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Incarcerated enlisted to work in the county morgue

November 17, 2020

Incarcerated Prison Inmates are There to Assist with the Dying in the Morgues Incarcerated prison inmates are assisting with the overflow of bodies. They are awai...Read More



Residents Have to Stay Home as Part of Curfew to Stem the COVID-19 Surge

October 29, 2020

Residents of El Paso, Texas have to stay home for two weeks as a judge has issued a mandatory curfew. This is due to the rise of new Corona Virus cases. Resident...Read More



Students with Special Needs are Challenged by Remote Learning

October 12, 2020

Students with Autism, Learning Disabilities Struggling EL PASO, TX: Students with special needs are falling behind in school this year. This is information i...Read More



Children Killed From A High-Speed Car Crash Mourned

September 22, 2020

EL PASO, TX - The effects that come from surviving a car crash are beyond scarring. There's a sense of guilt that overcomes you, even if you didn't cause the accident. Suddenly, all the events leading up to the collision make...Read More



Red Sands: Party Goers Cause Major Disruptions

September 1, 2020

Red Sands, TX - The area hosts thousands of people per year. With the current pandemic, many are looking to get out, but with no proper guidance of authorities, many regulars are feeling that people might be partying too much...Read More



Bullfighter Celebrates 102nd Birthday

July 27, 2020

El Paso, TX - Famous bullfighter Magdaleno Lopez celebrates his 102nd birthday in El Paso surrounded by family. Mariachi bands could be heard from surrounding...Read More



COVID-19 Cases Up To 6,000 In El Paso

July 1, 2020

El Paso, TX - COVID-19 reports have surged in the city. With the opening of the city comes the unfortunate side effect of increasing COVID-19 cases. El Paso ha...Read More



Orlando Airport Sees Limited Travelers

May 26, 2020

Orlando International Airport has made some large cuts to its future plans. From the developing South Terminal to major lay-offs, the airport is currently experiencing massive deficits. ...Read More



Walmart Shooting Victim Dies 9 Months On

April 28, 2020

Last August, an act of violence rocked the El Paso community. A shooter traveled into the city on a vicious, racist mission. It brought him to a Walmart location where he opened fire on those inside. Now, 9 months later, the ...Read More



N95 Mask Filtration Exceeded By Nurse’s Design

April 21, 2020

In the fight against covid-19, healthcare workers face a daily onslaught of potential infection. In order to protect themselves, they utilize personal protective equipment consisting of gowns, gloves, and the all-important ma...Read More



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