Thousands came out in El Paso to speak power against violence, hatred and racism. Photos and video from Steven Zimmerman and Tim Schumann.
By Steven Zimmerman EL PASO, TEXAS – Today the Border Network for Human Rights held their Walk for Our Lives to Defend Life, Inclusion, and Dignity of Immigrant Working Communities. […]
More openings are set to happen throughout El Paso County. Find out what’s coming!
I absolutely love body art. Tattoos, scarification, even the brand I have – yes, I’ve been branded. So, when I found Golden Goose Tattoo’s, I just had to share it with you.
Ever had money you couldn’t spend? Nancy Gomez, of El Paso, Texas, has a $20 bill that, though real, is unspendable.
So much help was promised to Americans when the country first shut down in mid-March. Not just help from the government by way of stimulus payments, but from the utility companies who promised to work with their customers while so many were unable to earn money. For one small business owner here in El Paso, help is nowhere to be found.
At today’s Safely Open Texas Rally the El Paso Police Department has shown they will enable noncompliance with municipal laws as enacted by the City of El Paso.
The City of El Paso simply does not have answers when it comes to COVID-19 recoveries in San Elizario, Texas.
Since journalists and reporters are considered essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, I am going to bring you a photo spread of something I find interesting in, and around, El Paso County each week. I know you can’t get out and see the world. I’ll bring the world to you. Here is Around El Paso County I.
An employee of the Post Office on Boeing has tested positive for COVID-19. It is not believed the employee has had contact with customers before the diagnosis.
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