A Cross-Border, US-Mexico Bikeshare

As the debate about President Donald Trump's long-promised wall along the U.S. Mexico border drags on, plans for an entirely different kind of infrastructure project are also proceeding: The cities of El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad JuA rez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua are considering a scheme to build an integrated binational bikeshare system between the two cities. The initiative, proposed by El Paso's Metropolitan Planning Organization more than a year ago , was presented at the Transportation Research Board in Washington D.C. on January 7. The project has an estimated $1 million budget, most of which would be used to construct bicycle lanes and equipment on the JuA rez side, and it could open as soon as autumn 2018.


The University of Texas Health Rio Grande Valley has committed to opening and operating a health clinic for a minimum of five years.

GE Power signs $330 million service contract for Mexican power...

GE Power of Schenectady has signed a 25-year, $330 million maintenance services contract with the owners of a new 907 megawatt power plant called Norte III being built in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, just south of El Paso, Texas. The plant will power more than 500,000 houses in Mexico and was recently acquired by Macquarie Capital and Techint Engineering and Construction.

Lawyer: ICE unjustly holding award-winning Mexican reporter

Advocates for an award-winning journalist trying to win asylum in the United States because he says he received death threats in Mexico accused U.S. immigration officials Friday of unjustly detaining him based on a disputed 1999 incident. An attorney for Emilio Gutierrez Soto said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are trying to discredit the journalist, who in October accepted the John Aubuchon Press Freedom Award from the National Press Club in Washington on behalf of Mexico's journalists.

Lawyer: ICE unjustly holding award-winning Mexican reporter

This Oct. 4, 2017, file photo provided by the National Press Club shows Mexican journalist Emilio Gutierrez Soto. Advocates for the award-winning journalist trying to win asylum in the United States because he says he received death threats in Mexico accused U.S. immigration officials Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, of unjustly holding him in detention based on a disputed 1999 incident.

Get Neon Desert Music Festival VIP tickets now

Fans of the annual West Texas festival, Neon Desert, can now purchase early-bird weekend passes, VIP and Platinum tickets. The festival will be Memorial weekend, May 26-27 in Downtown El Paso.

Advocates concerned veteran homelessness isn't a VA priority

Listening to opening statements at a House Veterans' Affairs subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill, Jan. 18, 2018, are, left to right, witnesses John F. Clancy, president and CEO of Tristate Veterans Community Alliance; Angela F. Williams, president and CEO of Easterseals, Inc.; Stephen Peck, president and CEO of U.S. VETS; and John W. Martin, development director of The Opportunity Center in El Paso, Texas. WASHINGTON - An attempt by the Department of Veterans Affairs late last year to reduce funding to a veterans housing program has created a lingering rift between the agency and veterans advocates.

Balloon Campaign lifts hopes for ill children

University Medical Center Foundation of El Paso Executive Director Dennece Knight, left, and Walmart's Jessica Cortez unveil a plaque Thursday at El Paso Children's Hospital thanking Walmart for raising more than $3 million for the Children's Miracle Network. Walmart Neighborhood Market No.

Pioneer Bank's 3 El Paso branches being sold

Pioneer Bank has agreed to sell its three El Paso branches to Western Heritage Bank, a small Las Cruces-based bank chain that opened its first El Paso branch last year, Western Heritage officials announced Thursday. Pioneer Bank, a small bank chain based in Roswell, N.M., will sell branches at 6068 Gateway East Blvd., near Geronimo Drive in Central El Paso; 2290 Trawood Drive in East El Paso; and 7015 N. Mesa St. in West El Paso.

El Paso man facing child porn charges in Do a Anaa

Luis Fernando Moreno, 38, made his initial appearance Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces on a criminal complaint charging him with producing and possessing child pornography. LAS CRUCES - An El Paso man has been charged with producing and possessing child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Mexico Luis Fernando Moreno, 38, made his initial appearance Thursday in federal court in Las Cruces on a criminal complaint charging him with producing and possessing child pornography.

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