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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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Brother of man accused of shooting El Paso police officer, woman, saw both before shootings

The brother of Frank Aparicio is providing some insight into the moments before Aparicio allegedly shot an El Paso police officer several times Monday night, and murdered an East El Paso woman, before turning the gun on himself.  Aparicio&

State Fights Release of Race Records

The Texas Department of Insurance is fighting The Texas Tribune’s request for records that could shed light on why it has failed to collect racial data on injured workers, despite a 1993 law that requires it.

Trick-or-treaters line up for Div. West’s first Fort Bliss Trunk-or-Treat

Ninjas, zombies, and princesses scurried from car-to-car collecting candy when two First Army Division West brigades co-hosted their first of planned annual Trunk-or-Treats at Fort Bliss on Friday.

Miners Set to Host Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational

The UTEP men’s golf team will host the third annual Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational this weekend (Oct. 24-26) at the Butterfield Trail Golf Club.

Gamboa indictment waiver details colleagues' involvement in EPISD scandal

Two former EPISD leaders have been named as co-conspirators in a case filed against another EPISD administrator in federal court.

NM State Faces ‘Runners and ‘Lopes on the Road

The New Mexico State volleyball team (11-8, 5-2 WAC) hits the road for the second time in Western Athletic Conference play this season as it travels to Bakersfield, Calif., and Phoenix, Ariz.

UTEP Soccer To Play Final Two Home Games Of Year This Weekend

The UTEP soccer team will look to send out its seniors in style with the final two home match-ups of the year set for this weekend. The Miners (10-5-2, 4-2-1 C-USA) will play host to Florida Atlantic at 7 p.m. MT Friday and FIU at 12 p.m.

Two workers dead at Lower Valley wastewater treatment plant

An investigation has been launched into a workplace accident that killed two men at an El Paso Water Utilities wastewater treatment plant Wednesday afternoon.

Two workers dead at Lower Valley wastewater treatment plant

An investigation has been launched into a workplace accident that killed two men at an El Paso Water Utilities wastewater treatment plant Wednesday afternoon.

Go Bond C could provide relief for outdated NMSU buildings

Students and officials at New Mexico State University are hoping for relief for outdated buildings and resources on campus, thanks to a proposed multi-million dollar bond. 

Disturbing dashcam: Texas officer shoots puppy

Sadly, the tape doesn't lie. Cleburne Police video shows an officer firing three shots at a seven-month-old pit bull wagging his tail. It's hard to watch.

Traffic Alert: TxDot to close two areas of I-10 overnight this week

TxDot would like to remind the public of two complete closures of I-10 overnight this week. SPALLING REPAIR PROJECT

Couple admits to role in international prostitution scheme

An El Paso couple faces up to 20-years in federal prison after pleading guilty to federal prostitution charges involving foreign or interstate travel.

EPPD Officer, murdered woman identified by police

El Paso Police have identified the people involved in the series of events that began with the drive-by shooting of an EPPD officer and ended in the suspect's suicide behind a Lower Valley business Tuesday morning.

Texas DPS on the lookout for violators of school bus traffic laws

More than 40,000 school buses transport 1.5 million Texas children every school day, according to the Texas Education Agency.