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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.

EPSO deputies identify couple killed in Far East El Paso wreck

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies have identified the couple killed Sunday evening in a three-vehicle crash on I-10  in far East El Paso.

Analysis: Behind voter ID, federal pre-clearance

Strange things show up in the footnotes of federal court rulings.

Autopsy Report: Questions remain in Downtown murder

[Note: Some details may be graphic to some readers.] Questions remain in the death of Gerardo Luna, the man who was found bound, gagged and burned in the basement of a Downtown El Paso building on September 5, 2014.

Police identify Anthony woman killed in crash Sunday

UPDATE 2: [Monday, October 20, 11:20 a.m.]

One person injured in West El Paso rollover crash

One person was injured in a rollover crash in West El Paso. It happened at 2:15 a.m. the 6500 block of N. Desert Blvd. and Northern Pass. We're told one person was taken to the hospital.

Strong line of storms strikes Borderland, knocks out power

A strong round of storms made for a soggy Sunday night across the Borderland, causing havoc on the roads and leaving thousands without power.

Supreme Court allows Texas voter ID law for now

Texas election officials can go ahead and enforce a controversial voter identification law opposed by the Obama administration and civil rights groups, the U.S. Supreme Court said early Saturday.

By the numbers: texting and driving

There is a statewide and city-wide ban on texting and driving. Since the ordinance took effect in 2010, police have issued tens of thousands of tickets.

UPDATE: Del Sol Medical Center now reports patient does not meet ebola testing criteria

UPDATE:  5:15 P.M. The patient who came to Del Sol Medical Center with Ebola like symptoms has been released from the hospital, according Jacob Cintron, CEO of Del Sol Medical Center. 

Area marching bands to compete for area top honors

The synchronized sounds of drum lines and marching bands will be heard for hours on end Saturday, as 19 area bands compete in the 22nd Annual March Fest.