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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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Sharing the Fight: Part 3

This is part of a five-part special report. For the original story, click HERE.  

Sharing the Fight: Part 2

This is part of a five-part special report. For the original story, click HERE.  

Police ID man killed in Lower Valley pedestrian accident

El Paso Police say that 36-year-old Mario Murillo was killed when a 2003 purple Chrysler PT Cruiser driven by a 21-year-old woman ran over him as he laid in the road on Alameda early Friday morning.

Crime Stoppers hope to ID thieves who hit motorcycle dealership two days in a row

El Paso Crime Stoppers are hoping to identify two men suspected of breaking into a Central El Paso motorcycle dealership and stealing more than $14,000 from the business over two nights.

The Color Run to brighten El Paso Saturday

To so-called "Happiest 5K on the Planet" comes to the Sun City Saturday.  The Color Run is one of the largest event series in the United States and is the original paint race.

City Magazine finalist for national award

An El Paso magazine is a finalist for a national award. The Eddie and Ozzie Awards honor the biggest and most influential titles in the magazine industry.

Reel Review: 'Big Hero 6' vs. 'Interstellar'

This is reportedly Oscar season. This is the time right before the Thanksgiving Holidays that the serious films begin to emerge. "Interstellar," starring Matthew McConaughey has been touted as one of those films.

Let's Cook El Paso: Recipes from Nuovo Cappetto

Spaghetti with Crab, Asparagus, and Sun-Dried Tomatoes Ingredients: 1/4 cup olive oil 3 garlic cloves, minced 2-1/2 cups chopped tomatoes

Honoring a WWII veteran for Service Salute

Friday's Service Salute was sent in by Liza Reilly. The photo is of her grandfather Jose Ricardo Gonzales. He was born in Tornillo, Texas in 1927. He passed away in June of 2014.

Help celebrate World Diabetes Day by wearing blue

Two local organizations want you to wear blue for a good cause.

Protest held in Downtown El Paso over missing Mexican students

A protest was held this afternoon in Downtown El Paso in support of the 43 missing students in Mexico.

Dancy named Acting Director of El Paso VA

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced the detail of Mr. Pete Dancy as the Acting Director of the El Paso VA Health Care System effective November 17, 2014. The detail is expected to last up to 120 days. He replaces Mr.

Teens arrested in connection to September burglary

A pair of El Paso teens were arrested for allegedly burglarizing a home in the Upper Valley in early September.

El Paso mother says lack of information from Providence after TB exposure only made situation worse

It has been nearly two months since the El Paso community first found out about the Tuberculosis exposure in the nursery at Providence Memorial Hospital. Since then, most of the 860 babies affected have been tested.

Floats get "Video-game mania" theme for 78th Sun Bowl Parade

Volunteers are hard at work polishing the jewels in the 78 year tradition that is the Sun Bowl Parade.Sunbowl S