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Friday, December 19, 2014 - 8:00pm

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Montwood Band to hold fundraiser for D-Day Parade trip

Montwood High School Marching Band has been invited to perform in the D-Day Parade in Normandy, France in June 2015.

First Baptist Church celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Living Christmas Tree

El Paso's First Baptist Church will host its 50th Anniversary of its Living Christmas Tree performance this coming weekend, December 12th through 14th. There will be five showings of the special 50th anniversary event.

'Caring Santa' event for kids with special needs

Cielo Vista Mall invites children with special needs and their families for a special photo experience with Caring Santa in an environment set up to support the sensory, physical, and other developmental needs of kids with all abilities.

Down syndrome achievement center open house this Saturday

GiGi’s Playhouse, a center that offers educational and therapeutic programs at no charge to families, will open in El Paso this Saturday. 

UTEP football player on Capital One Academic All-America team

Wesley Miller was named to the Capital One Academic All-America second team on Thursday.

Annual Fort Bliss holiday concert this weekend

Not only is it beginning to look at lot like Christmas, it's beginning to sound like it too. The Commanding General of the 1st Armored Division presents "An American Holiday Festival."

UTEP students awarded scholarships

16 incoming freshmen at UTEP will have their education paid for thanks to the Terry Foundation.The scholarships will cover tuition, fees, book and living expenses for the students for 8 semesters.

Chihuahuas seek bands to perform at stadium

The El Paso Chihuahuas are on the prowl for bands to play at next season's home games.

West hiring 200 for El Paso call center

West Corporation is hosting a career fair to hire 200 sales and customer care associate positions at their west El Paso office.

Community Foundation makes giving easier with this year's Spirit of Giving Tree

During the Holidays, everyone around the Sun City tends to get in the spirit of giving. NewsChannel 9 has partnered with the El Paso Community Foundation and the Fountains at Farah to help spread gifts of holiday cheer throughout the city.

Local teacher leads double life as MMA fighter

An El Paso teacher has found a way to get her student's attention. Although her method is a little unorthodox. Alida Gray, PE Teacher: "I work at Fannin Elementary School and I am a P.E. Teacher."

Former KTSM anchor returns to station to renew his wedding vows

KTSM looked a little like a wedding chapel this afternoon. Long time former KTSM anchor Tom Thorpe and his wife Jackie renewed their wedding vows in our lobby.

Hanks HS students recognized for achieving 300 community service hours

Hanks High School seniors were recognized for achieving 300 community service hours or more. During first period, the students were called to the theater for the recognition and refreshments.

Crime Spot: Man seen on camera vandalizing central El Paso daycare

Detectives with El Paso Police Department and Crime Stoppers of El Paso are hoping to identify a man who reportedly  vandalized a central El Paso Daycare on Sunday, November 16, 2014.