Click on stories below to read KVIA coverage of the baseball stadium in Downtown El Paso and the efforts to bring a Triple-A baseball team to El Paso. Stories are from most recent to oldest.

Ballpark: Street Changes surrounding ballpark

Ballpark: Architecture Firm

Email shows Niland asked another city rep. not be given baseball stadium details

Cohen Stadium could become water adventure park

City Council buys buildings for new City Hall after heated discussion over alleged name-calling in emails

Townsend Allala: City Manager must resign; City Rep. calls allegations bizarre, false

Ghosts in the outfield? Insights Museum supposedly home to ghosts where ballpark will be built

Businesses come out in support of three bond propositions on ballot

El Paso businessman Woody Hunt discusses Medical Center of the Americas, improving city's quality of life

Mayor Cook further explains Proposition 3 after questions arise

Ballpark and bond language remain in spotlight

City says train tracks issues won't derail ballpark project

Union Pacific to provide engineering services for planned ballpark

Lawyer files criminal complaint against city manager

MountainStar Sports Group completes purchase of Tucson Triple-A team

Sale of Triple-A Padres to El Paso group not complete; announcement expected Thursday

Historic neighborhood braces for change as Downtown redevelopment moves forward

City's real estate consultant says membership in Paso Del Norte Group not conflict of interest

San Diego Padres renew player development deal with Triple-A team

MLB vice president visited El Paso, toured trauma center as part of vetting process to buy Triple-A team

Petitioners hope to stop baseball plan

Next steps to baseball stadium

Mayor decides not to veto City Council's baseball stadium vote

Mayor Cook's statement on not vetoing City Council decision