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El Paso drainage issues for July 24 public meeting

The United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC) has scheduled a public meeting for July 24. 2014.

Las Cruces woman arrested, charged in 7-month-old child’s death

A 33-year-old Las Cruces woman has been charged in the death of her infant daughter.

El Paso Museum of Art announces summer camps

The Museum School is happy to announce the 2014 summer camps for children alonng with classes for adults. Camp topics include drawing, recycled art, wax batik, cartooning, printmaking, watercolor painting, and bookmaking.

Roswell bank error: 'It's their mess up'

A Roswell, New Mexico man suddenly had more money than he'd ever imagined, thanks to a big "bank mistake." He deposited a check for $430, instead he got credit for $43,000.

Six dead in Houston shooting

A Texas man is in custody after allegedly shooting and killing six people, including four children, during a domestic dispute in Spring. 33-year-old Ron Lee Haskell surrendered Wednesday night after an hours-long standoff.

Academic gains slowing; no consensus on why

 

Money saving tips for the summer months

Summer is in full swing, which means temperatures continue to rise and so can electricity bills.

REMINDER: Water will shut off in certain areas

Crews are cutting off water supply to certain areas to add a new water main connection. The areas affected are Colorado Avenue between San Pedro Street and Campo Street, and Campo Street between Texas Avenue and Arizona Avenue.

Helpful information that can benefit your credit

A non-profit small business leader is giving El Pasoans the chance to repair their credit. Accion Texas along with El Paso Affordable Housing Credit Union Service Organization is hosting credit repair and management workshop.

Special Assignment: No Pain, No Gain?

It’s intense. It’s meant to make you sweat. And it’s meant to make you healthy.

Special Assignment: No Pain, No Gain?

It’s intense. It’s meant to make you sweat. And it’s meant to make you healthy.

El Paso cab drivers accuse new car service "Uber" of operating illegally

It's a battle at the curb for a ride. But many taxi drivers in El Paso are accusing another transportation company of competing unfairly and operating illegally.

City to divide duties of Dep. city manager on leave

The City of El Paso will have to split job duties of a deputy city manager who's now on paid administrative leave. As we told you last week, Jane Shang is on paid leave from June 1st until December 31.

4 kids, 2 adults killed in domestic shooting near Houston

(CNN) -- Two adults and four children were killed in a domestic shooting in Spring, Texas, on Wednesday night, said Harris County Constable Ron Hickman.

Chihuahuas game postponed after 'Dawgs take 3-2 lead

The game between the El Paso Chihuahuas and Albuquerque Isotopes Wednesday has been suspended in the bottom of the first inning because of rain and wet field conditions.