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Lovington dogs attacked with acid

Two dogs in Lovington, New Mexico were attacked with acid again this week in a disturbing sequel to a similar attack in July. This time, the puppies weren't as fortunate, and didn't survive.

We're cooking with Chef Johnny Flores!

Red Snapper E.P.C. Ingredients: 8 oz  Snapper Filet 2 oz White Wine ¼ Cup Sliced Artichokes ¼ Cup Sliced Mushrooms ¼ Cup Chives

High paying jobs for high school graduates

A college degree means earning $17,500 dollars more than those with just a high school degree, according to a Pew Research Survey. However, numbers show a decline in college enrollment since 2009. 

Nurse: Schools can be a hotbed for germs, back-to-school health tips

School can be a petri dish of germs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that, on average, elementary school kids get 8 to 12 colds or cases of the flu each school year.

Chihuahuas fall to Sounds, 4-2

Nashville’s Michael Blazek and El Paso’s Matt Wisler both pitched six innings in the Sounds 4-2 win over the Chihuahuas Thursday at Southwest University Park.

Former UTEP QB leads Chicago on game winning drive

Former UTEP quarterback Jordan Palmer rallied the Chicago Bears to a 20-19 preseason victory over the Jaguars on Thursday night in Chicago. Palmer started the fourth quarter and threw for 73 yards, completing 6 of 9 passes.

Tracy Lawrence to perform at Fort Bliss summer concert series

Country music star Tracy Lawrence will be performing at the 'Let Freedom Sing' summer concert series at Freedom Crossing on post next week. The concert, free to the public, draws hundreds to Freedom Crossing.

Chile art auction raises funds for hospice care

Hospice El Paso's 6th annual Art from the Heart fundraiser showed off its well-known southwestern flare.

Kings sign former Aggie Sim Bhullar

The NBA dream became closer to a reality for former NMSU center Sim Bhullar Thursday after signing a contract with the Sacramento Kings. The 7-foot-5, 360 pound big man posted on his twitter account:

Once a Soldier, always a mentor, for VA education chief

Inspiring, mentor, professor, Soldier, entertaining, a planner. His business card is embossed with the words “Together, Maintaining Excellence through Empowerment.”

El Paso's first mixed-income complex opens

El Paso's first mixed-income, mixed finance apartments opened Thursday. Eastside Crossing celebrated the grand opening of its 188 energy efficient apartments.

More than 100 fugitives arrested in sting operation

More than 100 area fugitives are behind bars tonight following a multi-agency sting operation.

Two of four units at the Montana Power Station will go online next year

El Paso electricity is about to get an upgrade. The first two units of the Montana Power Station are scheduled to be online by March 2015 just in time to meet the summer 2015 peak.

Lt. Governor candidate calls for subsidized community college

State Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, says the state should pay college students’ tuition and fees for two years if they attend a public community college in the state.