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"The City" Magazine Invites You to "Best of the City" Awards

     The best restaurant, the best doctor and so much more, “The City” magazine has you covered with a list of "The Best around El Paso. The winners are chosen by El Pasoans!

The Big Game: Beau's Super Bowl XLIX Preview

Seattle is known for rainy days, but it's been pretty sunny in the Emerald City the last two NFL seasons, because the Seattle Seahawks have been on top of the world.

Amid Uncertain Future for TexasOne, New Effort Emerges

A Texas-based economic development team is rolling out a new marketing tool to recruit businesses to bring new jobs to the state. Sound familiar?

5 minute work-out to wake your body up in the morning

We helped you wake up on NewsChannel 9 Today. Here’s a 5 minute workout to get your blood pumping and wake your body up! Our friends at Sierra Providence Health Network show us how to do the 5 Minute Wake-up/Warm-up Workout.

Will It Work: Slice Cake Cutter

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out a cake cutter.

Ancient Aztec weapon "Alt-alt" available for demonstrations.

What if you could experience what life was like in the Southwest thousands of years ago? Well now you can.

Man accused in deadly Christmas Eve crash pleads not guilty

An El Paso boxer accused of killing three people in a drunken driving crash says he's not guilty. Joel Garcia entered his plea in court Tuesday morning.

The Big Game: The Borderland's biggest Seahawks fan

Scott Butzon was born in Seattle in 1971, so he has the Emerald City running through his veins. Scott was a Dallas Cowboys fan until 1976... When Seattle finally got an NFL team of their own, the Seahawks.

Aggies 11th at Arizona Intercollegiate

The New Mexico State men’s golf team finished in 11th place in the 2015 Arizona Intercollegiate at the Sewailo Golf Club, a par 71, 7,283 yard course.

Big Game: Snack Suggestions

Wayne Hilton is an El Paso-based event planner. These are his Super Bowl snack suggestions 1. Chips and salsa bar

El Pasoans to see several utility fee hikes in coming months

Your electric bill could go up next year because El Paso Electric needs to cover the cost of new facilities.

Lawyer wants test of 'powdery substance' found in deceased deputy's wallet

The lawyer for a former Santa Fe County deputy accused of killing a fellow deputy is requesting a test of a "white powdery substance" found in the deceased deputy's wallet, and has raised questions about the police's investiga

Autopsy reveals cause of death of man shot and paralyzed by off duty officer

Andrez "Andy" Elias Cortez, was shot an paralyzed by an off duty El Paso Police Department officer in 2010. Cortez died Jan.2, 2015. An autopsy revealed Cortez died from bronchopneumonia.

Case against former Gov. Perry to proceed

    * Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Seven MORE Reasons the Sun Is Good for Our Health

I know what you're thinking: "How in the world could you be so happy, Rob, when you're wearing a $3 pair of plastic sunglasses?" True, my nuclear furnace radiation protective eye devices are very cheap (and even fell apart 7 s