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Labor Day Holiday schedule and closures

Labor Day Holiday Schedule -September 1, 2014 New Mexico Dona Ana County offices will be closed. Las Cruces, Anthony, and Gadsden ISD offices and schools will be closed.

Pro's Ranch Market changing names, giving away free groceries

A popular El Paso area grocery store is changing its name and giving away free groceries. Pro's Ranch Markets will become Los Altos Ranch Market starting next Wednesday.

UTEP Volleyball Loses To Seattle

UTEP fell in a three-setter (28-26, 25-23, 25-17) against Seattle University Friday afternoon in the Johnson Center. The Miners slip to 0-2 on the young campaign.

Sun City Music Festival begins at Ascarate Park

The Sun City Music Festival returns to El Paso for a fourth year Labor Day weekend. Headlining the two-day festival is electronic music DJ and producer, Tiesto on Saturday and David Guetta on Sunday.

Socorro ISD comments on Texas school funding being ruled unconstitutional

Thursday, a judge ruled the Texas school finance system is unconstitutional. Money was essentially being taken from schools in wealthier districts and given to those in poorer districts.

Doña Ana County treasurer asked to resign

The treasurer of Doña Ana County is being asked to resign. During a special meeting this morning, county commissioners voted to censure David Gutierrez, and to ask him to step down.

Silver Alert canceled for missing Horizon City man

UPDATE: Law Enforcement Officials tell us they have located Mr. Cisneros. It was unclear where he was located at, or his current health condition.

Federal Judge strikes down Texas abortion regulation

A federal judge on Friday struck down new requirements for Texas abortion facilities — a decision that could have shuttered all but a few abortion clinics in the state. The standards were set to go into effect Monday.

On Border, questions over National Guard Troops' needs

After media reports in the Rio Grande Valley suggested that some National Guard troops dispatched by Gov.

Taxpayer tab grows for Perry's defense

Gov. Rick Perry has billed taxpayers $133,000 to hire several lawyers to defend him against public corruption allegations, his office confirmed Friday.

SpaceX, Blue Origin compete for NASA contract

Two private space travel companies working to launch shuttles out of Texas are competing for the same NASA contract that is expected to be handed out in the coming weeks.

Analysis: To debate or not to debate?

Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott reneged on an agree

Search warrants executed on three Central El Paso bars

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission obtained warrants for three Central El Paso bars, which were executed with assistance from muliple law enforcement agencies late Thursday evening.

Boy calls police from inside carjacked SUV

A Houston boy is happy to be home after a frightening ride inside a carjacked vehicle. His actions helped police rescue him and other children who were in the car, Syan Rhodes has the story.

Ft. Hood shooter writes ISIS leader, asks to become 'citizen' of Islamic State

The Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood has written a letter to the leader of ISIS, asking to become a citizen of the Islamic State's caliphate, his attorney said Thursday.