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Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

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Texas Pastors subpoenaed over equal rights debate

A push for equal rights in Houston could spark a national debate on the freedom on religion. Several ministers are challenging the city's equal rights ordinance and requesting it be suspended.

NMSU’s Branson Library hosts Domenici Photo Exhibit

New Mexico State University’s Branson Library will host the Domenici Photo Exhibit until the beginning of the fall 2015 semester.

CDC: U.S. health worker with Ebola should not have flown on commercial jet

The second Dallas health care worker who was found to have the Ebola virus should not have boarded a commercial jet Monday, health officials say.

Plaintiffs ask Supreme Court to block voter ID

Texas plaintiffs on Wednesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block the state's voter photo ID law in November's election.

A day in the life of Sam Houston

It is 11:03 a.m. and the press conference is about to begin.

CBP to hire Border Patrol agents for Southwest border

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the agency responsible for securing U.S. ports of entry and international borders will accept applications nationwide starting today for border patrol agent positions on the Southwest border.

Teen charged with two counts of vehicular homicide after alleged drunk driving crash

A New Mexico teen has been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide in connection with a deadly crash in Hatch Tuesday night.

WAC coaches selected NMSU Men's Basketball, Mullings preseason favorites

New Mexico State is the unanimous preseason favorite to win the Western Athletic Conference men’s basketball title, while Aggie senior Daniel Mullings was selected as the WAC Preseason Player of the Year in a vote of the league’s ei

U.S. troops assisting in Ebola mission may be quarantined

In an unprecedented move to protect U.S. troops that might be exposed to Ebola, U.S.

Details yet to emerge in Patrick's tax proposal

Since beginning his campaign for lieutenant governor, state Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, has made clear that he wants to lower property taxes.

Lawmakers might address graduation hurdles

In December, roughly 47,000 high school seniors who still need to pass at least one standardized exam will have a final opportunity to clear a hurdle to their diplomas.

A day in the life of Sam Houston

It is 11:03 a.m. and the press conference is about to begin. Sam Houston, the famously named but mostly unknown Democrat running for Texas attorney general, shoots a nervous glance toward the door, then looks down at his phone.

'Howl-O-Ween' tips to keep your pet safe

With the spookiest time of the year coming up we often forget about our furry friends and how they handle the holiday. NewsChannel 9 has compiled a list of tips to keep your fluffy sidekicks safe:

We're celebrating "lunch lady heroes"

In Wednesday's Service Salute, we honored some of El Paso Independent School District's cafeteria managers.

Will It Work: Dutch Glow

In Wednesday's Will It Work segment, Noreen Jaramillo tested out Dutch Glow.