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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 1:34pm

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Free Glow Sticks Available for Kids on Halloween

As part of the Las Cruces Fire Department’s effort to ensure that children have a safe Halloween, firefighters are offering free glow sticks for kids who will be trick-or-treating.

Two people injured in West El Paso car crash

Two people were taken to the hospital after a serious car crash in West El Paso.

Saluting two friends with the U.S. Army

Monday's Service Salute photos were sent in by Jose Perez. He wanted to honor his friend, First Sergeant Telles.

Catholicism on the decline in El Paso

Thousands of Catholics from all over embarked on the pilgrimage to Mount Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the monument on Sunday. It's a special showing of faith and devotion.

Catholicism on the decline in El Paso

Thousands of Catholics from all over embarked on the pilgrimage to Mount Cristo Rey, in Sunland Park, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the monument on Sunday. It's a special showing of faith and devotion.

Rhinos sweep Wichita in first home series

Lukas Znosko, Sebastian Borg and Vojtech Zemlicka all scored twice and the El Paso Rhinos capped their first home series by equaling the goal output of their first two games in a 10-1 win, sweeping the Wichita Junior Thunder Sunday evening.

Bakersfield rallies to beat NMSU soccer, 4-2

Layla Todd and Jennae Cambra each tallied a goal in the first half, however, the Aggies couldn’t overcome Bakersfield’s second-half rally and dropped a 4-2 decision Sunday afternoon in Western Athletic Conference.

NM State Men’s Golf Wins the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational

The New Mexico State University men’s golf won the Price’s Give ‘Em Five invitational Saturday, holding on to their second round lead and edging out the competition by one stroke.

30 Percent chance of Tropical Cyclone formation in Eastern Pacific

The Pacific is quieting down, but there is a little activity going in the Easter Pacific.

UTEP Clinches Bid To C-USA Championships With 2-1 Win Vs. FIU

The UTEP soccer team pushed its unbeaten streak to six while also clinching a bid to the upcoming Conference USA Championships (Nov. 5-9) after downing FIU, 2-1, at University Field Sunday afternoon.

UTEP Pushes Marshall to Four Sets

The UTEP volleyball team (4-17, 2-8 C-USA) dropped its Conference USA road contest to the Marshall Herd, 3-0 (25-16, 25-9, 22-25, 25-18) on Sunday, as freshman Coline Coessens secured her seventh double-double performance this season.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic backed up on I-10 near Lee Trevino

El Paso emergency crews have responded to a traffic incident along I-10 West near Lee Trevino. TxDOT traffic cameras showed the right lane completely closed off around 2:30 Sunday afternoon.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic backed up on I-10 near Lee Trevino

El Paso emergency crews have responded to a traffic incident along I-10 West near Lee Trevino. TxDOT traffic cameras showed the right lane completely closed off around 2:30 Sunday afternoon.

Motorcyclist hit in Lower Valley; arrest made

El Paso Police say a person was arrested after a vehicle hit a motorcyclist early Sunday morning in the city's Lower Valley.

Motorcyclist hit in Lower Valley; arrest made

El Paso Police say a person was arrested after a vehicle hit a motorcyclist early Sunday morning in the city's Lower Valley.