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Sun Metro detours for Sun City Craft Beer Festival

Sun Metro will be required to detour Routes 10, 11, 14, 15, 34, 35, 36, 50 and 204 beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, October 3, due to the Sun City Craft Beer Festival.

2014 Hyundai Sun Bowl tickets now on sale

Tickets for the 81st edition of the Hyundai Sun Bowl are now available for purchase.

NMSU rodeo competes well at Cochise College

The men’s and women’s rodeo teams of New Mexico State University held a close lead Sept. 26-27 at Cochise College in Douglas, Arizona, with the men’s team taking second and women’s taking third place.

LCPD: 92 traffic citations issued on Hwy 70 in three hours

Officers from Las Cruces Police, New Mexico State Police and the New Mexico Motor Transportation Department combined to issue 92 citations in less than three hours Tuesday morning during a special traffic operation along U.S. Highway 70.

DASO warns of recent spike in Dona Ana County burglaries

Dona Ana County Sheriff's investigators are warning citizens of a recent outbreak in robberies in two separate areas within Dona Ana County.

Two El Paso schools named 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools

Two El Paso area schools have been named as one of 2014's National Blue Ribbon Schools. The honor was awarded to Cielo Vista Elementary and Transmountain Early College High School.

GECU presents 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival kicks off October 10th

On October 10-12, 2014, the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) in partnership with the El Paso Community Foundation will host the 7th Annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival sponsored by GECU.

Texas boy savors every sight before his vision fades

A young Texas boy whose sight will soon fade is visiting Alaska to see landscapes he has long dreamed about. Ben Pierce was born four months early and weighed just 22 ounces.

Pedestrian killed by train in South Central El Paso

Special Traffic Investigators with the El Paso Police are investigating a deadly train vs. pedestrian crash in South Central El Paso.

Final Gubernatorial debate looms in Dallas

Democrat Wendy Davis has one more chance to share a debate stage with the Republican front-runner in the race for Texas governor, and if the recent past is any guide, she’ll

Davis accuses Abbott of grant fund 'cover-up'

*This story has been updated throughout to include a response from the office of Attorney General Greg Abbott.

Immigrant sanctuary effort may head to Texas

Faith-based leaders in Texas could be asked to open their churches and other places of worship to undocumented immigrants at risk for deportation as part of a growing national movement.

Shopping for jewelry to benefit a worthy cause

You are invited to attend a special event that will help benefit Center Against Family Violence, a shelter for survivors of domestic violence. Lend Us Your Ear is a fun evening of cocktails, food and jewelry shopping.

Dallas hospital isolates patient over possibility of Ebola

A Dallas hospital has isolated a patient to be tested for the deadly Ebola virus, hospital officials confirmed Monday.

Mass held to honor service, sacrifice of law enforcement officers

Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day, and those killed in the line of duty were remembered at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Central El Paso Monday.