NMSU track and field heads to San Antonio

The New Mexico State track and field team continues its 2014 outdoor season when it travels to San Antonio, Texas to compete at the UTSA Invitational.

UTEP golfer earns spot on C-USA All-Academic Team

UTEP junior Camino Sardinero was one of six student-athletes named to the Conference USA Women’s Golf All-Academic Team on Thursday. Sardinero has a 3.84 grade point average and is a Pre-Business major.

Preacher accused of 59 counts of molesting girls in Minnesota

Authorities nationwide are searching for a Minnesota minister accused of 59 felony counts of criminal sexual conduct with two young girls while they were members of his church.

Gov. Martinez caught on tape making unflattering comments

New Mexico Governor Susanna Martinez finds herself at the center of controversy.

El Paso Children's Hospital CEO Resigns

The CEO of El Paso Children's Hospital has resigned. Larry Duncan says he is retiring.

DPS suspends use of new handgun over 'concerns'

The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed Wednesday that it has stopped using its newest service firearm after “concerns” were reported by state trooper recruits who were the first to use the new Smith & Wesson M&P 9 m

Border corruption back in focus after guilty plea

For a region trying to salvage its reputation after being labeled a hotbed of public corruption, the news in Hidalgo County this week wasn’t good.

Judge denies relief for El Paso abortion clinic

A federal judge on Wednesday denied an El Paso abortion clinic temporary relief from a new state requirement that physicians who provide abortions obtain admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of an abortion facility.

DPS releases Texas Gang Threat Assessment

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has released the updated Texas Gang Threat Assessment, which was developed to provide a broad overview of gang activity in the state of Texas.

Dynamic Women 2 Women networking event

The Women’s Business Border Center (a joint partnership with the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce & the U.S. Small Business Administration) invites you to participate in this month’s Dynamic Women H2O Women.

Americans wary of futuristic science, tech

Americans are generally excited about the new technology they expect to see in their lifetimes. But when confronted with some advances that already appear possible -- from skies filled with drones to meat made in a lab -- they get nervous.

Nearly 2 million homeowners no longer 'seriously' underwater

Surging home prices have helped nearly two million homeowners get back above water on their mortgages over the past year.

What does your sleeping style say about your relationship?

A new study, presented this week at the Edinburgh International Science Festival in Scotland, suggests your preferred sleeping habits may reveal a lot about your relationship.

Former hospital technician behind bogus mammogram results gets jail time

A former Georgia hospital technician was sentenced to up to six months in prison after pleading guilty to manipulating the mammogram records of 1,289 patients.

Man seriously injured after stabbing in Northeast El Paso

El Paso Police are investigating a stabbing in Northeast El Paso that sent on man to the hospital. It happened Wednesday around 9 p.m. on Hondo Pass and Diana, near a church.