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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

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El Paso mother says lack of information from Providence after TB exposure only made situation worse

It has been nearly two months since the El Paso community first found out about the Tuberculosis exposure in the nursery at Providence Memorial Hospital. Since then, most of the 860 babies affected have been tested.

UTEP Signs Two Student-Athletes To National Letters Of Intent

A high school senior (Najala Howell) and a junior-college member (Tamara Seda) have signed national letters of intent to attend school and compete with the UTEP women’s basketball team starting for the 2015-16 scholastic year, head coach

Southwest University Park Honored as Ballpark Digest’s Best New Ballpark of the Year

A ballpark should be more than just a ballpark: it should be designed to be an integral part of the community.

Miners Eager to Get Things Going Versus Washington State

A UTEP men’s basketball team that has high hopes for the 2014-15 season will be tested immediately in its season opener versus Washington State on Friday at 8 in the Don Haskins Center.

Floats get "Video-game mania" theme for 78th Sun Bowl Parade

Volunteers are hard at work polishing the jewels in the 78 year tradition that is the Sun Bowl Parade.Sunbowl S

Renderings of Savoy Apartment Loft units slated for Downtown El Paso released

Construction is expected to begin soon on the Savoy Loft Apartments project in Downtown El Paso, and now an architect involved with the development has posted renderings of what the loft units may look like once completed.

UTEP funded by Obama’s Study Abroad Initiative

The University of Texas at El Paso is one of eight universities that recently received funding through the 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative.

Russia plans long-range bomber flights over Gulf of Mexico

Russia plans to send long-range bombers to patrol the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, the nation's defense minister said, in what may be Moscow's latest provocative maneuver.

Dog shot by EPPD Officer in Central El Paso

El Paso Police currently have the 3000 block of Mobile St. at San Marcial closed off after an EPPD officer discharged his weapon at an aggressive dog, according to witness at the scene.

Free blankets available to those in need

As temperatures drop, so does the peril for the elderly and needy families in our community. Last winter, two individuals died in El Paso County due to cold weather exposure.

Residents warned of deed-copy scam

Many Doña Ana County property owners are receiving letters from a company calling itself Records Recovery Services of Santa Fe, N.M.

Update: Crash I-10 West between Schuster and Executive clear

Update: The crash was cleared around 10:15 a.m. Thursday morning. Traffic is now flowing as usual in the area. Earlier:

75 and still kicking; The legacy of the Kilgore College Rangerettes

75 years ago an East Texas drill team changed the atmosphere and culture of Kilgore College football games forever.

Saluting a 21 year U.S. Army veteran

In Thursday's Service Salute, we honored Phillip Hew Len. We're told he has served 21 years in the United States Army. His daughter sent in the photo and said her father is her hero.

9 Online:Free pet adoption day in El Paso

Here is your 9 Online recap! The city of El Paso animal services will be bringing out dozens of animals to get adopted.