New report: Many don't know why denied credit

Despite laws to keep consumers informed about their credit score, many still don't get it. That's the results of a recent survey conducted by credit scoring company Vantagescore Solutions.

Obama to meet with Pope Francis

The White House announced President Obama will meet with Pope Francis for the first time on March 27, 2014.

Recall: Kraft Velveeta Cheesy Skillets Singles

Nearly two million pounds of Kraft Velveeta Cheese Skillet singles are being removed from store shelves. They contain soy, but the label didn't say so and that could be a problem if you're allergic.

New report: Teens need more sleep

The Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics tested the benefits of more sleep for teens at a boarding high school, where it was easy to adjust the start time for the school day.

Hover bikes and laser lights: The sci-fi future of cycling

- Imagine a bicycle that was more than a means to get you to work in the morning, but a personal assistant to boot.

Should you exercise if you are sick?

Regular exercise is good for the immune system helping us fight off simple infections such as colds, but should we continue to work-out when we're sick? Experts say that depends on how sick you are.

Las Cruces Fire Department: Beware of scam

The Las Cruces Fire Department has a warning, they say you could be the target of a scam.  They have learned that someone is calling area residents and asking for donations on behalf of the Las Cruces Fire Department, problem is, it's

Red Cross offers door to door fire safety tips

A house fire can be one of the biggest disasters a family can face and during winter, that threat goes up.  So El Paso Red Cross volunteers are spending their day off helping people come up with a plan.

Best Buy reports disappointing holiday sales

Best Buy reported disappointing holiday sales today (Thursday). The electronics retailer blamed aggressive sales from competitors and supply constraints for tablets and iPhones.

New study: Alcohol cause of nearly 80,000 deaths a year

A new study links alcohol use to early death. The information published by the Journal Addiction found nearly 80-thousand people die as a result of drinking alcohol each year in North and Latin America.

3 more flu deaths in El Paso

They're lining up for treatment and for shots across El Paso, as flu season worsens.  This year, according to the El Paso Public Health Department, the predominant strain is H1N1.

'Miracle on The Hudson' 5 years ago Wednesday

Five years ago today (Wednesday), a plane crash that could have been an unimaginable disaster, instead became known as the "Miracle on the Hudson." On january 15, 2009, U.S. Airways flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River.

FDA warns about large acetaminophen dosages

A new warning from the FDA over prescription drugs with acetaminophen. The Food and Drug Administration says prescription drugs with more than 325 milligrams of acetaminophen could cause liver damage.

Seahawks, Broncos set limits on tickets to Conference Championships

The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos are trying to increase the home-field advantage for their NFL Conference Championships Sunday. The teams are limiting ticket sales to residents with certain billing addresses.

Pizza Hut launches new way of selling pizza

Pizza Hut has launched a new way of selling its namesake product at two test locations Tuesday.