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Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 4:56pm

Family: Necropsy shows dog shot in back of head by ETX deputy

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Middleton family released the video above of proceedings directly following the shooting incident.

Local Boy Scouts of America will host a merit badge lunch

The Boy Scouts of America, Yucca Council is hosting the first-ever Merit Badge Lunch sponsored by First Light Federal Credit Union.  The proceeds will provide support for the Yucca Council’s strategic goals focusing on youth recruitm

Brain training: A smarter, faster you

 Whether you're a baseball player looking to improve your eyesight or a baby boomer hoping to prevent dementia, science wants you for a few brain training experiments.

'Strong gas odor' reported at Loma Terrace Elementary; students bused to Bel Air HS

UPDATE: Officials with YISD confirm that crews from the Texas Gas Service were able to repair the gas leak and classes at Loma Terrace Elementary are expected to resume as normal on Friday, April 25.

Severe drought in Brazil culprit of spike in coffee prices

Coffee prices have doubled since late last year, and drinkers of the black stuff may soon start to notice. The culprit: a severe drought in Brazil, the origin of roughly a third of the world's coffee.

El Paso companies hiring corporate chaplains as employee support system

There's a growing trend in the corporate world for businesses to hire chaplains for employees who are dealing with personal issues and need someone to talk to.

Kentucky postal worker jailed for stashing 44,900 pieces of mail

Newman, Jerry Seinfeld's diabolical nemesis and United States postal worker, was denied his dream transfer to Hawaii when the Post Office discovered he hadn't been delivering a lot of the mail he was supposed to be.

National Junior Ranger Day at Chamizal National Memorial

Chamizal National Memorial will celebrate National Junor Ranger Day as part of April's annual National Parks Month.

Daytime temperatures can be dangerous for people, pets

The Las Cruces Police Department is reminding motorists that rising daytime temperatures can cause death or serious injury to pets or people left in an enclosed vehicle.

Lower Valley residents dealing with ongoing flooding

A Lower Valley is concerned with the pump station in his neighborhood. Israel Fuentes claims the El Paso Water Utilities pump station, a machine which is supposed to control flooding in parts of the Sun City, may not be working properly.

FDA releases proposed e-cigarette regulations

(CNN) -- The Food and Drug Administration is making another attempt at regulating electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products.

First lady has three upcoming acting gigs on TV

The first lady is apparently in high demand on the small screen. Michelle Obama has three acting gigs scheduled in the coming weeks.

7-Eleven robbed overnight in Northeast El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating an aggravated robbery at a convenience store in Northeast El Paso. It happened before 2 a.m. Thursday at the 7-Eleven on Dyer and Hondo Pass. We're told one person was detained at the scene.

Alcohol may have caused a rollover crash in Central El Paso

Alcohol may have been the cause of a rollover crash in Central El Paso.

Mt. Cristo Rey is celebrating a milestone

One of the borderland's largest monuments has reached a milestone. Mount Cristo Rey is celebrating its 75th year anniversary.