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Manhunt Monday: Two men wanted for two separate crimes

Local authorities are searching for two fugitives wanted for different crimes.

ASARCO smoke stacks demolition: 1 year later

It was one year ago on April 13, 2013 that the smoke stacks at ASARCO came crashing down in West El Paso.

El Pasoans react to fireball is the sky Saturday night

That "big bright flash" that seemed to stun so many El Pasoans was a meteor about foot in diameter. It was spotted all over the Borderland and even as far away as Phoenix.

Babcock raises level as 'dual sport athlete'

Jade Babcock was a three-year letterwinner for the UTEP soccer team, helping the Miners capture win over win over the last four seasons.  The Senior from Midland, Texas had a semester left of eligibility, and is planning on putting her bes

Boi George sings sweet tune in $267,651 West Texas Futurity (Grade I)

Boi George sang a sweet tune on Sunday and won the 56th running of the $267,651 West Texas Futurity (Grade I) at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino.

Chihuahuas lose second straight to Reno, 6-4

The Reno Aces beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 6-4 Sunday in a back and forth game that saw four lead changes. The Chihuahuas struck first with an RBI single by Travis Buck in the first inning.

UTEP men's golf finishes 10th in Santa Cruz

The UTEP men's golf team landed 10th at the 68th Annual Western Intercollegiate on Sunday in Santa Cruz, Calif., the Miners' final tuneup prior to the Conference USA Championships April 27-29.

U.S. CBP reminds travelers of prohibited items during Easter holiday crossings

Officials with U.S. Customs and Border Protection in El Paso say they expect heavy traffic at El Paso's ports of entry because of Holy Week and the Easter holiday.

County to invest in $76,000 substance abuse program

Substance abuse and addition can destroy an entire family just as much as the person with the problem.

San Elizario special election gets the green light

Residents in San Elizario will soon get a notice in the mail about where they can go to vote in next month's special election.

House party stabbing is gang-related, says El Paso Police

Two men are in the hospital after police say a fight turned into a stabbing in South Central El Paso. Investigators believe the stabbing was gang-related.

Baseball parking meters, Sunset Heights parking zone vote this week

El Paso City Council is expected to straighten out some parking issues ahead of the April 28th opening day at the downtown Triple-A ballpark.

Trial starts Monday for woman accused of hitting, killing Fabens bicyclist

The intoxicated manslaughter trial begins Monday for an El Paso woman accused of running over and killing a bicyclist in Fabens in 2009. 

Miners sweep Middle Tennessee State

The UTEP softball team stormed back from a 4-0 deficit to defeat Middle Tennessee, 6-5, on Sunday afternoon at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex.

Meteors, blood moons.. what's next?

Many people saw the amazing light show last night, which was describes as a big "fireball" that fell from the sky. And today we know what it was!