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Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 2:45pm

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Walmart customers can pick up tax refunds in cash free of charge

Walmart customers can collect their tax refunds in cash at stores this tax season.

Storify: Inauguration Day for Abbott, Patrick


Baker Hughes to cut 7,000 jobs

Baker Hughes announced a large workforce cut in a Tuesday morning conference call.

Students, staff from Del Valle ES represent YISD in Texas Capitol Schoolhouse

Students and teachers at Del Valle Elementary School in Ysleta ISD will have the unique opportunity to participate in the Texas Capitol Schoolhouse next week, as they are one of only ten school districts in the state to demonstrate to legislato

Socorro street repairs signal shift in city's priorities

Natalia Bela de Gutierrez has lived on Mc Ado Drive in Socorro for a year-and-a-half. She was quick to point out the many potholes dotting the street.

Officer killed in last week's bus crash laid to rest

A Texas correctional officer killed in last week's prison bus crash near Odessa was laid to rest today.

El Paso FD rescues two teens lost in cave near McKelligon Canyon

Members of the El Paso Fire Department's Combined Search and Rescue (ComSAR) team located two 18-year-old teens that got lost in a cave while hiking at McKelligon Canyon Monday. 

El Paso store owner to offer concealed handgun training to employees after alleged robbery

A Northeast El Paso store owner is taking action to protect his employees after a female clerk was threatened with a crowbar during a robbery last week.

Renowned Chicano activist dies

A Chicano movement leader from El Paso has passed away. Reies Lopez Tijerina, 88, a pentacostal preacher turned Chicano activist, died of natural causes Monday.

Former El Paso boxer murdered in Kansas

A former El Paso boxer and her husband were murdered, and police say the husband's twin brother is the killer.

Surveillance video sheds light on violent assault of El Paso man

Newly released surveillance video is showing what happened to a former El Paso man who nearly lost his life at an Austin bar.

Americans putting away less and less for retirement

Sara Lesley is in the minority when it comes to retirement savings. According to a recent Wells Fargo survey, more and more middle class Americans are not setting anything aside for their retirement.

Borderland fans weigh in on Super Bowl 49

Who will win Super Bowl 49 in Glendale, Arizona...

T-bird signs scholarship to wrestle at top university

Europa Cabada nearly gave up wrestling before her freshman season at Coronado High School, but jumped right back in to the sport  she started at 5th grade, and has flourished after grasping the sports, and now has signed to one of the top

Restoring a forgotten African American cemetery in Las Cruces

The NAACP is asking Borderland residents to honor Martin Luther King. Jr. - through action and it's all happening at a cemetery that most people don't even know exists.