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Fort Bliss' Defender’s Cup journey ends until next year

Fort Bliss Men’s Soccer Team battled to bring home the Defender’s Cup this year over the Labor Day weekend.

Boxing Clever: A Soldier’s dream to win it big

At a small, nameless gym in the industrial sector of El Paso, grunts and yells accompanied by the urban thump of a large speaker set-up, can be heard streaming through the half open, weather-beaten double doors of this one-time warehouse.

EPPD officers undergo new training program

Far before the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, El Paso Police have been learning to better handle arrests in the community.

Teen wanted for questioning in Doña Ana County shooting

An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for a 17-year-old Anthony teen wanted in connection with a shooting.

BBB warning: Expect scammers to use nude celebrities as 'click bait'

Better Business Bureau is warning that it expects to see scammers taking advantage of the recent leak of nude celebrity photos to trick consumers into clicking on links to fraudulent websites.

Nolan Richardson named Grand Marshal of Thanksgiving Parade

Following his recent induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, El Pasoan Nolan Richardson will return to the Sun City to lead the 78th edition of the FirstLight Federal Credit Union Sun Bowl Parade as grand marshal on Thanks

NMSU offers free Tuesday night dance classes

New Mexico State University’s College of Education DanceSport Company offers free dance lessons every Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m. Classes are held at Rentfrow Gymnasium.

Minerpalooza to be 'Party of the Century'

The University of Texas at El Paso welcomes back all Miners and UTEP fans alike for the dawn of a new semester and the start of football season.

Farmers ask officials to stop rail yard

Rows of cotton that have been picked by the same family for generations sit in the shadow of a railroad track in Mumford, a small farming community about 22 miles northeast of College Station in the Brazos River Valley.

Wallace Hall case will come before Grand Jury

Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Corruption case casts shadow over Hidalgo County race

 Hidalgo County voters will elect a new top lawman this November, replacing a former sheriff who was

West Texas solar plant comes online

Less than eight months after breaking ground, the company constructing one of the state’s largest solar plants says it has begun harnessing West Texas&rs

Sun Metro detours 10 routes for railroad construction

Effective immediately, Sun Metro will be required to detour routes 10, 11, 14, 15, 34, 35, 36, 50, 70 and 204 due to railroad work along Oregon and Stanton. This detour will be in effect until further notice.

Take your dog for a dip this weekend

The dog days of summer are almost over but you still have a chance to take your poodle on a final swim. The 6th Annual "Dog Swimming Day" will take place at the Nations Tobin Aquatic Center, 8831 Railroad Dr.