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     A spat between Elton John and Dolce and Gabbana is playing out on social media.

Healthy Life, Happy Life: Colon Cancer Awareness Month

HEALTHY LIFE, HAPPY LIFE - Women who eat more protein rich foods instead of red meat have a significantly lower risk of developing heart disease.

Supercharged Northern Lights seen across the country

A massive solar storm bombarded Earth yesterday and it supercharged the northern lights to offer a better chance of seeing dancing green auroras just in time for St. Patrick's Day, with weather permitting of course.

Will It Work: EZ Pocket

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out the EZ Pocket.

In Texas, a focused Jeb Bush stood out from the crowd

 

UTEP recognized for students' social mobility

The University of Texas at El Paso has been recognized again by Washington Monthly Magazine's college guide.

Miners End Season With 81-66 Defeat

UTEP's season is complete. The Miners bowed out of the NIT with an 81-66 opening round defeat to Murray State on Tuesday on the Racers home court.

Miners End Season With 81-66 Defeat

UTEP's season is complete. The Miners bowed out of the NIT with an 81-66 opening round defeat to Murray State on Tuesday on the Racers home court.

City leaders praise Andress boys' basketball team

An extraordinary effort deserves an extraordinary recognition. That's what the El Paso City Council did Tuesday for the Andress High School boys’ varsity basketball team.

Future of two El Paso elementary schools to be decided Wednesday

The future of Mesita and Vilas Elementary Schools will be decided Wednesday.

Campaign showcasing Mexican culture announced in Las Cruces

The Mexican Consulate in El Paso is launching a cultural campaign in Las Cruces.

CISD board taking a stand for the American flag mural at Reyes Elementary

The Canutillo Independent School District said  they aren't taking no for an answer. 

UTEP physicist to study pollution in the Borderland

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new air quality standards nationwide, and there's concern among scientists here in El Paso that the Sun City won't meet them.

St. Patrick School celebrates St. Pat

The St. Patrick Cathedral School community celebrated their patron saint day on Tuesday with a mass in the St. Patrick Cathedral.

Planned hotel near Las Cruces Convention Center has city hopeful

More construction is in the works at NMSU. But this time it’s not a classroom building or a dorm that will be built. Plans to build a new hotel next to the Las Cruces Convention Center are underway.