The City and County of El Paso is expanding the number of testing sites, for a limited time only. If you have any symptoms, or are in a high risk group, please get tested.
Within the community, COVID recoveries are on the rise. In our correctional facilities, numbers are on the rise.
This week’s story all started with a question, from a reader, about holy water.
“I go to a church that doesn’t have any holy water, and my boyfriend goes to a Catholic church that does have holy water. Why do some of them use holy water and others not? My church says the water is like an idol and we don’t worship idols.
Be incredibly careful who you buy a car from. Too many individuals will fraudulently provide you with a deal plate and a promise of a clean title when the opposite is true.
Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care, who seeks to change lives through simple acts of kindness, needs your help in meeting the needs of a hungry community.
I apologize as today’s numbers include a spike in new cases and deaths. The good news? We do have a family that has recovered from COVID-19!
It’s Dig In for the week ending May 8, 2020. Why not sit back and watch as we talk about this week’s event’s, Mother’s Day and graduation.
Bishop Mark Seitz of the Catholic Diocese of El Paso has announced a phased plan to reopen Churches within the Diocese.
Both recoveries and deaths have risen – as has the number of newly diagnosed cases. Still, I urge you all to focus on the positive, on the recoveries.
COVID testing is coming to our area and the outlying municipalities. We tell you when, where and how to get tested.
Did you notice the increase in ICU beds? At first, I didn’t even notice it. We’ve spoken to medical professionals and discovered why the bed count has gone up.