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Game day traffic will put a strain on police, says EPPD

The El Paso Police Department is bracing itself for thousands of baseball fans expected to flock downtown.

Judge grants a continuance in Daniel Villegas' 3rd trial

Daniel Villegas' fate remains up in the air.  At a hearing Thursday, Judge Sam Medrano Jr. granted a continuance to give both the prosecutors and defense attorneys more time to sift through 800 hours of telephone calls.

Chihuahuas Lose Three In A Row

The El Paso Chihuahuas left nine runners on base in their 2-1 loss to the Albuquerque Isotopes Thursday night in Albuquerque. The Chihuahuas have now lost three consecutive games and five of their last six.

Eating healthy on a budget: Coronado High students develop program to help

With food prices soaring, can we really afford to eat low fat? Some say the answer is yes.

Fort Bliss honors volunteers for 120,000 hours of service

There are about 30,000 Soldiers stationed at Fort Bliss, and another 10,000 civilians who contribute to the post’s workforce, but there is another working population — also counted in the thousands — that makes the post run sm

Rhinos win streak snapped

The El Paso Rhinos suffered their first loss in 2014 falling to the Idaho Junior Steelheads in a shootout 3-2, the second round of the United Hockey Union National Championship in Las Vegas.

New Mexico river named one of the state's most endangered

A Southern New Mexico river has landed on a list of the country's most endangered rivers. Washington, D.C. based non-profit American Rivers lists the Gila River as the fourth most endangered river in the country.

Sheriff's deputy charged with vehicular homicide

A Dona Ana County sheriff's deputy has been charged with vehicular homicide after New Mexico State Police say she crashed her patrol car into a woman while driving 114 miles an hour.

Cross Border Cuisine serving up healthy lifestyles through cooking

With food prices soaring, can we really afford to eat low fat? Some say the answer is yes.

NMSU celebrates Earth Day

Though Earth Day is officially April 22, New Mexico State University has been celebrating the preservation of the planet throughout most of the month.

Texas A&M student dies after mono diagnosis

A Texas A&M sophomore died from mono recently and her death is leaving her family with a lot of questions. How did this she get mono? That question is taking a backseat to an even bigger mystery, how did she die?

Manzano Mountains State Park open house

To celebrate re-opening, Manzano Mountains State Park is having an Open House on Sunday, April 27, from 1-4 p.m.

Former Austin High principal officially resigns amid cheating allegations

Former Austin High School principal Dr. John Tanner has resigned with the El Paso Independent School District, his lawyer confirmed Thursday.

City wants El Pasoans to plan ahead and expect delays for Chihuahuas opening day

The El Paso Department of Transportation (EPDot) is now urging citizens to plan ahead and expect delays on Opening Day for the El Paso Chihuahuas, April 28, 2014.

UTEP women add 'big' recruiting class

The UTEP women’s basketball team has capitalized on its magical run to the WNIT finals by signing junior-college standout Lawna Kennedy to a national letter of intent to attend school and compete with the Miners for the 2014-15 season, he