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Deli to close up after 40 years serving the Sun City

The original Blimp restaurant is saying goodbye. After more than 40 years of serving up sandwiches, first on E. Mills St. and now on Texas Ave., Gary Hoff is putting away his deli slicer Friday.

El Paso man sentenced to federal prison for producing child porn

Tomas Steven Quiñones, 48, was sentenced Monday to 18 years and 9 months in federal prison, and an additional 10 years of supervised probation for production of child pornography.

NMSU alumni targeted by door to door scam

New Mexico State University alumni who live in Albuquerque are being targeted by a new scam.

Forest fire burning in Guadalupe Mountains National Park

A popular Borderland hiking trail is closed because of a forest fire. It's burning in Guadalupe Mountains National Park.

Lightning strike hits, kills Juarez man

A Juarez man was killed Saturday after he was struck by lightning.

First group of Hondurans deported from new U.S. facility

The first group of Central Americans deported under stepped up U.S. efforts to crack down on illegal immigration arrived in Honduras on Monday.

Firefighters battle vacant building fire in Central El Paso

Emergency crews battled a fire at a building adjacent to the old St. Anne's Center on Piedras near Cypress in Central El Paso. The building is currently vacant.

El Paso County School Uniform Swap: Helps families in need

The community is coming together to help Borderland students get the schools supplies they need. Organizers with the 5th annual school uniform swap are asking for gently used uniforms and backpacks.

Scam Alert: Las Cruces Utilities customers target of scam

Las Cruces Utilities is warning area residents of a scam that is targeting customers.

4-month-old found dead in Texas motel

Fort Worth Police await autopsy results to determine how a four-month-old child died. The infant's body was discovered at a Motel 6 located at 6600 South Freeway.

Village of Ruidoso moves to Level I fire restrictions

Because of recent moisture from the monsoons, the Village of Ruidoso has moved to Level I Fire Restrictions. Although the restrictions are being downgraded, please continue to be vigilant and call 911 if you see any signs of smoke.

Metal icons Judas Priest coming to Don Haskins Center

Ever since it was announced that metal icons Judas Priest would be unleashing their 17th studio album overall, Redeemer of Souls (on July 8, 2014), their legion of fans have been wondering if the band would be launching a supporting tour.

Task force continues investigation into Las Cruces area officer-involved shooting

A multi-agency  Officer-involved incident task force continues to investigate an officer involved shooting from Saturday.

Texas child, 9, wakes up to man molesting her

Parker County Sheriff's Deputies arrested 35-year-old Israel Andrade Saturday morning and charged him with burglary of a habitation, with the intent to commit indecency with a child, a first-degree felony.

Child rescued after being locked inside safe

A 4-year-old child is safe after being rescued from being locked inside a safe at a Beaumont business Friday afternoon.