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First Light Federal Credit Union to sponsor 'Battle of I-10'

UTEP Athletics and FirstLight Federal Credit Union have joined forces for this year’s rivalry series between the Miners and the NM State Aggies.

EPPD asks for witnesses, video evidence in fatal west El Paso crash

El Paso Police are now asking the public for help in piecing together the events that happened just before a fatal crash in West El Paso early Sunday morning.

Socorro ISD’s students main contributors to Peter Piper Pizza’s 2014-2015 school calendar

Eighteen students' art, eight from SISD, was chosen for the pizza chain's calendar from more than 3,000 art pieces. The SISD winners include:

Ultimate Football Guide hits stores today!

Newschannel 9's Ultimate Football Guide hits stores Monday, August 18th!  The UFG can be found at any Western Beverage location...

UTEP's 'Orange Fever Fiesta' is sold out

The UTEP Department of Athletics and Miner Athletic Club are proud to announce that this year’s Orange Fever Fiesta is sold out.

Five things to know about Perry indictment

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Is traffic surcharge program a trap for Texas drivers?

When Charles Farmer was pulled over for turning without signaling last Thanksgiving morning, he learned that his license had been suspended for failing to pay surcharges on traffic tickets he had already paid.

The Bullet Train that could change everything

For years, the Japanese company behind the world’s first and busiest high-speed rail system has been itching to enter the U.S.

Hundreds march on Artesia immigration center

Hundreds of protesters gathered outside a New Mexico facility that's housing immigrants. The Santa-Fe based Somos Un Pueblo Unido and a coalition of Catholic churches rallied for an end to deportations Sunday.

Albuquerque hospital on high alert after patient admitted with Ebola-like symptoms

Health officials continue to monitor a New Mexico woman showing symptoms similar to the Ebola virus. The woman was traveling in the West African nation of Sierra Leone at the beginning of the month.

Wage theft victims call for new city ordinance, similar to Houston’s

Dozens of labor activists, low- wage workers and public officials rallied Sunday at a downtown café to call attention to wage theft allegations.

Chihuahuas rally not enough Sunday

The Memphis Redbirds scored six runs in the fifth inning of their 7-5 win over the El Paso Chihuahuas Sunday at Southwest University Park. The Chihuahuas collected 15 hits in the loss, 12 of which came with two outs.

Beer run suspect arrested in San Elizario

What started out as a beer run in San Elizario Saturday night, ended up with a full on chase involving five law enforcement agencies.

Extended forecast

We are seeing plenty of opportunities for rain chances. This may not necessarily be a good thing for some people in the Sun City or In the Mesilla Valley.

Video: Perry Talks indictment, border, 2016