Deal reached on aid package for 9/11 responders

WASHINGTON— The Senate has reached a deal to provide up to $4.2 billion in new aid to survivors and responders of the September 2001terrorism attack on the World Trade Center.

City Manager: More Officers Needed

EL PASO- City Manager Joyce Wilson told City Council this morning she thinks El Paso needs over 100 more officers to meet standards set by other cities.

Former Presidential Candidate Released After Seven Months in Captivity

MEXICO CITY— Seven months after being kidnapped, a former Mexican presidential candidate was freed Monday.

Campaign Trail Winding Down

EL PASO - Democratic State Representative Joe Moody and his Republican Challenger Dee Margo take it to the streets to earn the support of last-minute voters.

Tea Party Express

LAS CRUCES - Love 'em or hate 'em...the Tea Party Express is a force to be dealt with this election year. Today the Express made a pit stop in Las Cruces... home to an active tea party itself.

Susana Martinez Visits Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES - Gubernatorial Republican Candidate Susana Martinez visits Las Cruces to cast her ballot and speak before a small crowd gathered at Albert Johnson Park.

El Paso County Sex Scandal

EL PASO - We first told you over the weekend about the arrest of Ethics Commission Chairman and former EPISD teacher David Chavez.

Up in the Air

EL PASO - A new federal law could leave regional airlines grounded... and potentially send the cost of flying to soaring heights.

El Paso Mayor Speaks Out on National Attention

EL PASO, TX - America now knows the second safest city in the nation is on the frontline of violence from one of the deadliest city's in the world.

Anthony, NM Holds Forum For First-Ever Elections

Anthony, NM - A forum was held in Anthony, NM as the future town gets ready to hold its first-ever elections. The meeting was a chance for the community to get to know candidates running for office.

Analyzing Perry's Spillover Violence Plan

Texas Governor Rick Perry was quick to react to the murder of three people in Juarez who had ties to the U.S. consulate.  

Veronica Escobar Takes Democratic Nomination For County Judge

The votes are in for Tuesday's primary election.

Obama Will Move Forward On Healthcare Reform

WASHINGTON (AP) - Obama ends health care summit promising to move ahead with or without GOP.  

Republican Snowe Turns Down Presidental Invite To Health Care Summit

WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe has turned down a White House invitation to attend President Barack Obama's health care summit on Thursday.

El Paso City Council Will Not Support Lawsuit Against "Texas Open Meetings Act."

It was quickly apparent that El Paso City Council will not support the lawsuit known as City of Alpine v.