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Shooting at Franklin Loop in lower valley leaves one man dead

UPDATE - El Paso police say one man died from his gunshot injuries after a shooting in the lower valley on July 4th. A spokesman with the police department said the shooting happened in a home during a gathering of several people. It's unclear at this moment who shot the man. This happened around 5:30 p.m., the spokesman said.
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One person has life-threatening injuries after shooting in Lower Valley

El Paso, TX (KTSM): El Paso Police Crimes Against Persons unit is investigating a shooting on the 6500 block of Franklin Loop in the Lower Valley. Police say one victim was transported to a local hospital with life-threating injuries. Information is limited at this time. We have a crew at the scene. We will update […]
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‘Travel is back’: Airports flooded by passengers during Fourth of July weekend

EL PASO, Texas -- With the Fourth of July holiday in the wraps, there's one thing that's still going strong this summer -- travel. The Transportation Security Administration says the number of travelers is back to pre-pandemic numbers. Nearly 9 million travelers went through airport security in the U.S. According to TSA, nearly 2.5 million people were screened on Friday alone, a record high since the beginning of the pandemic.
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El Paso Animal Services offers community resources to keep their pets safe

EL PASO, Texas (CBS4) — While the idea of Fourth of July celebrations may sound fun, El Paso Animal Services said our furry friends might think otherwise. El Paso Animal Services Center said they already had over 1000 animals at their location and that number is expected to go up at the end of the holiday.
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Celebrated Chef: A Look Inside Popular El Paso Restaurant

Earlier this year, a local chef was named a semifinalist for one of the most prestigious culinary awards in the country. Last month, it was announced that Emiliano Marentes did not get the James Beard award for "Outstanding Chef." But the fact that he was among such a select few...
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ACTion Programs for Animals has offering free adoptions in July

ACTion Program for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces is holding its much-anticipated, once-a-year, free July adoption special, APA said in a news release. When you adopt from APA in July and take advantage of fee-waived adoptions, you help the nonprofit animal rescue free up much-needed space for animals waiting to come into APA’s care.
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It’s vacation season! Visit regional destinations with ABC-7’s Katie Frazier

GILA NATIONAL FOREST, New Mexico - It's the Fourth of July weekend and many across the United States use this weekend to travel to visit family, friends, or a new location altogether. As flight prices are high to get out of the Borderland, some may want to take a family road trip to a place The post It’s vacation season! Visit regional destinations with ABC-7’s Katie Frazier appeared first on KVIA.
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Dancing Backwards in High Heels

The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Business Center presented Dancing Backwards in High Heels, on June 23 at the Hotel Paso Del Norte. More than 600 women in business and future business owners in the region attended the organization’s annual 18th Women’s Business Symposium which featured unique training tracks and networking opportunities.
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Hungry Woman Returns to El Paso and Eats All Her Favorite Dishes

There are some foods you can only get in El Paso. Yes, Chico's Tacos is the typical one many people must have when returning to the Sun City. My brother is one of those former El Pasoans who demands a stop at Chico's, Whataburger and a local pizza shop, Flicks Pizza. Now that he is in Riverside, California his tummy misses that sweet Chico's juice.
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Local BBQ Joints: In Search of the Holy Smoke

If you’re feelin’ puny, you don’t know what to do. Treat yourself to some meat, eat some barbecue. Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen and I have several things in common: our first names, our birth city of Houston, and our love of authentic pit-smoked barbecue. For Robert, eating barbecue is, well, therapeutic. For me, enjoying real Texas-style barbecue in a smoke-tinged barbecue joint ranks up there with the greatest of culinary and sensory indulgences.
LAS CRUCES, NM
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Horse Riding Adventures in Southern New Mexico & El Paso

There’s nothing quite like exploring the great outdoors on horseback, visiting places you wouldn’t otherwise experience while bonding with one of the world’s most intelligent and graceful animals. Several places in New Mexico and El Paso, Texas, offer opportunities to enjoy nature with the company of a horse through trail riding, wilderness pack trips, carriage rides, and more. Trail riding is a great activity for the whole family and usually doesn’t require any previous riding experience.
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How Two Shoemakers Are Bucking The Offshoring Trend

Most shoemakers left the United States for cheaper factories abroad decades ago. Here’s how two small, family-owned firms with strong consumer followings—Sabah and Okabashi—are bucking the trend. Mickey Ashmore started Sabah, which makes shoes inspired by Turkish slippers, after being gifted a pair of traditional ones and...
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