Senator Reid on ranch cattle battle, "We can't have an American people that violate the law."

Tempers have cooled over a cattle dispute that threatened to turn violent, in Nevada. The Bureau of Land Management started rounding up cattle, owned by a family that has been ranching since the 1800's.

91-year-old WW II vet receives POW Medal

A 91 year-old World War II veteran from Colorado received a POW medal on Monday. Eric Egan has his story of survival. Dechant has already received a long list of medals and commendations.

13 to graduate Doña Ana County fire academy

Thirteen new firefighters will be sworn in Friday after having successfully completed the 10th Doña Ana County Fire and Emergency Services Firefighter Academy.

Calculator directive for 8th-graders draws concerns

 

Obamacare may not drive up health care cost as much as orginally expected

Obamacare may not drive up health care costs as much as previously thought. New estimates from the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation show premiums aren't expected to rise as much as previously predicted.

New report: The dangers of daytime napping

There's nothing wrong with a nap from time to time, but here's a warning from the experts. If you feel you are always tired and turn to naps all the time, it may be the sign of larger health issues.

High tech invention now hitting the market

If you've been waiting for a chance to buy Google glass, you're in luck.

Heads turn to the sky to see the "blood moon"

For a brief moment early Tuesday morning, eyeballs turned upward to the moon, not downward on electronic devices.

Report: E-cigarettes appealing to kids

 Redeploying a major argument from the battle over traditional cigarettes, a dozen Democratic members of Congress released a report on Mond

UTEP celebrates Track & Field history with Vandeburg, Beamon

The man credited with turning the UTEP track & field program into a national power, Wayne Vandeburg served as the head coach of the men's track & field team from 1967-72.

Suspect in Jewish center shootings 'entrenched in the hate movement'

Last week, the Anti-Defamation League issued a warning: The Passover holiday was coming up Monday.

Surgeon general says brain health 'new frontier'

Brain health is the "new frontier" in science said Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho as she kicked off a two-day consortium on the topic.

Monday marks one year anniversary of demolition of city hall

One year ago Monday downtown El Paso looked a little like a ghost town as city hall came tumbling down.

El Paso man convicted of aggravated assault could be imprisoned for 80 years

An El Paso man acquitted of murder will learn his fate by Friday. Last Friday, 21-year-old Miguel Tinoco was found not guilty of murder but found guilty of four counts of aggravated assault.