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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - 1:21pm

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El Paso Electric crews going to help restore power in Odessa

The winter weather mix of rain and snow we saw across the borderland Friday caused some roads to be shut down leaving some travelers stuck in El Paso.

NM DPS releases results from New Year's holiday patrols

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety kept busy keeping our roads and community safe over the New Year's holiday.

Glenn Hegar sworn in as new Texas Comptroller

Glenn Hegar was sworn in today as Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts by Gov.-elect Greg Abbott in a ceremony in the Senate Chamber.

A Houston man died instantly when a stray bullet hit him on New Year's Eve

Police say a Houston father watching fireworks on New Year's Eve was killed by a stray bullet. The 43 year-old man was standing next to his wife when he suddenly fell to the ground.

Oregon, Ohio State to meet in College Football Playoff Championship

The matchup in the title game of the new college football playoff system likely wouldn't have happened in past years.

New Year's Eve altercation leaves inmate hospitalized

Officials with the New Mexico Corrections Department confirm that 28-year-old Vanessa Luevanos, an inmate at the New Mexico Women's Correctional Facility in Grants, NM was taken to the hospital after an altercation with another inmate on Ne

Ushering in Several Reforms, But Not Always Leading the Charge

Rick Perry’s first budget as governor in 2001 could have come from any Texas politician who talked tough on crime.

The Perry Legacy: Criminal Justice

Rick Perry’s first budget as governor in 2001 could have come from any Texas politician who talked tough on crime.

WEATHER ALERT: Winter Weather Advisory for most of the Borderland

As the colder temperatures descend into the Borderland, the National Weather Service and our NewsChannel 9 Weather Authority Team will be tracking the moisture and temperatures.

Rising beef costs making it hard for BBQ restaurant owners

In Texas, the brisket is king of the Bar-B-Q grill, but with the cost of beef on the rise, restaurants are being forced to get creative with brisket pricing, Jeff Paul reports.

Woman sues police for alleged roadside cavity search

A Florida woman says she was given an invasive search on the side of a road during traffic stop and now, she's suing the Texas Department of Public Safety, its director and four state troopers she says are at fault, Ryan Korsgard reports.

Icy roads lead to wrecks in Fort Worth area

This is not how you want to start a New Year, but it's not an uncommon sight this morning in the Dallas Fort Worth area in Texas, thanks to icy roads.

Compassion, Tempered by a Broken System

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Battles Near and Far Over Medicaid and More

During his 14 years in office, Gov. Rick Perry has championed private-market health care solutions and criticized public programs like Medicaid for being inefficient.

New Mexico man killed in Texas panhandle

A 38-year-old Farmington man was killed when his Ford F-350 truck rolled off of I-10 in icy conditions Tuesday evening.