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Snake bites on the rise in the Borderland

Wind chimes are the only sound you'll hear more often than not on Lesa Andrada's six acre property near Las Cruces. That and her two dogs Tara and Shelby. But that wasn't the case a couple of weeks ago.

Leadership class helps child serving agencies

The Child Crisis Center of El Paso, the El Paso Center for Children and the YWCA Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center Tuesday dedicated playground canopies donated by Leadership El Paso Class XXXV.

One person shot in West El Paso

A Tuesday night shooting in West El Paso ends with one man rushed to the hospital in serious condition.  Details were limited as of 10:30 pm.

UTEP football excelling so far thanks to Offensive Line

The UTEP football team has defeated both regional rivals, New Mexico State and New Mexico, to improve to 2-1 so far this season.  Their rushing game has been a point of emphasis thanks in part to Aaron Jones, Nathan Jeffrey, Autrey Golden,

Kaerwer says goodbye to Underwood Golf Course

Bobby Kaerwer has been behind the desk at the Underwood Golf Course for over 43 years... and today, he retired as head golf pro at the Fort Bliss facility.

Blown gas line prompts evacuation in Far East El Paso

Six units with the El Paso Fire Department are responding to a blown gas line near the intersection of Sun Fire and Angie Bombach in Far East El Paso. The incident happened at around 7p.m.

UPDATE: I-10 back open following serious multi-vehicle crash

UPDATE: El Paso police reopened I-10 East between Downtown and Piedras shortly before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. ORIGINAL STORY:

Perry Not First to Link Abortion Regs, Rivers Death

Gov. Rick Perry drew media attention around the world Sunday when he suggested comedian Joan Rivers might not have died had a measure similar to one that implemented new regulations on Texas abortion clinics been put into place in New York.

Fort Bliss National Cemetery assessing damage amid repairs from previous storm

Fort Bliss National Cemetery officials are surveying the damage from Monday's heavy rainfall.  Crews had recently repaired 300 graves and reset 100 headstones damaged by last week's flooding.

Teen admitted to role in murder, according to police affidavit

A teen admitted to investigators that she took part in the murder of the man found bound and burned in an abandoned downtown building this month. That's according to a police report NewsChannel 9 obtained Tuesday.

'Girls Golf' to take place this weekend at Ascarate

The Girls Golf LPGA*USGA Program will resume this weekend. If you would like to join there is always room for more. To join go to Girlsgolf.org and look for the El Paso location.

NMSU football to face #18 LSU in Baton Rouge

The New Mexico State football team heads to Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, Sept. 27 to face off against No. 17/18 Louisiana State (LSU).

More C-USA honors for UTEP runners

Anthony Rotich and Joan Jepkirui earned recognition from Conference USA for their performance last week at the Kachina Classic. Rotich and Jepkirui were named the C-USA cross country Athletes of the Week.

NMSU Rodeo begins season by taking top spot

The New Mexico State University rodeo team began this season with a bang, providing many wins and taking the top men’s spot at Dine’ College in Tsaile, Arizona.