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Rochelle Nieman memorial run this weekend

Abundant Living Faith Center & ONE Sisterhood is hosting a race this weekend in honor of their pastor Rochelle Nieman, who passed away two years ago from ovarian cancer.

Chihuahuas Bark at the Park wins MiLBY Promotion of the Year award

The El Paso Chihuahuas have one more accolade to add to their phenomenal opening season of baseball. Their wildly popular Bark at the Park theme jerseys have won Promotion of the Year at the 2014 MiLBY awards.

Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull bring the 'Don't Stop the Party' tour to Haskins Center

Music superstars Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias have announced a concert date in El Paso at the Don Haskins Center in early 2015.

Honoring two El Paso natives who are proudly involved in the military

Thursdays' Service Salute was sent in by KristalAnn Smith. She wanted to honor her sister and brother-in-law, SueAnn Denson and James Denson. This photo was taken at the 2014 military ball in Yakota Air Force Base in Tokyo.

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THROUGH NOVEMBER 9 Footloose: The Musical UTEP Dinner Theatre 500 W. University Ave. Held over through November 9 Thursday - Sunday

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UTEP unveils piece of art on campus

A Bhutanese piece of art will now greet UTEP students and the public on campus.

Fort Bliss soldiers receive top military honors for bravery during 9-month deployment to Afghanistan

More than a dozen Fort Bliss soldiers were awarded medals for their bravery while on a nine month deployment in Afghanistan. The soldiers are part of the 2-5 Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division.

Mandatory Ebola quarantine approved for returning military personnel

A mandatory three week quarantine has been set for all military personnel serving in the Ebola-stricken areas of West Africa. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel signed the order Wednesday morning.

Chihuahuas groundskeeper has front row seat to World Series

It was a night baseball fans dream of. Game seven of the World Series. And the head groundskeeper for the El paso chihuahuas had a front row seat to all the action.

Oil and gas revenue could fund state transportation projects

Almost $2 billion dollars in oil and gas revenue may soon be used to fund transportation projects across the state, but that's only if the idea is supported by voters.

Santa Fe County Deputy charged with murder makes first court appearance

Tai Chan, a Santa Fe County Sheriff's Deputy, and his lawyer John Day made their first appearance in front a judge at the Dona Ana Magistrate Court Wednesday afternoon.

Aggies Close Out Home Schedule with Greek Night and Senior Day

The New Mexico State volleyball team (12-9, 6-3 WAC) concludes this season’s home schedule with two critical Western Athletic Conference matches, versus Seattle U and Utah Valley.

EPCC Women Win Regional Title

The El Paso Community College (EPCC) Cross Country team traveled to Hobbs, New Mexico on October 25th for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region V & Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) cross country m

UTEP To Wrap Up Regular Season At Old Dominion Thursday

The UTEP soccer team will play its regular-season finale at Old Dominion at 5 p.m. MT Thursday.