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Perry attorneys challenge amended indictment

An amended indictment against Rick Perry is "woefully deficient" and should be rejected because it fails to allege a crime was committed when the former governor vetoed funds to the Travis County district attorney's office nearly

Special Report: Online dating and hook-up apps in the Borderland

The quest for love can seem endless, just one bad date after another. But what if love was just a science? An algorithm waiting to be solved, and all you had to do was find your match.

Hotline, chief county administrator among reforms for County Commissioners

 Commissioner Vince Perez said this Commissioners Court has been working to make policies that create more transparency and make good use of tax payer money. 

Texas Just Can't Shake These Cold Fronts!

What a winter it has been. Or, as we say in Texas, "It's been a humdinger!" Another significant cold front has swept through the entire state, and it has caused more ice and snow.

5th ranked Eagles advance to area round of playoffs

High School Boys Bi-District playoffs begin Monday but a pair of tie-breaker games decided seeding in El Paso on Friday. Below are the results and schedules. 6A BI-DISTRICT PLAYOFFS

Knights talk about second straight state championship

Hanks girls team won the 5A State Team Championship (Daniela Flores won Gold, Adrienne Holguin won Gold, Rebekah Cordova won Silver, Shania Villalba won Silver, Giselle Escobedo took 4th, and Ana Colon took 5th)

Mariachi group needs your help to perform at Disneyland

Several young musicians are getting the opportunity of a lifetime.  They'll perform on Good Friday at Disneyland in California.

Man dies after vehicle falls on top of him

Update: A man has died after a vehicle fell on top of him in West El Paso during an industrial accident. The accident happened at around 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Providence Memorial Hospital.

Home undergoing renovations in East El Paso catches fire Monday afternoon

El Paso Fire Department Crews responded to a condition 2 fire just after 3 p.m. Monday afternoon in the 1700 block of Dean Jones Drive in East El Paso.

SISD students learn about sports medicine

John Drugan 8th graders got to learn about sports medicine during their P.E. classes Monday.  The teachers were Americas High School sports medicine students.

Breast Cancer survivor: Komen Race is like a birthday

This year's Komen Race for the Cure is March 1. One survivor, this year, is 15 years strong.

'Military Saves Week' to encourage financial freedom

Security Service Federal Credit Union is helping those who serve our country by educating them on ways to save for the future.

New Report Cites UTEP’s contribution of $1.4 billion to local economy

Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) has released a report showing that The University of Texas at El Paso contributes $1.4 billion to the local economy.

$5,000 reward offered for wanted Texas counselor

Texas Department of Public Safety Officers have added a 25-year-old woman to the Most Wanted Fugitive list and are offering a $5,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.

Conjoined twins separated successfully at Texas Children's Hospital

Two 10 month-old girls born conjoined, are now separated after a very delicate surgery and miracle procedure. It was performed by the doctors at Texas Children's Hospital, Haley Hernandez reports.