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How Does That Radar Work? It Looks Like a Giant Golf Ball

Anyone who's driven along I-10 on the west side of El Paso and looked west out toward Santa Teresa has probably seen it.  What is it?  It looks like a giant golf ball.

Montwood Band to hold fundraiser for D-Day Parade trip

Montwood High School Marching Band has been invited to perform in the D-Day Parade in Normandy, France in June 2015.

First Ebola-monitored group released from Fort Bliss

As part of the United States' effort to prevent the Ebola virus from being introduced and transmitted to America, the Department of Defense announced October 31, 2014 that Fort Bliss had been chosen as a 21-day controlled monitoring install

HHS awards $124k in Affordable Care Act funding to three El Paso clinics

The United States Health and Human Services Services Department has awarded $1.8 million dollars in Affordable Care Act funding to a total of 66 health centers in Texas in order to recognize health center quality improvement achievements and in

Golden, Jones and Watkins Named to All-C-USA Team

Kick returner Autrey Golden, running back Aaron Jones and offensive lineman Jerel Watkins were announced to the All-Conference USA second team Tuesday, as selected by the league’s 13 head football coaches.

Three Miners named to All-CUSA Freshman Football team

Alvin Jones, Derek Elmendorff and Will Hernandez were named to the 2014 Conference USA All-Freshman team the league announced on Tuesday.

First Tee to hold Christmas Family Fun Tournament

The First Tee of Greater El Paso Christmas Family Fun Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 9 Holes at Ascarate Golf Course Delta Nine. Tee times from 12:30-2:00; 4 Person teams-Scramble.

Schwertner Files Bill Targeting Tuition Deregulation

Tuition and fees at the state's public colleges and universities would be capped at their current levels and only be permitted to grow at the rate of inflation under a bill filed Tuesday by state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown.

Pet-proofing your home for the holidays

Holiday decorations can become a playground for pets this time of year.

New Las Cruces City Attorney named

Las Cruces City Manager Robert Garza announced that Deputy City Attorney William "Rusty" Babington will take over as city attorney for the City of Las Cruces on Monday, December 15.

Loya Family Wins National Christmas Competition

     A popular El Paso Christmas lights display won a big competition on national television.

Texas 'satanic' murder trial begins

Opening statements began Monday in the trial of a Texas teenager accused of brutally killing a 15-year-old girl in a brutal satanic ritual.

Texas Judge's dashcam video surfaces

A video released this week showing a Texas judge taking a field sobriety test raises questions about why her case was dismissed.

Amber Alert issued for Houston infant after mother found in fridge

An Amber Alert has been issued for a missing 11-month-old after the body of the child's mother was found stuffed inside a refrigerator inside their Houston, Texas apartment.

Abbott plans to add $4 billion to road funding