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Benavidez to emcee V. Dale Antreasian Memorial Park renaming ceremony

District 5 Doña Ana County Commissioner Leticia Duarte-Benavidez will emcee the dedication of Doña Ana County’s newly renamed V. Dale Antreasian Memorial Park at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug.

Traffic advisory on I-10W/Avenida de Mesilla

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) District One office is assisting law enforcement with traffic control on I-10 mile marker 140/Avenida de Mesilla exit.

FBI raids former Anamarc College campuses, owners home

The FBI has confirmed that they have executed search warrants at all Anamarc locations and at the home of the owners, Marc Houde and Ana Pina-Houde in El Paso's Upper Valley.

Keurig releases new 2.0 operating system

Keurig has just come out with its new operating system, Keurig 2.0.  The Keurig changed the coffee industry and the way millions of people drink coffee. Their new operating system is now available at Walmart.

Highway shut down after serious car crash

A portion of Spur 601 was shut down after a serious car crash early Wednesday morning.

Health officials looking to crack down on electronic cigarettes

The electronic cigarette industry is worth $2 billion and growing fast.  Health officials say the popularity among teenagers is a growing concern. 

Celebrities walk Emmy Awards red carpet wearing designs from El Paso jeweler

A bit of El Paso was on display at Monday night's Emmy Awards.  Several celebrities were wearing jewelry from well-known El Paso jeweler and gemologist Susan Eisen. 

Chihuahuas Bust Loose For Win

Jeff Francoeur went 3-for-4 with an RBI in the El Paso Chihuahuas 7-4 win over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Tuesday night at Security Service Field.

New Mexico Tech accidentally emails out student info

A big mistake at New Mexico Tech University in Socorro may have put the personal information of its students at risk.

Teen arrested for mass shooting threat at NMSU

A teenager is behind bars in Las Cruces accused of threatening a mass shooting on the NMSU campus.

City to pay $2.3M in assets, cash for Loop 375 West extension

City Council officially signed off on their contribution to TXDoT for the Loop 375 West extension. They authorized the City Manager to pay more than $2.3 million towards the project, just more than four percent of the total cost.

C'mon, get hoppy! Sun City Craft Beer Fest returns for second year

The inaugural year of El Paso's Sun City Craft Beer Fest was such a success in 2013 that organizers have announced its return for a second year.

NMSU set to host Cal Poly in season opener

The NM State football team hosts the Cal Poly Mustangs Thursday, August 28, at 6 p.m. (MT) at Aggie Memorial Stadium in the season opener. This will be the fourth meeting between the two teams and the third game in Las Cruces, N.M.

EPISD Police Officers remind motorists to slow down

Police are out in full force this first week of school -- pulling over drivers who are speeding through school zones.

Valtierra-Payan guilty on all counts in Manhattan Heights rape trial

It took jurors just three hours to convict Arturo Valtierra-Payan on all five counts relating the rape of a woman in Central El Paso's Manhattan Heights neighborhood.