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El Paso cab drivers accuse new car service "Uber" of operating illegally

It's a battle at the curb for a ride. But many taxi drivers in El Paso are accusing another transportation company of competing unfairly and operating illegally.

City to divide duties of Dep. city manager on leave

The City of El Paso will have to split job duties of a deputy city manager who's now on paid administrative leave. As we told you last week, Jane Shang is on paid leave from June 1st until December 31.

4 kids, 2 adults killed in domestic shooting near Houston

(CNN) -- Two adults and four children were killed in a domestic shooting in Spring, Texas, on Wednesday night, said Harris County Constable Ron Hickman.

Malaysian official evokes Hitler in tweet after Germany World Cup win

An over-excited Malaysian member of parliament, or MP, has provoked a barrage of scorn on Twitter with a six-word message of congratulations to Germany's World Cup team.

Fireworks mess litters U.S. 54

Residents of Chaparral, New Mexico say they're fed up and frustrated by a giant mess left on their doorstep. Used fireworks and piles of trash are littered along U.S. 54, just past the state line.

Colorado's same-sex marriage ban shouldn't stand, judge rules

A state judge struck down Colorado's ban on same-sex marriage on Wednesday, but he prevented gay and lesbian couples from immediately marrying by staying his decision.

Las Cruces woman arrested, charged in 7-month-old child’s death

A 33-year-old Las Cruces woman has been charged in the death of her infant daughter.

Obama, Perry meet in Texas amid 'urgent humanitarian situation'

President Barack Obama spoke about the immigration crisis on the southern border Wednesday in Texas, urging Congress to focus on solving the problem swiftly, saying it has the capacity to do so by approving his emergency $3.7 billion proposal.<

Anamarc students enroll in other Borderland colleges

There's still no answers Wednesday night -- regarding the future of financially strapped Anamarc College but that should change come Friday.

Free Slurpees! 7-Eleven celebrates 7/11

7-Eleven is celebrating its namesake corporate holiday on July 11, otherwise known as 7/11, with a raft of free food.