|
Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Local News + Statewide News + El Paso + Las Cruces

Shoppers say no to Black Thursday

Shoppers love a good deal, but that love isn't always unconditional. 

Sculptures unveiled in East El Paso

Some larger than life sculptures have gone up in East El Paso right in front of the new Sun Metro Transit Center on Montana.

Mom leaves sign for Christmas decoration thief

There's a Grinch on the loose in Texas.  A Saginaw family said someone swiped their Christmas decorations.

UTEP Women Have Game Canceled

UTEP was ready to play LSU.  LSU was ready to play UTEP.  The game was never played. The Miners second round game in the Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico was canceled.

El Paso native's family suing popular Austin bar following alleged assault

The family of an El Paso native is suing a popular Austin bar following an alleged assault earlier this month by one of its employees.

El Paso native's family suing popular Austin bar following alleged assault

The family of an El Paso native is suing a popular Austin bar following an alleged assault earlier this month by one of its employees.

Frying your turkey this year? Here are some tips from EPFD

The recent trend of frying a turkey for Thanksgiving has grown in popularity, but according to El Paso Fire Department Spokesman Carlos Briano, it's also more dangerous than baking a turkey.

Aggies Dominate Rattlers

Senior Daniel Mullings scored 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting from the field and New Mexico State routed Florida A&M 78-33 Wednesday evening at the Pan American Center.

Cold weather claims its first victim in the Borderland

The cold has claimed its first victim this season in the Borderland. The body of a man was found inside an abandoned home on the southside of Juarez. He's been identified as 45-year-old Francisco Delgado Maldonado.