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Hollowman training the next generation of combat pilots

Recently, Holloman's mission has transformed from projecting combat airpower to training the next generation of combat pilots. Among its many aircraft, Holloman is the premier training base to both the MQ-1 Predator and the MQ-9 Reaper.

Doug-istan: Texas man tries to start country in someone's house

You might recall the popular Family Guy episode when the main character Peter seceded from the United States. Well, it was no joke Monday when Doug Leguin here tried to start his own country in someone else's house!

Las Cruces motorcyclist seriously injured in crash

A 25-year-old Las Cruces man is fighting for his life in an El Paso hospital this afternoon following a serious crash in front of Mayfield High School yesterday afternoon.

UMC needs help identifying unresponsive patient

University Medical Center is reaching out to the El Paso and surrounding communities this afternoon asking their assistance identifying a man who is currently unresponsive after being transported to the hospital by ambulance earlier this week.<

Baby Boom: Ice Storm to Blame for Increase in Births

Oh baby! Doctors around North Texas are experiencing a baby boom. Bayor Medical Center reportedly saw 50 more deliveries in July than last year. And plenty of women are pregnant and ready to deliver in the next few weeks.

Business sees pros of Lieutenant Governor candidates

On the campaign trail, state Sens.

Veterinary medicine lacks Hispanics in Texas, U.S.

Nudged by a father who trained racehorses, Dr. Orlando Garza set off to study veterinary medicine in College Station 35 years ago.

Local outlet mall gets a new store

Shoppers will now have another option when it comes to shopping at the Outlet Shoppes at El Paso.

High paying jobs for high school graduates

A college degree means earning $17,500 dollars more than those with just a high school degree, according to a Pew Research Survey. However, numbers show a decline in college enrollment since 2009.

Nurse: Schools can be a hotbed for germs, back-to-school health tips

They can be a petri dish of germs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that, on average, elementary school kids get 8 to 12 colds or cases of the flu each school year.

Chihuahuas fall to Sounds, 4-2

Nashville’s Michael Blazek and El Paso’s Matt Wisler both pitched six innings in the Sounds 4-2 win over the Chihuahuas Thursday at Southwest University Park.

Former UTEP QB leads Chicago on game winning drive

Former UTEP quarterback Jordan Palmer rallied the Chicago Bears to a 20-19 preseason victory over the Jaguars on Thursday night in Chicago. Palmer started the fourth quarter and threw for 73 yards, completing 6 of 9 passes.

Kings sign former Aggie Sim Bhullar

The NBA dream became closer to a reality for former NMSU center Sim Bhullar Thursday after signing a contract with the Sacramento Kings. The 7-foot-5, 360 pound big man posted on his twitter account:

Camp Alpine Report: Defense much improved in year 2 under Stoker

August 2013, only four weeks before the start of the regular season, UTEP Defensive Coordinator Scott Stoker got to hold his first official practice with the Miners.