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Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 11:56am

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UTEP senior named to All-CUSA preseason team

UTEP’s Ashley Eldridge was named to the 2015 Conference USA Softball Preseason team as selected by the league’s 12 head coaches on Wednesday.

First place Aggies to hit the road

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team hits the road this week for the first two games of a three-game Western Athletic Conference road trip. The Aggies (10-6, 3-0 WAC) meet Grand Canyon (6-9, 0-2 WAC) on Thursday, Jan.

Chico to deliver Valentine's day packages

Surprise your loved one with a Chico’s Valentine’s Day gift package! Chico, the Chihuahuas mascot, will be making Valentine’s Day deliveries from February 11-14 in the El Paso area!

Body found on Greyhound bus from El Paso to Dallas

A passenger has been found dead on a Greyhound bus at a Dallas maintenance facility.

Roses are red thanks to two borderland residents

Thorns can't keep Roger "Doc" Stalker and his wife Marlene away from pruning at the El Paso Rose Garden.

Hearts hidden in Downtown El Paso

In a mere 4 weeks, on Valentine’s Day, couples will exchange gifts and dine together in an effort to express their love. Singles will seek candidates for what could be their potential mate and make plans to share in the romance.

Largest cocaine seizure since 2010 at Columbus POE found in cement

A 60-year-old Las Cruces man was arrested at the Columbus Port of Entry on Friday for allegedly attempting smuggle over thirteen pounds of cocaine valued at $435,000 hidden in joint cement.

East Point Elementary's 'precautionary lockdown' lifted

Officials with Ysleta ISD confirm to NewsChannel 9 that the lockdown at East Point Elementary, on the city's eastside, has been lifted.

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. to host annual fundraising dinner

Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. (DMRS) will hold its 6th Annual Fundraising Dinner on February 5, 2015 at 5:30 PM at the Camino Real Hotel located at 101 South El Paso Street.

Passwords you shouldn't be using in 2015

Almost all your important information in life these days is proctected by a password, sometimes a simple one to crack.

McCaul plan would fund Guard, aid Border Patrol

 

Inmates involved in deadly TDCJ bus crash released from Odessa hospital

Three of the inmates who were injured in last week's deadly Texas Department of Criminal Justice bus crash were released from the Odessa hospital where they had been treated on Wednesday.

Horizon City PD nabs alleged home burglar from California

A 39-year-old California man was arrested early Wednesday morning as he was allegedly trying to enter a Horizon City home with a gun.