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Chihuahuas split series with OKC

Tyler Greene’s sixth inning double brought home El Paso’s only two runs Saturday in the Chihuahuas 10-2 loss to the Oklahoma City RedHawks. The Chihuahuas won two of the four games at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

Search continues for Horizon City kidnapping suspect

The manhunt continues after El Paso Sheriff's investigators say a man kidnapped a 12-year-old girl, sexually assaulted her, and then left her at a movie theater.

Texas police chief killed in traffic stop

Texas-police-chief-killed-6 (Originally Published: 8/23/2014 7:41 PM) Updated 9:42 p.m., CORREX comment was from sheriff, graf 7 Highlights Police Chief Michael Pimentel had made a traffic stop

Days after booking, Perry swings through New Hampshire

    Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Women Veterans' Symposium aims to connect and create awareness

The Women Veterans' Symposium is held with the hopes of connecting women veterans with each other and making them aware of the resources they have access to. It is hosted by the Military Veteran Peer Network. 

Aggies Draw First Blood, but Fall Late at Loyola Marymount

Loyola Marymount scored twice in the second half to break a 1-1 tie and upended New Mexico State, 3-1, Friday evening in the season openers for both teams.

Experimental SpaceX rocket explodes near Waco

A small rung on the long ladder to Mars broke Friday, when a rocket test in Texas ended in a midair ball of fire. Debris from the SpaceX F9R rained down from the flames onto an open field outside of McGregor, near Waco

Perry slams Obama in New Hampshire, stays silent on indictments

Rick Perry ticked the countries off one-by-one, his list of what he terms President Barack Obama's foreign policy failures.

Obama orders review of military equipment sales to police

President Barack Obama has ordered a review of programs allowing for state and local enforcement to buy military equipment, a senior administration official said Saturday.

Obama orders review of military equipment sales to police

President Barack Obama has ordered a review of programs allowing for state and local enforcement to buy military equipment, a senior administration official said Saturday.

Davis releases second attack ad, on cancer agency

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Search for kidnapping suspect after girl taken from football game

Investiators need your help in finding a man wanted wanted in a kidnapping and sexual assualt case that happened on Friday near Horizon High School in Far East El Paso.

50-year-old motorcyclist run over after hitting police car

El Paso Police have identified the 50-year-old motorcyclist killed in an early morning wreck on I-10 near Raynolds and Paisano.

Miners play to a season opening draw vs Texas St.

Senior goaltender Sarah Dilling posted two saves while also making several other quality plays off her line to help the UTEP soccer team forge a 0-0 tie against Texas State in its season opener at University Field Friday evening.

Troopers aim high with lofty goals

The Eastwood Troopers, mired in mediocrity for years, had eyes on a playoff spot in 2013, only to falter to Franklin (55-31) and Montwood (21-0) in their last two games, finishing 6-4, 3-4.