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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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Shoppers line up for the biggest shopping day of the year

Shoppers waited in line at stores all across the Borderland this morning to scoop up some good deals.  According to  the nation retail federation, shoppers will spend an estimated $13 billion today.

Thanksgiving rescue: Two boys buried alive under 5 feet of snow in New York

Two little boys have something to be thankful for this year after they narrowly escaped being buried alive under a pile of snow in New York.

Texas Officials Debating How to Spend Prop 1 Money

Eighty percent of Texas voters approved a measure this month to increase transportation funding without raising taxes or fees.

Man who shot Mexican Consulate, federal courthouse, Austin police HQ killed

A man shot up a federal courthouse and a Mexican consulate -- which he also seemingly tried to set ablaze -- early Friday before being shot dead outside the Austin, Texas, police headquarters, that city's police chief said.

Small Business Saturday VS Black Friday: How does it measure up?

Small but mighty is one way to describe the post-Thanksgiving shopping day devoted to local businesses. Small business Saturday is a relatively new concept created by American Express in 2010.

Hanks HS students recognized for achieving 300 community service hours

Hanks High School seniors were recognized for achieving 300 community service hours or more. During first period, the students were called to the theater for the recognition and refreshments.

Crime Spot: Man seen on camera vandalizing central El Paso daycare

Detectives with El Paso Police Department and Crime Stoppers of El Paso are hoping to identify a man who reportedly  vandalized a central El Paso Daycare on Sunday, November 16, 2014.

Reel Review: 'Foxcatcher' and 'Birdman'

This is now officially awards season and with that and the films pouring in, the true "gems," on celluloid are coming to the surface.

Environmental Protection Agency proposes to limit emissions of ozone

We might see a decrease in smog causing pollutants thanks to the Environmental Protection Agency. 

Eagles roll Cowboys on Thanksgiving

The Philadelphia Eagles proved once again that Thanksgiving is their day, moving to 6-0 in games played on the holiday.

NMSU helps minority students succeed

A program designed to impact minority college students in New Mexico is celebrating its success.

Fort Bliss soldiers treated to Thanksgiving meals after returning from deployment

A group of Fort Bliss soldiers returning from deployment were able to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal Thursday, thanks to the El Maida Shrine Temple.

Thousands come out for annual Thanksgiving Celebration

Chris Doss thought he would be spending this Thanksgiving alone, until he found out about the Thanksgiving Celebration. 

Thanksgiving Sun Bowl parade fun

The Sun City truly lived up to its name today as thousands lined the sunny streets ready to enjoy this years Thanksgiving morning at The First Light Federal Credit Union Sun Bowl parade.