Tuberculosis Exposure 

More than 700 patients and about 40 employees at Providence Memorial Hospital were exposed to tuberculosis, public health officials said. 

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Health Alert

Power outage affecting intersection traffic lights in Downtown El Paso

Updated: Thursday, August 14 2014, 07:35 AM MDT
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By: Chrisdyann Uribe
EL PASO, Texas - A power outage is affecting many traffic lights in the downtown area.

El Paso Police Department report they are on scene and directing traffic.

The following intersection traffic lights are affected:
West Missouri Avenue and Franklin Avenue
Wyoming Avenue and North Mesa Street
Wyoming Avenue and North Stanton Street
Oregon Street and Franklin Avenue
Stanton Street and Missouri Avenue
Missouri Avenue and Campbell Street.

El Paso Electric said about 80 people are affected by the power outage and the cause is not yet known. Avoid the area if possible and seek alternate routes.

For live traffic updates follow the traffic Twitter page, @KFOXTraffic. Power outage affecting intersection traffic lights in Downtown El Paso
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