Bliss youth lead the way

The Milam Youth Activity Center continued its tradition of innovative summer activities with a week long Leadership Youth Camp.

Lucha libre slams into Fort Bliss' Stout gym

More than 200 hundrend service members and their families attended the Border Impact Group Lucha Libre show at the Stout gym July 18.

Texas Gets High Marks for Executive Order Transparency

Texas is among the states that do well at making executive orders accessible to the public, according to a report released Thursday by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates for open government.

UTEP Alum Miertschin finishes 7th at Pacific Coast Amateur

Corey Pereira showed no signs of final round pressure, posting a three-under 67 en-route to becoming crowned the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur Champion at the Pine Canyon Club.

Las Cruces man admits to killing friend

A Las Cruces man now admits he killed his own friend last summer. Israel Torres pleaded guilty this week to second degree murder charges as part of a plea deal.

DA to decide whether to charge killer of intruder who yelled 'I'm pregnant'

 Tom Greer says he fought back when he was attacked by intruders at his Southern California home. When he got his gun and fired at them, they ran.

Sonia Sotomayor sets kids upon Hillary Clinton

It was a mad dash to hug Hillary Clinton.

Gadsden ISD delays the start of school for two campuses

Gadsden ISD has delayed the start of Desert Pride Academy and Alta Vista Early College High School due to construction that is pending approval of occupancy.

Report: Four journalists detained in Iran, three of them Americans

Concern is growing for the well-being of four journalists, three of them American citizens, apparently detained in Iran this week, according to The Washington Post.

Southwest University Park to host Mexican League games

The El Paso Chihuahuas, in conjunction with Leg Up Entertainment and GECU, present the first-ever Mexican Baseball Fiesta to be held on September 28th and 29th at Southwest University Park. Game times are at 3:05 p.m.

'Dawgs fall to 'Cats in series finale

The Sacramento River Cats scored nine early runs in their 13-2 victory over the El Paso Chihuahuas Thursday night at Southwest University Park.

Socorro ISD prepares for first day of school on July 28th

The Socorro Independent School District will welcome back more than 44,000 students in 46 schools for the new school year, prepared as a team to offer the highest quality, rigorous education for all students.

Andean Bear loss mourned by El Paso Zoo

The El Paso Zoo is sad to announce the loss of the its 28-year-old Andean bear, Inca. Inca was euthanized this afternoon due to an age related severe urinary tract disease.

Magazines recognize UTEP's M.B.A. program as national best

Several national magazines recently recognized The University of Texas at El Paso’s M.B.A. program in their annual “Best of the Best” lists.

University Medical Center eliminates 56 jobs

UPDATE: Fifty six people are now without a job at University Medical Center. UMC officials said the layoffs are the result of "mounting budgetary pressure" caused by the children’s hospital - next door.