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Silver Alert deactivated: missing elderly woman found safe

The Silver Alert issued for 80-year old Delia Anaya has been deactivated. Anaya was found in Tornillo and appears to be ok.  

Salvation Army kettle stolen from West El Paso department store

The Grinch has struck again, this time at the Westside Macy's.

Drawings of new charter school released

We're getting our first look at what a new charter school in Las Cruces will look like. J. Paul Taylor Academy will open next fall, right next door to Alma D'arte Charter High School off of Del Ray Boulevard.

Analysis: The court of public opinion, revisited

    It has been eight years since Tom DeLay left Congress under a legal cloud.

New Math Standards a Hurdle for Some Students and Teachers in Texas

Alison Howell was shocked when she noticed that her third-grade daughter was failing math after just six weeks of class.

UMC Board takes no action against CEO Valenti

UMC Board of Managers decided in executive session, there would be no specific disciplinary action taken against UMC CEO Jim Valenti. 

Students, residents want more lights on Alameda after Ysleta HS freshman was hit by car

One day after Ysleta High School freshman Paola Muñoz, 14, was hit and seriously injured while crossing Alameda, students said they feel safe crossing the busy street, as long as there's a crossing guard.

Canutillo Falls in Semi-Finals

The magical run has ended. Ennis defeated Canutillo  41-13  in the 5-A Texas State Semi-Finals Friday night in Lubbock 

El Paso funeral director now facing 79 felony charges

An El Paso funeral home director was arrested for a second time Friday after more human remain allegedly turned up in cemeteries where they weren't supposed to be buried.

Tocando and soccer & reading club concert at Hart Elementary School

 On Wednesday, December 17, 5pm at Hart Elementary School, the Tocando Community Music Project and the Soccer & Reading Club will present a joint concert of music and readers’ theater.

UTEP women to meet New Mexico Sunday

After taking a break for finals, UTEP (3-3) will head up the road to play at I-25 rival New Mexico (1-7) at 2 p.m. MST Sunday December 14 inside WisePies Arena (The Pit).

Man charged with two counts of animal cruelty involving puppies

A west El Paso man is charged with two counts of Cruelty to Non Livestock Animals in two separate incidents.

UTEP football near top of most improved teams

The UTEP football team is headed to the ninth annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl. The Miners (7-5, 5-3 C-USA) will face Utah State (9-4, 6-2 MWC) on Saturday, Dec. 20 at 12:20 p.m. at University Stadium in Albuquerque.

20 undocumented aliens, 500 pounds of marijuana seized seized by Border Patrol

Border Patrol agents near Deming, New Mexico made a huge bust Thursday after they were able to intercept a stolen truck, 28 illegal border crossers and 500 pounds of marijuana near the Mexico border after a dramatic desert chase.