• April 21, 2021

Staff Report

Staff Reports are just that, Staff Reporting the news. No skew, no opinion just the news. We pride ourselves on making sure that we bring you the news as soon as it is published, submitted or sent to us. No need to have a reporter rewrite or give their opinion. The facts or information, nothing more.

Socorro ISD selected to participate in National Initiative to address

Socorro Independent School District announced Wednesday that the district will join Digital Promise and its Center for Inclusive Innovation in an equity-centered R&D initiative to tackle on-the-ground adolescent writing challenges, supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. “We are honored to collaborate with Digital Promise in this innovative initiative that will enable Team SISD […]Read More

Fort Bliss still seeking leads in the search for Pvt.

Wednesday afternoon, Fort Bliss officials provided an update on the search for Pvt. Richard Halliday. “CID Special Agents have aggressively pursued all available and credible leads in the search for Pvt. Richard Halliday, and continue to do so. We have, and continue to, work closely with numerous law enforcement agencies as well as the U.S. […]Read More

C-USA names UTEP’s Maribel Caicedo Female Track Athlete of the

DALLAS – UTEP track and field’s Maribel Caicedo notched a pair of victories on April 17 at the Roadrunner Invitational as the sophomore sensation was named the Conference USA Female Track Athlete of the Week by league officials on Wednesday. Caicedo won her first 100-meter hurdles of the outdoor season and first since 2019 after clocking […]Read More

TFCU announces lobbies will reopen with guidelines, limited capacity

As COVID-19 numbers continue to decline in El Paso, officials with TFCU announced Wednesday that their lobbies will reopen on May 10, 2021. “TFCU will follow all CDC guidelines and sanitizing protocols within their branches,” credit union officials said. “However, appointments are highly encouraged, as those that have scheduled an appointment will take priority over […]Read More

FBI warns cyber criminals using fake job listings to target

On Wednesday, officials with the El Paso FBI office warned resident of a new twist to get personal information: fake job listings. “Fake Job or Employment Scams occur when criminal actors deceive victims into believing they have a job or a potential job,” Bureau officials shared. “Criminals leverage their position as “employers” to persuade victims […]Read More

Money Trees is #1 searched TikTok song in Texas

As the age of technology advances and a new generation seems to have grown into maturity overnight, TikTok has quickly taken the world by storm. From turning new songs into instant classics to giving old chart-toppers new life, TikTok creates music trends. Researchers with AT&T Experts set out to determine what popular TikTok songs people […]Read More

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Wednesday Covid-19 Update: 35.5% Fully/57.3% Partially Vaccinated residents; 132,892 Total

This story will be updated as new information arrives from area government offices, school districts, and other organizations regarding their Coronavirus (COVID-19) preparations and guidelines. City Resources & FAQ  |   Direct link to ALL city closures  |  Department of Health Information site ***(4/21/2021) VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) 576,228 administered | 35.5% fully […]Read More