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UTEP considering hikes in tuition and fees for 2014-2015 school year

Many parents dream of their kids going to college but dread making the payments, and now, those payments could soon get more expensive.

Should Texas require E-Verify?

To E-Verify, or not to E-Verify? That could be a question to come up in the race to the Texas Governor's mansion.

Should Texas require E-Verify?

To E-Verify, or not to E-Verify? That could be a question to come up in the race to the Texas Governor's mansion.

Las Cruces principal and teacher camp out on roof of school

A Las Cruces school prinicpal and a P.E. teacher are taking enthusiasm for their students to new heights, by camping out on the roof of their school.

City Magazine highlighting El Paso's amazing doctors

From the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at Texas Tech to the city's numerous hospitals, the medical industry is booming here in El Paso.

Bliss celebrates Month of the Military Child

Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Mendoza, Fort Bliss Garrison command sergeant major, speaks to a crowd of children and parents during a celebration at the Main Child Development Center on West Fort Bliss April 2.

UTEP senior forward honored with C-USA Spirit of Service award

UTEP Women’s basketball senior standout Kristine Vitola will receive the Winter Conference USA Spirit of Service award, the league office revealed Wednesday afternoon.

Report: Majority of deportations from U.S. are for minor violations

More than 2.3 million people were deported from this country from 2008 to 2013, and only a small fraction of them were removed for serious crimes.

EPISD documents show former Austin principal removed over alleged retaliation

NewsChannel 9 has learned more about why the El Paso Independent School District Board of Managers voted to remove former Austin High School Principal John Tanner.

Local boxing group plans fundraiser for autism

Boxing club 'Pound 4 Pound' will hold a fundraiser for "Speak up for Autism", an organization formed to assist those affected by autism, on Friday, April 18.

UPDATE: Sheriff's Deputies locate missing teen, discontinue search

UPDATE: EPCSO notified us at 5:28 p.m. that Barraza has been located. We thank the community for your assistance in locating the missing girl. EARLIER:

Family of seven displaced in Chaparral fire

A family of seven is being assisted by the American Red Cross after their single-wide mobile home was completely destroyed by a fire Wednesday afternoon in Chaparral.

Bull rider from Eastern New Mexico University killed during practice

A bull rider for the Eastern New Mexico University rodeo team died on Tuesday night after a bull stepped on him during practice.

Aggies series in North Dakota cancelled

The University of North Dakota has announced that officials have deemed the Kraft Memorial Field unplayable after a recent storm dropped additional snow.