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City isn't even close to meeting ballpark parking demands, says former parking lot operator

It has been one of the most important parts of planning for El Paso's new downtown Triple-A baseball stadium.

UTEP Drops Two to Florida Atlantic

UTEP dropped a pair of games to Florida Atlantic, 7-0, in game one and, 2-0, in game two on Friday night at FAU Softball Stadium. The Miners drop to 15-29 and 7-10 in Conference USA play. The Owls improve to 29-21 and 11-9.

Think twice about giving bunnies or chicks for Easter

They're cute and they're very popular Easter gifts, but you may want to think twice before getting your children a rabbit or baby chick for Easter.

El Paso's unemployment rate hits five year milestone

Some good economic news has city leaders celebrating. The unemployment rate in El Paso has dipped below the national rate for the first time in more than five years.

RHINOS HOCKEY: Canadian brothers reunite in El Paso

The holidays are all about family and without doubt the first family of El Paso hockey is the Pleša brothers. The Canadian trio has made a home in the Southwest and turned the Rhinos into winners.

TEA wants to revoke the educator certifications of 11 people linked to EPISD’s cheating scheme

The Texas Education Agency is trying to revoke the educator certificates of several people linked to the El Paso Independent School District cheating scheme.

Aggie Baseball Hosts Four Games Versus Seattle U

The New Mexico State baseball team returns to action at Presley Askew Field this week with a four-game Western Athletic Conference series against the Seattle U Redhawks from Thursday through Saturday, April 17-19.

Thousands make trek up Mount Cristo Rey for Good Friday

In honor of Jesus Christ's crucifixion on Good Friday, an estimated 12,000 Christians in the borderland paid tribute to the Son of God's sacrifice by making the 5-mile pilgrimage up Mount Cristo Rey.

'Go Nuts Tour' stops in El Paso

Two men are cycling across the country, educating the public and raising awareness of testicular cancer.

A local woman heads back to Boston to finish what she couldn't last year

A record breaking 36,000 runners will participate in this year’s Boston Marathon on Monday, Olga Rodriguez, an El Pasoan will be one of them. 

Rain Showers and Some Thunderstorms Are Headed to the Borderland

Good weather news on Good Friday! The Borderland finally has chance rain starting Friday evening.  I am watching out Interactive radar right now and there is a large area of showers traveling our way from Arizona!

Fire restrictions to begin on the Gila

The Gila National Forest will begin campfire and smoking restrictions Tuesday, April 22 at 8:00 a.m. These restrictions are deemed necessary to provide for public safety and help prevent human-caused fires. The restrictions are:

Area Easter services, activities

As Easter weekend begins, several community churches and community centers are hosting Easter activities.

DPS suspends use of new handgun over "concerns"

 

McDonald Observatory hosts open house

The McDonald Observatory, nestled in the Davis Mountains, just outside of Fort Davis, TX will be hossting an open house on April 26, 2014 and they're inviting you!