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Henry accepts job with Yankees

The Staten Island Yankees, a Short-Season A classification affiliate of the New York Yankees, have hired 33-year old Patrick Osborn as their manager, while also adding Butch Henry as their pitching coach, according to Staten Island Live.

Two major road construction projects right on schedule

City council Tuesday received updates on two major transportation projects affecting hundreds of local commuters. The first is the 2 mile long Country Club Road project.

Smile! Cold Air May Help Burn Fat!

There are a few people who LOVE cold fronts! I do not happen to be one of those people, but there may be a reason to smile after all. Cold air may jumpstart the body to burn fat in order to generate body heat! YES!!!

Analysis: These voters were not looking for change

The conservatives knew when they put Scott Turner up against House Speaker Joe Straus that they were not going to

City Council approves rezoning of a lower valley business

City Council, on Tuesday, approved the rezoning of the property of Flamingo Motors, a auto parts business. The business is located on Alameda but also has an entrance on Ramos Court.

Enhanced security in place at WBAMC and El Paso VA Clinic

During the past several days and over the next several weeks, Fort Bliss will continue to upgrade its security posture to meet the requirements of the Department of Defense.

Bach's Lunch performances to start Thursday

Bach's Lunch began nine years ago as a collaboration with El Paso Pro-Musica and the El Paso Museum of Art. Zuill Bailey and Dr. Michael Tomor decided that it would be wonderful to combine visual arts and musical arts together.

Sources say Garrett has accepted extension

The Dallas Cowboys and head coach Jason Garrett are close to a long-term deal, and reports out of Dallas is that deal is done.

City attempting to remove San Jacinto holiday tree?

Could the most famous tree in Downtown El Paso be made into mulch soon? That's what a group of El Pasoans are claiming.

Trial for Las Cruces taxi driver accused of attempted murder underway

The trial for a Las Cruces taxi cab driver accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend's boyfriend in February 2013 got underway in Dona Ana District Court on Tuesday.

Over 50 local cyclists join forces with Ride for Reading

Ride for Reading, a Nashville-based grass-root nonprofit founded by MNPS educator Mathew Portell in 2008, is set to donate over a thousand books next week.

Murder suspect from Mississippi shot by New Mexico State Police

New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau is looking into an officer-involved shooting that happened on Monday, January 12 near Lordsburg.

Cowboys record setting running back headed to El Paso

A Dallas Cowboy will be coming to El Paso in February.

Texas representative apologizes for tweet comparing Obama to Hitler

Texas Republican Rep. Randy Weber issued an apology Tuesday for his tweet Monday night comparing President Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler.

Texas soldier who recently traveled to West Africa dies, Ebola tests being conducted

Fort Hood officials are working with the Killeen, Texas, police department on the death of a Fort Hood Soldier who recently returned from West Africa.