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Angry Owl to take over old Jaxon's location

One of the old Jaxon's restaurants in the westside is being turned into a cantina. A new restaurant called Angry Owl Southwest Grill and Cantina is expected to open by the end of January at Mesa St. and Castellano.

Holiday travelers in a race with Mother Nature

The rush is on. AAA says this will be the busiest travel season ever, with as many as 98.6 million Americans leaving home for the holidays.

As Kolkhorst moves up, another election is nigh


Woman Found Dead in Anthony, Texas, Identified

     El Paso County Sheriff's investigators have released the name of a woman found dead in Anthony, Texas on Halloween. She has been identified as 49-year-old Hilda Monge. Investigators now say she was murdered.

Moscow Ballet in El Paso Tuesday 23rd

     We have a special holiday treat to tell you about. The Moscow Ballet is in El Paso Tuesday. To tell us more about it is Maria Skoruk, a ballerina in the production.

El Paso teenager accused in deadly Juárez crash

An El Paso teenager is accused of causing a crash in Ciudad Juárez that left two people dead.

Miners Win Tourney Title

Vince Hunter posted 18 points and 16 rebounds to earn MVP honors at the WestStar Bank Don Haskins Sun Bowl Invitational as UTEP topped Kent State, 78-75, for the championship on

Suspected arsonist of at auto repair shop arrested

A suspected arsonist is behind bars. Rosaura Barron, 24, is accused of setting three vehicles on fire at the J and J Auto Repair Collision, 8049 N. Loop, back on September 10th.

NMSU races past Northern, 78-39

Five players scored in double figures as New Mexico State used a balanced offensive attack to upend Northern New Mexico 78-39 Monday evening at the Pan American Center.

Miners guard named C-USA Freshman of the Week

UTEP point guard Lulu McKinney has been named the Conference USA Freshman of the Week, the league office revealed Monday. She is the first Miner to be so recognized since Irene Gari achieved the distinction on Dec. 10, 2012.

It's a Pre-Christmas Texas Cold Front

If you're hoping for a white Christmas here in Texas, you'll have to wish a just little harder next year. If you're hoping for a lot of cold, gusty wind right before Christmas, then, my friend, this is your forecast gift!

Unemployment rate sees lowest since 2008

Some good news on the El Paso job front to close out 2014. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, November's unemployment rate in the city dipped to 5.8 percent, the lowest since May 2008.

Tips to taking better holiday pictures

Most all of us will be busy taking pictures over the holidays, but before you snap away, the Doña Ana Photography Club has a few tips to make sure you're not disappointed by your photos.

Hollywood stars to lecture at NMSU

Class will soon get a lot more exciting for some students at NMSU. Several Hollywood stars will be lecturing on campus.

Traffic stop turns into $2m pot bust

A simple traffic stop by El Paso Police officers turns into a multi-million dollar marijuana bust.