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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

El Paso

EPPD: Man found dead linked to officer drive-by, woman's murder

El Paso Police investigators tell NewsChannel 9 they believe the man found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound is the suspect in the murder of a woman, as well as the drive-by shooting that left a local policeman in stable condition.

UTEP Receives $1.2 Million Grant to prepare bilingual speech language pathologists

The University of Texas at El Paso has received a grant from the U.S.

Employees encouraged to ditch the desk and join the Flying Horse Half Marathon & 5K Workplace Race

Workplaces across El Paso are taking the challenge to ditch their desks and push themselves toward the Finish Line at the Flying Horse Half Marathon & 5K Workplace Race.

Cut for the Cure to benefit Susan G. Komen El Paso

On Sunday, October 26th from 12:00pm-5:00pm, Gatzel Hair & Nails (1875 Saul Kleinfeld) will be hosting a Cut of the Cure™ in conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

EPPD investigating the discovery of woman's body in East El Paso home

UPDATE: EPPD says the suspect in this morning's homicide is also linked to last night's drive-by shooting of an EPPD officer.

Honoring a cafeteria manager who makes a difference in our community

Tuesday's Service Salute was sent in by Susana Franco. She wanted to honor her aunt, Elma Portillo. Elma serves up lunch to students at Henderson Middle School.

Kids aboard school bus during crash, no injuries

El Paso Police responded to a traffic accident involving a truck and a school bus. The accident happened just after 7 a.m. on Edgemere and Lee Trevino. We're told the school bus was carrying students but no one was injured.

UPDATE: Police officer shot in drive-by shooting; suspect on the loose

An El Paso police officer was shot Monday night in an apparent drive-by shooting in the Lower Valley.

Bowling Championship coming to the Sun City

The 2015 United States Bowling Congress Open Championship is coming to the Sun City. Destination El Paso along with officials from the USBC made the announcement this afternoon in Downtown El Paso.

Federal judge recuses himself in corruption case

An El Paso federal judge is recusing himself, in the case of an El Paso man who pled guilty to public corruption and now wants to take it back.

New app provides safety resources for EPCC students

El Paso Community College students may feel safer with the addition of a new smart phone app.

City leaders want UMC to handle any El Paso Ebola cases

El Paso city leaders would like to designate University Medical Center as the hospital to handle patients with Ebola, should the virus arrive in the Sun City.

Police investigating officer involved shooting

El Paso Police are still investigating an early-morning officer involved shooting in Central El Paso. The shooting happened just after 5 a.m. near the intersection of Montana and Geronimo.

Smoothing King to open new location at Freedom Crossing at Fort Bliss

Freedom Crossing at Fort Bliss, the world’s first open-air shopping center on a military installation, welcomes its newest tenant, Smoothie King, which seeks to ‘Inspire People to Live a Healthy and Active Lifestyle’.

Traffic Alert: Southbound US-54 lanes closed Monday evening

Texas Department of Transportation was forced to reschedule a major closure on Sunday night due to the thunderstorm. Now, they're trying to complete the closure Monday night.