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Questionable PSB Practices Lead To Rule Changes

EL PASO - Less than a week after a couple of El Paso's most powerful former politicians were convicted of public corruption, another questionable business partnership is raising some eyebrows.

District 5 Candidate Runs Into Trouble

EL PASO - City council candidate and pastor Sonia Brown has been hit some ethical roadblocks recently in her campaign.

Update: Woman Gets Money Back From Repair Man

EL PASO – We have an update on a story we reported last week. Much has happened since Emilie Swartz shared her dilemma with us. She said she paid a man $360 to do some work on her roof, but that he never showed up to do the job, and wasn't returning her money.

DEA Drug Take-Back This Weekend

EL PASO - The Drug Enforcement Administration wants to prevent pill abuse, so this weekend they will safely get rid of unwanted medication.

Neon Desert This Weekend

EL PASO - The Neon Desert Music Festival is coming to El Paso April 30 and features local food vendors and 29 bands.

Study: Many Adults Who Claim to Have ADHD May be Faking

A new study finds that almost one in four adults who show up in doctors' offices seeking treatment for ADHD, may be exaggerating or faking their symptoms.

Study: Dieters Tricked by So-Called "Healthy Foods"

A new study says that because dieters are more likely than non-dieters to look for foods that are labeled as healthy, they are also more inclined to pick mislabeled foods that are actually not good for them.

Blue Angels To Return To Amigo Airsho

EL PASO - The Blue Angels are thundering back into El Paso.

What Went Wrong During February Freeze?

EL PASO- Just fix the problem so it never happens again.  That's what El Pasoans are demanding of City Council after the February freeze.  They might get some answers Tuesday night.

Food Costs Follow Gas Price Rise

EL PASO – We've been telling you about the rising gas prices, and how that's been hurting people at the pump. As of this afternoon, the average price of gas was at $3.70 a gallon in El Paso; and a penny more in Las Cruces. However, one economist said the pain doesn't stop at the pump.

New US Home Sales Up in March

A new government report says that the housing market got a lift, as many people bought new homes in March.

Study: Coffee Doesn't Raise Blood Pressure Risk

EL PASO - Despite earlier concerns, a new study says that downing lots of coffee doesn't seem to increase the risk of high blood pressure.

Brandon Marshall Stabbed by Wife with Kitchen Knife

Dolphins Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall was released from the hospital Saturday after what police said was a domestic-violence incident in which he was stabbed by his wife with a kitchen knife Friday in the Miami area.

Fetus Found in Parking Lot of Abortion Clinic

EL PASO- A shocking discovery at an abortion clinic leaves one woman in tears.  A small, unborn fetus, barely the size of a dime, was discovered in the clinic's parking lot.

PSB Calls Special Meeting To Address Potential Conflict

EL PASO - An El Paso company has sold over a $1 million worth of equipment to the water utility the past few years. The president and owner of the company is also a member of the water utilities board.