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Sunday, September 14, 2014 - 8:05pm

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UTEP A.D. updates football season tickets

UTEP Football Ticket Update Statement From Bob Stull

Local resources available for Cancer

In 2011, The Texas Cancer Registry estimated 2, 622 new cancer cases and 929 cancer deaths in El Paso County. Prostate and breast cancer have the highest incidence.

New Mexico State University Events

BARNES AND NOBLE OPEN MIC NIGHTS Barnes & Noble at NMSU will continue the popular Open Mic performances from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays.

EPWU project to affect Doniphan Drive traffic

Beginning Monday, Sept. 8, an El Paso Water Utilities sewer line rehabilitation project will affect traffic along Doniphan Drive.

DEA changes restrictions on Hydrocodone

The Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding Texans that hydrocodone combination products have been moved from the classification of a Schedule III drug to the more-restrictive Schedule II drug, effective on Oct. 6, 2014.

$128,000 worth of marijuana seized at Santa Teresa port of entry Thursday

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers seized over 160 pounds of marijuana Thursday morning at the Santa Teresa port of entry.

NM State Looks For Success At Lobo Invitational

The New Mexico State cross country men’s and women’s teams travel up the Rio Grande to compete at the University of New Mexico Lobo Invitational on Sat., Sept. 6.

Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington resigns

Rangers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Jon Daniels issued the following statement concerning the resignation of Ron Washington:

Democratic lawmakers ask for more mobile Voter ID units

Texas Senate Democrats want Secretary of State Nandita Berry to work on making more mobile voter ID units available between now and November to ease fears that many eligible voters don't have the photo IDs the law require

Burned body found in basement of Downtown El Paso building

It was only just the start of the work day when a group of maintenance workers found themselves in the middle of a crime scene.

Twins! Second set of pygmy slow lorises twins born at EP Zoo

The El Paso Zoo is happy to announce the birth of twin slow lorises born on August 22, 2014. The infants, born to mom and dad named Steven Tyler and Kym Ly, are their second set of twins born at the El Paso Zoo.

Texas bus driver abandons kids

Two 7-year-old girls found themselves lost in a strange neighborhood after they were put on the wrong bus at school. The girls, Kacy and Saira, are in the second grade at Campbell Elementary in Greatwood, Texas.

NMSU researchers address regional air quality issues

Over the last four years, researchers at New Mexico State University have been involved in a bi-national study focused on pinpointing dust sources and evaluating the health effects of windstorms in the border region.

325 pounds of drugs seized at Bridge of the Americas Wednesday

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers had a busy day at the Bridge of the Americas on Wednesday. Officers there made five separate drug seizures which totaled 319 pounds of marijuana and 5.1 pounds of cocaine.