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One third of Americans have delinquent debt

Whether it's from credit card bills, mortgages, student loans, or even an unpaid parking ticket, 

Doña Ana County hosts school supply drive

School starts next week in Doña Ana County, and County Manager Julia T. Brown wants to ensure that each student goes to class fully prepared. That’s why there is a school-supply drive underway that runs through Aug.

Local heroes want to see the hero in you

This weekend, you can help pick the top law enforcement agency in the borderland at the annual Battle of the Badges blood drive hosted by United Blood Services.

Three people taken to hospital after rollover crash

An overnight rollover crash sent three people to the hospital.

Documents lay out plans location for proposed Clint immigrant facility

NewsChannel 9 was able to get hold of an application filed by the group proposing to build a large facility in Clint to house thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children.

Documents lay out plans location for proposed Clint immigrant facility

NewsChannel 9 was able to get hold of an application filed by the group proposing to build a large facility in Clint to house thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children.

El Paso City Council approves new rules for halfway houses

El Paso City Council approved new rules for halfway houses Tuesday. The new ordinance requires halfway houses to apply for a special permit every two years, which would allow for community input.

Congressman's quick-thinking saves toddler on plane

San Antonio toddler Cash Flippen, 3, has quite the story to tell when he's older about the time a congressman saved his life.

Congressman's quick-thinking saves toddler on plane

San Antonio toddler Cash Flippen, 3, has quite the story to tell when he's older about the time a congressman saved his life.

State representative fighting trolley project

It's full steam ahead on a plan to bring trolleys back to the Sun City, although a Texas lawmaker is fighting it. State Representative Joe Pickett sent a letter to his constituents expressing his reservations.

House of Hope to hold annual 5K

You may have driven by it without even realizing it, but House of Hope has been providing just that to numerous women in our community since 2002.

Rain hits El Paso

Rain pounded parts of the borderland overnight -- and some residents saw flooding.

Convicted teen murderer awaiting sentence

A convicted teen murderer could spend the rest of his life in prison. The jury in 19-year-old Juan Gonzalez's murder trial are now deciding just how much time he will spend behind bars.

Woman hopes to remind parents to not leave kids in cars with decal

An El Paso woman is making it her mission to make sure no more children are left behind in hot cars. Tuesday, El Paso City Council recognized Hortencia Chavez's “Do Not Forget Me” campaign that is selling window decals.

Police: East Texas man sets girlfriend on fire

An East Texas man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly setting his girlfriend on fire.