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Report: Former El Paso police officer changed story about deadly shooting

An El Paso police officer who shot and killed an unarmed, handcuffed prisoner at the El Paso County jail admitted during an investigation that deadly force wasn't warranted.

New low mortgage down payments unveiled for first time home buyers

Home ownership across the country is at the lowest it's been in over 20 years, but a new announcement from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could bring some relief. 

If You Must Protect a Plant in a Freeze, Cloth or Plastic?

If you find yourself facing one or several nights well below freezing, with lows going down to 20-25 degrees F or even colder, and IF you have plants that might be susceptible to damage in a hard freeze, then you need to make some decisions abo

Elementary school wins bench in recycling challenge

One school's baggage has now become their bench. Sageland Elementary's Microsociety in the Lower Valley won the 2nd City of El Paso 'Bags 2 Benches' challenge, bringing in 290 trash bags filled with plastic bags.

At UT-Austin, brains aren't all that's scattered

 

Former Congressman proud to be Canutillo Alum

It's no secret that the Borderland has gone Canutillo crazy in support of its football team. But perhaps the run stirs the most pride in those that have been on that field before.

Man wanted in connection to Lower Valley murder arrested

A man who has been on the run after allegedly shooting and killing a 38-year-old man in El Paso's Lower Valley late last month was arrested early Thursday morning.

UTEP Seniors Invited to All-Star Game

Seniors Jameill Showers and Eric Tomlinson accepted an invitation to the 2015 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

Eagles are Superstitious

If El Paso high school football fans are wondering why Canutillo is the visiting team on Friday against Ennis, or why the Eagles are driving five hour to Lubbock on the day of the game, there is a simple reason. Superstition.

Aggies Head to Tulsa

The New Mexico State Aggies (4-5) return to the hardwood after a week off for final examinations as they travel to Tulsa, Okla., to meet Oral Roberts on Saturday at 6 p.m. (MST).

Canutillo Eagles get special escort en route to state semifinals game

When the Canutillo High School football team makes its way to Lubbock for the Texas state semifinal game against Ennis on Friday, they will be well protected by a caravan of law enforcement vehicles escorting them all the way to the El Paso Cou

UTEP receives scholarship funding from Consul General of Mexico

UTEP President Diana Natalicio accepted a $20,000 check from the Consul General of Mexico in El Paso to provide scholarships to Mexican students through the IME Becas Scholarship Program Thursday afternoon.

Suspect in 2006 Bravo Cadillac Hummer dealership shooting taken into custody

A man who was wanted by El Paso Police for his alleged involvement in the January 17, 2006 shooting at a Bravo Cadillac Hummer dealership on Montana was turned over to EPPD's Crimes Against Persons unit by the agents from El Paso Field Offi

At UT-Austin, brains aren't all that's scattered

The puns ranged from predictable to painful when word spread that the University of Texas at Austin lost track of about 100 brains. Imagine the reaction when folks learn that the school has also misplaced at least two heads.

Eagle fever spreading throughout El Paso

After years of hard work and dedication, the Canutillo Eagles are finally getting their chance at a state championship under the Friday night lights.