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Friday, November 21, 2014 - 10:15am

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Fort Bliss identified as Ebola monitoring site for military returning from West Africa

Fort Bliss has been identified as one of five military installations that will host a 21-day controlled monitoring area for all military service members returning from Operation United Assistance, the effort against Ebola in West Africa.

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Write or email your letter to Santa and help make wishes come true

Macy's has teamed up with Make-A-Wish for the 7th annual "Believe" campaign.  For each letter sent to Santa, Macy's will donate to help make wishes come true for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

REPORT: President Obama to double US military forces in Iraq

President Barack Obama is sending up 1,500 more soldiers to Iraq to train Iraqi and Kurdish forces to fight ISIS, in a deployment that would bring the total number of American troops there to 2,900.

Men suspected of charging over $1,000 on cloned credit card sought by authorities

Crime Stoppers of El Paso are hoping to identify two men suspected of using a cloned credit card to make over a thousand dollars in purchases in East El Paso.

Authentic Italian dishes that are simple to make

Rigatoni alla Basilicata Ingredients: - 1 pound hot Italian sausage - 2 14 oz cans whole tomatoes - 1 cup half and half - 1/2 cup sweet peas

New app tracks food trucks in El Paso

For food truck lovers in the Borderland the thrill of the chase is over. There's an app for that called Food Chasers. Here's how it works..

Desert kingsnake slithers into KTSM studio for interview

A desert kingsnake accompanied El Paso Zoo keepers as part of Newschannel 9's 'What's New at the Zoo' segment Thursday night. Here are some facts: Desert kingsnake

Agencies gather for conference on crimes against children

Law enforcement in the county are gathering once again to keep our children safe.. The 16th Annual Crimes Against Children's Conference started Thursday morning at the El Paso County Juvenile Justice Center, 4600 Delta Dr.

No upgraded charges in infant bathtub-related death

A stepfather accused in the death of an infant boy this week will not see upgraded charges... Arturo Montes Jr., 21, is charged with injury to a child by omission.

Pizza Joint ready to open new Downtown location

Local El Paso pizza favorite, The Pizza Joint will be opening up a new location in Downtown El Paso on Friday.

Veterans Day: Area restaurants honor Veterans with free giveaways

Veteran's Day is held annually on November 11 to honor and celebrate the service of all military Veterans. The holiday was created by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919 as Armistice Day and was later declared an annual holiday by U.S.

Flags ordered to half-staff in honor of fallen Constable Robert White

The Governor's office has ordered state and national flags in El Paso County to be flown at half-staff on Friday, November 7, 2014 in honor of fallen Constable Robert White.

Tickets on sale for Breakfast at El Paso Zoo with Santa

Tis the season for festive fun at the El Paso Zoo.  Tickets are now on sale for Breakfast at the El Paso Zoo with Santa.