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Electronics to be scrutinized under new TSA security measures

The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday that officers may ask passengers en route to the United States from overseas to turn on their electronic devices to prove they work and aren't explosive devices.

In Texas, less progress on reducing teen pregnancy

 

Field is set for Chivas soccer game at the Sun Bowl

The stage is set for a world class soccer match in El Paso and Sunday’s big match is also a big test if the city hopes to land a Major League Soccer team.

Chihuahuas rally comes up short in SLC

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored two runs in a ninth-inning rally Saturday, but had two runners on base at the end of the game in their 5-3 loss to the Salt Lake Bees at Smith’s Ballpark.

Chivas practices in Sun Bowl

Club Deportivo Guadalajara S.A. de C.V., commonly known as Chivas, announced their 22-man roster that will travel for the club’s first two matches of their 2014 U.S. Tour in El Paso, TX and Los Angeles, CA.

Edie Rubalcaba, former district clerk, dies

Funeral arrangements are set for El Paso's first Hispanic and first female District Clerk.

Local non-profit collects donations for undocumented minors

As the number of undocumented, unaccompanied minors crossing into the United States illegally continues to grow, donations from the community in El Paso are piling up to help them once they arrive.

Should headers be banned in youth soccer?

As the World Cup continues, on Sunday El Pasoans will see its own big soccer match. One of the most dramatic-looking moves in the game is the 'header', which is hitting the ball with your head.

Berino woman allegedly stabs her sister during an argument

A Berino woman is behind bars tonight after allegedly stabbing her younger sister during an argument.

"Lagartos" drawings up at San Jacinto Plaza

A colorful update to the ‘Lagartos’ canvasses surrounding San Jacinto Plaza. Alligator posters now surround the plaza.

Hurricane Arthur is now a Post-Tropical Cyclone

Hurricane Arthur is thankfully losing speed and energy as it continues to move north along the east coast.

The hike in gas and food prices doesn't stop 4th of July plans

For those hitting the road this 4th of July weekend, it didn't come cheap. 

Transparency committee to remind UT System of directive

 

UPDATE: Water service restored to Northeast residents

UPDATE: After several hours of work, crews repaired the broken water main break and water service was restored for residents at about 6:00pm on Saturday. ORIGINAL STORY:

Chihuahuas Start Trip With Win

The Chihuahuas scored all of their runs on two out hits in El Paso’s 5-1 win over the Salt Lake Bees Friday night at Smith’s Ballpark.