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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 6:50am

El Paso

Boy found alone in park reunited with mother

A 3-year-old boy found at Washington Park Friday morning has been reunited with his mother in Mexico.

Workforce Solutions helps community find jobs

Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande will be hosting its Job-A-Thon this Wednesday, April 2nd, from 10 am to 7 pm.

Multi-agency sting leads to El Paso child porn arrest

The El Paso Police Department teamed with the local FBI Office and the Presque Isle, Maine Police Department in order to capture two men suspected of sharing child pornography.

Bishop Tom Brown's Word of Life Church turns 30

One of El Paso's most talked about and sometimes controversial churches turns 30 today. On April 1, 2984, then Pastor Tom Brown along with his wife, Sonia, founded the Word of Life Church in the Ascarate School.

UTEP student designs to appear in Sun Metro buses, Downtown transfer center

Pops of color and creative designs will delight thousands of Sun Metro’s daily patrons on the fixed-route buses and at the Downtown Transfer Center as the city’s bus service celebrates UTEP’s Centennial.

85-percent of uninsured El Pasoans ineligible for Obamacare

Monday is the last day to register for Obamacare -- and the push to insure El Paso residents has hit a snag.

Two children missing after home invasion found, mothers charged

Two Dona Ana County women have been placed under arrest and charged with child abuse after allegedly leaving their two children alone between 2:00 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. on Friday, March 28th.

Emergency assistance registry open to vulnerable residents

Those most vulnerable in a crisis can now register to get help.

Raising money for veterans with a little muscle

A stunning twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day.

EPPD identify victims of weekend stabbing

The El Paso Police Department has identified the victim of this weekend's deadly stabbing in El Paso's far east side as Julian Galvan, 19, of the 11500 block of Medowbrook.

Mayor Miyagishima recognized Veteran’s Years of Service

Mayor Ken Miyagishima celebrates the years of service completed by one of the members of the Las Cruces Veterans Advisory Board.

UTEP: Author Todd Miller to speak about new book

Author Todd Miller will talk about his new book, Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches from the Front Lines of Homeland Security, on Tuesday, April 1st, at Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, UTEP campus.

Silver Alert discontinued, elderly man found in Juarez

UPDATE: Francisco Reyes Ochoa, the man who went missing from his Northeast El Paso home, was located Sunday afternoon in Mexico.

Saluting a group of people taking a 'selfie'

Tuesday's Service Salute was sent in by Dustin Hart. He wanted to honor his supervisor, friend and hero.