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Man Allegedly Stabbed in Juarez Brought to El Paso Hospital

EL PASO - An ambulance came to the Paso Del Norte Bridge to pick up a man who we are told was stabbed in Juarez, but who will now be treated for his injuries on this side of the border.

Nanny Faces Charges for Child Abandonment

EL PASO — A woman was jailed after allegedly leaving three children under her care alone at an apartment. The children, aged 3, 4 and 5, were said to be by themselves for more than an hour.

Bomb Threat On Bridge, A Hoax

El Paso- An update on that bomb threat that closed down the Bridge of the Americas. It was all an apparent hoax. We're told an officer spotted the suspicious package in a car coming from Mexico around one this afternoon.

Looking for a Job? West is Hiring.

El Paso- Need a summer job? Any job? West wants to hire 135 people in El Paso. The telemarketing company starts you at 9 to 10 dollars an hour with possible bonuses.

Cramping James, Heat Take 3-1 Series Lead over OKC

Lebron James suffered cramps and a tough Oklahoma City defense early, but outlasted the Thunder and scored a team-high 26 points along with 12 assists in a 104-98 Miami victory.  The Thunder's Russell Westbrook was on fire early and of

Diablos Mustered Only 5 Hits in 10-0 Loss to Kansas City

The Diablos dropped their second straight game to the Kansas City T-Bones after their offense only mustered five hits against T-Bones starter Josh Rainwater (2-2), who tossed his first complete game of 2012 for a 10-0 victory.

Rodriguez, Quintanilla Getting Plenty of Playing Time

Former Franklin Cougar and current Houston Astros Pitcher Fernie Rodriguez and former Socorro Bulldog and current New York Mets Shortstop Omar Quintanilla are earning tons of MLB playing time. Local 4's Beau Bagley has your 10pm s

City Works To Remove Chain Link Fences Around Parks

EL PASO, TX — The city is cleaning up one feature of El Paso that a city representative calls "unsightly."

School Districts To Pay Bill For School Flasher Signal Installations

EL PASO, TX — The El Paso City Council approved a change involving school zones on Tuesday.

Hot Jobs: Airport Ground Crew

EL PASO - Hot enough for you?  We've been saying it a lot.  It's hot outside.  Many people have to work all day out in the heat. 

USDA honors Anthony, New Mexico woman as best apartment manager in the state

ANTHONY, N.M. -- In a town known for gang activity, an Anthony, New Mexico apartment manager was honored as the best in the state by the United States Department of Agriculture on Tuesday for her work in keeping gang violence down at the complex.

Police Report Drop in Vehicle Thefts and Burglaries

EL PASO — The El Paso Police Department continues to see decreases in several crime categories through first half of 2012 across the city compared to this same time period the previous year.

Rams to Tackle 7-on-7 Tournament at Notre Dame

This weekend, 40 teams will decend on the pantheon of College Football, Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend. El Paso will be represented by Montwood High School.

Rodriguez Sustains Injury in Training

According to David Rodriguez's training camp and doctors, David has sustained a serious right knee injury during training for the upcoming heavyweight fight in Las Vegas.

Patriots Win Over Weekend Vaults Team into 2nd Place

The El Paso Patriots rebounded from Friday night’s 1-0 loss at Laredo in fine fashion, getting an 88th-minute game-winner from Michael Griego to beat the Austin Aztex in Austin, 2-1, Saturday.