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Hundreds march on Artesia immigration center

Hundreds of protesters gathered outside a New Mexico facility that's housing immigrants. The Santa-Fe based Somos Un Pueblo Unido and a coalition of Catholic churches rallied for an end to deportations Sunday.

Albuquerque hospital on high alert after patient admitted with Ebola-like symptoms

Health officials continue to monitor a New Mexico woman showing symptoms similar to the Ebola virus. The woman was traveling in the West African nation of Sierra Leone at the beginning of the month.

Video: Perry Talks indictment, border, 2016

 

Perry fires back, calls indictment a political ploy

 

After Perry indictment, Democrats look to pounce

Following a grand jury indictment of Gov. Rick Perry on charges of abuse of power and coercion, Texas Democrats on Friday jumped to paint the longest-serving governor of the state as the standard-bearer for a corrupt party.

Perry had already faced gap with Cruz in 2016 talk

One week before a grand jury in liberal Travis County indicted Gov. Rick Perry on two felony counts, he and U.S. Sen.

Perry calls indictment politically motivated, vows to fight it

Texas Gov. Rick Perry vowed Saturday to fight charges that he abused his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign, saying in a televised news conference the indictment was politically motivated.

Grand Jury Indicts Perry Over Integrity Unit Veto

A grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry on Friday on charges of abuse of power and coercion as part of an ethics inquiry into his veto of funding for the state’s public integrity unit.

PHOTOS: Houston residents claim UFO flew over city

Pictures posted on Twitter earlier this week show something floating through the skies over the Houston area.

Body run over by tractor on San Antonio's west side

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Doug-istan: Texas man tries to start country in someone's house

You might recall the popular Family Guy episode when the main character Peter seceded from the United States. Well, it was no joke Monday when Doug Leguin here tried to start his own country in someone else's house!

Baby Boom: Ice Storm to Blame for Increase in Births

Oh baby! Doctors around North Texas are experiencing a baby boom. Bayor Medical Center reportedly saw 50 more deliveries in July than last year. And plenty of women are pregnant and ready to deliver in the next few weeks.

Business sees pros of Lieutenant Governor candidates

On the campaign trail, state Sens.

Veterinary medicine lacks Hispanics in Texas

Nudged by a father who trained racehorses, Dr. Orlando Garza set off to study veterinary medicine in College Station 35 years ago.

Lovington dogs attacked with acid

Two dogs in Lovington, New Mexico were attacked with acid again this week in a disturbing sequel to a similar attack in July. This time, the puppies weren't as fortunate, and didn't survive.