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UTEP Soccer Has Home Game

The UTEP soccer team will face a fierce test with home match-ups against Conference USA leaders North Texas (7 p.m. MT Friday) and Rice (1 p.m. MT Sunday) at University Field this weekend.

Man dies in Canutillo rollover

A man is dead after his vehicle rolled over on Vinton Ave. in Canutillo Tuesday afternoon.

Authorities investigating West El Paso convenience store robbery

El Paso Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at a West El Paso convenience store.

Soil study at Fort Bliss to begin this week

State Representative Joe Moody's office has paired with researchers from the University of Texas at El Paso to visit Ft.

Rio Grande cutthroat trout no longer an endangered species candidate

New Mexico’s state fish, the Rio Grande cutthroat trout, no longer is a candidate for listing under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday.

Ebola: Tracking the patient

The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States continues to receive treatment from a team of experts inside Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

Ebola: Containing the virus

The first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the United States continues to receive treatment from a team of experts inside Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

Popular downtown restaurant Kipp's to close its doors

A popular Downtown eatery is closing its doors for good at the end of this week. Kipp's Cheesesteak, which opened four and a half years ago, announced that it will be closing their doors for good on Friday.

Austin mulls regulations for Uber, Lyft

The battle lines were clearly drawn at a tense City Council meeting one evening last week in Austin.

Could work-study jobs, Section 8 Housing help Students?

Longtime University of Texas at Brownsville President Juliet García — currently focused on creating a new academic institute in South Texas — is proposing two innovative ways to increase retention and completion among at-risk

Report: Abortion restrictions tied to poor health

States that put tight restrictions on abortion generally perform worse on women’s and children’s health outcomes, according to a new report released by the Center for Reproductive Rights and Ibis Reproductive Health, both groups tha

Honoring one of our nation's heroes

Wednesday's Service Salute was sent in by Robert Guile. He wanted to honor his son, AO2 Ryan L. Guile.

Job seekers, listen up! Here's a chance to find employment

If you're looking for a job, you're in luck. Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande is hosting a Career Expo.

Tourist center begins shuttle service and guided trips to Juarez

If you've wanted to visit Juarez but want to travel there with a group, you're in luck. The official Juarez Tourist Information Center in El Paso is starting shuttle service to the city and is even offering guided tours.

News Story Boy pedals through El Paso to raise money, awareness about children's cancer has been updated. View Edit B

A 9-year-old boy is on a journey of a lifetime, trying to save the lives of other children. C.J. Burford is pedaling his way across the entire country to raise money and awareness for children diagnosed with cancer.