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Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 12:36pm

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Want to take your teacher a back-to-school treat?

Back to School Apple Cupcakes Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon fine salt 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Two people injured in motorcycle crash

Two people were taken to the hospital following a serious motorcycle crash in East El Paso.

TxDOT plans to research futuristic tech

    The state could fund research into self-driving cars, jet packs and hover cars if a new proposal by the Texas Department of Transportation is funded.

New Mexico's tax free weekend is underway

Back to school shopping means spending some big bucks, but those in New Mexico have the chance to save some money this weekend.  New Mexico's 10th annual tax free weekend runs from Friday to Sunday.

Local church cleanup from Monday storms continues as a second round of heavy rains heads to the area

Monsoon storms have rolled through the Borderland and the inch of rain that hit Las Cruces on Monday was enough to flood the basement of one local church in Doña Ana County.

El Paso Catholic Bishop discusses immigration influx

The U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to start debating a $2.7 billion emergency bill aimed at addressing the surge of unaccompanied children crossing our border.

Rain damaging roofs, halting repairs

Not only have monsoon season storms caused dangerous and expensive leaks throughout the Borderland, they're also making it impossible for construction crews to work on roof repairs.

Cowboys RB Murray headed to Sun City

A Dallas Cowboy will be coming to El Paso next year.

Is El Paso seeing a spike in health problems because of undocumented immigrants?

A spokesperson for El Paso's Border Patrol Union says 153 undocumented immigrants have been admitted to area hospitals in recent months, and that's not counting admissions in the past two weeks.

USO El Paso donates lunch to service members

Combined efforts between USO El Paso, Subway and volunteers from ADP company, resulted in free lunch for Reserve and National Guard service members currently mobilized and training at Forward Operating Base Westbrook July 17.

Army family members find the ‘range’ at McGregor

The Family Readiness Group of Battery C, 2nd Battalion, “Warrior” Battalion, 43rd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 11th ADA, “Imperial” Brigade, in coordination with the battalion and brigade command teams invited family

NMSU football media day, plus Aggie Memorial field update

The New Mexico State football team opened its 2014 fall camp, Friday, Aug. 1, at the football practice field at 3:00 p.m.

Two new sports fields completed in East El Paso

Local leaders celebrated the completion of two sports fields in East El Paso Thursday. The two lighted fields are located near the baseball field at Blackie Chesher Park, and were built at a cost of about $1 million.

Texas Medical Board disciplines two area doctors

The Texas Medical Board released their July  2014 disciplinary actions report which shows one El Paso doctor is facing actions related to physician patient communication and alleged misuse of hospital equipment.

McNally named Socorro boys basketball coach

Socorro High School needed a boys basketball varsity head coach, and they didn't have to look far...