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Texas Urged to Crack Down on Employers That Misclassify Workers

Workers’ rights groups in Texas are revamping their efforts to increase protections for low-income laborers by urging lawmakers to crack down on employers that intentionally misclassify their employees.

Texas Urged to Crack Down on Employers That Misclassify Workers

Workers’ rights groups in Texas are revamping their efforts to increase protections for low-income laborers by urging lawmakers to crack down on employers that intentionally misclassify their employees.

Health Check March 16th

Are you noticing you're paying more at the pharmacy? Analysts say it may be just the beginning, especially for specialty medications.

Dairy Queen is giving away ice cream

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Here's a tasty way to start your week. Dairy Queen is offering free cones of vanilla soft-serve ice cream Monday in honor of its 75th anniversary.

Motorists gear up for Central El Paso street closure

Starting Monday, Arizona Avenue will be closed as El Paso Water Utilities' crews work to make emergency repairs to a sewer line.

A brother saluting a brother

Monday's Service Salute was sent in by Mario Rey.

NMSU to face Kansas in the NCAA Tournament

The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team now knows what team they are facing in the NCAA Tournament. The Aggies caught a No. 15 see and are going up against No. 2 seed Kansas.

NMSU to face Kansas in the NCAA Tournament

The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team now knows what team they are facing in the NCAA Tournament. The Aggies caught a No. 15 see and are going up against No. 2 seed Kansas.

Police investigate 'shots fired' call at Central El Paso restaurant

El Paso Police responded to a 'shots fired' called Sunday night in Central El Paso.

UTEP men headed to NIT Tournament

In what felt like the eleventh hour for Miner fans, UTEP had their season extended after being selected into the field of 32 for the National Invitational Tournament.

Family of Marine killed in crash looking for help

The family of a former Marine killed in an Far East El Paso crash is looking for help to cover his death expenses.

Montwood HS could soon get new tennis courts

Montwood High School could soon get a new pair of tennis courts.

NMSU given 15-seed, to face 2-seed Kansas in NCAA Tournament

For the fourth straight season New Mexico State was fitted with their dancing shoes as the WAC regular season and tournament champs drew at 15-seed in the Midwest bracket for the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

With a little luck of the Irish, we will see some Irish rain late St. Patrick’s Day and beyond!

Most of us know that Ireland is called the “Emerald Isle” because the grass and vegetation there are always a beautiful shade of emerald green because it rains all the time.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Backup on I-10 East near Resler

Traffic was brought to a crawl Sunday afternoon after an apparent crash along I-10 East near Resler in West El Paso.