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Timeline: A history of lethal drug use in Texas

For nearly 30 years, Texas used the same three-drug lethal injection cocktail to execute death row inmates: sodium thiopental, an anesthetic, followed by pancuronium bromide, a muscle relaxant, and then potassium chloride, which brings about ca

NMSU sustainability project receives regional and national recognition

A group of New Mexico State University researchers received regional and national recognition for a sustainability project that aims to conserve water.

UTEP students prepare for flight aboard NASA's aircraft

Five University of Texas at El Paso students will travel to Ellington Field at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston July 10-11 to conduct experiments aboard a reduced gravity aircraft.

Million-dollar settlement paid in body cavity search

A New Mexico woman was paid $1.1 million after reaching a settlement with University Medical Center of El Paso and two Texas Tech University physicians according to the woman's attorneys with the ACLU of New Mexico and Texas.

Suspect remains on the loose after convenience store robbery

El Paso Police are searching for the suspect who allegedly robbed a Northeast El Paso convenience store.

Chihuahuas Lose Series Opener

The El Paso Chihuahuas almost completed a six-run comeback for the second straight game, but fell short in their 7-5 loss to the Albuquerque Isotopes Monday night at Isotopes Park.

YISD studies reveal some campuses 'under capacity'

Ysleta Independent School District leaders received a mixed bag of good and bad news at a special board of trustees meeting Monday night.

YISD studies reveal some campuses 'under capacity'

Ysleta Independent School District leaders received a mixed bag of good and bad news at a special board of trustees meeting Monday night.

UTEP Miner alumni invited to 3rd annual PICK-NIC

The green hues of Memorial Park will get an orange makeover when generations of UTEP alumni meet from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 12, to share old memories and create new ones at the third annual UTEP Alumni PICK-NIC.

Local law enforcement benefit from surplus war equipment

They say one man's trash is another man’s treasure. Well that's true when it comes to the United States military and local law enforcement.

Two undocumented immigrants test positive for Tuberculosis

Two undocumented immigrants from Central America have tested positive for tuberculosis in El Paso. That's according to a spokesperson with the local border patrol union.

Pediatrician: Car can become oven-like death trap

We're learning more about the 2-year-old victim who died Sunday morning, after being left in a hot car.

IED simulators: 1st AD Soldiers learn to operate device for use in training exercises

A training session to teach Soldiers assigned to the 1st Armored Division how to set up and operate improvised explosive device effects simulators for use in combat exercises was held June 19 at the Tobin Wells training area here.

El Paso food truck owner wins national BBQ competition

Off the Grill food truck owner Adrian Padilla is the winner of Mobile Cuisine's 2014 Food Truck BBQ of the Year.