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For the love of the game: Three El Paso football players overcome deafening disability

High school football is a long standing tradition in Texas, and also in the Borderland.

Union wants investigation of probation department, says man found burned in a downtown building was a probationer

An El Paso correctional facility is facing several new accusations. One of them, a probationer vanishes and ends up dead.

Several New Mexico transportation workers fired after rowdy party

It started as an annual convention and turned into an out of control party - a gathering of state Department of Transportation workers in Roswell got rowdy, and now a few of them are former state Department of Transportation workers because of

City council feud costing the city thousands

A couple of El Paso city council representatives just can't get seem to get along, and it's costing the city thousands of dollars.

Aggies to Play Ole Miss

Hotty toddy, gosh almighty, the Aggies are headed to Oxford, Mississippi.

Fort Bliss soldiers preparing for Ebola mission

A timeline is taking shape for the Fort Bliss soldiers headed to Liberia to battle Ebola.

Fort Bliss soldiers preparing for Ebola mission

A timeline is taking shape for the Fort Bliss soldiers headed to Liberia to battle Ebola.

Report: Utility Regulators See Rise in Complaints

After four years of growing satisfaction, Texans are starting to complain more about their electrical providers, according to a consumer advocacy group's analysis released Tuesday. 

Villegas rally, hearing set for tomorrow

"It's very nerve-wracking, it makes me want to throw up when I think about it," says Daniel Villegas.

Villegas rally, hearing set for tomorrow

"It's very nerve-wracking, it makes me want to throw up when I think about it," says Daniel Villegas.

KDBC gets new home, top Borderland meteorologists join forces on KTSM

KDBC, the CBS affiliate in El Paso, is getting a new home and a new look starting October 16.

Judges: Texas Should Use Voter ID in Current Election

Texas should require photo voter identification in this year’s general election, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday, overturning an earlier ruling by a federal district judge in Texas.

Judges: Texas Should Use Voter ID in Current Election

Texas should require photo voter identification in this year’s general election, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday, overturning an earlier ruling by a federal district judge in Texas.

U.S. Supreme Court puts abortion law provision on hold

Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

UTEP's fall enrollment breaks record for 16th consecutive year

For the 16th year in a row, a record number of students have registered for fall 2014 classes at The University of Texas at El Paso.