El Paso

Person hit by vehicle near West El Paso hospital

A person was hit by a vehicle near a West El Paso hospital Saturday evening. Emergency crews were called to the intersection of El Paso Street and Rim Road, directly behind Las Palmas Medical Center, around 6:30 p.m.

Soccer program receives donation to help children in Segundo Barrio

A soccer program that helps under-privileged kids in the Sun City received a big donation today.

Man in critical condition after driving into ditch in Central El Paso

A man is fighting for his life after driving his car into a ditch late Friday night in Central El Paso. The accident happened just before midnight in the 1700 block of E. San Antonio Avenue.

Sun Metro to detour routes due to marathon Sunday morning

Sun Metro has announced it will detour a number of routes due to the marathon Sunday morning. 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.

Group seeking to save Lincoln Center seeks update from TxDOT

Efforts to save the historic Lincoln Center in South-Central El Paso continue. On Friday, the group spearheading those efforts spoke at a meeting of the Metropolitan Planning Organization.

El Paso lawmakers concerned about possible EPISD school closures

Several local lawmakers are worried about possible school closures in the El Paso Independent School District and are now taking their concerns to the state's education commissioner.

Border Patrol agents getting body cameras

An extra set of eyes may soon be watching your every move at the border. For the first time ever, some U.S. Border Patrol agents are being outfitted with body cameras.

The Journey: African American Experience

For the past three weeks, NewsChannel 9 has been taking a look at Black History Month with the Journey of local stories. This week, we hear from a UTEP Campus leader at the African American Studies Program.

WANTED: Convicted sex offender who has failed to register, cut off ankle monitor

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies are actively searching for a convicted sex offender who just got out of prison, but has failed to register as a sex offender and has also reportedly cut off his ankle monitor.

County searches for qualified County Tax Assessor-Collector

The County of El Paso is seeking qualified applicants to serve as County Tax Assessor-Collector. The application process is now open and closes on Friday, February 27, 2015.

Site releases rankings of best schools in Texas

Niche, a company providing reviews and rankings, has released their version of the top high schools in Texas.

Suspects in attempted Sonic Drive-in robbery apprehended

The two men suspected of attempting to rob a Las Cruces Sonic Drive-In, are now behind bars.

Wanted: Man who robbed Upper Valley store at gun point

Crime Stoppers of El Paso is hoping to identify a man who robbed an Upper Valley store at gunpoint last month, sparking a neighborhood-wide manhunt that ultimately proved unsuccessful.

NMSU student’s short film qualifies for Academy Award through festival selection

A short film made by New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute will be shown at a prestigious international film festival next month, qualifying it for an Academy Award.