Jul, 31

Man arrested in shooting death of wife in East El Paso

Police arrested a 25-year-old man in connection with the slaying of his wife in their East Side home Thursday night, officials said Friday.

Jul, 31

Deposition by UMC’s Valenti angers Children’s doctors

A recent declaration by University Medical Center of El Paso CEO Jim Valenti under oath has infuriated doctors at El Paso Children’s Hospital and other pediatric specialists in the community.

Jul, 31

Police respond to fatality involving motorcyclist (UPDATE)

Update: A portion of Interstate 10 West near Zaragoza Road will remain closed for up to three hours after a motorcyclist died this morning in a collision involving two other vehicles, officials said.

Jul, 31

‘Bless Me, Ultima’ is a story of faith vs. evil, never of satanism

The Times is publishing guest essays on Rudolfo Anaya’s classic novel “Bless Me, Ultima” as part of the El Paso Public Library’s citywide El Paso Reads literacy campaign.

Jul, 31

Kids-N-Co.,’Aladdin’ fly into Plaza Theatre

The historic Plaza Theatre will be transformed into “A Whole New World” on Saturday as Kids-N-Co., the nonprofit El Paso theater company for children and young adults, presents its production of the popular Disney musical “Aladdin.”

Jul, 31

Chihuahuas earn 5-1 win with solid pitching, timely hitting

After two frustrating losses to open up an eight-game homestand, the El Paso Chihuahuas rebounded nicely on Thursday night with an 5-1 win vs.

Jul, 31

Iron Knights: New commander happy at Fort Bliss

A new battalion commander with the Combat Aviation Brigade is happy to have landed at Fort Bliss and is thrilled with his new job.

Jul, 31

Dallas lawyer, El Paso native shares road to success

Dallas lawyer and El Paso native Rosa Orenstein wants future law students to know the only limits there are to success are self imposed.