Police Report Drop in Domestic Violence Cases

EL PASO — A drop in domestic violence cases was noted the first five months of 2012 in comparison to last year, according to the El Paso Police Department. So far, 2012 has seen 2,091 cases versus 2,110 in 2010.

Public Library Offers Relief From Summer Heat

EL PASO — With temperatures expected to climb over 100 degrees the next few days, the El Paso Public Library would like to remind everyone that libraries are a great way to beat the summer heat.

Crash Leaves 2 Dead In Doña Ana County

DOÑA ANA COUNTY -- Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a crash that has left two people dead. The crash happened on Interstate 25 near mile marker 30, that's in between Hatch and Radium Springs.

Woman Forcibly Removed from Home But Fights Eviction

El Paso, TX — We've followed the story of a woman, Bea Huml, who says she's being wrongfully evicted from her home.

Southern New Mexico prison worker caught trying to smuggle drugs to inmate

LAS CRUCES, NM -- A contracted female employee at the Southern New Mexico Corrections Facility was caught smuggling heroin and cocaine into the prison on Friday.

U.S. Open Champ Knows El Paso

Before he was a U.S. Open Champion, Webb Simpson was a champion in El Paso. He played and won the 2007 Western Refining College All America Golf Classic as a Senior at Wake Forest University.  Simpson just won the 112th U.S.

Washburn Brothers Turn UTEP Men's Basketball into Family Affair

Miner fans are eagerly anticipating the reunion of the Washburn brothers - Julian, who made the Conference USA All-Freshman Team this season, and Chris, who helped South Grand Prairie [Texas] High School to a 35-3 record his final year as a pre

Those Left Out of President Obama's Plan

EL PASO - President Obama's new immigration plan is expected to impact about 800,000 immigrants. But, there are possibly thousands more who are affected, but they won't be the ones getting work permits.

Sun Metro Revs Up Media

EL PASO — Sun Metro announced the launch of its new website design and the release of “Bike and Ride,” an instructional video on taking your bike with you when riding the bus.

Tips to Prevent Hazardous Heat Consequences

The Las Cruces Police Department reminds you that our extremely hot daytime temperatures can be dangerous for people and pets especially when they are left in an enclosed vehicle.

Investigators: Stalker May be in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES — A wanted stalker was possibly on the loose in Las Cruces, according to Doña Ana County Sheriff’s investigators.

Hunter of Ft. Bliss Earns Red Bull King of the Rock

After a day of scattered thunderstorms, the courts dried up and the lights came on and the best one-on-one basketball players from Ft. Bliss competed in Red Bull King of the Rock Qualifier.

NMSU Football to host The Aggie Challenge: A Women's Football Experience

The New Mexico State football program proudly presents The Aggie Challenge: A Women's Football Experience. This is a single elimination team tournament, consisting of teams of 10 players.

Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty of Perjury

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Famed baseball pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday of lying to Congress during an investigation of steroid use among major league players.

Clemens Not Guilty of Perjury

Former major league pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty of perjury in federal court in Washington, D.C. today.