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Sharing the Fight: Part 2

This is part of a five-part special report. For the original story, click HERE.  

Sun Bowl All-America classic raises funds for First Tee of El Paso

Over $20,000 were raised to benefit The First Tee of Greater El Paso during the 40th Sun Bowl Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic that took place last week.

Miners cross country advances to NCAA Championships

The UTEP men’s cross country team is headed to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2007 after finishing in sixth place at the NCAA Mountain Regional.

Police ID man killed in Lower Valley pedestrian accident

El Paso Police say that 36-year-old Mario Murillo was killed when a 2003 purple Chrysler PT Cruiser driven by a 21-year-old woman ran over him as he laid in the road on Alameda early Friday morning.

Crime Stoppers hope to ID thieves who hit motorcycle dealership two days in a row

El Paso Crime Stoppers are hoping to identify two men suspected of breaking into a Central El Paso motorcycle dealership and stealing more than $14,000 from the business over two nights.

Pets get Cold too! Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

The past few days of an Arctic blast across a large part of the country including the past couple days in the Borderland has affected over 230 million people.

Volleyball scenarios for NMSU at WAC Tournament

After last night’s win at Chicago State, the New Mexico State volleyball team is still in the hunt for a share of the Western Athletic Conference regular-season title and a No. 1 seed at next week’s WAC Tournament.

UTEP duo named to C-USA All-Academic team

UTEP’s Anthony Rotich and Elphas Maiyo were voted to the Conference USA Cross Country All-Academic team on Friday morning.

The Color Run to brighten El Paso Saturday

To so-called "Happiest 5K on the Planet" comes to the Sun City Saturday.  The Color Run is one of the largest event series in the United States and is the original paint race.

Dona Ana County Sheriff-elect selects Second in Command

Enrique “Kiki” Vigil has selected Mr. Edward Lerma to be his Under-sheriff and be the second in command in running the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department.

City Magazine finalist for national award

An El Paso magazine is a finalist for a national award. The Eddie and Ozzie Awards honor the biggest and most influential titles in the magazine industry.

Reel Review: 'Big Hero 6' vs. 'Interstellar'

This is reportedly Oscar season. This is the time right before the Thanksgiving Holidays that the serious films begin to emerge. "Interstellar," starring Matthew McConaughey has been touted as one of those films.

Texas kindergartner kicked?

A Houston, Texas school employee is accused of kicking a kindergartner in the face and leaving him with bruises.

Nebraska hospital prepares for new Ebola patient

A surgeon infected with Ebola will be transported from Sierra Leone to The Nebraska Medical Center for treatment, a U.S. government official familiar with the situation said.

9 Online: Campaign displays pregnant teen mannequins

El Paso is hitting the big screen, a campaign is causing a stir and a local school needs your help. Paso Del Norte has been named a finalist in a national classroom refresh contest.