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One man taken into custody after stabbing

One person was taken to the hospital after being stabbed in East El Paso. It happened around 11:30 p.m. on Monday at an apartment complex on the 7600 block of Gateway East near Hunter street.

Monday fire at old St. Anne's Center is second blaze in 2 years

For the second time in two years, fire scarred a portion of the old St. Anne's Center, a former Episcopal mission in South El Paso that also served as a medical clinic. This, as the center was preparing for a major renovation.

NMSU campus to host brand new private medical school

 A brand new medical school will soon call Las Cruces home.

Firefighters battling blaze at El Taco Tote

Firefighters are fighting another blaze Monday night; this one in west El Paso at El Taco Tote near UTEP. Details are limited, but El Paso fire crews received a call shortly before 9 p.m.

Letter details scope of UT admissions investigation

     

Monsoon Season Flooding Exacerbated by Trash Dumping

Parts of Northeast, Central and East El Paso are facing flood warnings this week, but according to El Paso Water Utilities, the problem isn't rain; it's trash.

Decades-old deli to shut down Friday

The original Blimp restaurant is saying goodbye. After more than 40 years of serving up sandwiches, first on E. Mills St. and now on Texas Ave., Gary Hoff is putting away his deli slicer Friday.

El Paso man sentenced to 18+ years in federal prison for producing child porn

Tomas Steven Quiñones, 48, was sentenced Monday to 18 years and 9 months in federal prison, and an additional 10 years of supervised probation for production of child pornography.

NMSU alumni targeted by door to door scam

New Mexico State University alumni who live in Albuquerque are being targeted by a new scam.

Forest Fire burning in Guadalupe Mountains National Park

A popular Borderland hiking trail is closed because of a forest fire. It's burning in Guadalupe Mountains National Park.

Lightning strike hits, kills Juárez man

A Juárez man was killed Saturday after he was struck by lightning.

First group of Hondurans deported from new U.S. facility

The first group of Central Americans deported under stepped up U.S. efforts to crack down on illegal immigration arrived in Honduras on Monday.

El Pasoan tied for fourth at U.S. Amateur qualifier

Top 10 scores for today's first round of the U.S. Amateur Qualifier at UNM Championship GC. Final round tee times will begin tomorrow at 7:30am. The final group of leaders will go off at 9:30am.

Sierra Providence and Texas Tech Health Sciences collaboration continues

Five Texas Tech Health Center El Paso Anesthesiologists are now providing services at:

A home for children with special needs asking for supply donations

The Lee and Beulah Moor Children's Home is asking for help from the community for school aged children that are currently living there.