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Regulators Pan Study on Methane Gas in Wells

Texas regulators say they put little stock in recent research suggesting that poorly drilled gas wells are allowing methane to seep into a North Texas aquifer, and will not re-examine the high-profile contamination case.

Fire tears through elderly woman's home days before Christmas

 If not for observant neighbors, things could have been worse. 

El Paso Museum of Art receives $65,000 Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced on December 2, 2014 that the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) was one of only 919 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant.

Texas A&M may name building after Rick Perry


Chihuahuas 'Days of Giving' underway

With the holiday season approaching the Chihuahuas are keeping with the holiday spirit, as they are proud to present the Days of Giving to take place starting today and will run through Dec. 23, benefiting six local charities.

Bus Transportation Help for Vets

     A new program is helping to make public transportation much easier to find. Sun Metro and Project Amistad partnered up for "My Vet Ride," which is online and has a hotline too.

Sentence for Former Las Cruces Police Officer

     A former Las Cruces police detective who sexually assaulted two girls including a high school intern now knows how long he will be behind bars.

Hunt Companies announces new CEO, transition in leadership

Hunt Companies, Inc., announced the appointment of Chris Hunt to Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 2015. The company, which was founded in 1947, is a national developer, investor and manager of real assets. Since 1977, Woody L.

Roswell police lend a helping hand

A Roswell, New Mexico father faced a tough decision - to steal baby formula or let his child starve.

Sex offender Santa

Police were called to a Baytown, Texas fast food restaurant after a registered sex offender was found playing the role of Santa Claus inside.

911 recording details deadly smoke shop shooting

NewsChannel 9 got hold of a copy of the 911 recording from Sunday night's deadly shooting at a Las Cruces smoke shop. Police said a store clerk fired on an armed intruder, killing him.

Elderly man accused of hitting twin girls with pick-up truck

An elderly Las Cruces man is facing charges after he allegedly hit two 16 year-old girls with his truck and then took off.

Firefighters respond to 2 separate fires in East El Paso

Emergency crews responded to a house fire in the 3200 block of Vogue Dr. near Yarbrough and Pebble Hills in East El Paso. Firefighters were called shortly before 9 p.m.

Dismissal date set for Helen of Troy lawsuit

The former CEO of a multi-million manufacturer of personal care products has until March to see if his lawsuit, filed in Dallas, against his former company is dismissed.