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Alleged smuggler dead after shooting at U.S. Border Patrol agent

A split second decision on the border ends with an illegal immigrant dead, and a border patrol agent on administrative leave.

Another Winter Storm Will Chill Texas

Texas needs to buckle down for another winter storm. On Wednesday night, a major cold front pushed into the Panhandle and will drop the temperature in Amarillo down to 21.

Single mother says child care tax credit would be 'a huge help'

Calling affordable child care a "must-have" for middle-class and low-income families, President Barack Obama proposed a tax cut in Tuesday's State of the Union to pay for it.

Historical sites to be turned into parking lot

Three historical sites downtown will be turned into a parking lot, according to the El Paso County Historical Commission.

Children's hospital sees layoffs

Five people are out of a job after being laid off by El Paso Children's Hospital Tuesday. The hospital says the cuts were made to decrease expenses and improve the hospital's financial position.

Mayor Leeser attends conference in Washington D.C.

El Paso Mayor Oscar Leesar is in our nation's capital as part of the 83rd Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Mayor Leeser attends conference in Washington D.C.

El Paso Mayor Oscar Leesar is in our nation's capital as part of the 83rd Winter Meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Andress WR Rashad Still close to Minnesota commitment

One of El Paso's top Division I football prospects could decide which school he will call home for the next four years this weekend. Andress WR Rashad Still was nearly unguardable this past season for the Eagles.

Legal costs add up on both sides of Perry's case

While former Texas Gov.

Mother of local boxer murdered in Kansas speaks out

Blanca Rodriguez said detectives and her husband delivered the news that her daughter Lucero Rodriguez, and son-in-law Manuel Alvarado Meraz were murdered in their home in Wichita. 

Hunter Now Probable For Thursday

Vince Hunter got off the stationary bike and walked gingerly onto the practice court at the Foster Stevens Center on both Monday and Tuesday this week but things have changed.   After flying to Kentucky, the Miners forward took p

Miners at C-USA leader WKU Hilltoppers

A UTEP team that has won 12 of its last 13 C-USA road games will be severely tested on Thursday when it takes on red-hot Western Kentucky at E.A. Diddle Arena. The game will be nationally televised on FSN at 7 p.m. MT.

NMSU men set to host Grand Canyon Thursday

The New Mexico State Aggies (10-10, 2-1) open a 3-game Western Athletic Conference homestand Thursday night at the Pan American Center by meeting WAC leader Grand Canyon at 7 p.m. The Aggies fell at Seattle U.

UTEP women to host #24 Western Kentucky

UTEP (8-6, 3-2 C-USA) will square off against #24 Western Kentucky (16-2, 5-0 C-USA) at 7 p.m. MST at the Don Haskins Center Thursday. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for kids.

NMSU baseball season tickets now on sale

The New Mexico State athletics department has announced that season tickets for the 2015 Aggie baseball season go on sale starting Wednesday, Jan. 21.