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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

El Paso

Sun Metro hosts busing with Beto

U.S. Representative Beto O’Rourke will be conducting a mobile Town Hall meeting via two popular Sun Metro routes on Tuesday, Aug.

TxDOT back to school driving trips

The end of summer means millions of Texas children will soon return to school. TxDOT reminds drivers to be extra cautious as school zones become more active.

Weather delays opening of Country Club Road between Love Road and Doniphan

A portion of Country Club Road will not re-open on Monday, August 25, 2014, as originally scheduled. Heavy rains late last week delayed paving work on the roadway between Love Road and Doniphan Drive.

Alleged Manhattan Heights Rapist to stand trial Monday

The Mexican national accused of raping three women in El Paso's Manhattan Heights neighborhood is headed to trial Monday morning.

Horizon City kidnapping suspect arrested

A suspected kidnapper was arrested Saturday afternoon by El Paso County Sheriff's Office Crimes Against Persons Detectives in Horizon City.

EPPD investigates 11 DWI incidents over 21-hour period

The El Paso Police Department tells NewsChannel 9 it investigated 11 DWI incidents during a 21-hour period on Saturday. 

Driver charged in deadly I-10 motorcycle crash

El Paso Police have charged a man with Intoxication Manslaughter following a chain reaction crash that left a motorcyclist dead.

Obama orders review of military equipment sales to police

President Barack Obama has ordered a review of programs allowing for state and local enforcement to buy military equipment, a senior administration official said Saturday.

Search for kidnapping suspect after girl taken from football game

Investiators need your help in finding a man wanted wanted in a kidnapping and sexual assualt case that happened on Friday near Horizon High School in Far East El Paso.

50-year-old motorcyclist run over after hitting police car

El Paso Police have identified the 50-year-old motorcyclist killed in an early morning wreck on I-10 near Raynolds and Paisano.

El Paso author to release book of poetry next month

An El Paso author and former immigration attorney is having her first full-length book of poetry published next month. Donna Snyder, and her collection of poems in her book, Poemas ante el Catafalco: Grief and Renewal.

Popular West El Paso restaurant opens in new location

After 15  years at the same location, Mesa Street Grill reopened in a new location in West El Paso.

Las Cruces woman charged for firing gun from SUV

A Las Cruces woman suspected of firing at least one round from a moving vehicle Friday morning has been arrested.

Hispanic Business names UTEP College of Business Administration #1 in the nation

The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Business Administration and College of Engineering are rated among the best graduate schools in the country for Hispanics by HispanicBusiness.com.

Attorneys struggling to help migrants navigate legal system

As images of Central American minors huddled on detention center floors or crowded atop a northbound freight train are being replayed around the country, Texas immigration lawyers are scrambling to coordinate representation for the migrants.