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El Paso Holocaust Museum Founder Henry Kellen passes away at 98

Henry Kellen, Holocaust survivor and founder of El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center, died Thursday. He was 98.

TxDOT summer driving tips

Summer is here, which means it’s time for summer vacations and road trips.

More patrols on the road this 4th of July

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is expected to see an increase in drivers his 4th of July Holiday.

Man swallows drugs in traffic stop, dies

A man is dead after Beaumont police say he swallowed some type of drug following a traffic stop.

TEA Chief circumvents state board charter school veto

Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams has used his waiver authority to effectively overrule a vote by the State Board of Education to deny an Arizona-based

Husband killed on the job, widow sued by late husbands insurance company

The wedding band that hangs around her neck, photographs, and memories are all Crystal Davis has to remember her late husband Wayne.

Caught on Cam: Houston hit and run

Surveillance cameras were rolling outside the Fuel Depot gas station in Houston, Texas when a driver hit two men and kept going.

More immigrants headed to Las Cruces

More immigrants from Central America are expected to arrive in Las Cruces this afternoon.

Honoring a WWII veteran for his service to our country

Thursday's Service Salute was sent in by Yoli Johnston. She wanted to honor her father-in-law, Berlin Allen.

Lots of great activities for Fourth of July weekend!

THURSDAY Cool Canyon Nights July 3 6 p.m. McKelligon Canyon Amphitheatre Free Band: Billy Townes (jazz)

Chihuahuas Split Doubleheader

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored four late runs in Game 1 of Wednesday’s doubleheader but lost to the Albuquerque Isotopes 5-4 at Southwest University Park.

Budget details released include tax hike

The city will have to do more with less. During a meeting with reporters about the proposed fiscal year 2015 budget at city hall today city manager tommy gonzalez says the city is looking to cut spending by five percent.

Drowning Prevention Coalition to hold big fundraiser

The Borderland has seen a lot of hot weather lately and area pools have been packed. That's why water safety is so important. The Drowning Prevention Coalition of El Paso is working to keep people safe in area pools.

Fraud, embezzlement claims at Anamarc, solutions proposed for students

Allegations of fraud and embezzlement coming to light in the closing of Anamarc College, a medical technical school in El Paso. The details show a battle in the courts that's turned sister against sister, and in-law against in-law.

Fatigues to fabulous: Service members take stroll down the catwalk

Red carpet and the allure of the runway were in stark contrast to the dark curtains separating the audience from 10 eager and nervous models anticipating their first walk down the catwalk.