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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 11:59am


ICE Arrests Previously Deported Criminal Alien On Fraud And Re-entry Charges

EL PASO – A man remains in federal custody after his Jan. 24 arrest by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents.

More than 100 Needy Families Get Help from Anthony PD

ANTHONY, TX - More than 100 needy families in the Borderland got some help today, from the Anthony, TX Police Dept.

Developing Story: Suicide Victim's DNA Linked To Esme Barrera Murder

AUSTIN - A suspect in the recent murder of El Paso native Esme Barrera has been identified by Austin polic

TX Women Face Higher Risk of Cervical Cancer

Experts say women in Texas face a greater-than-average risk of being diagnosed with cervical cancer.

NM Animal Shelter Has Boxer Overload

The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley wants to get the word out: they're over-capacity. Since January 1st, over three dozen boxer or boxer-mix dogs have been picked up as strays or brought into the shelter.

Guilty Conspiracy Plea From Barrio Azteca Gang Member

WASHINGTON - Court documents Thursday revealed a guilty plea made by Barrio Azteca gang member Hector Galindo, 37, aka “Silent” of El Paso in a racketeering conspiracy to distribute drugs in prison.

Passport Card Application Available Online

Most of us agree that carrying bulky passports around can get annoying. So, here's some good news from the U.S. State Deptartment.

City Implements Rules Against Public Posting Of Campaign Signs

El PASO – With election season kicking into gear, the City of El Paso Environmental Services Department is seeking the public’s cooperation in following regulations for posting campaign signs.

Teens, Juvenile Arrested After Failed Beer Run

EL PASO – Three teens and one juvenile were arrested on various charges as a result of a cornerstore theft early morning Wednesday.

I-10 To See Hike In Speed Limit

AUSTIN - Over 1,500 miles of Texas highways will see speed limit signs of 75 mph, and El Pasoans can soon expect these higher speed limit signs on some parts of I-10.

El Paso Soldier Pleads Guilty To Illegal Recruiting Scheme

An El Paso soldier Thursday pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to obtain approximately $190,000 in fraudulent recruiting bonuses from various military components and their contractor, according to Assistant Attorney General Lanny A.

Taco Bell to Serve Breakfast

That bell at the border is now ringing a little earlier. Taco Bell debuted a breakfast menu today at nearly 800 of its restaurants.

JCPenney to Slash Prices

If you're looking for a sale every day of the week, you may want to stop by a JCPenney. Starting February 1st,

El Paso Comes In As 3rd Least Literate

EL PASO - El Paso makes yet another national list, and this time the borderland gets an "F" in literacy among a list of 75 cities.

Crime Stoppers To Award Tipsters More Money

AUSTIN – A boost in rewards for Texas Crime Stoppers and the Texas Department of Public Safety will reach up to $5,000 for the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders program.