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Three people injured in serious car crash

The freeway is back open in West El Paso following a serious car crash.

El Paso Ends Homestand With Loss

El Paso took an early 4-0 lead Monday but Fresno came back to beat the Chihuahuas 9-4. The Grizzlies hit three home runs in the come-from-behind win. The two teams split the four-game series.

Texas man allegedly sent 500 'white powder' letters

For nearly six years, hundreds of letters, most containing a suspicious white powder, were sent through the mail, addressed to President Barack Obama, members of Congress, hotels near the Super Bowl, schools, companies and others.

Hospital board looks at alternatives to raising taxes

After four hours of talks, the El Paso County Hospital District Board may decide not to raise taxes after all. Last week University Medical Center announced layoffs affecting 56 employees, while facing a $60 million deficit.

Walmart sets eyes on new Upper Valley store

A new Walmart may be headed to the Upper Valley. A site development plan proposal shows the retailer with plans to build the 40,000 sq. ft. store right next to the State Line Restaurant on Sunland Park Dr. and Doniphan Rd.

Officials blindsided by proposed undocumented immigrant shelter in Clint

The small town of Clint could soon possibly play a big role in the immigration crisis. A New York based company wants to build the country's largest shelter for immigrants, just outside the town.

Expansion could bring more jobs to Doña Ana County

A big change in Doña Ana County could bring dozens of new jobs to the region.

Chihuahuas Break 400,000 In Attendance

Weeks after breaking the all-time Minor League single-season attendance record for El Paso baseball, the Chihuahuas are proud to announce that more than 400,000 fans have walked through the Southwest University Park gates.

El Paso teen found guilty of murder

Guilty of murder -- that's the verdict from the jury tonight for 19-year-old Juan Antonio Gonzalez. The now convicted murderer was facing a greater charge of capital murder which would have meant an automatic life sentence.

'Iron Focus 14' trains 4,200 soldiers with real-life scenarios

Iron Focus, the 1st Armored Division's largest annual exercise and the only military training program of its kind in the nation, is currently in full swing at Fort Bliss, where brigades are being prepared for deployment to the National Trai

Update: West El Paso radiology center will remain open after all

Imaging El Paso, a radiology center on Stanton St. in West El Paso will keep its doors open, according to owner Martha Vera.

Corner Bakery is going up in east El Paso; CVS could be headed to northeast El Paso

The location for a new Corner Bakery restaurant in East El Paso has been selected, according to an item on the City Plan Commissions (CPC) agenda. The new eatery will be built at 1311 Airway Boulevard, at the intersection

Declining bee population attracts research at NMSU's Los Lunas Ag. Center

Two researchers at New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Science Center at Los Lunas have been working together on the New Mexico Pollinator Project, which aims to test native and non-native plants for their ability to attract and re