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Man found dead on interstate overnight

UPDATE: The unidentified man that died on I-10  was a 41-year-old man who accidentally fell off the retaining wall of the Mesa St. overpass and died at the scene.

2006 murder suspect on the run in Mexico arrested

The main suspect in the brutal murder of an El Paso woman is finally behind bars tonight after being on the run in Mexico for nearly a decade. Officials from the United States and Mexico worked together to make the arrest.

Borderland deals with recalled camaros

Local car dealerships are scrambling -- as another wave of GM recalls hits the Borderland. So far, 18 million vehicles have been recalled this year and among them 512,000 camaros.

Ridesharing app 'Uber' launches in El Paso

Uber, the mobile ridesharing app that brings a ride to you has launched in El Paso, making the Sun City the 7th Texas City to launch the service.

Man suspected of stealing from Target sought by authorities

El Paso Crime Stoppers is asking the community for assistance identifying a man who was caught on camera at the Target Store at Bassett Place taking several items on at least two occasions.

TxDot approves funding of $97-million trolley project

UPDATE: TxDot voted to approve the Trolley Project Thursday morning, paving the way for the project to break ground as early as August. EARLIER:

Woman warns of dangers of distracted driving after losing U.S. Marine husband in crash

The Texas Department of Transportation is launching its "Talk, Text, Crash" campaign to make roads safer.

Some of our favorite guests tell us what is happening this weekend!

THURSDAY Only in El Paso Preview Party June 26 5 p.m. Downtown Visitor  Information Center 400 W. San Antonio Ave.

El Paso's generosity makes a splash

Earlier this week, a call for help went out on Facebook for a group of kids at El Paso's Center Against Family Violence. The kids were in need of swimsuits so that they could go swimming at El Paso's City Pools.

Texas Tech sets summer enrollment record

Texas Tech University set a record for summer enrollment with 11,605 students enrolled as of the 15th day of classes (June 24), the official reporting day. The number exceeds the previous mark of 11,316, set in 2012.

Local credit union brings hidden cash craze to El Paso

The hidden cash craze is coming to El Paso. The concept was started by a real estate investor in San Francisco who started the Twitter account @HiddenCash and posted clues that led followers to stashes of hidden money.

SISD attempts to "grow" their own principals

Growing our own future school principals: that's the goal for the Socorro Independent School District through their SUPES Aspire Academy.

'Car surfing' teen in critical condition

A teen was "surfing" on top of his friend's BMW when he fell off, getting seriously hurt, according to the El Paso Police Department Spokesman.

Peter Frampton coming to the Sun City

A popular Grammy award winning musician will be showing us the way this fall.

Land Swap: City inks deal with EPISD

A win-win solution, that's what some city and EPISD officials are calling a land swap deal. The deal, several different parcels of land pieced together like a real-life puzzle, may impact taxpayers.