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Officers shot in South Texas standoff

A man suspected of shooting two South Texas police officers is "presumed dead" in the Rio Grande valley town of La Joya.

Fruit recall affects Costco, Trader Joe's, Walmart, Kroger stores

If you've picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart stores recently, keep reading.

Tabla pairs up with Sommelier for wine dinner night

Downtown favorite Tabla, and its Chef, Norbert Portillo have teamed up with Sommelier Manny Jemente to try and break the mold of typical wine dinners in El Paso.

Analysis: A border plan — and a political one

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Media consortium plans more exit polling in Texas

Two years ago, a consortium of news outlets that conducts nationwide exit polls during every November election announced it was scaling back efforts in Texas and 18

Drinking water systems draw federal concerns

More than 310 public drinking water systems in Texas — nearly 4.5 percent of the state's regulated public water systems — have quality issues that haven’

Remember the movie Beetlejuice? Now it's a local play

Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not head out and catch a local play?

Will It Work: Magic Tap

In Wednesday's Will It Work segment, we tested the Magic Tap. Makers of the product claim it's as easy as 123. 1. Insert the straw into your beverage container. 2. Adjust the silicone wings over the opening. 3.

Toddler walks out of daycare, mother questions facility procedures

A Las Cruces daycare is under fire after a mother says her little boy wandered off on his own under their care and now the family is planning legal action.

Escalante speaks of recent arrest, boxing

Boxer Antonio Escalante was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of DWI after an El Paso Police Officer observed 'defective vehicle equipment' on the vehicle that Escalante was driving.

Martin discusses Aggies at Sun Belt Media Day

NMSU took part at the Sun Belt Media Day in New Orleans with head coach Doug Martin representing the Aggies.  Most of the conversation spoke about their offensive weapons, defense, and of course, a very tough independent schedule last seas

Grab 'n Go food service at Fort Bliss dining facilities offers Soldiers a quick option

In the fast-paced world of a Soldier, getting a quick meal can often times mean sacrificing good nutrition.

EPWU looking to diversify water sources with $82 million purification plant

El Paso Water Utilities has been treating wastewater and reusing it for irrigation, industrial and construction purposes since 1963.

Miss New Mexico Teen USA sets sights on national pageant

It's been quite the year for a New Mexico teenager.

Home foreclosures spike in El Paso

El Paso is seeing a huge spike in home foreclosures. According to a new report from RealtyTrac, foreclosures are up to 134 percent this year compared to 2013.