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Victim assaulted by Las Cruces police officer shares her story

A Las Cruces police officer who confessed to sexually assaulting an underage intern inside his squad car is going to prison for a long time.

Last contested vote for Texas House Speaker was in 1975

    The Texas House of Representatives appears poised to hold its first contested vote for House Speaker in 40 years.

Experts: Plane involved in fatal crash is a popular experimental aircraft

Tyler Francis, the 29-year-old CEO of Francis Aviation was killed Monday afternoon, following a crash at entrance the Las Cruces International Airport. 

Do We Eat More in Warm or Cold Weather?

As we get closer and closer to Thanksgiving Day, closer to the family gatherings, closer to those little appetizers that only come out a couple times a year, closer to all the fixings, and, most importantly, closer to that giant turkey and tama

Five children dead in Texas fire

A father fought desperately to save his five children from a fire in Edna, Texas Tuesday, but was unable to make his way through the flames.

On the border with Obama's immigration foes

Michele Bachmann leapt out of a black SUV near a high cliff overlooking the Rio Grande, skipped to the edge of a boulder and scanned the river that divides her country from another.

For Rep.-Elect Molly White, Abortion Changed Everything

BELTON — Molly White keeps a few essentials in her 2009 white Cadillac Escalade: Rubber fetuses in sizes that reflect different stages of pregnancy.

Thanksgiving Day Sun Bowl Parade Forecast

Are you ready for Thanksgiving Day Sun Bowl Parade? Every year it is kind of a toss up to see what kind of weather we will have for this El Paso Tradition.

Analysis: Election Season Headed for Overtime

The Texas Legislature will start the 2015 session with a handful of empty chairs and unfinished elections.

Many helmets at local high schools not meeting safety standards

The crunching sounds of dying grass as fall gives way to the sharpness of winter; the oily softness of tightly-bound leather in one’s hands; the roar of anticipation that gives way to a deafening stupor as you run faster than you ever tho

Tyler Francis, CEO of Francis Aviation, killed in Las Cruces plane crash

New Mexico State Police identified the man killed in a Monday afternoon plane crash as 29-year-old Tyler Francis, CEO of Francis Aviation and the grandson of former El Paso mayor Larry Francis.

Aggies flatten the Hatters

Freshman Pascal Siakam scored 10 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for his first career double-double and New Mexico State powered past Stetson 88-68 Monday evening at the Pan American Center.

Autopsy report: Two Las Cruces plane crash victims survived initial hit

Autopsy reports have been released for the four people killed in August in a plane crash near the Las Cruces International Airport.

Jones Selected as Semifinalist for Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award

Aaron Jones was selected as one of the 16 semifinalists for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award the committee announced on Monday.