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Perry calls indictment politically motivated, vows to fight it

Texas Gov. Rick Perry vowed Saturday to fight charges that he abused his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign, saying in a televised news conference the indictment was politically motivated.

Doña Ana County: No money to cover major flood control projects in areas like La Union

Trash, dirt, and sediment now sit where a river runs through Rosa Guerrero's front yard in La Union, New Mexico earlier this week.

Chihuahuas rally to beat Nashville

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored five runs in the seventh inning, including three with two outs, in their 7-3 come-from-behind win against the Nashville Sounds Friday night at Southwest University Park.

Actor Robert Wagner honored at Plaza Film Festival

Actor Robert Wagner is in town for the Plaza Film Festival. The classics movie star was honored for his body of work, including a 65 year career in movies and television.

Free backpacks for all El Paso area students

Thousands of local students are getting a big back to school gift. Today, students from the Bel-Air and Hanks High School JROTC programs spent the afternoon stuffing 2,500 backpacks with school supplies.

NMSU football practice report #13

The New Mexico State University football team participated in a scrimmage, Thursday, Aug. 14 and held a regular practice, Friday, Aug. 15 on the practice field, next to Aggie Memorial Stadium.

El Paso Children's Hospital CEO resigns

The interim CEO at El Paso Children's Hospital has resigned. Ray Dziesinski was hired back in April as the hospital's second Chief Executive Officer.

Grand Jury Indicts Perry Over Integrity Unit Veto

A grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry on Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion as part of an ethics inquiry into his veto of funding for the state’s public integrity unit.

PHOTOS: Houston residents claim UFO flew over city

Pictures posted on Twitter earlier this week show something floating through the skies over the Houston area.

Body run over by tractor on San Antonio's west side

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Sun Belt goes behind the scenes during football media days

The Sun Belt Conference put together a video to show fans a behind the scenes look at SBC Football Media Days, which was recently held in New Orleans.

NMSU's new turf nearly done at Aggie Memorial Stadium

Aggie Memorial Stadium's new field turf should be done within the next week in time for the 2014-15 football season.

Holloman keeps the future of Air Force flying

Recently, Holloman's mission has transformed from projecting combat airpower to training the next generation of combat pilots. Among its many aircraft, Holloman is the premier training base to both the MQ-1 Predator and the MQ-9 Reaper.

Miners complete training camp in Alpine

The offense showed improvement from last Saturday’s scrimmage, scoring four touchdowns, while the defense found pay dirt again in UTEP’s second scrimmage of the season on Friday morning at Jackson Field.

Doug-istan: Texas man tries to start country in someone's house

You might recall the popular Family Guy episode when the main character Peter seceded from the United States. Well, it was no joke Monday when Doug Leguin here tried to start his own country in someone else's house!