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DASCO: Las Cruces man tells girlfriend he'd been abducted, was really at neighborhood bar

A Las Cruces man is behind bars after he told his girlfriend he had been abducted at knifepoint when he had really been at an area bar with a group of co-workers.

Alvarez talks about matchup with Lara

Five days before he heads to Las Vegas, popular Mexican superstar and former WBC and WBA Super Welterweight World Champion Canelo Alvarez participated in a media workout Tuesday before dozens of TV cameras, print and internet reporters, blogger

NMSU rodeo brings home national honor

New Mexico State University’s rodeo team competed at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, June 15-21, bringing home a national victory.

Rainfall, Wind and Hail Numbers from the Recent Storms

Finally some good rain! Yesterday’s late day, evening and nighttime and this morning’s thunderstorms brought welcome relief to parts of the Borderland. Now we did need to catch up all at once !

Police identify mother and son who were found dead in Upper Valley home

El Paso Police have released the identities of the two people who were found dead inside an Upper Valley home on June 19, 2014.

Sun Metro Detours 4 routes for two Independence Day parades

Sun Metro will be required to detour Routes 13, 14, 15 and 53 beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, July 4, due to two Independence Day parades in West and East El Paso.

Roswell man receives $43,000 credit after bank error

Imagine depositing a check at your local bank for $430 but getting credit for $43,000. Police say that's what happened to a Roswell, New Mexico man.

Save a life, adopt a pet this summer

ACTion Programs For Animals (APA) will celebrate it's grand opening this July at 800 W. Picacho.

Las Cruces Diocese announces 'Project Oak Tree;' a humanitarian mission for immigrants

Las Cruces Catholic Diocese Bishop Cantu held a press conference Tuesday at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church to announce a humanitarian program called Project Oak Tree.

Central Texas access to airport PreCheck is on the way

    Last month, Brant Mittler and his wife, Louise Mandel, drove more than 100 miles from their San Antonio home to Victoria, near the Gulf Coast.

Chihuahuas game rescheduled after rain fall

There are some disappointed Chihuahua fans and it's all thanks to mother nature.

Immigrant influx having little effect on El Paso dockets, says attorney

The recent influx of undocumented immigrants from Central America is having little affect on El Paso's immigration courts according to a local attorney.

Anamarc College shutters campuses, sends staff packing

Summer break came early for the nearly 500 students of El Paso’s Anamarc College. Amid rumors of bankruptcy, the medical technical school’s campuses closed Tuesday due to “cash flow” problems.

Bus Driver Shot and Killed While on the Job

A city bus driver in Juarez was shot and killed while on the job. It happened early this morning on the city's south side.