Couple from Fort Worth adopts dog lost in El Paso on NYE. (CBS4)EL PASO, Texas (CBS4) — A dog who started the new year off away from his home and without the companionship of his brother is getting a second chance at life thanks to a couple from Fort Worth.We first told you about the 11-year-old dog on New Year’s Eve. He escaped from his home after being frightened by fireworks.The Animal Rescue League found the dog in the middle of Doniphan Drive.
Tuesday night's fire at an apartment complex on Keltner Avenue left homes damaged.EL PASO, Texas (CBS4) — Eight people are staying in hotels after the fire at their apartment complex on Keltner Avenue. But the Red Cross couldn't find the people living in one of the units that was damaged because no one was home. CBS4 On Your Side went back Wednesday, and found the man who lives there as he was packing up his stuff.Daniel Amaya and his family came home Tuesday to find the fire.
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico (CBS4) -- — There is a new group forming this new year to help out homeless veterans.Pecans for Patriots was created by former homeless veteran, Darroll Homer. The group harvest pecans for people living around the Las Cruces and El Paso areas, and a portion of the profits goes towards helping people like her who served in the military. "Pecans for Patriots is to help those who served our country.
Remember this sad, heartbroken dog I did a story about after he escaped during NYE fireworks? Animal Rescue League found him in the middle of the road not leaving his brother, who had been hit and killed by a car. I’ve got a GREAT update to share with you on @CBS4Local at 5:30! https://t.co/Q1uwLKam6Y
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