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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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UTEP women's golf finishes Stewart Invitational in 7th

The UTEP women's golf team concluded the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial tournament on Tuesday in Springfield, Mo., finishing seventh in a field of 15 teams. The Miners carded rounds of 307, 304 and 313 for a total of 924.

New Mexico Department of Health to host flu shot clinic in Anthony

The New Mexico Department of Health’s Anthony Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic Thursday, October 22nd from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the City of Anthony offices at 820 Highway 478.

Top Allergy Cities, Where Does El Paso Rank?

Have you been sneezing a lot and having itchy, red and watery eyes more than usual this year?

Amberg twins show promise for New Mexico State

New Mexico State freshmen cross country twin runners Cristina and Cassandra Amberg have competed exceptionally well in the first five meets as Aggies during the 2014 season.

Miners also head to regionals in Albuquerque

The UTEP women’s tennis team will travel to Albuquerque, N.M. to contend at the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships hosted by the University of New Mexico on Oct. 15-19.

NMSU women's tennis heads to USTA/ITA Regionals

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team travels north up I-25 to Albuquerque to participate in the 2014 USTA/ITA Women’s Mountain Regional Championships, which begins Wednesday, Oct. 15, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 19.

Four men charged in connection to September assault

Four El Paso men are being charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity in connection with a shots fired call in early September.

TX nurse who contracted Ebola releases statement

The Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola has spoken out saying she is doing well.

El Paso welcomes Indian Food Festival

An experience 5,000 years in the making, the Indian Food Festival is right around the corner.

When firms missed job goals, Perry relaxed rules

Since 2003, Gov. Rick Perry’s Texas Enterprise Fund has given out more than $500 million to private firms in exchange for a promise to create jobs in Texas.

Analysis: The margins of history in top state races

The closest race for Texas governor in the last 20 years was George W.

Spooktacular returns for its 25th season

There's a spooky Halloween event happening in our community this weekend. The Junior Woman's Club of El Paso is hosting the 25th annual Spooktacular.

Unique restaurant hosts event to benefit local non-profit organization

A local non-profit organization hosting an event that will benefit their organization and the community.

When firms missed job goals, Perry relaxed rules

 

Study: Teens who sext more likely to engage in sexual activity

A new study conducted at University of Texas shows teens who admitted to sexting were more likely to engage in sexual activity.