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Source: Layoffs and resignations impacting El Paso area University of Phoenix campuses

Layoffs and resignations are impacting an El Paso area college. Instructors at the University of Phoenix tell NewsChannel 9 that several top Administrators have either been laid off or have resigned in recent weeks.

El Dorado High wants you to weigh in on new safety plan

After a recent threat at the school via social media, El Dorado High School Principal Nora Paugh wants to discuss the safety of students.  That's why she is hosting a commuity night Thursday.

El Paso Zoo welcomes new babies of the African Savannah

The El Paso Zoo is welcoming four healthy new additions born over the last month. Three Thomson’s gazelles and one greater kudu were born at the Zoo between Jan. 20 and Feb. 8.

A shot at greatness: Canutillo basketball team manager soars on Senior night

It was one of those moments that remind us why we love sports. Friday night was senior night for Canutillo boys basketball, hosting rival Bowie to decide 2nd place in District 1-5A.

Man injured in overnight shooting

A man was taken to the hospital after being shot in Downtown El Paso. It happened around 2:45 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of Father Rahm and El Paso.

City's largest solar facility officially up and running

Upwards of 3800 homes in El Paso will soon be powered by solar energy.

EPISD Parent University this Saturday

What: EPISD Parent University •When: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21 •Where: Bowie High School, 801 S. San Marcial •Cost: Free •Information: 230-2553

YISD board to take up proposed $442.5 mil bond

UPDATE: The YISD School Board will take up the $442.5 million bond proposal at Wednesday's 6 p.m. regular meeting and could vote to send the initative to voters in a May 9 election.

SISD elementary school staff member placed on administrative leave pending investigation

Socorro Independent School District has confirmed that an elementary school employee at Roberto Ituarte Elementary has been suspended after alleged inappropriate conduct.

Go Red 2015: Heart Disease in Women

NewsChannel 9 is partnering with the Sierra Providence Health Network and the American Heart Association to promote heart health in February. Cardiologist Dr. Michael Deluca spoke about heart heath in women.  

EPPD identifies man killed in Valentine's Day crash

El Paso Police have finally identified the drivers involved in a deadly crash early Valentine's Day morning along the 9000 block of Alameda.

Sun Metro detours routes for El Paso Marathon

The El Paso Marathon event will require Sun Metro to detour a total of 22 routes from 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 22.

Looking for work? Here's an opportunity

Workforce Solutions Borderplex is hosting a job fair. Wednesday's job fair is targeted in the transportation, governmental & agriculture industries. There will be more than 48 employers looking to fill more than 475 jobs.

Teachers at Mesa Vista celebrate fundraising success by eating a smelly egg

Students and faculty at one Lower Valley school celebrated a successful fundraiser by having a couple of their teachers eat a black, smelly egg on Tuesday.