By Uriel J. García, The Texas Tribune Editor’s note: This story contains explicit language. EL PASO — Soon after a Border Patrol van dropped off Albeleis Arteaga, his wife and 4-month-old baby downtown on a recent Monday evening, it began to rain. Arteaga and his family didn’t know where to go, so they joined dozens of other migrants, most of them fellow Venezuelans, who have been sleeping outdoors next to a charter bus station.
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 20 2022 - 2:06pm
Written by El Paso Matters on Aug 3 2020 - 8:33am
By Joe Moody, Special for El Paso Matters There isn’t an El Pasoan anywhere who can’t tell you where they were and how they felt on Aug. 3, 2019, after the massacre at the Cielo Vista Walmart. I was at church preparing for a retreat, discussing community and how to reflect love within it. I’ll never forget the surreal disconnect -- amid the Good News came the bad news, the worst news, the unimaginable that was somehow real and right here in our hometown. But I’ll also never forget April 26, 2020.
Written by Texas Tribune on Feb 16 2017 - 4:26pm
Immigration officials arrested an El Paso woman who alleged she was a victim of domestic abuse, according to multiple reports.
Written by Andrew Delgado on Jan 11 2012 - 12:17pm
When I went home to El Paso during the holidays, I used my iPhone to take this video of Aunt Rachel "Nana" Lozoya showing me how she makes her homemade enchiladas. The recipe is in the video and also at the bottom of this story.