Peak rush: Paragliding the Swiss Alps

When a man tells me to "trust him," my typical reaction is to run.

1 in 8 residents rely on food pantries: El Pasoans Fighting Hunger releases new study

The face of hunger is changing in El Paso. One in eight people in El Paso County rely on food pantries -- this according to a newly released study by El Pasoans Fighting Hunger.

NMSU and Memorial Medical Center to offer public health courses to medical residents

Beginning in fall 2014, the Department of Public Health Sciences in the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services and the Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program at Memorial Medical Center will offer reside

Job seeker says natural hair cost her the job

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EPISD teacher begins fifth term as Texas Classroom Teachers Association district director

Margaret Cordova, a second-grade teacher at EPISD's Fannin Elementary School began her fifth term as the Texas Classroom Teachers Association district director on August 1, 2014.

EPPD asks for witnesses, video evidence in fatal west El Paso crash

El Paso Police are now asking the public for help in piecing together the events that happened just before a fatal crash in West El Paso early Sunday morning.

Socorro ISD’s students main contributors to Peter Piper Pizza’s 2014-2015 school calendar

Eighteen students' art, eight from SISD, was chosen for the pizza chain's calendar from more than 3,000 art pieces. The SISD winners include:

Hospital network hacked, 4.5 million records stolen

NewsChannel 9 has confirmed the following hospitals in our area are CHS Hospitals, at this time we are awaiting comment from hospital administration to see if local hospitals were affected.

Autopsy results enough to charge officer, Brown family attorney says

An independent autopsy into the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, provides "ample" evidence to support the arrest of the police officer who shot him, family attorney Daryl Parks said Monday at a news conference.

Five things to know about Perry indictment


Is traffic surcharge program a trap for Texas drivers?

When Charles Farmer was pulled over for turning without signaling last Thanksgiving morning, he learned that his license had been suspended for failing to pay surcharges on traffic tickets he had already paid.

World's best cycling cities

If you're taking a strict view on the world's most bike-friendly cities, the eventual list would mainly take in a smallish patch of northwest Europe.

The Bullet Train that could change everything

For years, the Japanese company behind the world’s first and busiest high-speed rail system has been itching to enter the U.S.

Regular exercise may change how we feel pain

Australian researchers found regular exercise may change how we feel pain. They found the longer one works out, the more pain we can tolerate.

Can you afford to have a baby?

Money Magazine did an article about how to tell if you can afford to have a baby and here's the reality, according to the Department of Agriculture, the average cost for a middle income couple to raise a child for 18 years time is about a q