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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 10:42am

El Paso

UPDATE: 'Suspicious package' was water utility cover, EP County Courthouse cleared

UPDATE: A spokesperson with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office confirms that the 'suspicious package' was a water utility cover that was installed this morning on the property unbeknownst to law enforcement officials.

UTEP, NMSU Team Up for I-10 Blood Coalition

The I-10 Coalition Blood Drive is taking place at both The University of Texas at El Paso and New Mexico State University, allowing students to engage in a friendly competition by donating at United Blood Services sites around campus.

Help put an end to Alzheimer's disease

September is National Alzheimer's Month and that's why we are doing our part to get the community informed about what Alzheimer's is, how to treat it and how you can help make a difference in our community.

SISD's million-dollar campus camera system ready to roll

A major El Paso school district is getting a major security upgrade. The Socorro Independent School District unveiled its newly expanded network of campus cameras on Monday.

City of El Paso seeks community input on new Westside Pool

El Pasoans will be getting a new pool on the west side of El Paso. A community meeting will be held where participants can give feedback on what amenities or events they would like the facility to include.

Las Palmas reassessing game day parking policy following tailgate brawl

UPDATE: 9:39 P.M. - NewsChannel 9 has spoken with the director of the El Paso Youth Rugby Foundation, and says this weekend's brawl may affect their fundraiser.

After school programs start Sept. 8th

El Paso kids are now able to stay after school participating in activities. The El Paso Parks and Recreation Department starts their 2014-2015 After School Program on Monday, September 8th.

EPPD searching for two men who allegedly assaulted resident during home burglary

El Paso Police are have set up a perimeter in an Upper Valley neighborhood after a resident was assaulted during a home burglary by two men.

Fort Bliss soldier pleads guilty to stabbing pregnant woman, faces up to 99 years in prison

A Fort Bliss soldier may be spending the rest of his life in prison. 20-year-old Corey Moss pleaded guilty this morning to stabbing the pregnant Rachel Poole in her Northeast El Paso home while her deployed soldier husband watched on Facetime.

Congressman O'Rourke to host border conference

Congressman Beto O'Rourke will be hosting a border conference this Friday in Downtown El Paso. O'Rourke along with the Border Legislative Conference will host the 2014 Border Conference at the El Paso Civic Center.

UTEP football is good news for local businesses

College football is back in action and the UTEP Miners took on Texas Tech at the Sun Bowl Saturday night.

Archery and Atl-atl Demonstrations will not be held this week

There will be neither Archery nor Atl-atl Demonstrations this week (Saturday, September 13th) due to an out-of-town event for the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), the Archery sponsoring group.

Crash involving motorhome, truck snarls I-10 traffic (Update 2)

UPDATE 2: The Texas Department of Transportation says I-10 West should be back open by 11 p.m.

Sun Metro to test new Brio service on Sunday

Sun Metro is gearing up for a dry run of its new Brio rapid transit service in West El Paso, the first of its kind in the Sun City.

UTEP vs. Texas Tech: GameDay Guide

As El Pasoans and UTEP fans from all across the region descend upon the UTEP campus for the first home game of the season this week, you may need to prepare ahead of time before you plan to come to campus for tailgating.