Burger King is scrapping its "satisfries"

Burger King is scrapping its "satisfries." Those are the lower-calorie fries that have been on the menu for about a year at most restaurants, but they weren't popular enough to keep around.

Coca-Cola taking gulp of popular energy drink

Coca-Cola is taking a big gulp of a popular energy drink. The company announced it is buying a 17-percent stake in Monster, and that the two will swap ownership of some brands.

Local outlet mall gets a new store

Shoppers will now have another option when it comes to shopping at the Outlet Shoppes at El Paso.

McCormick recalls Ground Oregano

McCormick has issued a voluntary recall for one of their products.

High paying jobs for high school graduates

A college degree means earning $17,500 dollars more than those with just a high school degree, according to a Pew Research Survey. However, numbers show a decline in college enrollment since 2009.

Nurse: Schools can be a hotbed for germs, back-to-school health tips

They can be a petri dish of germs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that, on average, elementary school kids get 8 to 12 colds or cases of the flu each school year.

"IfTheyGunnedMeDown" hashtag creator speaks out

The hashtag #iftheygunnedmedown is trending on social media following the shooting death of an unarmed teenager in Missouri.

Chihuahuas fall to Sounds, 4-2

Nashville’s Michael Blazek and El Paso’s Matt Wisler both pitched six innings in the Sounds 4-2 win over the Chihuahuas Thursday at Southwest University Park.

Google snoops on Gmail to catch pedophiles

Police in Texas arrested 41-year-old John Henry Skillern last month after he allegedly sent an email to a friend containing child pornography. The tipster that blew Skillern's cover? Google.

Former UTEP QB leads Chicago on game winning drive

Former UTEP quarterback Jordan Palmer rallied the Chicago Bears to a 20-19 preseason victory over the Jaguars on Thursday night in Chicago. Palmer started the fourth quarter and threw for 73 yards, completing 6 of 9 passes.

Kings sign former Aggie Sim Bhullar

The NBA dream became closer to a reality for former NMSU center Sim Bhullar Thursday after signing a contract with the Sacramento Kings. The 7-foot-5, 360 pound big man posted on his twitter account:

Camp Alpine Report: Defense much improved in year 2 under Stoker

August 2013, only four weeks before the start of the regular season, UTEP Defensive Coordinator Scott Stoker got to hold his first official practice with the Miners.

Chile art auction raises funds for hospice care

Hospice El Paso's 6th annual Art from the Heart fundraiser showed off its well-known southwestern flare.

NMSU volleyball releases TV and radio schedule

New Mexico State volleyball fans in the Las Cruces area will have plenty of opportunities to follow their Aggies as the team will have six matches produced for live television and 14 matches broadcast live over the radio airwaves.