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About: el paso, texas

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
Athens play to feature story of first black West Point graduate

The Athens-Clarke County Library will present a one-act play about the first African American graduate of West Point, Lt. Henry O. Flipper.

Canutillo woman pleads guilty in cocaine case

A Canutillo woman pleaded guilty in connection with nine pounds of cocaine seized at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint. Police are trying to find out information about a man who has allegedly taken photos of women in the restroom at three stores.

Where to celebrate Margarita Day in El Paso

Los Bandidos de Carlos & Mickey's, known for its 42-ounce margaritas, is among several El Paso hot spots where you can find the cool drink on National Margarita Day. Tony Nassri, manager of Los Bandidos de Carlos & Mickey's, says it's Margarita Day every day at the popular restaurant.


State Rep. Mary Gonzalez, State Rep. Charles "Doc" Anderson, District 56 and State Rep. Joe Moody listen to Plains Cotton Growers, Inc., Vice President of Operations Kody Bessent as he addressed the panel Wednesday morning at the Texas A&M Agrilife Research Center. The committee is in El Paso to address concerns from area farmers on the early detection of of exotic invasive organisms that could threaten agricultural crops such as cotton.

Licon Dairy owner remembered as humble man

El Paso County's Licon Dairy founder leaves strong legacy with cheese factory, petting zoo and fishing pond that generations fondly remember. The heart of San Elizario is having a two-day festival in honor of Valentine's Day.

Tortilla Bible 'Tacos of Texas' Is Becoming a Digital Documentary Series

Taco journalists Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece are turning their taco expertise into a new digital documentary series. Tacos of Texas , based on their book of the same name , will explore all facets of tacos in the Lone Star state, from taco gentrification to tortillas, according to the release, as well as connect with the immigrants keeping taco traditions alive in America.

Donna the Buffalo On Tour, New Album In The Works With Producer Rob Fraboni

Donna the Buffalo is joining forces with legendary Producer/ Engineer Rob Fraboni to record their next album February 2018 at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, TX. It is one of the world's largest residential recording studios and is built around an 80-year-old hacienda and pecan orchard right along the border.

Mom who took dead baby to Juarez goes before a judge

A mom arrested in connection with taking her already dead baby to a JuA rez hospital appeared Tuesday at a bond hearing before a magistrate judge. Police are trying to find out information about a man who has allegedly taken photos of women in the restroom at three stores.

Kern Place patrons might have to pay to park

The city is considering creating a parking-benefit district for the UTEP and Cincinnati Avenue area that includes parking meters. Installation of the columns for the signature Sun City Lights archway in the Kern Place corridor were installed Tuesday.

Wading the Rio Grande to a New, Undocumented, Life

As the U.S. Congress continues to funding a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, a 2010 border fence separating El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico has already made it harder for illegal immigrants to enter the U.S. When Jesus Sanchez came to the U.S. almost 30 years ago, it was just a matter of wading across the Rio Grande River.

Sustainable Development Update - February 2018 #2

GreenBiz - Feb 7 Companies that are serious about reaching aggressive emission-reduction targets are increasingly turning to green bonds, and in some cases an internal carbon tax, to pay for energy and water efficiency upgrades and renewable energy projects, according to experts who appeared at the GreenBiz 18 conference last week. In a recent example, Apple issued green bonds on two occasions.

Early voting for March 6 primary starts Tuesday

As of Monday, El Paso County had nearly 440,000 registered voters. That's about 39,000 more than during the February 2016 primary elections.

Have you seen these El Paso fugitives?

The 10 most wanted fugitives sought by El Paso Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff's Office for the week of Feb. 18, 2018. A weekly list of the 10 most-wanted fugitives sought by the El Paso Police Department and El Paso County Sheriff's Office.

Jail, flooding top issues in county judge race

Former El Paso Mayor John Cook has announced he'll run for county judge next year. The four-year position is the top executive in county government.

Victor Ortiz Not Happy With Draw: I Did Enough To Win

Former world champions Victor Ortiz and Devon Alexander fought to majority draw in the exciting main event of Premier Boxing Champions on FOX and FOX Deportes Saturday night from Don Haskins Center on the UTEP campus in El Paso, Texas. Ortiz believed that he had done enough over the 12 rounds to earn the decision.

Austin Trout wins on Saturday in El Paso, TX

Riding a two fight losing streak coming into his fight on Saturday, Austin Trout needed a win and he delivered on Saturday night in the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas. Trout would go the distance with his opponent, Juan De Angel of Columbia, but Trout would control the fight.

Photos: Victor Ortiz, Devon Alexander - Ready For Do or Die Bout

Former world champions Victor Ortiz and Devon Alexander went face to face Friday one days before they enter the ring for their Premier Boxing Champions on FOX and FOX Deportes main event showdown this Saturday, February 17 from Don Haskins Center on the UTEP campus in El Paso, Texas. Photos by Ruben Ramirez.

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