• October 22, 2020

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.

Mug shot of off-duty Temple PD officer released; Arrested Tuesday

Two days after he was arrested by El  Paso Police, the mug shot of off-duty Temple (Tx) Police Officer Kenneth Lee Sheka was released by officials. Sheka was arrested Tuesday, September 8th, after allegedly firing a gun inside the Chase Suites Hotel, located at 6791 Montana. Sheka was attending the Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas […]Read More

Woman dies after being struck by mail truck

A 91-year-old woman struck by a mail truck in Downtown El Paso Wednesday, died as a of her injuries. Police say Susana Nunez-Figueroa was crossing the street, in a marked crosswalk, at 100 North Oregon, when she was struck by a mail truck. Officials identify the driver as 29-year-old William Grizzard. The investigation by Special […]Read More

City Street Department, EPWU Crews join forces to combat weeds

As a result of this year’s rainy season, weeds have begun sprouting up all over our region. In order to keep El Paso looking beautiful, the City of El Paso Streets and Maintenance Department has partnered with El Paso Water Utilities to extend the cleanup efforts of each organization. Maintenance crews for both organizations will […]Read More

UTEP Cross Country set to host only home meet Friday

The UTEP cross country team will host the Lori Fitzgerald Classic on Friday afternoon at the Chamizal Memorial National Park at 5 p.m.; this will be the Miners only home meet of the season. The Orange and Blue will host Eastern New Mexico, New Mexico State and El Paso Community College. Both men and women […]Read More

EP Zoo set to host Elephant Festival this weekend

The El Paso Zoo will be hosting its annual Elephant Festival Saturday, Sept. 12 and Sunday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. featuring the Zoo’s own Asian elephants, Savannah and Juno. Bring your herd to join the stampede celebrating Savannah and Juno at the El Paso Zoo’s Elephant Festival! Party with the pachyderms […]Read More

Borderland native Holguin returns to anchor evening newscasts

Starting September 14th, Robert Holguin joins Erika Castillo to anchor the Emmy Award Winning KFOX14 News at Five and KFOX14 News at Nine. When asked what he enjoys about coming home, Holguin says, “From the death of Michael Jackson to SuperStorm Sandy, I’ve been lucky enough to report on some of the biggest breaking news […]Read More

Grizzlies grill Chihuahuas 9 to 1 in Game 1 of

The first playoff game in El Paso Chihuahuas’ history did not go as the club hoped, as the Fresno Grizzlies won Game 1 of the Pacific Conference finals 9-1 Wednesday. El Paso’s lone run came on a solo home run by Will Middlebrooks in the fifth inning. Fresno went ahead 1-0 in the bottom of […]Read More