FedEx announces pricing changes for packages

Starting next year, it might cost you more to buy stuff online. That's because Fed-Ex says on January first all packages shipped using its ground service will be priced not just by weight, but by size too.

Study: Drinking coffee could help protect your vision

Drinking coffee could help your eye-sight down the road. According to researchers at Cornell University, coffee has a strong anti-oxidant that may protect the retinas.

El Paso airport features local artists

The next time you stop by the El Paso Airport,you'll be greeted by a splash of local artwork.

Susan G. Komen gives money to local organizations

Race for the Cure in El Paso came and went, but the giving continues to be seen throughout the Borderland.

Job Fair Wednesday at EPCC

The Career Services Department at El Paso Community College is hosting a job fair today (Wednesday).

Office Deport closing stores

Office Depot is closing 400 of its U.S.stores and 150 should be gone by the end of this year. The move comes six months after the business supply company inked a merger with rival Officemax.

Local author writes book to teach kids to read

 Local author, Irene Dolnic, released a phonics based book titled 'Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, and Bagel'.   The book was inspired by her love of teaching, children and her four dogs.

New study: Using aspirin to prevent heart attack may not be that simple

Many of us have probably heard that taking an aspirin a day could help prevent a heart attack, but a new decision by the FDA suggests it might not be that simple.

Travel and tourism grow in the Sun City

It's National Travel and Tourism week and that's creating a lot of excitement surrounding El Paso's economy. 'Destination El Paso' released details showing A strong the travel and tourism industry..  

No more blackjack for Ben Affleck at Las Vegas casino

Actor Ben Affleck has apparently been banned from playing blackjack at The Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas. That's from a source close to the actor.

Target CEO stepping down

The CEO of Target has stepped down, months after a massive data breach at the retailer.

Tribal leaders tour sacred areas of proposed national monument

Leaders from five Native American tribes: Ysleta de Sur Pueblo, Cochiti Pueblo, Tesuque Pueblo, Jemez Pueblo and the Fort Sill Apache Tribe toured several sacred sites in the proposed Organ-Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.

Gas prices headed down

Americans may get a break at the gas pump during the summer travel season. Triple-A reports the national average for a gallon of gasoline is very likely near its peak and should drop ahead of the summer driving season.

Good news about U.S. economy

There's good news about the economy to tell you about. The U.S. Economy added 288-thousand jobs last month, according to the Department of Labor. That is better than what economists predicted.