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New Mexico Tech accidentally emails out student info

A big mistake at New Mexico Tech University in Socorro may have put the personal information of its students at risk.

City to pay $2.3M in assets, cash for Loop 375 West extension

City Council officially signed off on their contribution to TXDoT for the Loop 375 West extension. They authorized the City Manager to pay more than $2.3 million towards the project, just more than four percent of the total cost.

Teen arrested for mass shooting threat at NMSU

A teenager is behind bars in Las Cruces, accused of threatening a mass shooting on the NMSU campus.

EPISD Police Officers remind motorists to slow down

Police are out in full force this first week of school -- pulling over drivers who are speeding through school zones.

Jurors find Valtierra-Payan guilty in Manhattan Heights rape case

UPDATE: Jurors found Arturo Valdierra-Payan guilty on all five counts in the case of the third victim in the Manhattan Heights neighborhood last summer.

CBP officers make 28 drug seizures in seven days

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operation officers  seized 5.7 pounds of heroin at the El Paso port of entry Monday. The seizure was one of 28 drug seizures made by area CBP officers during the last seven days.

Additional charges added to alleged Horizon City kidnapper, bond increased to $1 million

El Paso County Sheriff's investigators have added an additional charge to the man they say is responsible for the alleged kidnapping and sexual assault of a 12-year-old Horizon City girl Friday.

LIST: State Fair of Texas announces food finalists

Many folks are salivating, dreaming about all the unhealthy fried concoctions making their way to this year's State Fair. In previous years, everything from Fried Coke, to Fried Twinkies made the list of things to try.

Doña Ana Community College Dental Health Clinic provides reduced cost services and student training

The Doña Ana Community College Dental Health Clinic provides services to the community at a reduced rate while teaching its students.

Park El Paso mobile app to launch this fall

The City of El Paso International Bridges Department is teaming up with Park Genius and Duncan Solutions to offer a mobile app that gives motorists an easy way to pay for parking. The Park El Paso mobile app will launch this fall.

Free UTEP performance will blend Bhutanese and Western musical traditions

The El Paso community is invited to take part in an entirely new, free musical and dance experience that blends the culture of the Land of the Thunder Dragon with traditional Western music at The University of Texas at El Paso.

19-year-old struck on I-10 while trying to get to store

El Paso Police say that the 19-year-old woman who was struck on I-10 east near Yarbrough Monday evening was trying to cross to go to a nearby store.

Senators to get update on state exam passing rates

The 2014 results of state standardized exams — and the continued rollout of a comprehensive 2013 law that changed hig

TX Department of Public Safety launches mobile app

The Texas Department of Public Safety launched a mobile app Monday designed to give Texas residents instant access to the state's sex offender registry and the Texas 10 Most Wanted program.

El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame 2014 Inductees

The El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame today announced their 2014 El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame inductees. (Pictured is last year's class) They are: