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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

El Paso

$15 donation will sponsor a wreath at Fort Bliss National Cemetery as part of 'Wreaths Across America'

The El Paso Composite Squadron of Civil Air Patrol wants the 45,000+ graves at Fort Bliss National Cemetery to be adorned with wreaths for the holidays as part of the Wreaths Across America program.

CBP encourages you to be a 'ready traveler' this Thanksgiving Holiday

U.S. Customs and Border Protection El Paso port of entry is reminding members of the traveling public when all inspection lanes are staffed under the All Lanes Open Initiative.

'Trees for Troops' spreads free holiday cheer

For soldiers serving away from home, it’s the little things that make the holidays easier. There’s an effort underway to ship 17,000 Christmas trees to soldiers around the world. Some of those trees are headed to Fort Bliss.

Seniors knit stockings for El Paso children in need

Senior citizen residents at Royal Estates Assisted Living Center spend so much time on these stockings, it's as if they're knitting them for their own grandchildren.

Police believe 61-year-old found dead on Transmountain Road was hit by car

Police have identified 61-year-old Alejandro Cobarrubio from Las Cruces, NM as the man who was found dead at the summit on Transmountain Road early Sunday morning.

Crash causes power outage in east El Paso

UPDATE:  EP Electric Crews were able to restore power to residents in the area shortly before 10 a.m. Monday morning. EARLIER:

Jingle your way down Alameda Ave. for a worthy cause

Looking for a fun way to get into the holiday spirit? Look no further. University Medical Center is hosting Jingle Bell Rock Run.

Sisterly love Service Salute

In Monday's Service Salute, we honored Electrician Mate Second Class Gabriela May.

Memorial for former UTEP coach & wife on Tuesday

A memorial service has been announced for the former UTEP football coach and his wife who were killed while crossing the street in West El Paso.

Keeping the Korean War legacy alive

 It has been called the "Forgotten War". The Korean War took place in between World War II and the Vietnam War. As such, it's not remembered in history as much.

2 men killed in Saturday morning double motorcycle crash

El Paso Police have identified two men killed in a double motorcycle crash early Saturday morning as 24-year-old Cody Wones and 27-year-old Gabriel Ortega, both from El Paso.

Socorro ISD leaders play flag football for a good cause

Dozens of Socorro ISD students will have shoes thanks to district employees.

Third deadly pedestrian accident in one week in El Paso raises concerns

Three pedestrians have died on El Paso streets in the past week, four in the past month.  The most recent deadly pedestrian accident happened Thursday afternoon on Mesa St.

Local retailers begin preps for Black Thursday, Friday

With less than a week before Thanksgiving, retailers are getting ready for Black Friday deals and the crowds of customers. Walmarts across the country and in El Paso are prepping for the biggest retail event of the year.

Students raise $3,000 to send diabetic kid to camp

El Paso Jewish Academy students participated in a walk-a-thon Friday to raise money to send a child with Type 1 Diabetes to Camp Sweeney. The students learned about the camp through one of their classmates, Madison Nadler.