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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

Local News + Statewide News

LISTEN: 911 call for now-deceased Ebola patient

The city of Dallas has released the 911 audio call placed for now-deceased Ebola patient Thomas Duncan. You can listen to the audio recorded on September 28, 2014, in the video player above

Struggling with state exams, students still advance

More than 100,000 fifth- and eighth-graders failed the state exams in reading and math that are required to move on to the next grade last year. Most of them probably advanced anyway.

Analysis: A simple and very expensive proposal

In a campaign commercial, Attorney General Greg Abbott rolls down a freeway ramp next to a stalled line of cars, ready with a self-deprecating wisecrack: “A guy in a wheelch

American nurse with protective gear gets Ebola; how could this happen?

The nurse in Texas seemed to have taken all the precautions needed to protect herself from Ebola.

White Cane Day highlights achievements of the blind

You're invited to a special event happening right here in our community. White Cane Day is a time to highlight achievements of the blind with activities and presentations to show the challenges faced by the blind.

Families honor babies gone too soon

The Centers for Disease Control estimates every day in this country, 11 babies will be lost to sudden infant death syndrome. October is SIDS, pregnancy and infant loss awareness month.

UTEP women's golf in 8th at Payne Stewart Invitational

With 18 holes in the books, the UTEP women's golf team is in eighth place at the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial tournament on Sunday in Springfield, Mo.

Cowboys defeat Seahawks in NFL's toughest venue, 30-23

After a hard fought battle at Centurylink Field in Seattle, the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Seattle Seahawks 23-20 and win their fifth game in a row. Dallas overcame a blocked punt was returned for a touchdown and a 10-0 hole.

UTEP Claims Victory Over Middle Tennessee, 3-1

Four UTEP players recorded a .300 hitting percentage or higher, and sophomore Sarah Villa tallied 19 digs as part of a 49-dig team effort, to lead the Miners to a 3-1(25-23, 20-25, 25-18, 23-13) victory over Middle Tennessee State on Sunday aft

Aggies earn another WAC win on the road

Prior to the start of the season NM State head soccer coach Freddy Delgado said senior leadership was going to be key if the Aggies were to be successful in Western Athletic Conference play.

Miners battle to scoreless draw at Marshall

The UTEP soccer team showed tremendous resiliency to pick up a road point after battling to a scoreless draw at Marshall Sunday afternoon. It marked the school-record fourth consecutive overtime contest for the Miners (9-5-2, 3-2-1 C-USA).

Northeast El Paso motel evacuated after discovery of possible pipe bomb (UPDATE)

UPDATE: Police cleared the area and re-opened Sanders Ave. around 1:30 p.m. Officers on the scene wouldn't say what, if anything, was discovered.

Texas nurse tests positive for Ebola; first Ebola transmission in U.S.

UPDATE: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Sunday that a worker who helped care for a Dallas Ebola patient now also has t

Man arrested, neighbor injured following gunfire in Northeast El Paso

A man was put in jail following gunfire in Northeast El Paso late Friday night.

Corn mazes bring farmers into "agri-tainment"

Well it's the time of year, corn mazes sprouting up around the Borderland.