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Miner Mania pep rally kicks off UTEP centennial homecoming festivities

Miner Mania is officially underway in El Paso, and it started pretty early Wednesday morning.

Lighted arches illuminate downtown bridges

Drivers through Downtown El Paso may have noticed a much brighter commute overnight. Arches are beginning to illuminate the Downtown Bridges, as part of the ongoing TxDot I-10 renovation project.

UPDATE: Woman in Sunday evening crash dies

UPDATE: El Paso Police confirmed that 43-year-old Cynthia Mendoza has died as a result of injuries sustained in Sunday night's crash.

Mid-day robber: Man threatens clerk with boxcutter

Crime Stoppers need the community's assistance identifying a man who brazenly robbed a west El Paso Seven Eleven in broad daylight last week.

Early detection is the best protection

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It's an opportunity to increase awareness of the disease.

Community closet opens inside an El Paso Middle School

A new community closet is opening inside an El Paso Middle School hoping to give everyone a shot at success.

'Handful' of El Paso patients being tested for enterovirus 68

As the number of confirmed U.S. cases of enterovirus 68 climbed to 628 on Tuesday, El Paso health officials told NewsChannel 9 a “handful” of local patients are being tested for the illness.

'Hoarders' television show host warns of hoarding dangers among elderly

The expert from the television show, "Hoarders" was in El Paso Tuesday to talk about hoarding dangers among the elderly.  Cory Chalmers, the remediation expert and host of the A&E show, was the keynote speaker for the 7th ann

Sun Metro Brio will officially leave the station October 27

El Pasoans who have patiently watched as Sun Metro installed its new Brio Bus Stops all along Mesa Street and wondered when the buses will begin their routes along Mesa will only have to wait a few more weeks.

School consolidations? EPISD takes its facilities report to the public

El Paso's biggest but oldest school district has some big decisions in its future, like which of its aging campuses and facilities should stay, which should go, and which should be consolidated.

No jail time for former Ft. Bliss soldier charged with causing crash that killed Anthony, TX woman

Former Fort Bliss soldier Jacob McGuire, 23, will not see any jail time after he admitted he caused a crash that killed Leeza Lugo, 20, of Anthony, Texas.

Ebola not as big a health threat as portrayed, expert says

Even though the ebola outbreak is the worst in recent history, one local infectious disease expert says our fears in the borderland may be blown out of proportion.

UTEP Centennial Homecoming week is upon us

UTEP's Centennial Celebration Homecoming week is already in full swing in El Paso. The University is celebrating their Homecoming with several special events throughout the week.

EPPD: El Paso woman suspected of defrauding elderly client

Detectives with the El Paso Police Department's Financial Crimes Unit have charged 51-year-old Marivel De Santiago with several financial crimes after they say she forged documents of an elderly person she was caring for.  EPPD says th

El Paso Film Commissioner earns prestigious designation

El Paso's Film Commissioner, Susie Gaines received the title 'Certified Film Commissioner' over the weekend at the Association of Film Commissioners Internations (AFCI) Cineposium in New York City.