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Friday, July 25, 2014 - 9:53am

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El Paso Police: Deadly Transmountain crash ruled suicide

El Paso police said the man killed Monday night in a crash on Transmountain committed suicide.

Chihuahuas fall in 13-inning pitchers duel, 3-2

Shane Peterson’s bases loaded infield single with two outs in the top of the 13th inning provided the decisive run in Sacramento’s 3-2 win over the El Paso Chihuahuas at Southwest University Park Tuesday night.

Self defense classes offered to community health workers

The New Mexico Department of Health Office of Border Health and partners offer a no cost self-defense class in Spanish for local community health workers (promatoras) on Friday, July 25th at Gold Medal Taekwondo at 519 E.

Crews extinguish morning fire at Western Refining

A fire at Western Refining on Wednesday morning caused a brief shutdown of Trowbridge Drive as crews fought the blaze.

Temporary closure Cherry Creek and McMillan Campgrounds

The Silver City Ranger District implemented a temporary closure for Cherry Creek and McMillan Campgrounds located off New Mexico State Highway 15 effective immediately.

Shelter will hold pet adoptions Saturday

Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley staff and volunteers will facilitate dog, cat, puppy and kitten adoptions this Saturday, July 26.

Drinking water systems draw federal concerns

 

Parents are spending hundreds on back to school shopping

As summer quickly comes to an end, parents and kids are getting ready for school to start up again. School supply shopping is at the top of the "to-do" list. 

Officers shot in South Texas standoff

A man suspected of shooting two South Texas police officers is "presumed dead" in the Rio Grande valley town of La Joya.

Fruit recall affects Costco, Trader Joe's, Walmart, Kroger stores

If you've picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart stores recently, keep reading.

Tabla pairs up with Sommelier for wine dinner night

Downtown favorite Tabla, and its Chef, Norbert Portillo have teamed up with Sommelier Manny Jemente to try and break the mold of typical wine dinners in El Paso.

Analysis: A border plan — and a political one

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Media consortium plans more exit polling in Texas

Two years ago, a consortium of news outlets that conducts nationwide exit polls during every November election announced it was scaling back efforts in Texas and 18

Drinking water systems draw federal concerns

More than 310 public drinking water systems in Texas — nearly 4.5 percent of the state's regulated public water systems — have quality issues that haven’

Remember the movie Beetlejuice? Now it's a local play

Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not head out and catch a local play?