El Paso

EPPD identifies victim in late November Lower Valley murder

El Paso Police have finally confirmed the identity of the man who was killed over a week ago in El Paso's Lower Valley.

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.

Honoring a passed Army veteran

Monday's Service Salute was sent to us by Roy Alfaro. He told us we are looking at his late father, Rogelio P. Alfaro, Sr.

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.

UMC board leader calls timing of Valenti bonus 'mistake' and 'insensitive'

The head of the El Paso County Hospital District Board of Managers tells NewsChannel 9 the timing of a nearly $120,000 bonus to University Medical Center CEO Jim Valenti was a 'mistake,' and an 'insensitive' one a

Fire tears through Far East El Paso church

Fire ripped through a Far East El Paso church Sunday morning, leaving behind $200,000 worth of damage, according to El Paso Fire Department officials.

Black Thursday? Thanksgiving sales numbers growing

Shoppers increasingly are shifting their buying to Thanksgiving Day, despite petitions against stores opening on the holiday -- and the powerful lure of the post-turkey nap.

Cyber Monday deals: Where to find them

Cyber Monday is no longer a one-day affair.

Several hospitalized in apparent head-on crash in Far East El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating an apparent head-on collision in Far East El Paso that left several people in the hospital.

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.

Salvation Army kicks off 'Roving Red Kettles' campaign

You’ve heard the expression penny for your thoughts. Well, how about penny for your vote?

El Paso boot company creates art for your feet

El Paso is considered the boot capitol of the world, and one local boot manufacturer sure has a different way of making them.

This is 'Metro 31': City reveals Northgate SmartCode project details

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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.