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Pedestrian killed by train in South Central El Paso

Special Traffic Investigators with the El Paso Police are investigating a deadly train vs. pedestrian crash in South Central El Paso.

Final Gubernatorial debate looms in Dallas

Democrat Wendy Davis has one more chance to share a debate stage with the Republican front-runner in the race for Texas governor, and if the recent past is any guide, she’ll

Davis accuses Abbott of grant fund 'cover-up'

*This story has been updated throughout to include a response from the office of Attorney General Greg Abbott.

Immigrant sanctuary effort may head to Texas

Faith-based leaders in Texas could be asked to open their churches and other places of worship to undocumented immigrants at risk for deportation as part of a growing national movement.

Shopping for jewelry to benefit a worthy cause

You are invited to attend a special event that will help benefit Center Against Family Violence, a shelter for survivors of domestic violence. Lend Us Your Ear is a fun evening of cocktails, food and jewelry shopping.

Dallas hospital isolates patient over possibility of Ebola

A Dallas hospital has isolated a patient to be tested for the deadly Ebola virus, hospital officials confirmed Monday.

Mass held to honor service, sacrifice of law enforcement officers

Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day, and those killed in the line of duty were remembered at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Central El Paso Monday.

In Debate, Patrick and Van de Putte Spar Over Taxes

In the only scheduled debate in their race for lieutenant governor, state Sens.

Doctors: Think twice about 'the pill' for teen birth control

When it comes to effective birth control for teens, "the pill" might be considered a reproductive relic.

Doctors: Think twice about 'the pill' for teen birth control

When it comes to effective birth control for teens, "the pill" might be considered a reproductive relic.

Vehicles still in water, abandoned after recent floods in El Paso

Days later, several cars are still under water or have been abandoned after being swept into Pico Norte Park by floodwater. The area is near Eastwood Middle School in east El Paso. 

Learn more about role of CBP agents at special academy

El Paso is home to more law enforcement officers than most all other cities in the country, and many of them belong to U.S. Border Patrol. And if you've ever wondered what those agents do, you're in luck.

Three El Pasoans honored for saving woman from flood

It takes a lot to deserve the title of "hero," but two El Paso teachers, and one of our own, Newschannel 9 photographer, Mike Wilburn, were recognized as heroes today.

Beau's Best: Week 5 top high school football plays!

Check out Beau's Best, the top plays from week 5 of the high school football season... tune in!

LCPD: Men rob home with baseball bats, lead police on chase

Three men are facing charges in connection with a pair of aggravated robberies that ended in a high-speed chase at speeds of over 100 miles-per-hour early Sunday morning.