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On Veterans Day, a check-in with El Paso's homeless vets

As the nation honored its veterans with speeches, ceremonies and parades, NewsChannel 9 spoke with homeless veterans living at a small camp near the Rescue Mission of El Paso. Homeless, by their own choice, they told us.

Local volleyball teams fall in playoffs

The El Paso High Tigers and Coronado Thunderbirds have advanced to the Texas Regional Quarterfinals of the volleyball playoffs. Here is their playoff schedule: Tuesday, November 11 6A Regional Quarterfinals

Highlanders headed to the playoffs!

Bel Air High School is headed to the playoffs for the first time since 1998.  Big Red is pumped for this Bi-District round... tune in to hear from the Highlanders head coach, Tony Cervantes!

Miners welcome Jones back before game vs North Texas

UTEP (5-4, 3-2 Conference USA) returns to the Sun Bowl to host North Texas (3-6, 1-4 C-USA) on Centennial Weekend Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 8 p.m. MT.

Floyd Plans to Sign Three

UTEP Nation is about to grow by three. NCAA regulations prevent UTEP Coach Tim Floyd from discussing recruiting, but all signs indicate he will sign a trio of players when the early signing period begins November 12th.

Feds have new leverage in medicaid showdown

 

Rancho Del Sol residents fight back against new development

Members of the Rancho Del Sol neighborhood association spoke out at Tuesday's City Council meeting, saying a new housing unit to be built near their homes would lower their quality of life.

A Texas-Size COLD FRONT... Get Ready!

America's first significant cold front of the season is sweeping down the Central Plains and will dump some very cold air right into the heart of Texas.  The Borderland will also feel this very cold air.  Many cities, including El

15-year-old Texas cancer patient shot, killed

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Texas teacher suspended after racist Ferguson tweet

A Texas teacher has been "suspended without pay pending discharge" after accusations that she sent racially charged tweets about the incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, a representative for the Duncanville Independent School District sai

UTEP women's basketball radio moves to KROD

Miner IMG Sports has reached a deal with 600 ESPN El Paso, KROD-AM Radio to broadcast the majority of the UTEP women’s basketball team’s home and away games for the 2014-15 season, including the First Light Federal Credit Union &ldq

UTEP junior named College Performer of the Week

For the second consecutive week Autrey Golden was named the College Football Kick Returner Performer of the Week.

Feds have new leverage in Medicaid showdown

 

Car contest: Still in it to win it

Things are getting a little harder for two New Mexico residents competiting to win a new Dodge Dart. Randy Willig and Barbara Whitehead have been sitting inside the car inside a Hobbs dealership for 19 days.

It's time to lace up your sneakers for the 38th Annual YMCA Turkey Trot

As many prepare for Thanksgiving festivities, others are preparing for the 38th Annual Turkey Trot hosted by the YMCA of El Paso.