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El Paso store owner to offer concealed handgun training to employees after alleged robbery

A Northeast El Paso store owner is taking action to protect his employees after a female clerk was threatened with a crowbar during a robbery last week.

Americans putting away less and less for retirement

Sara Lesley is in the minority when it comes to retirement savings. According to a recent Wells Fargo survey, more and more middle class Americans are not setting anything aside for their retirement.

Borderland fans weigh in on Super Bowl 49

Who will win Super Bowl 49 in Glendale, Arizona...

T-bird signs scholarship to wrestle at top university

Europa Cabada nearly gave up wrestling before her freshman season at Coronado High School, but jumped right back in to the sport  she started at 5th grade, and has flourished after grasping the sports, and now has signed to one of the top

Restoring a forgotten African American cemetery in Las Cruces

The NAACP is asking Borderland residents to honor Martin Luther King. Jr. - through action and it's all happening at a cemetery that most people don't even know exists.

Mexican Governors won't be at Abbott's Inauguration

 

Richardson named to 2015 Texas Sports Hall of Fame

The Texas Sports Hall of Fame announced the 205 induction class, and in the class of eight, the list includes Bowie High School and Texas Western graduate Nolan Richardson.

Texas man takes 81,000 pennies to the bank

A penny saved is a penny earned. It's a saying 81-year-old Ira Key's father recited long ago.

NMSU to host Thunder Dan Thursday before game

The next New Mexico State basketball coaches luncheon with Aggie coach Marvin Menzies is Thursday at noon featuring a special guest.

NMSU junior guard named WAC Player of the Week

New Mexico State women’s basketball point guard Shanice Davis has been named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the week of Jan.

Low beam headlights in fog and other fog driving do’s & don’ts

We have already seen 3 to 5 foggy mornings across the Borderland this cold season. Last Thursday morning's fog was the thickest and longest lasting many of us have seen in years!

Tax exemption available for the uninsured

The affordable care act required nearly all Americans to have some form of health insurance in 2014 or pay a tax penalty. The great news is millions of Americans could avoid that fine.

Film incentive program fears guilt by association

     

Grateful Dead reuniting for 50th-anniversary shows

The Grateful Dead is planning on making one final splash -- or should that be "Ripple"?

Saying 'Thank You' to Texas police

A lot of tough, brawny Austin police officers were brought to tears Saturday by a sweet, 10-year-old girl from Tyler, Texas.