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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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El Paso welcomes Indian Food Festival

An experience 5,000 years in the making, the Indian Food Festival is right around the corner.

Convicted felon from Georgia sentenced for kidnapping

A 27-year-old man from Georgia has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm during an interstate kidnapping.

Bowling Championship coming to the Sun City

The 2015 United States Bowling Congress Open Championship is coming to the Sun City. Destination El Paso along with officials from the USBC made the announcement this afternoon in Downtown El Paso.

World-renowned cellist performs at Providence Children's Hospital

Patients at the Providence Children's Hospital and their families got a very special treat this morning.

For the love of the game: Three El Paso football players overcome deafening disability

High school football is a long standing tradition in Texas, and also in the Borderland.

Mesa Street Grill Dines Out for a Cure

Mesa Street Grill is showing their support of Breast Cancer Awareness month by being a proud participant in Susan G. Komen Foundation’s, Dine Out for a Cure.

El Paso Native, Austin HS graduate retires after 27 years of Naval Service

The Command Master Chief for U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet bid farewell to fellow service members after 27 years of naval service during a retirement ceremony at the Ocean Breeze Conference center Oct 9.

GECU presents 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival kicks off October 10th

On October 10-12, 2014, the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) in partnership with the El Paso Community Foundation will host the 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival sponsored by GECU.

Lighted arches illuminate downtown bridges

Drivers through Downtown El Paso may have noticed a much brighter commute overnight. Arches are beginning to illuminate the Downtown Bridges, as part of the ongoing TxDot I-10 renovation project.

UTEP Centennial Homecoming week is upon us

UTEP's Centennial Celebration Homecoming week is already in full swing in El Paso. The University is celebrating their Homecoming with several special events throughout the week.

El Paso Film Commissioner earns prestigious designation

El Paso's Film Commissioner, Susie Gaines received the title 'Certified Film Commissioner' over the weekend at the Association of Film Commissioners Internations (AFCI) Cineposium in New York City.

Two El Paso schools named 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools

Two El Paso area schools have been named as one of 2014's National Blue Ribbon Schools. The honor was awarded to Cielo Vista Elementary and Transmountain Early College High School.

UTEP Updates: Campus work centers on 'transformation' projects

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is gearing up for its Centennial Celebration, and crews continue their progress on projects around campus.

Another Union Plaza building may see renovation

Union Plaza, one of Downtown El Paso’s most unique neigh-borhoods, could see the renovation of another of its historic buildings according to concept images posted online.

Franklin HS teacher awarded statewide Humanities Award

Franklin High School U.S. History teacher, Laura Strelzin Bagley, has been named as one of only thirteen recipients of the 2014 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Award.