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Upper low produces rain & then say hello to the 80's for the 1st time this year!

Most of El Paso County has enjoyed some nice off & on,  light rainfall since early this Saturday morning.

Officials warn of El Paso Electric phone scam

One northeast El Paso resident said she received a call from someone claiming to be an employee with El Paso Electric Company. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, said they asked her to make an immediate payment. 

NMSU Women's Pre-Game NCAA Press Confererence Quotes


Aggie Post Game

Following the Aggies 75-56 defeat to Kansas in the NCAA Tournament, News Channel 9's Beau Bagley talked with players and coaches.

Sid Miller Clashes With Legislature Over Budget

Newly minted Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has been generating more than newspaper headlines since he began calling on the Texas Legislature to dramatically boost his agency’s budget.

Farm to Market philosophy hits El Paso

For the very first time in El Paso shoppers can buy something that was in the ground this morning, and eat it for dinner tonight.

Aggies end season with 75-56 loss to No. 10 Kansas at NCAA

New Mexico State opened the first few minutes going toe-to-toe with No.

Case of "San Antonio Four" set to enter its final act


Texas woman faces charges for illegal butt injections

Police in north Texas are searching for two women accused of providing illegal butt injections to clients at a Dallas salon. The two suspects face a charge of practicing medicine without a license.

Border Patrol agents rescue illegal immigrants hidden inside vehicle's speaker box

Two illegal immigrants were rescued and detained at northern checkpoint after they were found hidden inside a speaker box.

'White people only' stickers posted on Austin businesses

Someone is posting stickers that say "exclusively for white people" on businesses in the Texas capital of Austin. And the mayor is not amused.

Free Senior Health Screenings

The El Paso fire department is teaming up with the Health Department to offer free medical services for seniors.

Rural Hospitals Struggle to Keep Their Doors Open

It could have happened anywhere, but it was on the high plains of Guthrie, Texas — 90 miles east of Lubbock — where Dannie Tiffin suddenly collapsed of a heart attack last spring.

9 ONLINE:International Day of Happiness

Live Happy Magazine has joined the United Nations with a movement hoping to make the world a happier place using the hash tag happy acts challenge.