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Transportation programs to be nixed after losing state funding

Two state-funded transportation programs serving 1,166 El Paso county residents are getting nixed, according to officials from Project Amistad, the program provider.

Victim assaulted by Las Cruces police officer shares her story

A Las Cruces police officer who confessed to sexually assaulting an underage intern inside his squad car is going to prison for a long time.

Last contested vote for Texas House Speaker was in 1975

    The Texas House of Representatives appears poised to hold its first contested vote for House Speaker in 40 years.

Experts: Plane involved in fatal crash is a popular experimental aircraft

Tyler Francis, the 29-year-old CEO of Francis Aviation was killed Monday afternoon, following a crash at entrance the Las Cruces International Airport. 

Do We Eat More in Warm or Cold Weather?

As we get closer and closer to Thanksgiving Day, closer to the family gatherings, closer to those little appetizers that only come out a couple times a year, closer to all the fixings, and, most importantly, closer to that giant turkey and tama

Three teens indicted for alleged involvement in Central El Paso murder

Three El Paso teens have been formally indicted on murder charges stemming from the murder of 18-year-old Aaron Ochoa in a central El Paso parking lot on October 30, 2014.

Five children dead in Texas fire

A father fought desperately to save his five children from a fire in Edna, Texas Tuesday, but was unable to make his way through the flames.

UTEP receives Star Award from Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

UTEP’s Developmental Math Program has received the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s 2014 Star Award for exceptional contributions toward meeting one or more of the goals of the Texas higher education plan, Closing the Gap

5-year-old boy ejected in Dona Ana County crash

Dona Ana County Sheriff's Investigators are looking into what caused a single-vehicle rollover that ejected a five-year-old boy and injured three other children Monday night.

Support the El Paso Zoo and have a chance to win a new Hyundai

El Pasoans now have the unique opportunity to help support the El Paso Zoo and also have the chance to win a 2014 Hyundai Elantra that has been donated by Hyundai of El Paso.

El Paso shoppers not increasing budgets this holiday season

"Be realistic," says Hazel Kennedy Ledesma, Vice President of Administrative Services at GECU.

LCPD to increase patrols along Lohman-Telshor beginning Black Friday

Las Cruces Police will park its Mobile Operations Command center near the Mesilla Valley Mall beginning Black Friday and officers will have an increased presence along the Lohman-Telshor business district in the first few days following Thanksg

On the border with Obama's immigration foes

Michele Bachmann leapt out of a black SUV near a high cliff overlooking the Rio Grande, skipped to the edge of a boulder and scanned the river that divides her country from another.

A wife expresses her love for her husband

In Tuesday's Service Salute, we honored Specialist David Herzog. His wife Amanda sent us the picture and said David is currently in Iraq and Qatar. Amanda said she is so proud of him and loves him very much.

Lace up those running shoes for the 38th Annual Turkey Trot

As many prepare for Thanksgiving festivities, others are preparing for the 38th Annual Turkey Trot hosted by the YMCA of El Paso.