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Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 3:07pm

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Meteorologist shot outside central Texas television station

The search continues for the man who shot KCEN Meteorologist Patrick Crawford. Crawford was shot multiple times in the parking lot of the Eddy, Texas KCEN studios Wednesday morning. He remains in the hospital in stable condition.

YMCA Spends Quarter Million on New Equipment

The YMCA of El Paso is gearing up for the new year by is offering new programs and brand new equipment.     Locations: Loya Family YMCA, 2044 TRAWOOD Bowling Family, YMCA, 5509 WILL RUTH

Christmas events, sports and more!

STARTING FRIDAY Christmas Celebration Friday December 19 at 7 p.m. Sunday December 20 - Wednesday, December 24 at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Abundant Living Faith Center Free

Providence Memorial Hospital Applies for Medicare Dollars

     Providence Memorial Hospital is working to get Medicare funding.

Planned water outage for some Las Cruces residents

Some people in Las Cruces will be without water Thursday so crews can work on a new water main connection.

Fabens ISD will not close Early College program

Expected declining enrollment in the Fabens ISD Early College program has fueled rumors of the closing of Cotton Valley Early College High School. The Fabens school board made no decision Wednesday night, though.

Local cuban americans, businesses react to new U.S.-Cuban relations

Cubans in the Sun City are reacting to the implications President Obama's new diplomatic agreement will have on U.S.-Cuban relations politically, economically, and emotionally on families in both countries.

Miners In Albuquerque For New Mexico Bowl

It's only a four hour drive to Albuquerque from El Paso but that's a journey it took the UTEP football team five years to complete.  The Miners had their last practice at Glory Field on Wednesday and then made the bus ride to the D

Aggies "Un-Bearable" at Baylor

The nonconference road season came to an unmerciful end Wednesday night as the undermanned New Mexico State Aggies fell to the Big 12’s Baylor Bears 66-55.

Pet store donates toys to children in local hospital

This morning pediatric patients at Providence Children's Hospital received a "lucky" or a "chance". The plush toys are courtesy of Petsmart and their customers.

Pet store donates toys to children in local hospital

This morning pediatric patients at Providence Children's Hospital received a "lucky" or a "chance". The plush toys are courtesy of Petsmart and their customers.

Interns needed to help with Neon Desert Music Festival

Do you have what it takes to be an intern for the Neon Desert Music Festival? If so, you have until Friday to apply. Interns are needed for the following positions:

Medicare funding still in jeopardy for Providence Memorial Hopsital

Providence Memorial Hospital has another month to prove its meeting standards to receive medicare funding.

MISSING: Police believe missing man may be injured, a danger to himself

El Paso Police are asking the community for assistance locating a man who went missing from his Lower Valley home this morning.