Economy

Feds Indict Cartel Horse Racing Team, Allege Millions in Laundering Charges

Seven arrests were made in connection to a cartel money-laundering conspiracy involving the purchasing, training, breeding and racing of American horses in the United States using drug money, according to a federal indictment.

Zimmerman's Wife Arrested on Perjury Charges

SANFORD, FL — A Capias was issued for Shellie Zimmerman on a charge of Perjury. The Capias was filed Tuesday afternoon, and Mrs. Zimmerman was arrested a short time later.

Scholarship Money Awarded to 2 High School Grads

DOÑA ANA COUNTY — Two high school graduates in Doña Ana County have been awarded scholarship funds by the New Mexico Sheriff’s Association.

Red Cross El Paso Deploys Team to Assist in Ruidoso Wildfire Relief Operation

RUIDOSO, NM — As the destructive Little Bear Fire rages in the Ruidoso area, the American Red Cross El Paso is sending a disaster relief team to assist those affected by the disaster.

Firefighting on the Front Lines

RUIDOSO - Firefighters have made significant progress containing the Little Bear Wildfire north of Ruidoso.

City of El Paso Speaks Out About Future of Hawkins Plaza

EL PASO, TX — The City of El Paso typically doesn't comment on pending litigation, but today wanted to clear things up on the future of Hawkins Plaza, after documents negotiating the sale were made public.

Salvation Army Unveils New Family Shelter

El Paso- The Salvation Army of El Paso renamed their facility and opened a new addition. In a ceremony earlier this evening, the Salvation Army renamed their facilities the "Red Shield Family Center.

Red Cross Heads to Ruidoso

El Paso- The Red Cross is packing up and heading to Ruidoso. The state of New Mexico reached out to the agency and the Red Cross is making sure everyone has things they may need.

Bombing at Juarez Funeral Kills Widow, Hurts Children

JUAREZ - An attack at a funeral home in the Cd. Juarez Monday killed the deceased man's wife and injured eight others.

$25K Awarded to Local Parent-Child Education Program

EL PASO — An additional $25,000 grant was awarded to the AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program. The grant will allow AVANCE to expand services in the El Paso region.

Ruidoso Fire at Zero Percent Containment

RUIDOSO, NM — The Little Bear wildfire continues to burn out of control in the Ruidoso area. The fire has destroyed an estimated 36 structures and forced the evacuation of hundreds of people and has burned more than 35,000 acres.

Hurricane Katrina Victim Found Dead, Next of Kin Sought

EL PASO — A Hurricane Katrina victim displaced to El Paso was found dead in his apartment on Fort Boulevard last Sunday.

Victim Speaks Out in Sandusky Trial

BELLEFONTE, Pennsylvania-- Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky routinely had a then-teenage boy perform oral sex on him while the two showered together on the school's campus and elsewhere, the alleged victim testified

University Shooting In Alabama

(CNN)- Alabama authorities Monday held two men accused of hindering prosecution in the weekend shooting that killed three people near Auburn University, but the man accused of pulling the trigger remained at large.

Sheriff: Man At Large Threatens Murder Suicide

DOÑA ANA COUNTY — A nationwide warrant was issued Monday morning for the arrest of a man who is alleged to have held his girlfriend against her will and threatened her with a .25 caliber semi-automatic handgun.