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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 10:42am

El Paso

Fire in south El Paso causes extensive damage

One person was treated for smoke inhalation after a blaze engulfed a home in the historic Magoffin neighborhood Wednesday morning.

Abortion provider to open doors in Las Cruces September 15

An Austin-based women's healthcare provider, Whole Woman's Health, will open its doors in Las Cruces September 15th. The new provider wil be the first abortion care facility in Las Cruces.

El Paso Firefighter presented with Star of Texas Award by Governor Perry

An El Paso firefighter, along with more than 30 others, was presented with the Star of Texas Award Wednesday in Austin.

Chihuahuas extend contract with San Diego Padres through 2016

The El Paso Chihuahuas have extended their Player Development Contract with the San Diego Padres for two more seasons, the team announced Wednesday morning.

Charles Ambler Named Dean of UTEP Graduate School

Ambler is a UTEP history professor who has taught courses on African history, the history of empires and U.S. history at the University since 1984.

Ride at center of bazaar accident was in compliance

The El Paso owner of the ride at the center of the freak accident at the St. Anthony's bazaar has a clean record with the state.

Socorro ISD accepting nominations for name of new Far East El Paso elementary school

A new elementary school in the Socorro Independent School District is scheduled to open in July 2015 near the Montana area in Far East El Paso and the school district is taking suggestions for a name.

Dona Ana County officials look into emergency response times, working to decrease wait

In an emergency situation, a minute can make all the difference between life and death. And some residents in rural areas in New Mexico claim they’re having to wait longer for emergency responders to arrive.

Jury selection for man accused of stabbing pregnant Fort Bliss wife set for Friday

The trial of the man who is accused of stabbing a pregnant Fort Bliss wife will get underway this Friday, September 5.

Arrest Affidavit: Brutal beating brought on after brother skipped work

An El Paso man who is accused of brutally beating his half-brother, ultimately causing his death allegedly became enraged with his brother after he skipped work, according to the arrest affidavit obtained Tuesday.

PREVIEW: UTEP Football 2014 season

There are 128 BCS football teams this season and every one of them will be in trouble if the starting quarterback is lost to injury. That’s true for all 128 teams but it carries significantly more weight at UTEP.

Athletic History of UTEP

Very few schools in the desert southwest have the athletic history quite like the University of Texas at El Paso, even the schools to the west in the much larger Pac-12 Conference.

Firefighters to be honored at Medal Day Ceremony

For outstanding service, a distinct group of firefighters will be honored in a Medal Day Ceremony on Thursday Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Chamizal National Memorial Theater located at 800 South San Marcial Street.

Details emerge on east El Paso's 'Montana Commons'

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Onix apartments take shape on El Paso's west side

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