Here’s a question you should ask your candidates for public office: If you are elected, will the City use the
The El Paso Times today reports on a debate among three of the mayoral candidates, sponsored by everyone’s favorite higher-tax
I’m not against change. Change is the natural state of the universe. Change is as inevitable as gravity. Or friction.
I still have some questions about that Multipurpose Performing Arts Center. Like where and when to build it. I know
Here’s a breakdown of El Paso County’s population change for the year ending July 1, 2016, courtesy U.S. Census Bureau
El Chuqueño doesn’t endorse candidates. We’ve had our hearts broken too many times. But anyone who says they can build
but it hasn’t hit the ground yet. The El Paso Times reports this morning that Mayor Oscar Leeser vetoed the
Four years ago today, El Paso Police Officer Jose Flores shot and killed handcuffed prisoner Daniel Saenz in the sallyport
Next Monday, perennial Mexican presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador will visit El Paso courting the vote of Mexican expatriates.
In an announcement that only surprised the members of City Council, City Staff yesterday revealed that the streets in El