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Sears closing more stores?

Sears said this week that it may sell its 51-percent stake in Sears Canada, which operates nearly 20-percent of the company's stores worldwide.  It closed almost 100 U.S.stores last year.

Who's this couple?

Detectives are trying to figure out who their suspects are in a theft case.  A couple allegedly tried to steal a computer from an east El Paso store and there's video evidence.

Microsoft slashes price of X-Box One

Microsoft has slashed the price of its X-Box One and will now offer the console without the Kinect motion control system. Starting June 9, 2014 the company will sell the X-Box One for $399.

New report: Nearly 6% of worldwide deaths in 2012 were alcohol related

Three-point-three million people across the globe died from harmful use of alcohol in 2012. That represents nearly six percent of all deaths worldwide that year. The findings come from a new report from the World Health Organization.

Man accused of threatening girlfriend's life with broomstick

A man suspected of punching his girlfriend and using a broom handle to threaten to kill the woman was arrested Saturday.

Pregnant women 42% more likely to be involved in car accidents

From preparing the nursery to endless doctor appointments pregnancy can be a trying time. Adding to that stress, it could make a woman more likely to be involved in car accidents.

Potential health risk linked to your neighbor's house

New research says there's a potential health risk in an unlikely place, your neighbors' house. If a house near yours goes into foreclosure it may bring so much anxiety and anxiety that your health is negatively impacted.

CBP stops a ton of pot at El Paso port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers seized 2,111 pounds of marijuana at the El Paso port of entry.  It's worth an estimated $1,688,800.

What's in a name?

What's in a name? The Social Security Administration announced the most popular baby names for 2013. Noah unseated Jacob's 14-year reign to become the top name for boys.

Fewer students have jobs on graduation day

A new poll finds more students may be graduating college without having a job lined up. Accenture surveyed about a thousand recent grads and a thousand soon-to-be grads.

EPSO Deputy pulls gun during high school fight

An El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy was forced to pull out his gun during a fight near East Montana Middle School yesterday.

FedEx announces pricing changes for packages

Starting next year, it might cost you more to buy stuff online. That's because Fed-Ex says on January first all packages shipped using its ground service will be priced not just by weight, but by size too.

Study: Drinking coffee could help protect your vision

Drinking coffee could help your eye-sight down the road. According to researchers at Cornell University, coffee has a strong anti-oxidant that may protect the retinas.

El Paso airport features local artists

The next time you stop by the El Paso Airport,you'll be greeted by a splash of local artwork.

Susan G. Komen gives money to local organizations

Race for the Cure in El Paso came and went, but the giving continues to be seen throughout the Borderland.