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Glitches threaten ACA coverage for some immigrants

 

New apps help fight bullying

The U.S. Department of Education is taking a new approach to stop bullying. They've launched a new app called "Know Bullying" which helps parents spot warning signs, and talk to their kids about the topic.  

'Discover the Dinosaurs' Ticket Giveaway Contest Rules

KTSM-TV, El Paso, TX - “NC9 Today Discovering the Dinosaurs Ticket Giveaway” Official Contest Rules

Creative, cute snacks that any child will enjoy!

Do your kids love junk food? Do they avoid eating fruits and veggies? This may be a solution. Here are some creative and simple ways to dress up healthy food. Your kids won't even realize they are eating healthy.

Movies, music, and dinosaurs? Find out what's happening this weekend

FRIDAY Alfresco! Fridays August 22 6 p.m.  Convention Center Plaza Band: Abe Mac Band

Two people killed in Far East El Paso car crash

El Paso Police are investigating a deadly car crash in Far East El Paso. The crash happened around 9:15 p.m. Wednesday on I-10 West near Joe Battle. Police said several vehicles were involved including a semi-truck.

Chihuahuas defeat the Red Hawks, 2-1

El Paso second baseman Taylor Lindsey made a diving play to preserve a late lead, leave a runner on in scoring position and end the bottom of the eighth inning in the Chihuahuas 2-1 win in Oklahoma City Wednesday night.

A look back at former Miner Dorenbos' 'Magic Man' days

Jon Dorenbos was a Miner long snapper and linebacker for UTEP from 2001 to 2003, coming to El Paso from Southern California by the way of Seattle.  He helped get past the death of his mother at a young age by jumping head first into magic.

El Paso’s sheriff against ‘militarization’ of local law enforcement

The violent clashes between police and protesters in Ferguson have many debating what some refer to as the ‘militarization’ of local law enforcement.

El Paso’s sheriff against ‘militarization’ of local law enforcement

The violent clashes between police and protesters in Ferguson have many debating what some refer to as the ‘militarization’ of local law enforcement.

Parents push for new athletic policies after lightning injures six at Picacho football practice

Hunter Keffer, 13, remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday night, after he and five others were struck by lightning during football practice at Picacho Middle School in Las Cruces the previous evening.

Former Aggie Sim Bhullar celebrates Indian Heritage in NYC with Kings owner

Former Aggie Sim Bhullar made his first official appearance as a member of the Sacramento Kings this week celebrating Indian Heritage in New York City with his owner, Vivek Ranadivé, a native of India.

Americas' Q Drennan commits to New Mexico

All it took was one visit to Albuquerque and the campus at the University of New Mexico for Q Drennan to know where he would continue his collegiate career.

Local organization provides school supplies for children at El Paso Salvation Army

The El Paso Federal Executive Association adopted 47 school-aged children living at the Salvation Army's Family Center.

Irrigation season coming to end, area farmers preparing

The end of irrigation season for farmers means a more expenses. Water from Caballo Dam, which is downstream of Elephant Butte will be shut of this Saturday.