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Sandbags available at Las Cruces Fire Stations

The National Weather Service is calling for a 60 percent chance of precipitation through Saturday night and 50 percent on Sunday. In the event of flooding, the Las Cruces Fire Department is making sandbags available to Las Cruces residents.

Rule changes address contraceptive devices

 

Surgeon General issues skin cancer warning

Five million people are treated for skin cancer every year, more than any other cancers combined. 

Texas teen burned in 'fire challenge'

Bored teenagers and social media add up to a painful outcome for a 14-year-old boy in Crosby, Texas.

Chicken Pox stalls Artesia deportations

A chicken pox outbreak has halted the deportation of more than 600 illegal immigrants housed at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico.

Rescue Mission to split three ways upon impending move

NewsChannel 9 has learned the El Paso Rescue Mission plans to split into three facilities when it moves in early 2016 in order to make way for the Loop 375 expansion.

Rescue Mission to split three ways upon impending move

NewsChannel 9 has learned the El Paso Rescue Mission plans to split into three facilities when it moves in early 2016 in order to make way for the Loop 375 expansion.

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FRIDAY Alfresco! Fridays August 1

Social work professor talks psyche of immigrant children

A professor in Social Work at the University of Texas at El Paso, who has interviewed some of the unaccompanied Central American children who've crossed the U.S. border, is speaking to NewsChannel 9 about the state of their psyches.

PAGA golf to hold tournaments in El Paso

The El Paso chapter of the Pan American Golf Association is one of forty three chapters scattered throughout nine states across the country.

Swearing in, retiring at MEPS – full cycle of service

More than 29 years ago, a well-timed phone call made by an Army recruiter started Tyrone Harris, human resources assistant at the El Paso, Texas, Military Entrance Processing Station, on his military journey.

NC9 Special Report: The Gender Games

We've all heard it before: Women are better communicators than men, they're more organized, sensitive, and emotional.

Native El Pasoan appointed to lead EP Electric's public affairs dept.

The El Paso Electric Board of Directors announced Eduardo Gutierrez as the new President of External and Public Affairs. 

Chicken pox outbreak halts deportations in Artesia

No undocumented immigrants are being allowed into or out of an immigration facility in Artesia,

Deputy City Manager selected for top position in California

Another city leader is likely leaving El Paso.