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Death row inmate freed after nine years in Texas prison

An intellectually disabled construction worker was freed Wednesday after nine years in a Texas prison, including four of them on death row, after his initial conviction for murdering a year-old infant was overturned.

Local organizations join together to support organ donation

All it takes is one person to save a life. That was message Wednesday from Operation H.O.P.E. and Southwest Transplant Alliance. The two organizations have partnered together to help bring awareness to the need for organ donors.

Miner Mania pep rally kicks off UTEP centennial homecoming festivities

Miner Mania is officially underway in El Paso, and it started pretty early Wednesday morning.

Chidiac named Academy Player to Watch

This week's Academy Sports Right Stuff Player to Watch is Coronado high school offensive lineman Michael Chidiac. The 6-4, 285 pound lineman is helping pave the way for a dynamic rushing attack at cCoronado.

Alleged voter fraud case is on hold temporarily

Justice of the Peace Rosalie Dominguez is challenging the results of the runoff election in May. She accuses her opponent, Enedina Serna of alleged voter fraud and tampering.

Abbott campaigns with Fiorina to reach women voters

 

UTEP women's golf finishes 12th at Aggie Invitational

For the second straight tournament, the UTEP women's golf team put together a solid final round and finished 12th at the NM State Aggie Invitational on Wednesday in Las Cruces.

Lighted arches illuminate downtown bridges

Drivers through Downtown El Paso may have noticed a much brighter commute overnight. Arches are beginning to illuminate the Downtown Bridges, as part of the ongoing TxDot I-10 renovation project.

Bought Red Bull in the last decade? You're likely owed money

Following a recent settlement, customers who bought a Red Bull product between January 1, 2002, and October 3, 2014, are entitled to cash or free products from the energy drink giant.

UPDATE: Woman in Sunday evening crash dies

UPDATE: El Paso Police confirmed that 43-year-old Cynthia Mendoza has died as a result of injuries sustained in Sunday night's crash.

NMSU ranks as a leading Hispanic degree producer

New Mexico State University has been honored as a top university for awarding degrees to Hispanic students for the fifth consecutive year.

UTEP men's basketball selected 2nd in Preseason CUSA Poll

The UTEP men’s basketball team is projected to finish second in Conference USA this season, based on a vote by the league’s head coaches.

Warriors Edge Fight Night coming to the Coliseum

Sheriff’s Explorers in partnership with The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office's Morale, Welfare and Recreation Committee proudly presents: CLASH OF THE TITANS VI, Boxing Event "Warriors Edge Fight Night"

UTEP women's basketball selected 4th in CUSA Preseason Poll

The UTEP women’s basketball team has been pegged to finish fourth in Conference USA this year, according to the preseason poll that was revealed by the league office Wednesday morning.

NMSU volleyball set for three-game homestand

The New Mexico State volleyball team (9-6, 3-1 WAC) begins a stretch of three-straight matches at the Pan American Center by hosting Texas-Pan American in a Western Athletic Conference matchup on Thursday, Oct. 9, beginning at 7 p.m. (MDT).