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Bi-District Football Playoff Results and Schedule

Below are the results for HS football Bi-District Playoffs: THURSDAY, NOV. 13 6A BI-DISTRICT PLAYOFFS Franklin 28 Amarillo Tascosa 31

Protest held in Downtown El Paso over missing Mexican students

A protest was held this afternoon in Downtown El Paso in support of the 43 missing students in Mexico.

Dancy named Acting Director of El Paso VA

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced the detail of Mr. Pete Dancy as the Acting Director of the El Paso VA Health Care System effective November 17, 2014. The detail is expected to last up to 120 days. He replaces Mr.

Las Cruces city attorney takes heat for comments during seminar

Ever heard of civil forfeiture? Indeed, police and prosecutors can seize your cash, your car, and your home -- even if you haven't been charged or convicted of a crime.

Sharing the Fight: NewsChannel 9 Special Presentation

While there are many types of cancer and several diagnoses of the disease happening every day, the death rate continues to decline for both men and women.

Feds seek fewer holds on undocumented immigrants

Federal requests to hold undocumented immigrants in Texas jails longer so they can possibly be deported have dropped by the thousands, according to report released Wednesday.

How Can I Calculate My Own Wind Chill Factor?

With low temperatures Thursday morning of 29 in El Paso and Deming, 28 in Las Cruces and Silver City, 25 in Alamogordo, and 15 at Guadalupe Pass, and with the cold gusty winds that blew us around in the cold front, darn it, I want to know what

Things to remember to keep your home safe this winter

As the weather starts to cool down, many turn to different ways to keep warm. But without proper care, these heat sources can do more harm than good.

Teens arrested in connection to September burglary

A pair of El Paso teens were arrested for allegedly burglarizing a home in the Upper Valley in early September.

El Paso Electric worker injured on the job

El Paso Electric confirms that an employee was injured while on the job near La Mesa, NM, Thursday afternon.

El Paso mother says lack of information from Providence after TB exposure only made situation worse

It has been nearly two months since the El Paso community first found out about the Tuberculosis exposure in the nursery at Providence Memorial Hospital. Since then, most of the 860 babies affected have been tested.

UTEP Signs Two Student-Athletes To National Letters Of Intent

A high school senior (Najala Howell) and a junior-college member (Tamara Seda) have signed national letters of intent to attend school and compete with the UTEP women’s basketball team starting for the 2015-16 scholastic year, head coach

Southwest University Park Honored as Ballpark Digest’s Best New Ballpark of the Year

A ballpark should be more than just a ballpark: it should be designed to be an integral part of the community.

Miners Eager to Get Things Going Versus Washington State

A UTEP men’s basketball team that has high hopes for the 2014-15 season will be tested immediately in its season opener versus Washington State on Friday at 8 in the Don Haskins Center.

Floats get "Video-game mania" theme for 78th Sun Bowl Parade

Volunteers are hard at work polishing the jewels in the 78 year tradition that is the Sun Bowl Parade.Sunbowl S