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Iron Knights case colors in Africa

Soldiers and leadership from the 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Armored Division, deployed as Task Force Iron Knights, cased their colors Feb.

Trinity Site open house now twice a year

Trinity Site, where the first atomic bomb was tested, will once again be open to the public twice a year, with the next Trinity Site Open House scheduled April 4.

Billy the Kid's Wild West New Mexico hideout for sale

A historical home with a Billy the Kid connection is on the market in Lincoln, New Mexico. It was once owned by Billy the Kid's girlfriend.

9 ONLINE: Madonna's tumble goes viral

The two time-time Oscar winning feature film that also happens to be the highest grossing animated movie in history is back with more! None other than the magical Disney movie 'Frozen' will be making a coming back in a short film.

SISD Students get Free SAT's

     Students in the Socorro Independent School District had a chance to take the SAT free of charge. Juniors at all SISD schools took the SAT Wednesday.

80's hair metal, football, fun at the zoo!

FRIDAY Quiet Riot February 27 6 p.m. Socorro Entertainment Center 11200 Santos Sanchez Tickets: $10 ticketmaster.com

EPISD counselors prepare for mental health emergencies

Several El Paso ISD counselors gathered at Lafarelle Middle School in Northeast El Paso Wednesday to take part in an 8-hour mental health first aid course.

El Paso on list of Top 10 Spring Travel Destinations in the U.S

El Paso has been named one of the Top 10 Cities for Spring Travel in the U.S. That’s according to CCRA Travel Commerce, a travel company based in Fort Worth.

Tornillo ISD closer to hiring district nurse

After more than a decade without one, the Tornillo Independent Dchool District is now one step closer to hiring a district nurse.

Living with an inmate: Part 1

There are currently over 180,000 people behind bars in Texas and New Mexico. The reasons vary, but there is one common thread in most, the families they leave behind.

Racing commission still at risk of being cut off

 

UMC, County Judge say it's time for a resolution with El Paso Children's Hospital

 County Commissioners met with UMC today and discussed options when it comes to UMC's negotiations with the El Paso Children's Hospital.  

Furious flu season continues as El Paso cases top 5,000

Winter may be winding toward a close, but flu season is still in full swing.

NHRA champions visit Western Tech students

Antron Brown, 2012 NHRA Top Fuel world champion and driver of the Don Schumacher Racing-owned Matco Tools dragster, visited Western Technical College in El Paso, Texas for the seventh consecutive year on Wednesday.

UTEP Women’s Basketball Game Vs. Louisiana Tech Moved To Friday

The UTEP women’s basketball team’s match-up with Louisiana Tech, originally scheduled for 7 p.m. MST Thursday, has been moved to a 12 p.m. MST tip-off at the Don Haskins Center on Friday.