Grads hit with defaults when co-signers die, go bankrupt

Student loan borrowers are suddenly being thrown into default when the co-signer on their loan -- often a parent or grandparent -- dies or files for bankruptcy.

Earth Day fast facts

Here's a look at what you need to know about Earth Day, which is celebrated every year by more than a billion people in 180 nations around the world.

Chihuahuas lose lead, fall in Las Vegas

The El Paso Chihuahuas lost an early lead for the second straight game on Monday, falling to the Las Vegas 51s 5-4 at Cashman Field.

National honors for EPCC student

El Paso Community College (EPCC) student, Fernando Rodriguez, was selected as a National Distinguished Chapter Member by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Only 30 students were chosen out of 150 nationwide.

ADA public meeting scheduled for Tuesday

The Doña Ana County Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, April 24 at 4pm, in multi-purpose room 1-117 at the Doña Ana County Government Center, 845 North Motel Blvd., in Las Cruces.

New 'powdered alcohol' product may hit market

A new powdered alcohol product has hit a hiccup in getting to market. The federal agency that originally approved "Palcohol" reversed its position Monday.

Is an Apple-Nike partnership on the way?

The rumor mill is buzzing with speculation that a partnership between Apple and Nike is in the works.

Netflix is upping its prices

Netflix prices are going up. The streaming video company says it plans to raise subscription costs for new customers by one or two dollars in the next few months.

City of El Paso to honor slain El Paso journalist, approve $10 million road project

El Paso City Council is expected to declare April 22nd as 'Ruben Salazar Day.' Salazar was a Mexican-American journalist from El Paso, who paved the way for future Hispanic journalists and Chicano American issues.

EPWU request could spell extra month of construction for Country Club Road

 A new request from El Paso Water Utilities could mean the improvement project along Country Club Road may last a little longer than antici

LCPS schools seek children for summer school

Staying in school longer has proven to help children in the Land of Enchantment. The Las Cruces Public Schools Kindergarten to Third grade plus program(K-3+) will grow by about 400 students for next year.

Study: Most Texans Drive and Talk; Many Text

Three out of four Texans at least occasionally speak on a cellphone while driving and nearly half sometimes read or text while driving, according to a study released Monday of 3,000 drivers by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.

Commissioners make extra parking available for Chihuahuas' first games

El Paso County Commissioners also gave the green light to extend their garage hours during the first two weeks of Chihuahuas games.

'No More' Rally highlights unreported Sexual Assault Cases in El Paso County

Every year, 200 victims of sexual assault come forward to report the crime to the El Paso District Attorney's office but they say, that number could be much higher.