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Nothing Bunt Cakes next 'Fountains' tenant

A new tenant could bring spe-cialty pastries to the Fountains at Farah in East El Paso, ac-cording to permits filed with the City. Nothing Bundt Cakes will open up a spot in the shopping center.

Thousands affected by power outage caused by car wreck

It was a rough start Monday morning for some Las Cruces residents who started their day without power, and it was all caused by a car crash.

Olive Garden's big problem? Cold breadsticks

Olive Garden is trying to attract more customers with a bold publicity stunt: a limited time only Never Ending Pasta pass that quickly sold out and started showing up for sale on eBay.

North Korea: American Matthew Miller sentenced to 6 years hard labor

For months he was held captive by the North Korean regime, not even sure what he would be charged with.

Hunt continues for man accused of killing toddler

The hunt continues for a former El Paso man accused of killing a 2-year-old girl in Colorado. Police still think he might be hiding in the Borderland.

Murray runs for 167 yards in 26-10 Cowboys victory

Coming off an embarrassing 28-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in week one, the Dallas Cowboys traveled to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans at LP Field.

Aggies go 36-8 at Aggie Invitational

The New Mexico State women’s tennis team concluded play on Sunday at its home tournament, the Aggie Invitational, being held at the NM State Tennis Center.

Miners soccer gets back into the win column vs Weber St.

Taylor Kidd (36:57) and Angela Cutaia (49:34) each scored to help the UTEP soccer team secure an impressive 2-1 victory at 2013 NCAA Tournament participant Weber State Sunday afternoon.

A powerful tool against domestic violence

Editor's note: Joe Torre, Major League Baseball's executive vice president for baseball operations, was a nine-time All-Star as a player and managed the New York Yankees to four world championships.

In Health Care, Organizers Find Issue to Spur Hispanics

When Armando Rodriguez opened the front door of his home here on the city’s west side, Chris Ornelas of the Texas Organizing Project met him with one question.

Inside Texas Politics: Frontrunners' Strategy

On this week's edition of WFAA-TV's Inside Texas Politics, I talked with host Jason Whitely and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Bud Kennedy about the campaigns being run by three GOP statewide candidates.

Deadly motorcycle accident in Central El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating a three motorcycle accident that left one person dead near Paisano and San Francisco. Officials tell Local 4 News that one person died at the scene and 3 others are being treated at the scene.

Hillary Clinton stumps for Iowa Democrats, and herself

INDIANOLA, Iowa (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton told reporters Sunday that the purpose of her return to Iowa for the first time in over six years was "to support candidates." But 2016's presidential politics were everywhere on a sun-soak

The final steak fry: Honoring Harkin with a large helping of politics

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- When Tom Harkin supporters Joan and Gary Kiernan decided to throw the congressional candidate a fundraiser in 1972, they charged $2 for the ticket, picked up the costs for the steak, salad and baked potatoes and gave the fun

Residents get ready for fast approaching flu season

 With summer coming to an end, the fast approaching flu season is a concern for residents. The season typically starts in October and can stick around as late as May.