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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

El Paso

Getting you ready to head back to school with easy, healthy meals

We all know that school days can be busy, with everything from homework to parents at work. There’s not always time to make a hearty meal, but there are ways to make a healthy dinner even with all the rush. SIMPLE RECIPES:

UPDATE: Woman hit by vehicle has life threatening injuries

UPDATE: A woman is hospitalized with life threatening injuries early this morning at the intersection of Lee Trevinio and Edgemer at aroun 5:45 a.m.

Homeless shelter zoning ordinance introduced at council

El Paso city council reintroduced an ordinance limiting where homeless shelters can stand.

City of El Paso approves FY 2015 budget, no cuts

Homeowners expect to pay $26 more for property taxes. The City Of El Paso officially adopted a $826-million budget for Fiscal Year 2015.

EPPD investigating the discovery of body behind Lower Valley lounge

El Paso Police are investigating the discovery of a body behind a Lower Valley lounge Tuesday morning.

Las Cruces man recovering after baggie of heroin allegedly bursts while in custody

A Las Cruces man is back in the medical wing of the Dona Ana County Detention Center this afternoon after he was hospitalized last Thursday evening when he was found unresponsive in a jail cell.

Meet the El Paso Chihuahuas 'Super Usher'

Before El Paso's boys of summer call it a season, a belated introduction to the man who's quickly become a bit of a legend at Southwest University Park. Just ask anyone up in sections 211 and 212.

El Paso ISD tax rate to hold steady

As El Paso's city council mulls its own proposed property tax rate hike, the city's largest school district tells NewsChannel 9 it's staying the course.

El Paso man accused of stabbing, killing wife tried to kill self after alleged murder

An arrest affidavit into Saturday's murder investigation reveals what happened moments after Isaac Duarte, 74, allegedly stabbed and killed his wife Maria Duarte, 66.

El Paso man accused of stabbing, killing wife tried to kill self after alleged murder

An arrest affidavit into Saturday's murder investigation reveals what happened moments after Isaac Duarte, 74, allegedly stabbed and killed his wife Maria Duarte, 66.

1 in 8 residents rely on food pantries: El Pasoans Fighting Hunger releases new study

The face of hunger is changing in El Paso. One in eight people in El Paso County rely on food pantries -- this according to a newly released study by El Pasoans Fighting Hunger.

TRAFFIC ALERT: 5-car pileup on I-10 west snarls traffic

El Paso has seen a fair share of traffic accidents in the same area of I-10 westbound the past few weeks, this afternoon is no exception.

EPISD teacher begins fifth term as Texas Classroom Teachers Association district director

Margaret Cordova, a second-grade teacher at EPISD's Fannin Elementary School began her fifth term as the Texas Classroom Teachers Association district director on August 1, 2014.

Preparation is key for healthy kids' lunches

This morning, we kicked off our Back to School week with information about healthy lunches for your kiddos! Joining us from New You fitness is our Health and Fitness expert Lizzie Martinez.

Man wanted for abandoning and endangering a child

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies are looking for a man wanted for abandoning and endangering a child.