• May 25, 2022

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Guest Contributor: Dancing to Defy, Longing to Live Free

There’s a place in the world, just south of the United States border, that many talk about, but rarely go. A city that is a police state, plagued with what seems like a never-ending drug war, government corruption, and extreme poverty for as long as many people can remember.  This city is Ciudad Juárez. The […]Read More

DMD Asking for Downtown Holiday Stories, Mistletoe Pics for Chance

Downtown Management District (DMD) officials are inviting all El Pasoans to experience the holidays in the heart of the city. This year marks many holiday “firsts” for Downtown El Paso (DTEP). It’s the first year the new and improved San Jacinto Plaza will be lit for Christmas and the first year  the new “WinterFest” is […]Read More

Miner Athletic Kicks-Off End of the Year Giving Campaign with

The Miner Athletic Club encourages fans to make an end of the year donation to your Miner student-athletes today. UTEP Miner student-athletes have accomplished some pretty remarkable feats throughout the course of this year. On the field, in the classroom and throughout the community the student-athletes have represented this university and city with pride and […]Read More

TNTM: US Avengers #1 variant covers

Marvel News announces US Avengers #1 variants for each state The security of the Marvel Universe is fractured. The world’s first line of defense, S.H.I.E.L.D., can no longer be trusted. The United States no longer has a super-spy agency with its best interests at heart – until now. Prepare for the U.S. AVENGERS! They’re the team […]Read More

Texans fear Trump’s Highways Plan will Create more Toll Roads

The president-elect’s proposals to expand and fix up U.S. highways seem to be a recipe for ore toll roads. Texans from both parties hope to change that. Part of president-elect Donald Trump’s promise to create new jobs for Americans relies on a “deficit-neutral plan” to spend $1 trillion on public works projects, including hundreds of […]Read More

For Fifth Time, Lawmakers to Decide Ban on Texting while

Texas remains one of four states without a statewide ban on texting while driving, but Rep. Tom Craddick and Sen. Juddith Zaffirini plan to try again. James Shaffer used to be guilty of looking down at his phone while driving. He thinks about that now, just months after a distracted driver unlocked her phone and swerved […]Read More