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Monday, Mar 21, 2011

My El Paso: Personal Stories From the Border

My El Paso: Personal Stories From the Border

Members of the NBCDFW and Telemundo crews tell their personal stories from the border.

Saturday, Mar 19, 2011

Juarez, El Paso Were One Community for Many

Juarez, El Paso Were One Community for Many

The drug war makes it dangerous to cross over like so many Texans fondly remember doing.

Friday, Mar 18, 2011

El Paso's Culture Shapes Generations

El Paso's Culture Shapes Generations

NBCDFW Chief Photojournalist Victor Dominguez returns to his hometown of El Paso and shows why so many people love where they live.

Friday, Mar 18, 2011

Sweet Treats at Bowie Bakery

Sweet Treats at Bowie Bakery

The Bowie Bakery in El Paso has been standing for more than half a century, serving up some of the best treats in town.

Thursday, Mar 17, 2011

UTEP Fights Drug War Perception

UTEP Fights Drug War Perception

NBCDFW's Susy Solis is a University of Texas El Paso graduate, and went back to her alma mater to see how the drug war in neighboring Cuidad Juarez is affecting perception of the university.

Thursday, Mar 17, 2011

Businessman Lives the American Dream

Businessman Lives the American Dream

The owner of Crisostomo in El Paso says crossing the border from Juarez was about building the American dream and staying alive.

Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011

The Journey from Juarez

The Journey from Juarez

The strong ties between Juarez and El Paso have shaped many lives, including the life of Telemundo anchor Norma Garcia.

Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011

Living on the Edge of America

Living on the Edge of America

El Paso and Juarez once felt like one big community but now a fence separates the safest city in America from the most dangerous city in the world.

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2011

Living an American Dream

Living an American Dream

The parents of NBCDFW reporter Susy Solis have a love story that stretched the Rio Grande and gave way to an American dream, but now that same border is tearing her family apart.

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2011

High School Not as Carefree in El Paso

High School Not as Carefree in El Paso

For the class of 2014 at Franklin High School in El Paso life is not so carefree, many students are watching a violent drug war take place right before their eyes.

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