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Murders shock Houston nursing home

Two roommates are dead after a double homicide Wednesday at a senior living center in Houston, Texas. Homicide detectives were called to the Lexington Place Nursing and Rehabilitation facility around 12 a.m. Wednesday.

Miss Native American NMSU crowned

New Mexico State University student Savannah Lee was crowned Miss Native American NMSU 2014-2015 during the university’s celebration of American Indian Week in April.

Las Cruces woman wins two NM Lottery prizes in April

Vicky Vasquez of Las Cruces is on a lucky streak, winning two New Mexico Lottery Scratcher prizes in the past two weeks.

EPPD seeking information on man missing since 2011

Detectives with the El Paso Police Department's Crimes Against Persons Unit is asking for the public's help in finding a man who has been missing for almost three years.

HD 76 runoff between Cesar Blanco and Norma Chavez

El Paso's most contentious race is headed for a runoff on May 27, 2014.  

Sun Metro begins move into new transit operation center

Sun Metro will begin moving their operations to the new Bicentennial Council Transit Operation Center, located at 10151 Montana, just east of Wedgewood.

What you should know before getting refrigerated air

The temperatures are heating up and that means air conditioners are running on full speed. In fact, local refrigerated air company Times Refrigeration said they are swamped with requests for installments for refrigerated air units.

El Paso Mayor expected to discuss economy in State of the City Address

Mayor Oscar Leeser will be delivering his state of the city address Wednesday, 11:30 am at the Convention Center. In his first public speech since being elected in May, Mayor Leeser is expected to talk about economic progress.

CBP surge in the Rio Grande Valley, increase in narcotics

Coming up tonight on News Channel9 at 6pm, we'll be joined by Julián Aguilar from the Texas Tribune to talk about a CBP surge in the Rio Grande Valley.

Man suffered serious injuries in Downtown El Paso hotel stabbing

A man suffered serious injuries in an overnight stabbing in Downtown El Paso early Wednesday morning. The stabbing occurred at approximately 2:46 a.m. Wednesday morning at the DeSoto Hotel located on Mills Ave. near Stanton St.

Vehicle rolls, lands on roof; 1 person injured

One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries following a rollover in Northeast El Paso.

Car fire causes major backup on freeway

Car fire in Central El Paso causes major morning commute backup. The fire happened just before 7 a.m. Wednesday at I-10 & Brown, westbound. No injuries were reported but traffic was backup for miles.

YMCA of El Paso is offering summer deals

The YMCA of El Paso is offering sweet summer deals. They're having Super Summer Signups to get a jump on summer activities.

EPISD considering tax ratification election

Here are three words you probably haven't read in a while: tax ratification election.

Lawmakers to Examine Rehab of Mentally Ill, Addicted Inmates

Prison officials and advocacy groups told lawmakers on Tuesday that when it comes to ensuring that inmates with substance abuse and mental illness issues don’t commit more crimes, they should focus on providing services outside of prisons