Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 3:51pm

Statewide News

UPDATE: Man missing from Deming found

Officials searching for a missing and endangered Deming man say he has been found.

CEMRC detects trace amounts of radiation from WIPP, no danger to public

Scientists at the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center, an entity of New Mexico State University's College of Engineering, have detected trace amounts of the radioactive isotopes americium and plutonium on an air filter fro

SXSW crash claims the life of third person

Austin affiliate, KXAN is reporting that a third person has died as a result of injuries sustained in the crash at the South by Southwest Festival last Wednesday.&nbs

Father shoots and kills teen found in daughter's bedroom

In Texas, police say a father shot and killed a boy he found in his daughter's bedroom in the middle of the night. The girl at first denied knowing the boy, but police have learned they were friends.

Man charged with deadly SXSW crash had blood alcohol of .114

Newly released documents from the Austin Police Department indicate a possible motive for the alleged DWI driver who ran through a crowd of people at Austin's South by Southwest Festival, killing two and injuring 23 early Thursday morning.<

Texas father charged in death of daughter, girlfriend

Just hours after speaking at his daughter's vigil, a father is now charged in her death, and the death of her girlfriend.

Wounded veteran kicked off Fiesta Texas ride

What was supposed to be a fun day at Six Flags for a military veteran and his daughter ended when he says he was barred from a ride because of his disability.

Amber Alert Discontinued: Suspect, child located in Dallas

UPDATE: The Amber Alert that was issued Friday morning has ended safely in Dallas after the suspect was caught by Dallas Police on Interstate 40 just after 1:00 p.m. CST Friday afternoon.

Duo (Tri)es to steal thousands of pins from sorority headquarters in TX

Two people face jail time for attempting to steal thousands of pins from a sorority's headquarters in Arlington, Texas.

Civil Rights milestone brings four Presidents together

Few occasions are notable enough to bring together former and sitting presidents — inaugurations, funerals, the opening of a presidential library.

Arming U.S. agents in Mexico stalling trade agreement

 Call it one of the most heralded binational agreements between the United States and Mexico you have probably never heard of.

TEA makes push for more early college high schools

A new kind of high school is catching on across the state of Texas - one that saves families thousands of dollars while also giving students a jump start on their education.

Two New Mexico Corrections Officers die in accident

Two New Mexico Corrections Department employees were tragically killed in a car accident on Wednesday, March 12th, 2013. Officer Noel Reyes, 22, and Jesus Felix, 24, were in San Antonio when the vehicle they were in rolled.

CDC: Rare female to female HIV transmission

A Texas woman apparently contracted HIV through sexual contact with another woman, the Centers for Disease Control reported Thursday, a rare female-to-female transmission of the virus.