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Monday, December 22, 2014 - 12:09pm

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Magoffin Home holiday open house this weekend

You're invited to the Magoffine Home Visitors Center grand opening and holiday open house December 13.  Please join us for a joyful evening as the Magoffin Home comes alive with the sights and sounds of the season.

Bond reduced for teen allegedly involved in Central El Paso murder

El Paso Police have finally released the mugshots of the three teenagers who are accused of being involved in the death of 18-year-old Aaron Ochoa in a Central El Paso Parking lot in late October.

It's official! Lonestar set to perform at Hyundai Sun Bowl halftime

It's official: country music artists Lonestar will be the halftime performers at the 2014 Hyundai Sun Bowl.

El Paso PSB approves budget, 8% rate increase

El Paso's Public Service Board approved their $332 million proposed water budget for the 2015-16 year, but that budget will come at a price for El Pasoans.

EPISD: Principal Sharp returning to Irvin

El Paso ISD officials announced Wednesday morning that Laron Sharp will return to Irvin High School "effective immediately."

Healthy life, happy life recipes

Baked Apples with Cinnamon-Oat Topping Recipe Ingredients: - 2 medium sweet red apples (such as Gala or Braeburn) - 3 tablespoons finely chopped pecans (or substitute walnuts)

Fred Loya says annual light show is his 'Christmas gift' to El Paso, prize money will go to local charities

The Fred Loya light show is a holiday tradition in El Paso, and now the entire country is getting a glimpse of the amazing display, after the Loya home won the 2014 National Christmas Light Fight on ABC Monday night.

Autopsy report shows El Paso woman was stabbed close to two dozen times

An El Paso woman was stabbed close to two dozen times in October, by a man who also shot an El Paso police officer. That's according to an autopsy report just released.

'Go Canutillo!' posters let businesses show pride

Businesses throughout Canutillo are showing their support of the Canutillo High School Football Team by displaying the official Go Canutillo! poster on their doors and windows.

HopeLine® from Verizon donation helps CASA of El Paso aid survivors of domestic violence

CASA of El Paso, a non-profit agency serving El Paso families whose lives have been touched by the national epidemic of domestic violence, recently received a HopeLine from Verizon grant of $20,000 to expand its work.

Late Fall Thunderstorms slam Borderland

Update: According to El Paso Electric, power was restored to 2,389 customers in West El Paso at around 7:17p.m.   Original story:

EPCC Christmas Drive celebrates 6th year of giving

One local effort to make the holidays a little happier for poor children is now in its sixth year, and organizers say they still need your help.

Montwood Band to hold fundraiser for D-Day Parade trip

Montwood High School Marching Band has been invited to perform in the D-Day Parade in Normandy, France in June 2015.

First Ebola-monitored group released from Fort Bliss

As part of the United States' effort to prevent the Ebola virus from being introduced and transmitted to America, the Department of Defense announced October 31, 2014 that Fort Bliss had been chosen as a 21-day controlled monitoring install

HHS awards $124k in Affordable Care Act funding to three El Paso clinics

The United States Health and Human Services Services Department has awarded $1.8 million dollars in Affordable Care Act funding to a total of 66 health centers in Texas in order to recognize health center quality improvement achievements and in