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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

El Paso

Bowie HS teacher dies in Hudspeth County Jail

Robert Flores, a longtime Bowie English teacher, died while in the Hudspeth County Jail after an alleged public intoxication arrest earlier in the afternoon Tuesday.

Man identified in Far East El Paso suspicious death

Police have identified the man killed overnight Wednesday as 36-year-old Edgar Lespron of El Paso.

Odessa man arrested for allegedly stealing EPPD bait truck

A west Texas man was arrested in Downtown El Paso Tuesday afternoon after he allegedly took the bait, and stole a truck planted by El Paso Police in order to catch vehicle thieves.

GRO El Paso: Free event celebrates community, culture and sustainability

The US Green Building Council in coordination with the Office of Senator Jose Rodriguez invites El Paso to a one-day sustainability outreach event called GRO (Growth, Resiliency and Opportunity).

Sierra-Providence Hospitals collecting food for Veterans food pantry

The Sierra Providence Health Network is holding a food drive for the Veterans Food Pantry in Central El Paso.  The pantry served 175 veterans in El Paso in October, an increase of 130 in September.

El Paso area butchers compete in National Meat Cutting Challenge

Four Borderland men are competing against butchers from around the country in the first round of a National Meat Cutting Challenge, presented by A1 in Phoenix, Arizona this Friday.

Honoring four local retired military veterans

Wednesday's Service Salute was sent in by Donna Johnson.

On Veterans Day, a check-in with El Paso's homeless vets

As the nation honored its veterans with speeches, ceremonies and parades, NewsChannel 9 spoke with homeless veterans living at a small camp near the Rescue Mission of El Paso. Homeless, by their own choice, they told us.

Aspiring filmmaker's movie could help fund an autism charter school in El Paso

Robert de la Rosa, a young man with autism, wrote a film called "ROOBIE ROOKIE" and now a documentary film about Rosa's journey needs your help.

South Central El Paso park remodeled

A South Central El Paso park is looking better than ever.

Abortion clinic reopens after court ruling ordering closure

Weeks after a court ruling forced a local abortion clinic to close its doors, Hilltop Reproductive Services has now reopened. NewsChannel 9 photographers spotted patients walking out of the clinic Monday morning.

VA chief announces restructuring; El Paso congressman weighs in

The Secretary of Veterans Affairs announced Monday a massive restructuring of the department in the wake of a scandal that left more than a hundred thousand veterans waiting for health care.

EPCSO: Woman's body found near Anthony remains unidentified

El Paso County Sheriff's Officials are once again asking anyone in the community to come forward so they can help solve a mystery surrounding a woman's death.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Crash at I-10 East at Sunland Park, traffic down to one lane

A crash was reported just after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon on I-10 east before the Sunland Park exit.