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Man charged with possession of child pornography in ongoing investigation

The El Paso Police Departments' Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Unit have arrested and charged a 29-year-old El Paso man with Possession of Child Pornography as a result of an ongoing investigation into his alleged involvement o

68 Ebola mission service members arrive at Fort Bliss

The first group of service members returning from the Ebola mission in West Africa arrived at Fort Bliss Tuesday afternoon.

68 Ebola mission service members arrive at Fort Bliss

The first group of service members returning from the Ebola mission in West Africa arrived at Fort Bliss Tuesday afternoon.

EPCSO: Pregnant woman, toddler found with signs of carbon monoxide poisoning

Two Canutillo residents narrowly escaped a serious medical emergency this morning after emergency crews responded to to find carbon monoxide filling up their home.

YISD: Sibling of East Point Elementary student under Ebola watch

Ysleta Independent School District officials confirm that a sibling of a student at East Point Elementary in El Paso's east side is currently under an Ebola virus watch by the El Paso Department of Public Health.

UTEP outside hitter named to the All-CUSA Freshman Team

UTEP volleyball's Coline Coessens was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team, as announced byleague officials on Tuesday.

UTEP sophomore garners national accolade

Aaron Jones was named Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week Honorable Mention on Tuesday.

Texas A&M bonfire collapse: Remembering the fallen

Fifteen years ago, a dozen people were killed and 27 more injured in the Texas A&M bonfire collapse. The tradition was held on campus to represent the student bodies' desire to beat the University of Texas in football.

Aggies fall to Gaels, 83-71

For the second straight game New Mexico State dug itself a first half hole that it couldn’t climb out of, as the Aggies dropped an 83-71 decision at Saint Mary’s early Tuesday morning as part of the ESPN Tipoff Marathon.

Miners sign five for softball

UTEP softball head coach Tobin Echo-Hawk announced five additions to the program on Tuesday.

Textbook battles heat up as SBOE approval nears

A conservative grassroots group formed by a San Antonio man with ties to a national anti-Muslim organization has made a late entry into debate over new social studies textbooks for Texas schools, which are

New pedestrian bridge a homerun among residents

It may look messy now, but in just a few short months Martin Bartlett, City Spokesman for the Enginerring and Construction Department, says this area will transform into a bridge that connects Southwest University Ballpark to multiple downtown

Horizon City Christmas parade organizers seek participants

The Eastlake Lions Club wants you to participate in the 2014 Christmas Tree Lighting and Horizon City Christmas Parade. This year's theme is "Christmas in Peace; Peace in the Family and Peace in the Community."

Matinee of "A Tuna Christmas" to benefit HSSNM

A special matinee showing of "A Tuna Christmas" will benefit the Humane Society of Southern New Mexico.