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Places Where Your Work Is Worth Less The job market has been steadily improving during the past year, with the unemployment rate falling to 7% as of November. Economists are estimating that an average of 189,000 jobs will be created monthly in 2014.
A deputy driving south on North Curtis Road saw Stanley walking along the roadway, according to a sheriff's office release The deputy stopped to talk to Stanley, who made statements that prompted an investigation into the welfare of a second party.
Department of Education will not investigate potential civil rights violations from cheating at El Paso Independent School District in Texas...Rep. Beto O'Rourke that the department cannot take any action because violations occurred prior to the last
Some issues concerning hazard-tree removal along county property in the Black Forest were ironed out Tuesday at a work session, but questions remain for El Paso County commissioners before a contractor is signed on to do the work. Outspoken Black
45 p.m., deputies stopped a grey Toyota Camry on Gateway West and Chito Samaniego Drive. The driver fled and a chase began, said Mariano Valle, a spokesman for the El Paso County Sheriff's Office. The chase ended when the driver of the car ran a red
The Texas Libertarian Party has assembled an impressively large slate of candidates to run in the 2014 election, including several in El Paso. The slate doesn't appear on the Texas Secretary of State's listing of candidates, but the Libertarian
About 20 county employees who worked out of the West Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Department Downtown field office at 425 N. Kansas St. had to be temporarily relocated to other county offices in September. The county leases the office
District Court claiming that a caseworker's demand to take pictures of a girl's naked buttocks to prove a crime was akin to child abuse itself. The family has also asked Colorado Attorney General John Suthers to explain whether Colorado statute
Sunday, in front of more than 100 supporters, friends and family members at a pancake breakfast, Holguin formally declared himself a candidate for county judge. He is the third now to seek the post in the Democratic Party primary, which will be held
The soldier's defense rests partly on the fact he and his identical twin brother have virtually the same DNA, an attempt to undercut authorities' allegations that the DNA from the crime scenes belongs to the soldier. The defendant, Aaron Gregory