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Two Las Cruces residents honored for saving teen struck by lightning

Two Las Cruces residents were honored as heroes tonight after they jumped into action to help several kids who were struck by lightning last week.

Guard's Arrival on Border Brings Reassurance, Concerns

This week at Anzalduas Park, which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, a Texas Department of Public Safety boat patrolled the calm waters just feet away from the Mexican side of the river.

“Out for Blood” campaign launches in El Paso

Anyone who drinks and drives will give a blood sample if they refuse a breathalyzer. That’s the message from El Paso District Attorney Jaime Esparza.

Guard's Arrival on Border Brings Reassurance, Concerns

This week at Anzalduas Park, which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, a Texas Department of Public Safety boat patrolled the calm waters just feet away from the Mexican side of the river.

Authorities tight lipped about teacher accused of inappropriate behavior

Authorities remain tight lipped about a Canutillo teacher who's accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. We still don't know the teacher's name or what he's accused of doing.

New Chapin QB aiming to continue Huskies Success

The Chapin Huskies enjoyed three seasons with one quarterback and won three District and Bi-district titles, but Seth Gonzalez is gone and now it is Leondre Williams' turn.

El Paso police need help finding fugitive of car theft

El Paso Police are looking for 20-year-old Luis Barron, who has a warrant for Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle (State Jail Felony).

Analysis: Despite calendar, campaigns take a back seat

The summer is coming to an end. The kids are back in school. And the political ads have started appearing around the TV shows frequented by viewers who are suspected of also being voters.

Guard's arrival on border brings reassurance, concerns

 

Guard's arrival on Border brings reassurance, concerns

This week at Anzalduas Park, which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, a Texas Department of Public Safety boat patrolled the calm waters just feet away from the Mexican side of the river.

Local debt climbs as Texas cities deal with growth

Eight years ago, officials with the city of Jarrell decided their small community north of Austin needed a new wastewater system. They expected an influx of new residents and businesses to support some debt to pay for the project.

Benavidez to emcee V. Dale Antreasian Memorial Park renaming ceremony

District 5 Doña Ana County Commissioner Leticia Duarte-Benavidez will emcee the dedication of Doña Ana County’s newly renamed V. Dale Antreasian Memorial Park at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug.

Health officials looking to crack down on electronic cigarettes

The electronic cigarette industry is worth $2 billion and growing fast.  Health officials say the popularity among teenagers is a growing concern. 

Chihuahuas Bust Loose For Win

Jeff Francoeur went 3-for-4 with an RBI in the El Paso Chihuahuas 7-4 win over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Tuesday night at Security Service Field.

New Mexico Tech accidentally emails out student info

A big mistake at New Mexico Tech University in Socorro may have put the personal information of its students at risk.