Kalley Huang, El Paso Times

Kalley Huang

El Paso Times

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Kalley:

EPISD property tax increases; board of trustees delays $242 million bond

Property taxes will increase almost 5% this upcoming year for EPISD households in order to raise $218 million for a 2016 bond project. → Read More

Woman who fell from Sunland Park border wall leaves behind three girls, distraught family

Family members described Maria Cristina Vargas Espinosa, 38, as a mother of 3 girls who sought better opportunities in US before she died in the attempt → Read More

Woman who died after apparently falling from border fence identified

El Paso County Medical Examiner identified the woman who apparently died after a fall from the border fence near Sunland Park, New Mexico. → Read More

'Something I’ll think about forever': Trauma surgeons recall Walmart shooting, aftermath

On Aug. 3, 2019, trauma surgeons had minutes to prepare for victims of the Walmart mass shooting. But the aftermath reverberated far beyond that day. → Read More

Bishop Seitz announces commission on race, equity, honoring Walmart mass shooting victims

Joined by Mayor Dee Margo, County Judge Ricardo Samaniego and Pastor Michael Grady, the bishop said the panel will honor victims of the mass shooting. → Read More

'We don't forget': El Paso begins Walmart shooting commemorations with downtown Luminaria Walk

One year later, El Paso comes together to commemorate the lives of those lost at the Aug. 3 Walmart shooting. → Read More

US Rep. Veronica Escobar urges action against gun violence as shooting anniversary looms

U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar urges lawmakers to act against gun violence as El Paso approaches the one-year anniversary of the Walmart shooting. → Read More

Woman who died after apparently falling from border fence identified as Mexican national

The Mexican Consulate and El Paso County Medical Examiner will now collaborate to positively identify the woman and attempt to notify next of kin. → Read More

El Paso County sues President Trump for trying to exclude undocumented immigrants from census

El Paso County has joined a lawsuit against the President's attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census count. → Read More

El Paso State Rep. César Blanco plans to file “Vanessa Guillén Act”

The El Paso Democrat said Vanessa Guillén 'tragically lost her life because the military and its culture failed her.' → Read More

El Paso food banks change distribution model after National Guard departs

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger faces a volunteer shortage after the National Guard departed at the beginning of July. → Read More

El Paso food banks change distribution model after National Guard departs

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger faces a volunteer shortage after the National Guard departed at the beginning of July. → Read More

El Paso-area hospitals approach capacity, brace for additional COVID-19 surges

State data show that close to 80% of staffed hospital beds in the El Paso area are occupied. → Read More

New Mexico closes state parks due to pandemic, will turn away all out-of-state visitors

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has amended an executive order that will close all state parks to out-of-state residents beginning Monday. → Read More

UTEP to work with international students to meet ICE's F-1 visa rule to avoid deportation

UTEP said it will work with its 1,400 international students to ensure their course schedules meet ICE's new visa requirements. → Read More

Borderland business leaders: Trade deal provides needed economic certainty during COVID-19

The new North American trade deal takes full effect Wednesday. Borderland business leaders say that it will aid in economic recovery. → Read More

El Paso bar owners shocked by Gov. Greg Abbott order to close all bars, one vows to stay open

Gov. Greg Abbott ordered all bars to close again Friday to curb the spread of COVID-19 and bar owners were shocked by the move, with one vowing to stay open. → Read More

El Paso advocate: Supreme Court decision spells trouble for asylum seekers

Advocates say that a Supreme Court decision will strip away legal protections for migrants, particularly those apprehended or detained at the border. → Read More

Senior Fund delivers 1,000th senior care kit with supplies for vulnerable elderly

The delivery provides essential hygienic supplies that at-risk local seniors might not otherwise be able to access. → Read More

Voting in pandemic: El Paso primary runoff saw face masks, cotton swabs, social distancing

The primary runoff election in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic was unlike any other in El Paso history. → Read More