Alamogordo seeks flooding assistance

The city of Alamogordo has put a price tag on all the damaged caused by a big storm earlier this summer.

Sean Kugler talks Texas Tech, challenges faced vs NMSU

UTEP Football Media Luncheon Quotes Sept. 8, 2014 Head Coach Sean Kugler

UTEP women's golf starts season in Colorado

The new-look UTEP women's golf team began its season on Monday at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic in Fort Collins, and the Miners are in 15th place through two rounds of the 54-hole tournament.

Las Cruces council raises minimum wage in city

Thousands of Las Cruces residents will soon see larger pay checks. In a 4 to 3 vote, city council decided today to raise the minimum wage in the city to $10.10 an hour.

General Mills buys Annie's for $820 million

General Mills announced Monday that it's looking to bulk up on organic snacks. It's buying natural food company Annie's Homegrown for $820 million.

Cuban immigrants who fled to Central America now crossing border illegally in South Texas

A Catholic Charities shelter in Brownsville said it is helping more and more undocumented immigrants from Cuba. The shelter provides food and clothing to immigrants before sending them on buses to reunite with their families.

El Paso seeking community input on new pool

El Pasoans are invited to share their opinions, ideas, and vision for the new Westside Pool, which is being built as part of the 2012 Quality of Life Bond program.

Lawyers File Motion To Quash Perry's Indictment

Gov. Rick Perry’s lawyers have filed a second challenge to the governor’s indictment on Monday, asking a judge to dismiss the charges against him on the grounds that the charges are unconstitutional.

Waits for immigration status -- the legal way -- can be long and frustrating

In the debate over immigration, there's a common refrain from people who oppose a path to residency for undocumented immigrants: "Why don't they get in line?"

After school programs available today

El Paso kids are now able to stay after school participating in activities. The El Paso Parks and Recreation Department starts their 2014-2015 After School Program on Monday, September 8th.

Dona Ana reminds political signs prohibited on public roads

Campaigning is gearing up in advance of the Nov.

Art Gallery engages community at NMSU

If you don’t know who Sol LeWitt is and what he means to New Mexico State University, you will after seeing the “Off the Wall” exhibit at the University Art Gallery.

Las Palmas reassessing game day parking policy following tailgate brawl

Leaders from the Las Palmas Lifecare Center are rethinking their UTEP game day parking policy, after a group of tailgaters got into a brawl Saturday. A video of the fight was posted to social media website Facebook.

EPPD searching for two men who assaulted Upper Valley resident during burglary

El Paso Police are have set up a perimeter in an Upper Valley neighborhood after a resident was assaulted during a home burglary by two men.

$7,500 reward offered for alleged Mexican Mafia gang member

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added John Guevara, 48, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his arrest.