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Free checking disappearing at big banks

Free checking is quickly disappearing at the country's largest banks, but credit unions are still offering the accounts.  

Credit Score: What you don't know can hurt you

AARP says only one in five people regularly check their credit scores and as we all know, what you don't know really can hurt you.

Main Gate closed at Holloman Airforce Base for few hours Friday

Officials over at Holloman Air Force Base want to remind you that today, Friday February 28, 2014 the Main Gate will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for maintenance and tests of the the active vehicle barriers.

Stop and smell the roses in El Paso

The El Paso Rose Garden  will open for a new season tomorrow Saturday, March 1, 2014. It is one of the 133 rose garden's in the United States that is officially certified.

Feds to investigate GM recall response time

Federal investigators are trying to determine whether General Motors responded quickly enough before recalling nearly one-point-four million older model vehicles for faulty ignition switches.

Verizon Wireless is looking into possible security breaches

Verizon Wireless is looking into possible security breaches at two retailers that use its technology, that's according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

City leaders, love birds break ground on San Jacinto Plaza

City leaders broke ground on the San Jacinto Plaza makeover, with the help of some lovebirds.

Hillary Clinton to talk health care in Florida

Hilary Clinton's public schedule is raising speculations about a run for office in 2016.

Need help preparing your taxes?

Have you filed your taxes yet?

'Credit Donkey' rates El Paso among 'Best Cities for Young Entrepreneurs'

CreditDonkey.com announced a list of the "Best Cities for Young Entrepreneurs". El Paso ranks at #10, among 3 other Texas cities: McAllen/Mission, Austin and Houston.

Eating more veggies may help lower blood pressure

A new study finds eating more vegetables may help lower your blood pressure.The new findings were published monday in the scientific journal "JAMA Internal Medicine."

New report: Pentagon plans to reduce Army forces

The Pentagon is apparently planning to "shrink" the number of soldiers in U.S. Army. According to the New York Times, Defense Secretary Hagel wants to reduce Army forces to their lowest level since before the U.S.

Colleges using new ways to target rich alumni

Be careful what you buy because your alma mater may be tracking you. Some U.S. colleges and universities are using advanced data mining technology to estimate how much alumni can donate.

DEA turns to texting to fight prescription drug abuse

A pharmacy tech who makes $12 an hour but drives a Mercedes. A rumor that a pharmacist may be trading sex for drugs. A prescription note with handwriting that's a little too easy to read.