Tougher enforcement netting hundreds of citations, arrests of dozens

Law enforcement in New Mexico have been targeting busy intersections with more crashes for traffic violations. The extra enforcement began in January this year, in smaller communities with less police presence.

Details emerge in Texas man's slaying of 4 children, 2 adults

A man shot and killed four children and two adults Wednesday at a Houston-area home belonging to relatives of his estranged wife, authorities said.

Dozens of immigrants treated at local hospitals

Just more than 100 central american immigrants have been treated in local hospitals. Sierra Providence Health Network hospitals have treated 50 immigrants brought in by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

656 pounds of marijuana seized at El Paso Port of Entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office officers and U.S. Border Patrol agents seized 656 pounds of marijuana during a single drug bust early Tuesday morning. Agents estimate the street value of the drugs at $524,800.

Texas police officer rescues same dog twice, adopts him

How about a feel good story from a loyal police officer in Arlington?

3-year-old boy with cancer named sheriff's deputy

He has the trademark brown uniform and the badge of a newly minted sheriff's deputy. And he has his first order -- actually, his only order: get better.

7 Questions: After Obama's Texas trip, what now for immigration crisis?

More money. More National Guard troops at the border. More children deported. A slew of possible solutions for the immigration crisis at the southern border emerged this week as President Barack Obama visited Texas.

NM Department of Health warns residents about Tularemia in wake of recent case

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today a laboratory confirmed case of tularemia in a 65 year-old woman from Bernalillo County.

NMSU graduate students provide speech therapy to children in Peru

Marlene Salas-Provance, department head of Special Education and Communication Disorders in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, has always dreamed of taking students abroad to provide speech therapy, and because of NMSU&rs

Thieves steal two trailers loaded with merchandise

El Paso Crime Stoppers are asking for the community's help to identify the person or people responsible for stealing two trailers loaded with merchandise from an east El Paso business on April 26, 2014.

NMSU Board of Regents to meet July 22 and 23

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will meet for the purpose of strategic planning at 7:30 a.m. July 22 in the Business Complex Room 108 on the Las Cruces campus.

El Paso drainage issues for July 24 public meeting

The United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC) has scheduled a public meeting for July 24. 2014.

El Paso Museum of Art announces summer camps

The Museum School is happy to announce the 2014 summer camps for children and classes for adults. Camp topics include drawing, recycled art, wax batik, cartooning, printmaking, watercolor painting, and bookmaking.

Academic gains slowing; no consensus on why


Crews will shut off water supply to certain areas

Crews are cutting off water supply to certain areas to add a new water main connection. The areas affected are Colorado Avenue between San Pedro Street and Campo Street, and Campo Street between Texas Avenue and Arizona Avenue.