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This week's headlines were dominated by the city's audit of the gasoline use by city representatives, the climate charter scheduled for a vote on May 6 and the lifting of Title 42.
This week's headlines were dominated by early voting for the May 6 election, Proposition K, Estela Casas, Title 42, and the abrupt firing of Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon.
This week's headlines were led by the arrest and indictment of Donald J. Trump at the national level. Locally, Proposition K continued to make headlines. This was followed by the tax appraisals landing on taxpayer mailboxes and the elections plans of two county commissioners.
This week's headlines were dominated by the climate charter (Proposition K), the Texas Observer and the Texas trooper chase into Mexico.
This week's headlines were about the appointment of Cary Westin as the interim city manager and Paso del Sur asking county commissioners to purchase the city-owned properties in Duranguito. Castner Range also made headlines and Proposition K is becoming controversial.
This week's headlines were dominated by Richard Wiles announcing his retirement and new information released by the city regarding the charge of harassment against Joe Molinar.
The El Paso news headlines for the week of March 3, 2023 was dominated by the firing of the city's second city manager, Tommy Gonzalez.
This week's headlines were about the Cielo Vista shooting. Here are the latest details.
In this week's headline new we heard about Patrick Crusius pleading guilty, we heard about the former ICE agent who went to jail for bribery and we took a look at a former El Pasoan from a prominent family facing murder charges in a Las Vega courtroom.
In the latest Week In Review we look at the two Code of Conduct complaints filed against Alexsandra Annello, controversial attorney Roger Rodriguez and the abortion issue at city council this week.
In the latest Week In Review we look at the latest news coming out the courtroom in the Walmart killings. We also look at a recent arrest and the latest in the political saga of Ticketgate.
In our latest El Paso News Week-In-Review we cover the death of El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen and New Your City mayor, Eric Adams' visit to El Paso. We also look into Joe Pickett, Patrick Wood Crusius and Abner Tinoco.
Welcome to the El Paso News Week In Review podcast for January 13, 2023. In this episode we look at the arrest of two public officials and Biden's visit to the border.
Welcome to this week's episode of the El Paso News Week In Review for January 6, 2023.
Welcome to our first episode of the El Paso News podcast. In this episode we explore the news that made headlines in 2022. We hope you enjoy our new format for delivering the news and information that is important to you. Don't forget to visit our website at https://elpasonews.org for more features and information.
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