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Wal-mart to offer auto insurance

Wal-mart will soon start offering auto insurance. The nation's largest retailer said today (Wednesday) it is partnering with autoinsurance.com to provide customers with "a one stop shop" for their auto insurance needs.

Home prices chilled

Home prices chilled a bit in February, that's according to the S-and-P/Case-Shiller Home Price index. Of the 20 major cities covered by Case-Shiller, San Diego recorded the highest month-to-month gains, a mere one-percent increase.

Summer reading tips for your child

Maybe your child gets a summer reading list, or perhaps you just want your kids to enjoy curling up with a good book on a warm summer evening. we've got some tips for you.

Local singers audition for El Paso Chihuahuas

Since February, the El Paso Chihuahuas have been looking for National Anthem singers.  There's a new singer each game, so singers had a better chance of success.

Monday is Holocaust Remembrance Day

Monday is Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel and many jewish communities around the world. Ceremonies began after sundown Sunday.

CDC warns of long flu season

Flu season should be over, but public health officials are saying, not so fast. It seems we are seeing a second wave of flu hitting the U.S.

Fundraiser for Crystal Saldana's family

Family and friends are raising money to benefit the family of a woman killed in crash last weekend.  Police suspect the driver,  27-year-old Brian Gamero, was drunk when we allegedly rear-ended Crystal Saldana's car.

New research: Will high school students choose paycheck or college?

New research shows a lot more high school grads are choosing a paycheck over more years in school.

Need to get rid of 'sensative' documents? Shred them for free

If you have any documents that should be shredded because they contain personal information, now you can have it done for free. It's all part of the Secure Your ID Day, hosted by the Better Business Bureau in El Paso.

Loretto Academy Senior named Gates Millennium Scholar

One of the 1,000 2014 Gates Millennium Scholars is Loretto Academy Senior Noheli Gabriela Romero. Romero maintained high grades through her 4 years at Loretto.

FDA releases proposed e-cigarette regulations

(CNN) -- The Food and Drug Administration is making another attempt at regulating electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products.

First lady has three upcoming acting gigs on TV

The first lady is apparently in high demand on the small screen. Michelle Obama has three acting gigs scheduled in the coming weeks.

Ten Cathedral High students named Gates Millennium Scholars

Cathedral High School Center for Advanced Studies will honor 10 of its students on April 24, 2014, who were named 2014 Gates Millennium Scholars.

Tire disposal event on Saturday

Several organizations teamed up to provide free tire disposal on Saturday, April 26th from 7a.m. to noon.

New 'powdered alcohol' product may hit market

A new powdered alcohol product has hit a hiccup in getting to market. The federal agency that originally approved "Palcohol" reversed its position Monday.