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EPCC gears up for 2015 baseball/softball season

El Paso Community College (EPCC) is ushering in spring with the opening of baseball and softball season.

UTEP tennis to begin season Friday

The UTEP women’s tennis team, under the guidance of first-year head coach Cristina Moros, will open the 2015 spring season against Texas State at the El Paso Tennis & Swim Club on Friday. The match is set for a noon (MT) start.

Bald Eagle to be released at Brantley Lake State Park

The eagle has landed—almost. A bald eagle will be released back into the wild at Brantley Lake State Park at noon on Sunday, February 1, after recovering from lead poisoning with the help of many throughout New Mexico.

The Big Game Recipes: Wings & Sauce

Thursday's Big Game recipe comes courtesy of Raul Gonzalez, owner of Ruli's International Kitchen. Wings & Sauce: The recipe is 2-fold: the rub and the sauce.

9Online: Theatre teacher inspires with an "Uptown Funk" viral video

A real life theater teacher at  Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas,TX recruited his students for a project using the Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars hit song "Uptown Funk."

Roof collapses in Socorro house fire

El Paso fire crews responded to a fire in Socorro overnight. It happened just before 4 a.m. on the 9700 block of Staubach.

Wrestling, theater, music and more!

FRIDAY Cocktail Hour: The Show January 30 8 p.m. Plaza Theatre Tickets $20 - $60 plus service fees

Murder suspect apprehended in Albuquerque, NM

UPDATE: Steven Morales, 36, has been apprehended and is now in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Albuquerque, NM. He was booked late Wednesday night. His bond has been set at $25,000.

Special Report: Fighting crime with cameras

It's the morning of January 3rd. Albuquerque police officer Lou Golson pulls over yet another suspected drunk driver, but what happens next is far from routine.

An El Paso couple is expecting a new baby

One El Paso couple is expecting at the El Paso Zoo. 

Police looking for stolen food truck in East El Paso County

El Paso County Sheriff's Office need your help in finding a stolen customized trailer that is used as a mobile kitchen that was stolen from a fenced lot in East El Paso County.

Sun Metro opens new transit center, Brio bus ridership grows

More than 60,000 people are now riding El Paso's Brio buses every month.

Open carry survives despite its supporters