El Pasoans turned out in large numbers Tuesday morning to help KTSM and the U.S. Marines with our annual Toys for Tots campaign. Nine large boxes of toys were collected along with more than a thousand dollars in monetary donations.
More and more people are successfully registering for insurance under Obamacare.
As NewsChannel 9 reported Monday, about four thousand people in both Texas and New Mexico have now been able to successfully register.
A Texas middle school is under fire after students say they were banned from speaking Spanish in class. The students say their principal announced the rule last month over the intercom, Drew Karedes reports.
The Rockefeller Foundation Tuesday announced that El Paso has been selected to join the 100 Resilient Cities [100RC] Network thanks to the efforts by the City of El Paso’s Office of Sustainability and The University of Texas at El Paso.
An increasing number of pedestrians and cyclists are being killed by distracted drivers.
A new study found distracted driving deaths jumped 50-percent among pedestrians and 30-percent among bicyclists between 2005 and 2010.