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Police searching for teens accused of vandalizing Downtown building

Crime Stoppers is searching for a group of alleged graffiti artists accused of vandalizing a building in Downtown El Paso.

EPPD investigating murder on El Paso's far east side

Detectives from El Paso's Police Department are at the scene of a murder on El Paso's far east side this morning.

EPPD: Two people stabbed by man waiting for cab

Two people were stabbed early Saturday morning after a man became irate while waiting for a cab, according to El Paso Police.

EP Electric repairs to keep NewsChannel 9 off-air overnight Sunday

Many of our viewers may remember a little run-in with a ring-tail cat back in November.

EPPD find parents of 3-year-old boy found alone at Washington Park

  UPDATE: El Paso Police have located the parents of a 3-year-old boy who was found at Washington Park Friday morning.

Woman, 11-month-old seriously injured in NE crash

Two people were seriously injured in a serious two-vehicle crash in Northeast El Paso around 11:45 p.m. Thursday night.

Man arrested for possession of cocaine, marijuana during traffic stop

El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a 23-year-old man for possession of narcotics after he appeared nervous during a routing traffic stop.

EPA air permit issued to build new power station

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the greenhouse gas (GHG) permit for El Paso Electric’s (EPE) Montana Power Station in Far East El Paso, which will become effective 30 days from the date of issuance unless it is appealed.<

Saluting the 501 Brigade at Fort Bliss

Friday's Service Salute was sent in by Nallely Venutra. She wanted to honor her brother, Francisco Hernandez, as well as military members from the 501 Brigade over at Fort Bliss. 

Man seriously injured after stabbing near night club

A man was rushed to the hospital after a stabbing in Downtown El Paso. The incident happened near a night club around 2:15 a.m. Friday near Mesa and Missouri.

New Texas law aims to increase college enrollment rates

A startling statistic – a study finds more than a third of all US high school graduates - - aren't prepared for college. But a new Texas law aims to change that.

Mental health crisis center opens

A crisis center for mental health patients opened its doors Thursday.

CBP nabs Meth at Port of Entry

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers and U.S. Border Patrol agents seized 6.1 pounds of methamphetamine at the Paso Del Norte port of entry.

El Paso Children's Hospital awarded $2,500 grant

El Paso Children’s Hospital Foundation was awarded a $2,500 grant from United Way of El Paso to support the Therapeutic Arts Program for pediatric oncology patients at El Paso Children’s Hospital.

UTEP to host centennial open house

In honor of its 100-year anniversary, The University of Texas at El Paso invites the Paso del Norte community to join in a campus-wide open house and celebration spanning three days, April 10-12.