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Home undergoing renovations in East El Paso catches fire Monday afternoon

El Paso Fire Department Crews responded to a condition 2 fire just after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon in the 1700 block of Dean Jones Drive in East El Paso.

SISD students learn about sports medicine

John Drugan 8th graders got to learn about sports medicine during their P.E. classes Monday.  The teachers were Americas High School sports medicine students.

Breast Cancer survivor: Komen Race is like a birthday

This year's Komen Race for the Cure is March 1. One survivor, this year, is 15 years strong.

'Military Saves Week' to encourage financial freedom

Security Service Federal Credit Union is helping those who serve our country by educating them on ways to save for the future.

New Report Cites UTEP’s contribution of $1.4 billion to local economy

Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) has released a report showing that The University of Texas at El Paso contributes $1.4 billion to the local economy.

$5,000 reward offered for wanted Texas counselor

Texas Department of Public Safety Officers have added a 25-year-old woman to the Most Wanted Fugitive list and are offering a $5,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.

Conjoined twins separated successfully at Texas Children's Hospital

Two 10 month-old girls born conjoined, are now separated after a very delicate surgery and miracle procedure. It was performed by the doctors at Texas Children's Hospital, Haley Hernandez reports.

Freeman wins first WAC honor

New Mexico State women’s basketball forward Brianna Freeman has been dubbed the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week by both the conference and College Sports Madness, both entities announced Monday.

Winter is not over yet! The Borderland will see another cold front later this week

Sunday night’s cold front produced strong gusty winds, some lowland rain, mountain snow and even some Borderland lowland snow!

Feds appeal ruling on Obama Immigration Order

 

Mosquito experts prepare for Chikungunya threat along U.S.-Mexico Border

National mosquito experts will gather at The University of Texas at El Paso to discuss and strengthen U.S. border plans related to the surveillance and control of mosquito-borne viruses.

Big changes coming March 1st to Texas vehicle inspection and registration program

Big changes are coming to vehicle owners in the State of Texas beginning on March 1, 2015.

Traffic Alert: Due to icy conditions, US 62/180 at TX-NM State line has been shut down through Guadalupe Pass

Icy conditions throughout the state has forced the closure of US Highway 62/180 at the Texas-New Mexico state line by