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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

Local News + Statewide News

Miners squash Roadrunners in the Alamodome

The UTEP offense was on point, but the defense was the real story as the Miners ran past UTSA, 34-0, on Saturday night in the Alamodome.

4 children injured after car hits semi-truck near Fabens

El Paso Sheriff's Office investigators tell NewsChannel 9 four children were among those injured after a car crashed into the back of a semi-truck along Interstate 10.

Sun Bowl hosts HS Football Triple-Header

Saturday football at the Sun Bowl is normally reserved for the UTEP Miners but this Saturday it was host to a trio of games between EPISD schools and all of them with playoff implications.

TxDOT Ends Program That Converts Paved Roads to Gravel

The Texas Department of Transportation has ended its controversial program aimed at converting some badly damaged paved roads to gravel, more than a year after the launch of the initiative drew national attention to the agency's budget trou

Comeback Falls Short, NM State Loses to ‘Lopes

The New Mexico State volleyball team put itself in a 2-0 hole on Saturday afternoon but rallied to tie the match at two sets apiece versus Grand Canyon.

NMSU Men's Golf in 1st, UTEP 6th in Price’s Invitational

The New Mexico State men’s golf team is in first place after two rounds of play at the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Invite with a team-score of 543 (272-271) on the 7,327 yard, par-72 Butterfield Trail Golf Course in El

Extended Forecast

We have a dominating high pressure over our region, which is now slowly weakening as it shifts east away from the area.

In only debate, Alameel jabs Cornyn, to no avail

 

Holiday hiring: Temporary boost or lasting economic benefits?

Velia Martinez, a student at UTEP said the holiday season is full of employment opportunities, and she's taken advantage of the openings in pervious year. 

3 men stabbed at East El Paso apartment complex

El Paso Police tell NewsChannel 9 three men were stabbed during an early morning fight in East El Paso.

Man shot in Central El Paso dies; suspect charged

El Paso Police investigators say the man shot early Saturday morning in Central El Paso has died. He has been identified as 30-year-old Juan Arenas of the 3200 block of Aurora Avenue.

Rhinos defeat Wichita in home opener

For a home opener featuring so many new faces, it was the familiar ones that led the way as the defending Thorne Cup and national champion El Paso Rhinos shut out the Wichita Junior Thunder Friday night, 5-0.

Applebee's NC9 Overtime: Falcons soar over Del Valle

Applebee's NC9 Overtime: Tune in for our game of the week, Eastlake at Del Valle, plus Riverside at Parkland, and a live interview with Parkland Head Coach Jerry Walker.  Tune in!

Applebee's NC9 Overtime: Highlanders defeat the Knights

Applebee's NC9 Overtime: Troopers defeat the Rams in three overtimes, plus Socorro vs El Dorado, Ysleta at Horizon, Bel Air at Hanks, Chapin vs Austin, plus the Jefferson Silver Foxes drumline!

Bowie High School unveils new mural

One of El Paso's oldest high schools is looking a lot more colorful these days. This new mural now adorns the side of Bowie High.