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Arrest made in February suspicious death in East El Paso

El Paso Police have arrested a man they say is responsible for the death of 24-year-old Karyna Rodriguez in an east El Paso apartment last month.

TxDPS, NTSB investigating deadly plane crash near Hueco Tanks

A spokesperson with the Texas Department of Safety confirmed the agency is investigating a deadly plane crash near Hueco Tanks State Park. The wreckage was found Wednesday morning.

UPDATE: Police arrest woman in connection to deadly overnight crash

UPDATE: Police have released the mugshot of Marisol Chavez, the woman suspected of causing a deadly crash on Loop 375 in the early morning hours of March 13, 2015. Chavez was released after posting bond on Monday, March 16, 2015.

Three El Pasoans dead following Central Texas crash

Three El Pasoans were killed in a violent crash on I-10 about 6 miles west of Junction, Texas Monday morning.

Veterans plant seeds toward healing

At least 20% of the veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from PTSD.

Newly released lapel cam video shows Dallas PD shooting mentally ill man

Newly released body camera video shows a Dallas Police officer fatally shooting a man outside his home.

NMSU plans celebration of heritage during Founders Day April 10

An event this spring will celebrate the heritage of New Mexico State University April 10 with guest lectures, a historic carriage ride across campus, a portrayal of NMSU’s first president, Hiram Hadley, by current President Garrey Carruth

Bill Would Prohibit Doctors From Asking About Guns

While legislation expanding how and where Texans can carry weapons is dominating the Legislature this week, one state lawmaker is targeting the doctor's office as a place to keep the federal government from learning who owns guns. 

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     A spat between Elton John and Dolce and Gabbana is playing out on social media.

Healthy Life, Happy Life: Colon Cancer Awareness Month

HEALTHY LIFE, HAPPY LIFE - Women who eat more protein rich foods instead of red meat have a significantly lower risk of developing heart disease.

Supercharged Northern Lights seen across the country

A massive solar storm bombarded Earth yesterday and it supercharged the northern lights to offer a better chance of seeing dancing green auroras just in time for St. Patrick's Day, with weather permitting of course.

Will It Work: EZ Pocket

In Wednesday's Will It Work, Monica Cortez tested out the EZ Pocket.

In Texas, a focused Jeb Bush stood out from the crowd


UTEP recognized for students' social mobility

The University of Texas at El Paso has been recognized again by Washington Monthly Magazine's college guide.

Miners End Season With 81-66 Defeat

UTEP's season is complete. The Miners bowed out of the NIT with an 81-66 opening round defeat to Murray State on Tuesday on the Racers home court.