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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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Hearing to throw out Villegas' confession set for Wednesday

A District Judge will consider whether or not to throw Daniel Villegas' murder confession out Wednesday.

First H&M store in El Paso to open at end of October

The wait is nearly over for shoppers counting down for the new H&M store to open at the Outlet Shoppes at El Paso.

The Village of Vinton unveils "Little Free Library"Program and Book Drive

State Representative Joe Moody (El Paso, District 78) and the Village of Vinton Mayor Madeleine Praino have teamed up to encourage literacy and the love of reading among Vinton's residents through the "Little Free Library" Program

Bishop Seitz blesses headstone for fetus discovered in East El Paso park

More than a dozen people gathered at Mount Carmel Cemetery this afternoon in a symbolic honor for a fetus found in an East El Paso Park.

Free flu shots available all through October

The El Paso Fire and Health departments are teaming up to host free medical services for older residents all through the month of October.

Southwest Airlines reduces number of flights from El Paso

Southwest Airlines will be reducing flights out of El Paso International Airport as a direct result of the repeal of the Wright Amendment.

Mesa Street Grill Dines Out for a Cure

Mesa Street Grill is showing their support of Breast Cancer Awareness month by being a proud participant in Susan G. Komen Foundation’s, Dine Out for a Cure.

NFL's leading rusher headed to El Paso

A Dallas Cowboy will be coming to El Paso next year.

Del Valle falls, Canutillo enters Texas Regional Rankings

Here is The Texas High School Coaches Association coaches poll released by TheAthleticsDepartment.com. The poll is voted on by a panel of THSCA members.

Aggies senior forward named WAC Player of the Week

New Mexico State senior forward Jennae Cambra has been named Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 6 through Oct. 12. It’s the second time this year she’s earned the award.

LISTEN: 911 call for now-deceased Ebola patient

The city of Dallas has released the 911 audio call placed for now-deceased Ebola patient Thomas Duncan. You can listen to the audio recorded on September 28, 2014, in the video player above

Lower Valley apartment a total loss after early morning fire

El Paso firefighters responded to an apartment fire in the Lower Valley just before 6 a.m. Monday morning.

West Elm store opens this week at the Fountains at Farah

The largest tenant on the Promenade at the Fountains at Farah is scheduled to open this week. West Elm, a home furnishings and decor retailer, will open Thursday, October 16, 2014, at the East El Paso shopping center.

Struggling with state exams, students still advance

More than 100,000 fifth- and eighth-graders failed the state exams in reading and math that are required to move on to the next grade last year. Most of them probably advanced anyway.

Analysis: A simple and very expensive proposal

In a campaign commercial, Attorney General Greg Abbott rolls down a freeway ramp next to a stalled line of cars, ready with a self-deprecating wisecrack: “A guy in a wheelch