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Weather makes for gorgeous photos

In the Meteorological world, weather is always giving us a run for our money. It's changing non stop and your job is to keep up with the different phenomena going on around the area.

Fred Loya says annual light show is his 'Christmas gift' to El Paso, prize money will go to local charities

The Fred Loya light show is a holiday tradition in El Paso, and now the entire country is getting a glimpse of the amazing display, after the Loya home won the 2014 National Christmas Light Fight on ABC Monday night.

Fred Loya says annual light show is his 'Christmas gift' to El Paso, prize money will go to local charities

The Fred Loya light show is a holiday tradition in El Paso, and now the entire country is getting a glimpse of the amazing display, after the Loya home won the 2014 National Christmas Light Fight on ABC Monday night.

Doña Ana County employees to get pay raise, holiday pay preserved

Several elected officials in Doña Ana County are about to get a raise. County commissioners today voted 4 to 1 to increase the salaries of many elected county officials by 15 percent, but did not give themselves a raise.

Brooks leads Eagles into 5A Division II State Semifinals

Canutillo will face Ennis Friday, December 12 at Plains Capital Park in Lubbock. Canutillo defeated Everman, 17-14 to improve to 13-1, while Ennis defeated South Oak Cliff 31-14 to improve to 12-2.

Bel Air senior named Wing Stop Player of the Week

Bel Air High School's Josh Gallegos was named the NC9 Wing Stop Player of the Week today after his stellar performance in the McDonald's Classic Basketball Tournament at Eastwood High School.  The senior guard scored 19 points in t

Autopsy report shows El Paso woman was stabbed close to two dozen times

An El Paso woman was stabbed close to two dozen times in October, by a man who also shot an El Paso police officer. That's according to an autopsy report just released.

'Go Canutillo!' posters let businesses show pride

Businesses throughout Canutillo are showing their support of the Canutillo High School Football Team by displaying the official Go Canutillo! poster on their doors and windows.

HopeLine® from Verizon donation helps CASA of El Paso aid survivors of domestic violence

CASA of El Paso, a non-profit agency serving El Paso families whose lives have been touched by the national epidemic of domestic violence, recently received a HopeLine from Verizon grant of $20,000 to expand its work.

Late Fall Thunderstorms slam Borderland

Update: According to El Paso Electric, power was restored to 2,389 customers in West El Paso at around 7:17p.m.   Original story:

EPCC Christmas Drive celebrates 6th year of giving

One local effort to make the holidays a little happier for poor children is now in its sixth year, and organizers say they still need your help.

Wage theft allegations prompt investigation by City of El Paso

City Council approved to withhold payment to Beltran Electrical Contractors, following accusations and an investigation regarding underpaid employees. 

How Does That Radar Work? It Looks Like a Giant Golf Ball

Anyone who's driven along I-10 on the west side of El Paso and looked west out toward Santa Teresa has probably seen it.  What is it?  It looks like a giant golf ball.

Montwood Band to hold fundraiser for D-Day Parade trip

Montwood High School Marching Band has been invited to perform in the D-Day Parade in Normandy, France in June 2015.

First Ebola-monitored group released from Fort Bliss

As part of the United States' effort to prevent the Ebola virus from being introduced and transmitted to America, the Department of Defense announced October 31, 2014 that Fort Bliss had been chosen as a 21-day controlled monitoring install