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New report: High school students missing out on financial aid

When it comes to paying for college, every dollar counts, but new nationwide research shows that our country's high school seniors are not doing all they can to get the financial aid they might need.

New report: Blood test predicts who would get Alzheimer's

Researchers have found a blood test that could predict the chance a person will develop alzheimer's disease.

Sunland Park Police search for man wanted for aggravated battery

The Sunland Park Police Department is looking for Saul Flores.  They say he lives in the 100 Block of Fielder in Sunland Park, New Mexico.

Wal-Mart cutting smartphone prices

Wal-Mart announced that its Smartphone prices are coming down. The Samsung Galaxy S-4 will now be $49 which is down from $99. Apple's sixteen gigabyte IPhone 5-S will be $119, down from $145 and the 5-C is now $29 down from $45.

Could playing with Barbie limit careers for girls?

Playing with Barbie could limit how girls view their career choices. That's according to an experiment conducted by an Oregon State University researcher.

Cheap Obama mortgages to get pricier

Mortgage rates that were reduced under the government's Home Affordable Modification Program will increase over the next few years. A federal watchdog warns that could cause some borrowers to default on their loans.

50th House vote on Obamacare Wednesday

The House of Representatives is set to vote today (Wednesday) for the 50th time, on a modification to Obamacare. This one would effectively push back the individual mandate by one year, reducing the penalty for not buying insurance to zero.

Texas voters head to polls for Primary Election

It's Primary Election Day in Texas today (Tuesday). Republican Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis are expected to win their parties' nominations to replace Governor Rick Perry.

Banks scramble to upgrade ATM's

Banks are racing to upgrade their ATM's before they become prime targets for hackers.This has to do with Windows XP.

Free checking disappearing at big banks

Free checking is quickly disappearing at the country's largest banks, but credit unions are still offering the accounts.  

Credit Score: What you don't know can hurt you

AARP says only one in five people regularly check their credit scores and as we all know, what you don't know really can hurt you.

Main Gate closed at Holloman Airforce Base for few hours Friday

Officials over at Holloman Air Force Base want to remind you that today, Friday February 28, 2014 the Main Gate will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for maintenance and tests of the the active vehicle barriers.

Stop and smell the roses in El Paso

The El Paso Rose Garden  will open for a new season tomorrow Saturday, March 1, 2014. It is one of the 133 rose garden's in the United States that is officially certified.