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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

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Early voting turnout rate down in most of state

As early voting wraps up Friday, Democrats hoping to end their two-decade statewide electoral drought by drawing more like-minded voters to the polls could be facing a bleak picture.

Driver flees police, leaves girlfriend and two children behind

A Las Cruces motorist was arrested Thursday afternoon after a relatively minor traffic stop led police to make an unusual arrest.

Reel Review: 'Ouija' and 'Nightcrawler'

Leave it to Hollywood to come up with a not really compelling Horror flick to top the box office for Halloween.

CAPTURED: Man suspected of sexually assaulting child captured by EPPD

El Paso Police say they have located the 29-year-old man who is suspected of sexually assaulting a child.

Bodies found in Matamoros confirmed to be missing Texas siblings

A Progreso mother's worst nightmare just confirmed, her three children were among the four bodies discovered in Matamoros, Mexico on Wednesday.

El Pasoans hung out with ghosts at a local cemetery

Ghost hunters spent some time at a local cemetery Thursday night to get into the spirit of Halloween.

South Texas mother receives word 3 children were kidnapped and beaten while visiting father in Mexico

A South Texas mother's worst nightmare was confirmed Thursday.  Her three children were among the four bodies discovered in Matamoros, Mexico Wednesday.

Central Texas man who admitted to burning stepsons alive on parole in El Paso

A Central Texas man who admitted to burning his two adopted stepsons alive is out of prison and on parole in El Paso. That has one neighborhood on edge near Horizon City.

Insights Science Museum returns with new exhibition

The Insights Science Museum is taking an exhibit to the public before making its debut at a former elementary school.

Mayfield, Eastlake win big on Thursday

We've reached the final stretch of the high school football regular season. Only two weeks remain and a pair of games kicked off the action on Thursday.

Pedestrian safety in the spotlight on Halloween

Thousands of kids will be out and about trick or treating on Halloween, which is why safety needs to be on your mind if you're going to be driving.

Creative school lunchroom offerings on display at nutrition showcase

Sweet potato fries, hashbrown sticks,and gourmet pizza. Those were just a few foods area students and school district leaders got to snack on today at a school nutrition showcase.

Aggies Defeat Seattle U in Four Sets

The New Mexico State volleyball team made up for an earlier loss this season to Seattle U by defeating the Redhawks on Thursday night in four sets, 25-16, 19-25, 25-19, 25-20, inside the Pan American Center.

UTEP Plays To Scoreless Draw At ODU

Senior Sarah Dilling registered six saves and the UTEP soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to seven after playing to a scoreless draw at Old Dominion Thursday.