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Memorial Held For Bullied Gay Teen

NORTHEAST EL PASO- Family and friends honored an El Paso teen who committed suicide almost two weeks ago, after his family says he was bullied for being gay.

Power Lines Fall On Vehicles In East El Paso

EAST EL PASO- Strong winds knocked down electric lines in east El Paso and shut down power in some neighborhoods.

Solar Photovoltaic System Keeps Water Running for Firefighters

RUIDOSO, N.M. — A solar photovoltaic system installed by the Sun Valley Water and Sanitation District kept the water pumping to volunteer fire fighters fighting the Little Bear Fire when all other power in the area was lost.

Summer P.A.S.S. program to begin

EL PASO- Summer is almost here... a time of fun and celebration, sometimes that means a little drinking and all too often there's driving involved.

Beating the Heat Before Hitting the Road

As you "rev up" for summer... don't forget to "get in gear" and maintain your vehicle... so you won't feel the heat of an unexpected bump in the road.

Dino Day at the INSIGHTS Museum

EL PASO- The dinosaurs are back in El Paso, lucky for us they'll be at the Insights Museum.

Academic Grant to Help Develop Levels of Confidence, Creativity, Expression

EL PASO — The Boys & Girls Clubs of El Paso announced that its fine arts instructional program was awarded a grant from Target Corporation.

Border Patrol Agents Rescue Migrant from Swift Water in Canal

EL PASO — U.S. Border Patrol agents conducted a swift-water rescue operation in the American Canal yesterday in an incident that nearly claimed the life of one migrant.

EPWU sponsors ‘Less is the New More’ workshop

EL PASO — As part of its “Less is the New More” water conservation campaign, El Paso Water Utilities is inviting customers to a free workshop Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at EPWU’s Carlos M.

Obama Administration to Stop Deporting Some Young Illegal Immigrants

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In an election-year policy change, the Obama administration said Friday it will stop deporting young illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children if they meet certain requirements.

Parents and Students React To Garcia's Guilty Plea

EAST EL PASO — We are hearing from parents students about former El Paso School District Superintendent Lorenzo Garcia after he admitted his guilt in a federal courtroom.

Local Parents Raise Apparent Child Prodigy

Meet Caleb... a 2-year-old who considers the alphabet child's play...

Teen Claims Man Raped Her 11 Times

LAS CRUCES — A 55-year-old Radium Springs man suspected of raping a young girl multiple times over the course of several years has been arrested.

Police: Man Breaks Into Ex-Girlfriend's Apartment

LAS CRUCES — Las Cruces Police arrested a 26-year-old man suspected of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment early Thursday morning. Carlos Jaramillo Jr.

Loaded Gun Arrest Interrupts Cross Country Road Trip

LAS CRUCES — A convicted felon traveling from Texas to California was arrested Wednesday after he was discovered to be in possession of a loaded handgun.