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At UT-Austin, brains aren't all that's scattered

The puns ranged from predictable to painful when word spread that the University of Texas at Austin lost track of about 100 brains. Imagine the reaction when folks learn that the school has also misplaced at least two heads.

Eagle fever spreading throughout El Paso

After years of hard work and dedication, the Canutillo Eagles are finally getting their chance at a state championship under the Friday night lights.

New Mexico missle silo for sale

It might be the safest home for sale in all of New Mexico. "I say come out and look, make an offer, and you can have your underground castle right away," said realtor Jim Moore.

Suspect in Anthony murder arrested in El Paso

The man suspected of stabbing a 21-year-old Anthony man as he walked him from his shift at an area McDonalds earlier this year was arrested on first-degree murder charges in El Paso on Tuesday.

"Toys for Tots" Needs Your Help

     Toys for Tots is a yearly campaign to bring joy to thousands of kids around town but your help is still needed. Joining us this morning is Staff Sergeant Billy Parrish.

Que Pasa: Fun Events in El Paso

It's time for our "Que Pasa" segment and joining us now is Kimberly Foster from Destination El Paso. She has everything we need to know to plan your weekend.

Hospital CEO to return to the spotlight Friday during special meeting

The CEO of University Medical Center will be back in the spotlight Friday as the hospital's board of managers deliberates his performance expectations.

CCA Offers Guidance to Courts Trying Teens as Adults

A Houston teen sentenced to 30 years in prison should not have been tried as an adult, the state's highest criminal court ruled Wednesday in a decision calling for greater judicial scrutiny before young defendants are transferred into the a

Ronald McDonald House in El Paso offers home away from home for families of sick children

Many families look forward to being around family during the holidays, but that's not always an option for a lot of out-of-town families who travel to El Paso to get medical treatment for their children.

El Paso ID program aims to aid undocumented

A border immigrant rights group is set to launch efforts Wednesday to create a municipal ID for residents who don't have access to current forms of state identification.

State sued for "stifling the Texas Craft Beer Renaissance"

 

Hefty fines, jail time might not be enough for repeat DWI offenders

Local boxer, Antonio Escalante was arrested for his fourth DWI last week. All of the arrests were made this year. He has been convicted of two of the charges, and is still in jail on a $25,000 bond.

Aggie Senior named Sun Belt First Team

The Sun Belt Conference office released the selections for the 2014 All-SBC teams with senior center Valerian Ume-Ezeoke named as a first team selection and redshirt sophomore wide receiver Teldrick Morgan as a second team selection.

Bid to Consolidate Texas Health Agencies Moves Forward

 

Avoiding holiday hazards

Not to be a grinch, but the happiest season of all can be the most dangerous season of all if not approaced with caution.