Breaking News

Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 10:49pm

Local News + Statewide News + El Paso + Las Cruces

Providence tuberculosis: 45 babies added to list

Officials with the El Paso Department of Public Health tell NewsChannel 9 that upon further review of records, an additional 45 babies have been added to the list of those that should be tested for tuberculosis following a TB scare at

Providence tuberculosis: 45 babies added to list

Officials with the El Paso Department of Public Health tell NewsChannel 9 that upon further review of records, an additional 45 babies have been added to the list of those that should be tested for tuberculosis following a TB scare at

Have you seen the dreaded “Child of the Earth” Bug?

The monsoon rains seem to bring out all kinds of creatures!

Alleged DWI driver found with marijuana

El Paso Police arrested and charged 20-year-old Michael David Grado with DWI and Possession of Marijuana after an early morning traffic stop Saturday morning.

Alleged drunk driver pulled over driving 91 MPH on I-10

A 20-year-old El Paso man was arrested early Sunday morning after an El Paso Police Department DWI Task Force Officer allegedly clocked him going 91 miles per hour on I-10 near Yarbrough.

Charges filed against two Las Cruces massage parlor owners

Charges have been filed against the suspected owners of two Las Cruces massage parlors that were believed to be providing illegal services to their male clientele in 2011.

NM Department of Health confirms first West Nile death of 2014

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today that an 89-year-old man from Lea County has died from West Nile virus infection. This is the first fatality due to West Nile virus in New Mexico in 2014.

Community meeting for Westside pool planning advances

As part of an extensive planning process, the City of El Paso is inviting residents to demonstrate which amenities are most important to them in the new Westside Pool which is funded by the 2012 Quality of Life Bonds.

Texas SpaceX facility might land first human on Mars

Calling South Texas the new frontier of space, Gov.

Jimenez resigns as Chief Deputy County Clerk

Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins has announced the resignation of Chief Deputy Clerk Mario O. Jimenez III, effective Friday, Sept. 26.

Floods force evacuations in Carlsbad

Dozens of Carlsbad, New Mexico residents got a knock on their door about 1:30 Monday morning from emergency crews, asking people to evacuate.

Alamogordo 911 lines down, emergency calls routed through Roswell

A fiber optic line to the City of Alamogordo was damaged around 1 p.m. Monday afternoon, causing all 911 lines to the Alamogordo Police Department to go down.

EPCSO taking back unwanted prescription drugs

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office and Drug Enforcement Agency are teaming up to allow the public the opportunity to safely return all unused medications this weekend.

2014 has been the 5th wettest September on Record

We have seen our fair share of rain these past couple of weeks, as the remnants of Tropical Storm Odile continue to impact the borderland. As we've been reporting, Tropical Storm Odile has left plenty damage in our region.