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Interns needed to help with Neon Desert Music Festival

Do you have what it takes to be an intern for the Neon Desert Music Festival? If so, you have until Friday to apply. Interns are needed for the following positions:

Medicare funding still in jeopardy for Providence Memorial Hopsital

Providence Memorial Hospital has another month to prove its meeting standards to receive medicare funding.

Infant transported to UMC with serious injuries after falling from shopping cart

A 9-month-old girl was transported to University Medical Center in South-Central El Paso with possible life-threatening injuries after falling from a shopping cart at the Goodwill store in the 9000 block of Montana Wednesday afternoon.

Got Junk? American Pickers heading to Las Cruces in March

Have any items, a collection, or junk you want to sell? Don’t quite know what’s in your barn, attic or storage shed? Well, help maybe on the way.

Texas plumbing truck lands in the hands of Islamic militants

A small town plumbing company in Texas is making quite a name for itself, but not in a good way.

LCPD names 6-year-old an Honorary Member of SWAT team

The Las Cruces Police initiated its newest SWAT Team member on Wednesday night.

Miner Soccer Honored

UTEP soccer sophomore Aleah Davis has been named as the institution’s recipient of the 2014 Conference USA Fall Spirit Service Award, as announced by league commissioner Britton Banowsky Wednesday afternoon.

Hurd family property named to National Historic Register thanks to NMSU grad

A New Mexico State University graduate’s final project has succeeded on a national level.

Franklin HS offensive coordinator named head football coach at Pebble Hills HS

The former Offensive Coordinator at Franklin High School has been named the first-ever head football coach at Socorro ISD's new high school, Pebble Hills High for the 2015-2016 school year.

Holiday stress a factor for spike in domestic violence

"I told you, we shouldn't have gone, you made me go," said Sandra Garacia, Client Services Director at the El Paso Center Against Family Violence.

SISD responds to 'Taco Dog' drama

Some parents in Socorro Independent School District are up in arms over a particular food item that showed up on their kids' plates earlier this week.

El Paso zoo stunned by the loss of 17-year-old Arabian Sand Cat

The death of 17-year-old Arabian Sand Cat, Naiade, at the El Paso Zoo has stunned the zoo community.

UTEP'S community service earns national recognition

The Corporation for National and Community Service recently announced that The University of Texas at El Paso is included in the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Rabid fox found in El Paso, city urges citizens to vaccinate pets

Animal Services of El Paso confirms that they captured a rabid fox last week, and are now reminding the community to vaccinate their household pets against rabies.