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Gas prices have dropped for the 7th week in a row

Gas prices have dropped for the seventh straight week, according to the latest Lundberg Survey.

Noel Hits Inside the Park HR in Loss

The Salt Lake Bees scored six unanswered runs to come back and beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 7-5 Sunday at Smith’s Ballpark in Salt Lake City. The loss ended El Paso’s four-game winning streak.

UTEP Running backs a 'Wolfpack'

A wolfpack is defined as a group of wolves that live, feed, and travel as a family group. An accurate description of the UTEP running back corps according to Burges grad Aaron Jones.

UTEP grad Miertschin wins fourth City Championship

UTEP and Hanks graduate Devin Miertschin captured his fourth City Championship title Sunday. Here are more results:

Controversial energy drink “flying off shelves” at Quick Mart

Cannabis Energy Drink, a canned beverage from Austria that contains hemp seed extract, is currently sold at only one store in El Paso but has already caught the attention of hundreds of local customers – and critics.

Fort Bliss WTB holds sports camp for wounded warriors

Fort Bliss wounded warriors were given the opportunity to focus on their abilities rather than disabilities through a three-day sports camp held at the Fort Bliss Warrior Transition Battalion.

El Paso man attacked by neighbor's pit bull, say witnesses

An El Paso man was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after witnesses said a neighbor’s pit bull attacked him by biting him on the neck.

Doctors laud expansion of VA voucher program

 

A new center hopes to shed light on Anusim and Crypto-Judaism

The Sephardic Anusim Cultural Heritage Resource Center had its dedication ceremony Sunday morning. The center was created with one mission in mind. 

Scientists say Mother Nature may have gas

As you may recall, scientists were baffled by the mysterious holes popping up around Siberia, and now scientists are saying this could be a side effect Mother Nature is undergoing thanks to global warming. 

Socorro pushing for dams and concrete lining to reduce flooding

The city of Socorro is consistently one of the hardest hit areas during monsoon season in the Borderland and plans to line areas north of the I-10 freeway with concrete barriers in order to protect residents from flooding.

Chihuahuas hammer 4 homers in win

The El Paso Chihuahuas hit four home runs in their 11-7 win over the Salt Lake Bees at Smith’s Ballpark in Salt Lake City Saturday night. The Chihuahuas have won four consecutive games for the first time since late June.

Shyanne’s big day at school

Monday morning, dad is not the only one getting up early. Five-year-old Shyanne Jordan joins her father, Sgt. Timothy Jordan, in his early morning rituals as she prepares for her first day of school, July 28.

Fuerzas Comando: Exercise promotes comaraderie, improves regional security

Fuerzas Comando 2014 is a U.S. Southern Command sponsored exercise conducted in Central and South America and the Caribbean since 2004.

Fuerzas Comando: Exercise promotes comaraderie, improves regional security

Fuerzas Comando 2014 is a U.S. Southern Command sponsored exercise conducted in Central and South America and the Caribbean since 2004.