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Five new West Nile cases reported in El Paso

Five new cases of West Nile were confirmed through the City of El Paso Department of Health last week, bringing the total of cases in 2014 to eleven.

El Pasoan a finalist in National Parks photo contest

An El Paso native is one of finalists in a nationwide National Parks photography contest running through September 26th on their website.

Man with El Paso ties wanted in connection with Colorado toddler's death

Colorado Springs Police are asking for the public's help locating a man wanted in connection to the death of a 2-year-old child that has El Paso connections.

Healthy dessert that won't affect your waistline

We all know dessert can be yummy but it can also be full of calories but there is a way to satisfy those cravings while maintaining your waistline. Here are two healthy treats to satisfy your hunger:

Socorro City Council member Joseph 'Chito' Bowling passes away at age 83

Socorro City Council Member, Joseph E. "Chito" Bowling passed away overnight according to a representative with the City of Socorro, he was 83.

Homeless shelter zoning ordinance approved

City council has approved a new ordinance limiting where homeless shelters can call home. Initially, council wanted to keep all halfway houses and homeless shelters at least 1,000 feet away from schools daycares and churches.

El Paso teacher wins $2,000 grant for innovative teaching

An El Paso teacher won a $2,000 grant for his innovative teaching approach. Travis Duckworth from El Paso Academy High School is one of four teachers in the state to be selected for the 2014 Voya Unsung Heroes Award.

Fort Bliss commander reiterates security hike not tied to ISIS rumors

The commanding general of Fort Bliss wants to make it clear that the recent security changes on post are not the result of any specific threat, though he admits the timing isn't helpful.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Rollover on I-10 east near Schuster

Emergency crews are reporting to an apparent rollover on I-10 east near Schuster. The emergency call went out at 3:41 p.m. and is currently backing up traffic heading east for several miles.

El Pasoan, San Francisco 49er faithful fan featured on 49ers web series

An El Paso veteran and San Francisco 49er fan was featured on the 49ers website earlier this week in a 22-minute web feature titled 'The Faithful: The Solider's Letter' after giving his Purple Heart award to the team as a gesture of

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.