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Texas man with HIV charged with rape

A Houston, Texas man is due in court Friday on charges that he raped both a 14-year-old girl and a 23-month-old baby who are now infected with HIV.

Nina Pham to be released from hospital, Ebola-free

Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been declared free of the Ebola virus, the National Institutes of Health said Friday. The NIH says it will conduct a media briefing at 11:30 a.m.

Inspirational Texas teen battling cancer passes away

A 17-year-old east Texas teen who gained national recognition through her public battle with cancer passed away overnight, just days after her high school held a special graduation ceremony for her.

Honoring a local principal for serving our community

Friday's Service Salute was sent in by Donna Johnson. She wanted to honor her sister-friend, Dana Boyd. She is seen in the picture with then president George Bush and Mrs. Bush.

Spooky treats for Halloween!

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Police investigate Northeast El Paso stabbing

El Paso Police are investigating a stabbing incident in Northeast El Paso. It happened around 1 a.m. near the intersection of Stevens and Keltner. The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

Victims of candy factory explosion still suffering one year later

This week marks a somber anniversary in Juarez. It was one year ago, that the Blueberry candy factory exploded, kiilling eight workers and injuring nearly two dozen others.

EPISD Board of Managers President: Elected trustees need experience with large budgets

A state appointed Board of Managers will continue to run the El Paso Independent School District School Board for another seven months.  That announcement was made in a letter Thursday from Texas Education Agency Commissioner Michael Willi

Aggies take care of Bakersfield in three sets

The New Mexico State volleyball team won a battle for second place in the Western Athletic Conference over Bakersfield in four sets, 25-21, 25-19, 18-25, 28-26.

UTEP students use simulator to experience distracted driving

UTEP students got to experience the dangers of distracted driving first hand on Thursday, when Allstate's Reality Rides campaign rolled into town.

Second worker's body recovered from waste water plant, OSHA investigates

The two workers who died at the Roberto Bustamante wastewater treatment plant in Mission Valley were employees from Cubic Water, LLC, and were contracted through the City of El Paso, according to the Occupational Safety Health Administration (O

TRAFFIC ALERT: Crash on US-54 at MM 10 near McGregor Range

Otero County Sheriff's officials have confirmed they are at the scene of a serious crash on US-54 north at mile marker 10 near the entrance to McGregor Range. The crash happened just before 5 p.m.

NMSU baseball adds experience to baseball staff

Head coach Brian Green recently announced that Ben Jackson is the new volunteer assistant coach for the New Mexico State baseball team.

Head Start Celebrates 50 Years of Opportunity

This year Head Start is celebrating fifty years of service to our nation and to our community. Head Start has been the premier early childhood education model for providing the whole child an opportunity for success in school and in life.