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El Pasoans try new pain relief technique "Functional Dry Needling"

FDN is a technique to treat the neuromuscular system based on pain patterns, limited mobility, weakness, muscular imbalance, orthopedic signs, symptoms, and functional limitations and is now used by physical therapists at  the “Spine

Gilbert & Sullivan Company of El Paso presents: The Mikado

A local production company is presenting a new play for the whole family. To celebrate the company’s 45th anniversary, the Gilbert & Sullivan Company will put on the production, The Mikado.

El Paso's signature 'smart growth' development preparing for next phase

El Paso's signature smart growth development is getting ready to enter its second phase with the openings of new housing, retail, and restaurant spaces.

Downtown run to raise money for El Paso's homeless

Homelessness is a growing problem here in the Borderland. In fact, it's estimated that more than 1,400 people in this city don't have a place to call home, but you can help.

Criminal complaint: Relative allegedly forces teen into sexual act

Doña Ana County Sheriff Office investigators are dealing with what they're calling a rare hate crime case.

Mexico policy change creates big back-ups at the border

Border wait times can be a headache, but imagine waiting more than an entire day to cross into Mexico.

Urban beekeeping has the Borderland buzzing

If you've been "combing" through the classifieds looking for a new hobby or a way to make some extra cash, then look no farther than your backyard. The Borderland is seeing a big boom in urban beekeepers.

Chihuahuas' Galvez goes 1-2 in All-Star game

El Paso Chihuahuas infielder Jonathan Galvez went 1-2 with an RBI in the Minor League Baseball Triple-A All-Star game at Durham Park in Durham, North Carolina.  Galvez is batting .296 this season for El Paso, with 7 home runs, 30 RBI, and

Vacation Bible School teaches Fort Bliss children

On the first day of Vacation Bible School, volunteer teacher Monica Tew cordoned off 10 students behind yellow caution tape and gave them a brief taste of what it might have felt like to have leprosy during Jesus’ time.

Combat kitchen serves up Soldier morale while in the field

Napoleon Bonaparte once said, “An Army marches on its stomach.” For the food service specialists in 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, their mission during the Network Integration Evaluation 14.2 was to ensure troops in

Socorro ISD superintendent gets contract extension, pay raise

In a unanimous decision on Tuesday, the Socorro ISD school board voted to extend superintendent Dr. Jose Espinoza’s contract another two years taking it through 2019. Espinoza also received a 10 percent pay raise.

Denton council punts fracking ban proposal to voters

  Voters will decide whether this North Texas college town will become the state's first city to ban hydraulic fracturing. 

Chihuahuas to host "Play Day at the Park"

Parents/Guardians and children ages 6 and under are invited to a fun filled morning at Southwest University Park, tomorrow, July 17 from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. The event is free and open to the public!

El Pasoan charged in fatal New Mexico DWI crash

New Mexico State Police are continuing their investigation into a fatal crash on I-25 near Truth or Consequences early on Wednesday morning.

Basketball skills camp coming to El Paso in August

Basketball Combine Presents its "Point Guard & Post Player Academy" Camp Aug. 4-8, 2014.