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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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Former Miners football coach and his wife killed in accident

The UTEP campus is mourning the loss of a former football coach and athletic director tonight after he and his wife were killed while trying to cross a busy street.

Paws for Presents: EPFD and Chihuahuas team up for toy drive

The El Paso Fire Department and the El Paso Chihuahuas have teamed together to make the holiday season brighter for children as they proudly present “Paws for Presents,” a toy drive benefiting the Child Crisis Center.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Two pedestrians dead following crash near UTEP

El Paso Police say that the two pedestrians who were struck in the 2900 block of N. Mesa as they crossed the street just before noon Thursday morning have died.

Early November crash turns fatal

A November 8, 2014 crash on El Paso's West side has turned fatal, according to police.

Annual Matthew "Gordo" Olivas benefit car show this Saturday

The family of an El Paso boy who died last year from a rare heart condition is raising money for other families in similar situations.

EPPD identifies pedestrian struck by car in NE El Paso Wednesday night

El Paso Police say a man is recovering after being struck by a car in Northeast El Paso just after 5 p.m. Wednesday evening.

A mother sending her love to her deployed solider

Thursday's Service Salute was sent to us by Susan Brandon. The picture is of her son, Captain Zachary Brandon and his younger sister, Ashley, when he returned from deployment in Afghanistan in 2012.

Plan your weekend! Sports, art and more!

FRIDAY – SUNDAY El Paso Rhino’s Hockey vs. Dallas Ice Jets Friday and Saturday – 7:30 p.m. Sunday – 4:30 p.m. Sierra Providence Events Center

EPISD superintendent visits the White House

The superintendent of El Paso's largest school district took a field trip today to the White House.

Texas company to drill for oil just outside El Paso

Could El Paso become the state's next oil boom town?

El Paso man credits carbon monoxide detector with saving family

An El Paso man said a carbon monoxide detector in his apartment saved his family from carbon monoxide poisoning.

UMC board member: 'I won't step down'

When it comes to overseeing the county hospital, Laura Ponce is one of seven appointed members to University Medical Center's Board of Managers.

Remodeled Armijo Park now open

An El Paso park got a facelift thanks to grant money.

26th annual complimentary Thanksgiving meal

It is that time again- to come together and serve our brothers and sisters and make new friends in the process.

Families say goodbye as Iron Knights deploy for West Africa

It was mixed emotions for Lt. Col. Whitney Gardner, commander of the 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment.