Disturbing numbers from Texas Child Protective Services show there were more than 2,200 confirmed victims of child abuse/neglect in El Paso County in 2013.
It is a figure that is no better than five years ago.
It's the mystery over New Mexico. A mysterious green blob appeared on weather radar Monday evening over Southern New Mexico and it's baffling everyone from the National Weather Service to the military.
Construction is set to begin on the hospital that will replace William Beaumont Army Medical Center.
The new facility, which is being built near East El Paso at Loop 375 and Spur 601, is scheduled to be complete by November 2016.
The Sun City will continue spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to make El Paso more a more bike friendly community. A plan is moving forward to build more than 50 new miles of bike lanes in the city.
Obamacare advocates are working to mobilize young adults, a demographic that's key to the Affordable Care Act’s success, to sign up for insurance through the federal marketplace ahead of the March 31 deadline for open enrollment.
New Mexico State University’s Office of International and Border Programs and the City of Las Cruces will host the International Festival 2014 from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at the Las Cruces Convention Center.
There are some big changes to this years' spring graduation ceremony at UTEP. Commencement ceremonies are usually held inside the Don Haskins Center, but this year the celebration is moving outside and will be held at Sun Bowl Stadium