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Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 3:51pm

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El Paso Children's Hospital CEO Resigns

The CEO of El Paso Children's Hospital has resigned. Larry Duncan says he is retiring.

Doña Ana County Sheriff's Office seeks fake attorney victims

DONA ANA COUNTY SHERIFF'S INVESTIGATORS ARE SEARCHING FOR A MAN WHO THEY SAY PRETENDED TO BE AN ATTORNEY..

Declining enrollment and budget shortfalls differ for EPISD, YISD

The El Paso Independent School District is seeing a $12 million-dollar budget shortfall after seeing declining enrollment over the last two years. But they're not the only large local school district to lose students.

New Mexico eliminates conjugal visits for inmates

Conjugal visits will soon be a thing of the past in New Mexico.  The New Mexico Corrections Department has made changes to the family visit policy, and some of those changes include the elimination of overnight family visits.  The cha

ASARCO cleanup on schedule, on budget

The skyline has definitely changed near the site of the old ASARCO copper smelter. So has the ground below. 

Bel Air students win 1st and 2nd place at state firefighting competition

Two Bel Air high school seniors are the best in the state when it comes to firefighting.

Menzies Draws Interest From Tulsa

A pair of Tulsa Media outlets now make Marvin Menzies the favorite to become the new head basketball coach of the Golden Hurricanes.

UTEP runner named to Bowerman Watch List

Two-time national champion Anthony Rotich was named to the 2014 Bowerman Men’s Watch List announced the committee on Wednesday.

Sunland Derby (Gr. III) winner Chitu named Horse of the Meet

$800,000 Sunland Derby (Gr. III) winner Chitu was named the Horse of the Meet and top three-year-old Thoroughbred for the recently concluded live racing season at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino.

Free Medical Living Wills offered at community center

The El Paso County Attorney’s office, University Medical Center, and the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso (HACEP) joined forces Wednesday, offering free Advance Medical Directives (living wills) and medical Powers of Attorney to t

Report: Texas' Rate of Uninsured Dips Slightly

The sky-high rate of Texans without health insurance has dropped only slightly since the launch of the federal Affordable Care Act’s online health insurance marketplace, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institu

Pasodale Elementary parents question "inappropriate" homework assignment

Many parents are scratching their heads over a 4th grade homework assignment handed out on Tuesday but not because they can't understand it.

UTEP adds four in Men's Basketball recruiting class

UTEP Head Coach Tim Floyd announced on Wednesday that guards Marqywell Jackson (Detroit, Mich.), Earvin Morris (Memphis, Tenn.) and Lew Stallworth (Newhall, Calif.) and forward Terry Winn (Monroe, La.) have signed national letters of intent to

NMSU trainer named region's best by Trainers' Association

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers’ Association (RMATA) awarded its 2014 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer designation to NM State’s Mike O’Larey.

NMSU football to host Spring Game Saturday

The New Mexico State football team closes out its second spring under head coach Doug Martin with the annual spring game, on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 p.m. in Aggie Memorial Stadium.