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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 11:59am

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EPWU project to affect Doniphan Drive traffic

Beginning Monday, Sept. 8, an El Paso Water Utilities sewer line rehabilitation project will affect traffic along Doniphan Drive.

CBP arrests two suspected drug smugglers at Santa Teresa POE

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers seized over 160 pounds of marijuana Thursday morning at the Santa Teresa port of entry.

Investigators dig for clues after burned body found in basement of Downtown El Paso building

It was only just the start of the work day when a group of maintenance workers found themselves in the middle of a crime scene.

NMSU researchers address regional air quality issues

Over the last four years, researchers at New Mexico State University have been involved in a bi-national study focused on pinpointing dust sources and evaluating the health effects of windstorms in the border region.

Analysis: For Voters, a Few Discouraging Words

    Just when the campaigns begin imploring us to vote, we see reports about elections and election laws gone haywire.

Miner fans get ready for the "party of the century"

Orange and blue will cover UTEP's campus tonight for the 24th annual Minerpalooza, kicking off the start of the football season. UTEP will face off against Texas Tech on Saturday.

325 pounds of drugs seized at Bridge of the Americas Wednesday

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers had a busy day at the Bridge of the Americas on Wednesday. Officers there made five separate drug seizures which totaled 319 pounds of marijuana and 5.1 pounds of cocaine.

Democratic lawmakers ask for more mobile Voter ID units

Texas Senate Democrats want Secretary of State Nandita Berry to work on making more mobile voter ID units available between now and November to ease fears that many eligible voters don't have the photo IDs the law require

Analysis: For voters, a few discouraging words

Just when the campaigns begin imploring us to vote, we see reports about elections and election laws gone haywire.

For Van de Putte, questions about private, public Work

As a practicing pharmacist and former board director of the Texas Pharmacy Association, state Sen.

Mexican shrimping fleet leaves Brownsville after Tropical Storm Dolly passes

The Port of Brownsville returns to normal operations Thursday, after the departure of two Mexican shrimp fleets that sought safe harbor ahead of Tropical Storm Dolly.

Texas woman believed son possessed by devil, tried to 'cleanse' him

A San Antonio woman and her boyfriend were indicted on sexual assault and injury to a child charges after police found the woman's 6-year-old son unresponsive in her bathroom.

UTEP cashes in on beer sales at games

UTEP is among a growing number of universities in the country selling beer on campus at sporting events as a way to generate more revenue.

Las Cruces businesses capitalizing on national monument

Las Cruces businesses are learning how to capitalize on the region's newest national monument.

HS FOOTBALL: Hanks, Oñate win on Thursday

The second week of the High Schol Football season kicked off Thursday with a pair of games in the Borderland that saw Oñate and Hanks come away winners.