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Man charged with possession of child pornography in ongoing investigation

The El Paso Police Departments' Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Unit have arrested and charged a 29-year-old El Paso man with Possession of Child Pornography as a result of an ongoing investigation into his alleged involvement o

68 Ebola mission service members arrive at Fort Bliss

The first group of service members returning from the Ebola mission in West Africa arrived at Fort Bliss Tuesday afternoon.

EPCSO: Pregnant woman, toddler found with signs of carbon monoxide poisoning

Two Canutillo residents narrowly escaped a serious medical emergency this morning after emergency crews responded to to find carbon monoxide filling up their home.

YISD: Sibling of East Point Elementary student under Ebola watch

Ysleta Independent School District officials confirm that a sibling of a student at East Point Elementary in El Paso's east side is currently under an Ebola virus watch by the El Paso Department of Public Health.

New pedestrian bridge a homerun among residents

It may look messy now, but in just a few short months Martin Bartlett, City Spokesman for the Enginerring and Construction Department, says this area will transform into a bridge that connects Southwest University Ballpark to multiple downtown

Horizon City Christmas parade organizers seek participants

The Eastlake Lions Club wants you to participate in the 2014 Christmas Tree Lighting and Horizon City Christmas Parade. This year's theme is "Christmas in Peace; Peace in the Family and Peace in the Community."

EPISD Board of Managers votes to extend lease at central El Paso headquarters

The El Paso Independent School District Board of Managers voted to extend their lease with the City of El Paso for their central office headquarters on Boeing Drive through April 2017 at the district board meeting Monday night.

Healthy recipes for National Healthy Eating Day

Wednesday November 5 was National Healthy Eating Day. In honor of the day, Sierra Providence Health Network teamed up with the American Heart Association to promote healthier eating. .

Toddler found by himself on West El Paso street

A toddler was found wandering west El Paso by himself Tuesday morning.

Local artist featured in the New York Times

37-year-old Jesus Alvarado, also known as Cimi, was featured in The New York Times over the weekend. The Times article mentioned his mural "El Corrido Del Segundo Barrio"

Baby T-rex visits Newschannel 9 to promote 'Walking with Dinosaurs- The Arena Spectacular'

After a worldwide tour seen by over 8 million people in 217 cities, the stunning theatrical event 'Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular' is coming to the Sun City.

Wall collapses on firemen during massive South-Central blaze

A massive fire in South Central El Paso snarled traffic and forced the evacuation of an elementary school Monday afternoon.

UTEP Professor awarded Córdova-Puchot Scholar of the Year Award

Richard Pineda, Ph.D., director of the Sam Donaldson Center for Communication Studies and associate professor of communication at UTEP, has been awarded the 2014 Córdova-Puchot Scholar of the Year Award from the Latina/o Communication St

Commissioners to fill vacancy caused by constable's murder in 30 days

County Commissioners met behind closed doors in executive session to talk about how to fill the late Constable Robert White's seat.

Bond reduced for man accused of stabbing teen at LC house party

A District Judge reduced the bond for the man accused of stabbing a Las Cruces teen to death during a house party in October from $100,000 to $15,000. .