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'Put'em in a Coffin': The new, destructive social media game

"Put him in a coffin," it's the latest social media driven, destructive, attention getting prank to hit the internet. You can find it all over YouTube.

Will It Work: Cover Blubber

In Wedneday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested the Cover Blubber.

Catholic school enrollment down in El Paso

The St. Matthew Catholic School library was the spot to be on Tuesday afternoon, at least if you were one of the school's 4th graders.

El Paso woman nearing four decades of volunteer service

A woman who's been volunteering at a local hospital for nearly four decades says a lot has changed in that time, but not her sense of duty for making patients and visitors feel welcome.

NMSU students part of competition to launch their own satellite into space

College students from all over America are getting a chance to design a satellite that may launch into space from Kirtland Air Force Base – if they can design the best one.

Gov. Martinez talks schools, economy, right-to-work during State of the State address

Gov. Susana Martinez kicked off this year's 60-day legislative session with the annual State of the State address, and repeatedly urged lawmakers to choose courage over comfort.

El Pasoans can vote on priorities, shape future of new Eastside Regional Park

El Pasoans can help plan what will be one of the city’s largest park by attending an interactive community meeting and voting for their priorities.

Comedian Kevin Hart's shows postponed

Due to scheduling conflict, Kevin Hart's 'What Now' shows have been postponed. The shows, at Abraham Chavez Theatre, on Thursday, January 29th have been changed to Thursday, August 13 at 7:00 pm & 10:00pm.

Bail bond company says new county office will hurt business

El Paso County spends more on its detention facility than any other county does on its jail.

Seven Reasons Why the Sun Makes Us Smile

We can all hear mom saying, "Put on your sunscreen." Or " Wear your sunscreen, or you'll turn into a tomato." Or "Spray on some sunscreen, or you'll wrinkle like a buffalo when you're 90!"

Stanton & Crosby Apartments make appearance in City documents

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Alleged arsonist admitted to friends he set church on fire

A 25-year-old El Paso man is still behind bars after being charged with Arson to a Place of Worship in connection with a November 30, 2014 blaze at an east El Paso Church.

Teens charged with injury to child following December shooting incident

El Paso Police have charged two El Paso teens with Injury to a Child after the pair allegedly shot a gun at a car last month.

Hunter game time decision due to sprained knee

Vince Hunter is a game time decision Thursday night at Western Kentucky due to a sprained left knee suffered in the win at UTSA Saturday.  Hunter suffered the sprain toward the end of the game.  Head Coach Tim Floyd said Hunter could

Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick Take Oath of Office

In a moment he called "highly improbable," Greg Abbott became the 48th governor of Texas in a ceremony on the south steps of the Texas Capitol on Tuesday. His wife, Cecilia Abbott, became the first Latina first lady of Texas.