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Chimpanzees escape!

A group of seven chimpanzees at the Kansas City Zoo got the briefest taste of freedom on Thursday afternoon, before being lured back into their enclosure with a more familiar taste: dinner and dessert.

Anthony, NM residents invited to Spring Community Clean-up

If you have any junk you want to get rid of, you are in luck. The City of Anthony, New Mexico is inviting its residents to this year's Spring Community Clean-up.

Get rid of old unwanted tires

Do you have any unwanted tires that you need to get rid of? Now you can. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is collecting unwanted tires as a way to crack down on the number of tires illegally dumped in the desert.

Authorities investigating aggravated robbery at Jack in the Box

El Paso Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at a West El Paso fast food restaurant.

EPCC is holding a special production in honor of a retiring professor

If you don't have plans this weekend, there's a production being put on the El Paso Community College Theater Ensemble, "Butterflies Are Free".

Cooking up yummy dishes with Ed Davis!!

Angel Hair Shrimp Tre Formaggi

Temperature and Wind Conversions

I am in the process of adding corresponding Celsius numbers to my current temperature weather graphic. We are right on the border of Mexico which uses Celsius like much of the rest of the world.

Tucson set to host Chihuahuas for series

The El Paso Chihuahuas are opening their home schedule... in Tucson, Arizona.  The new Triple-A ballclub to the Sun City does not have a home just yet...

Miners running backs ready for competition at the spring game

The UTEP football team will top off the 2014 spring season with the annual Orange and Blue scrimmage on Friday, April 11 at 7 p.m. in the Sun Bowl.

Several area students get new shows all thanks to the Braden Aboud Memorial Foundation

Some area kids are sporting new kicks all for doing good deeds.

Operation Hope holding Easter food giveaway

The need for food continues to grow in the Sun City. That's why a handful of local organizations and familiar faces are teaming up to help fill the void.

Mexican farm workers block traffic, stage protest at border

More than 200 Mexican farm workers blocked commercial lanes of traffic from entering Juarez today at the Bridge of the Americas.

Man accused of killing infant son arraigned in court

The man who El Paso Police allege killed his 11-month-old son while caring for him in their Northeast El Paso home in February was indicted on ca

Albuquerque police have 'pattern' of excessive, deadly force, report says

Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officers killed a 19-year-old as he "lay motionless on his back," an unarmed drugstore robber who was walking away from officers and a 25-year-old veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder w