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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 11:59am


World's Largest Grand Piano Revealed

POLAND— What could be the world's largest grand piano was unveiled Thursday in Poland, and Guinness has been notified.

Twins Born in Poland to Different Fathers

WARSAW, Poland— A pair of twins have been born in Poland— with each child being fathered by a different man.

MSNBC: Severed Head of Investigator Delivered in Suitcase

From MSNBC: The severed head of a Mexican investigator looking into the disappearance of an American has been delivered to authorities in Mexico, the sheriff on the Texas side of the border told NBC News on Tuesday.

3 Convicted Of Starving Child To Death Because He Didn't Say "Amen"

BALTIMORE (AP) - The leader of a household that authorities described as a religious cult was convicted Tuesday along with two other people of starving a 1-year-old boy to death because he did not say "Amen" during a mealtime prayer.<

SeaWorld Keeps Killer Whale

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Despite calls to free or destroy the

Man Upset About Semi Trucks Parked In Neighborhood

A man is upset about neighbors parking semi trucks on streets in Fabens. He says it makes it difficult for people to get in and out of their houses and makes it dangerous for children walking home from school.

UTEP Graffiti Found at NMSU

Graffiti was found on campus at NMSU Tuesday.

Texas Governor Candidate Surprised

Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina says she has questions about whether the U.S. government was involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Adopt a Pet for Valentine's Day

The El Paso Human Society knows that Valentine's Day will be lonely for some in the borderland, but offers a solution. They say you can adopt a pet, to keep you company.

YMCA Breaks Record

El Paso is in the Guiness World Record Books. 40,148 people dance along as the village people sang at the 2008 Sun Bowl. That made it the largest YMCA dance ever.

Peacocks a colorful scourge on Florida island

LONGBOAT KEY, Fla. - Kip O'Neill is worried that peacocks will ruin her family's Christmas.

Reindeer dung ornaments, jewelry net Ill. zoo $20K

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - Necklaces and Christmas ornaments made from dime-sized pieces of reindeer droppings have earned a Bloomington, Ill., zoo nearly $21,000 this holiday season.