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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

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Attorneys call judge in Perry case thoughtful, fair

If Bert Richardson remains on the bench for the criminal case against Gov.

Secretive group launches pro-Perry site

A secretive nonprofit, which until recently has been known solely for its efforts to unseat New York Democrats, has launched an online campaign in support of

Critics charge local bond elections lack transparency

It was a powerful lineup of Texas Republicans who joined Comptroller Susan Combs early last year at a state Capitol news conference.

Movies & music = free fun!

FRIDAY Alfresco! Fridays August 29 6 p.m.  Convention Center Plaza Band: Fungi Mungle Free

Psychologist: Manhattan Heights rapist has a "mild intellectual disability," "mentally limited"

It has been nearly two days since a jury found 26 year-old Arturo Valtierra Payan guilty of kicking down a woman's door in El Paso's Manhattan Heights neighborhood, choking and raping her, then threatening to cut off her fingers with a

Chihuahuas End Road Season With Win

The race is on.  The race for the Chihuahuas to finish as a .500 ballclup.  

Retailer pulls shirts reminiscent of Holocaust

Spanish fashion retailer Zara has apologized for selling a striped T-shirt bearing a yellow star that drew criticism for its resemblance to uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp inmates.

Two Las Cruces residents honored for saving teen struck by lightning

Two Las Cruces residents were honored as heroes tonight after they jumped into action to help several kids who were struck by lightning last week.

Guard's Arrival on Border Brings Reassurance, Concerns

This week at Anzalduas Park, which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, a Texas Department of Public Safety boat patrolled the calm waters just feet away from the Mexican side of the river.

“Out for Blood” campaign launches in El Paso

Anyone who drinks and drives will give a blood sample if they refuse a breathalyzer. That’s the message from El Paso District Attorney Jaime Esparza.

Wellness Wednesdays: How to encourage kids to live healthy

Lizzie Martinez, fitness trainer at New You Gym, joins us today on Today El Paso to talk about how to encourage children to live a healthy lifestyle.

Guard's Arrival on Border Brings Reassurance, Concerns

This week at Anzalduas Park, which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, a Texas Department of Public Safety boat patrolled the calm waters just feet away from the Mexican side of the river.

Franklin High School ranks among top high schools in U.S.

A top honor goes to Franklin High School in West El Paso. The Cougars were recently named one of the best high schools of 2014 by The Daily Beast, a news reporting website.

Authorities tight lipped about teacher accused of inappropriate behavior

Authorities remain tight lipped about a Canutillo teacher who's accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. We still don't know the teacher's name or what he's accused of doing.

New Chapin QB aiming to continue Huskies Success

The Chapin Huskies enjoyed three seasons with one quarterback and won three District and Bi-district titles, but Seth Gonzalez is gone and now it is Leondre Williams' turn.