FedEx indicted for shipping drugs sold online

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- FedEx was indicted Thursday for allegedly shipping prescription drugs from illegal online pharmacies to dealers and addicts , according to documents filed in federal court.

Veterans honoring veterans

From the Liberty Expressway, drivers, moving at 60 mph, can see the Fort Bliss Cemetery.

Report: Spanish media to blame for immigrant surge

Spanish media is to blame for a surge in undocumented immigrants at the border.

Mother killed, teen in custody after violent California bank robbery

Jose Maldonado was getting off the bus when the suspects exited the Stockton, California, bank with their hostages.

Seeking water solutions in colonias

UTEP and NMSU are working together to improve the water in colonias - in both Texas and New Mexico.

UTEP running back named to Allstate 'Good Works Team'

For 23 years the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® has served as one of the most coveted and prestigious off-the-field honors in college football.

NMSU football to feature 'family entertainment' before games

The New Mexico State football season is less than 42 days away, as the Aggies currently hold summer workouts before the start of fall camp on Aug. 1.

UTEP women's basketball releases non-conference schedule

Match-ups with power-conference members Kansas State, LSU and SMU in addition to continuing regional rivalries against New Mexico and New Mexico State highlight the UTEP women’s basketball team’s non-conference portion of the schedu

Convicted Felons arrested after a late night assault

Las Cruces Police arrested a pair of ex-felons suspected of using a stolen firearm during a late-night assault at a local motel.

Biden applauds protesters at his own speech

Vice President Joe Biden appeared to embrace some protesters Thursday who loudly criticized the Obama administration's record of deportations.

Microsoft cuts 18,000 jobs

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wasn't kidding -- he really is making bold changes.

City of El Paso holding community meetings on Quality of Life Bonds

The City of El Paso is holding additional community meetings to hear input on the 2012 Quality of Life Bond program.

Border Patrol agents administer vital fluids, save man’s life

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector encountered a severely dehydrated man, administered lifesaving fluids, reviving him at a ranch near Falfurrias, Texas Thursday afternoon.

Texas investigating measles exposures at Kansas softball event

Texas Department of State Health Services has issued a measles health alert after being notified by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment that more than 30 Texas residents may have been exposed to the highly contagious disease at a Wi

City ESD worker dies from injuries sustained in July 2 crash

A spokesman with El Paso's Environmental Services Department has confirmed that City Code Enforcement Officer Robert Narro, 59, passed away early Thursday morning as a result of injuries sustained in a crash in El Paso's Lower Valley on