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Two El Paso schools designated as new T-STEM Academies by TEA

Commissioner of Education Michael Williams announced today that the Texas Education Agency has designated 16 new Texas Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (T-STEM) Academies for the 2014-2015 school year.

A&M not troubled by lawmakers' recommendation letters

Recommendation letters written by elected officials and submitted directly to a university president have been a source of controversy at the University of Texas at Austin.

Rio Grande Valley Mayor welcomes National Guard Troops

Rio Grande City Mayor Ruben Villarreal doesn’t mince words when it comes to the specter of National Guard troops soon descending upon his city as part of a controversial state-based border security initiative.

Texas mom invents app to control child's phone

For parents of teenagers, not knowing where your child is can be frustrating, even frightening. And giving them a cell phone doesn't always mean they'll answer.

Albuquerque residents spooked by the Grim Reaper

A mystery sighting along the interstate in Albuquerque - on the eve of the Supermoon has many residents spooked. Eyes of passersby were drawn to a dark figure looming over the San Jose Del Rosario Cemetery on Gibson.

Health officials: Keep an eye out for standing water

The end of summer may be in sight, but it's not quite time to put your guard down when it comes to mosquitoes.

Planned site for new Rescue Mission criticized at meeting

It was a standing room only Wednesday night at a community meeting in El Paso, as a neighborhood learned the El Paso Rescue Mission might be moving in next door.

Throwing paper planes isn’t just for kids

Many children grow up playing with paper airplanes. They do their best to fold the paper to create optimum aerodynamics.

SISD moving forward with plan for school bus cameras

A plan to put cameras on all Socorro ISD school buses is moving forward according to district officials. SISD just wrapped up a pilot program aimed at catching drivers who go around buses with flashing stop signs.

UMC lays out $527 mil budget to County; plan ditches tax hike, reduces furloughs

University Medical Center presented its board-approved fiscal year 2015 budget to El Paso County leaders Wednesday afternoon.

Camp Alpine Report: Robertson-Harris looks to lead defense

Roy Robertson-Harris was tabbed as the next great defensive player by Mike Price, who recruited the DE from the Dallas area.  Aaron Rich reports on how Robertson-Harris has stepped up as a leader in 2014 from Camp Alpine.

NMSU football practice report after two-a-days

The New Mexico State football team took the field for practice No. 14 and 15, Wednesday, Aug. 13 on the campus of NM State.

Governor Perry visits National Guard troops

Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Bastrop County Wednesday to check on the progress of his executive order to deploy 1000 Texas National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border to help secure the border.

Miss El Paso discusses rise to local stardom

A beauty queen graces the cover of City Magazine this month. Miss El Paso 2014, Victoria Sinclair, joined us in our studio Wednesday night to discuss the long road to pageant success.