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Bipartisan Fair Tribal Gaming Bill Supports Tribal Communities

April 9, 2021

A bipartisan Fair Tribal Gaming Bill is introducing by two members of the U.S. Congress representing a county in hopes will level the playing field for electronic gaming in tribal communities. ...Read More



TTUHSC and the Care Van Program Gets a Gift from CFT

March 23, 2021

TTUHSC (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center), El Paso and The Caring Foundation of Texas (CFT) announcing a partnership. They will team up to help give underserved communities in the El Paso area access to preventive...Read More



Biden Says the Lone Star State Shouldn’t Lift COVID-19 Restrictions

March 4, 2021

President Joe Biden took a swipe which is a rightful characterization at Republican governors in Texas and another Southern state on Wednesday. He ridiculously accused the...Read More



The Lone Star State Seized More Than $100K in Counterfeit NFL

February 12, 2021

The Lone Star Special agents with Homeland Security Investigations and Customs Border Protection officers have to seize more than 200 counterfeit sports-related items worth estimated merchandise which is at a suggested r...Read More



Migrant Surge Triggers a Need for Federal Assistance Amid Pandemic

January 25, 2021

A possible migrant surge may occur in the city of El Paso, Texas. The city is working with federal partners to prepare for a possible migrant surge during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...Read More



Children’s Hospital Foundation Gets Money to Address Diabetes

January 6, 2021

Children's Hospital Foundation in El Paso, Texas, gets money from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas for the past three years. This is to help increase access to care for children living with Type 1 diabetes. This is accordi...Read More



Food Banks may be Less Equipped to Help Households in the New Year

December 9, 2020

Food banks across the state of Texas are saying there will be food shortages in the coming months. This is due to the end of three key federal and state programs. This has helped them to respond to the top demand during the C...Read More



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



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