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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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Iron Boy Boxing to take place at the Coliseum

Iron Boy XVII will take place Friday, October 10 at the El Paso  Coliseum.  Here is  a list of the boxing matches to come:

Garrison Commander Munsey suspended from duty pending investigation of alleged misconduct

Officials from Fort Bliss have confirmed that Garrison Commander Thomas Munsey has been suspended from duties, pending an investigation into alleged misconduct.

WANTED: Two robbery suspects who fired gun inside west El Paso store

Crime Stoppers of El Paso are asking for the community's assistance identifying the two men responsible for robbing a west El Paso Seven Eleven store at gunpoint and firing the gun inside the store.

El Pasoans are asked to roll up their sleeves and cleanup the city Saturday

Pride Day is the community's largest annual cleanup event, will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 11.

NMSU men's basketball to hold 'Tip Off' dinner

The New Mexico State men’s basketball program and the 6th Man Club will host “It’s a Bling Thing” on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Pan American Center.

In AG race, contentious issues but little discussion

Some of the most contentious issues that have surfaced in statewide campaigns this year — if Texas is required to disclose the locations of hazardous chemical warehouses, or if sweeping cuts lawmakers made to public education should be de

UPDATE: Anthony police identify El Paso driver injured in rollover

One person was seriously injured after a rollover crash in Anthony, TX Thursday evening.

Analysis: In democrats' fall, a lesson for GOP

 

Police: Man on acid demands sandwich, McDonald's trip

A man allegedly on a week-long acid trip faces robbery and burglary charges for breaking into homes in the Roy area, stealing weapons and making odd demands such as food and rides for a drink, the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office said.

Creator of 'Hook 'em horns' hand sign dies

The creator of the iconic Hook 'Em Horns sign for the University of Texas has died, Melanie Torre has the full story. In 1955 cheerleader Harley Clark knew the Longhorns needed something to get them through the season.

BMC shares technology with Nolan Richardson Middle School

More than 40 students in Nolan Richardson Middle School’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program had the chance to learn about a new shared information network system during a field trip to the Brigade Modernization Command her

Food bank has urgent need, shelves bare

Due in large part to its success in distributing food to a needy El Paso, El Pasoans Fighting Hunger’s bank is running perilously low.

Analysis: In Democrats' fall, a lesson for GOP

One of the people who steered Texas from a one-party Democratic state to a one-party Republican state sees some similarities between the Republican Party of the 1970s and 1980s and the Democrats of today.

Injury data by race goes uncollected in Texas

Austin lawyer Brad McClellan became convinced a few years ago that one of his clients, a black man who had been horribly injured at a smelting plant in West Texas, faced discrimination from the insurance company handling his workers’ comp

TxDOT Reminds Football Fans to make a sober ride game plan

As the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners kick off their long-standing football rivalry this weekend, the Texas Department of Transportation reminds drivers to stay sober and safe as they make their way to and from their game-day destinations