New study: Get up, get out and get moving

Life can feel like a marathon, but you don't need to run one to stay in shape. Physical fitness experts say walking, riding a bike, even a weekly zumba class can keep you feeling your best.

Pfizer drug shows promise in treating advanced breast cancer

An experimental drug from Pfizer shows promising results in treating advanced breast cancer, according to the pharmaceutical company.

Spiders force another Mazda recall

Spiders are forcing Mazda to recall 42-thousand vehicles. The automaker says spiders may build webs in a vent hose and cause the fuel tank to crack. That can lead to an increased risk of a fire.

Obamas visit Fort Hood to attend memorial service

President Barack Obama will go to Fort Hood, Wednesday, to attend a memorial service for victims of last week's deadly shooting.

David Letterman announces retirement

After appearing on late night television for more than 30 years now, David Letterman announced that he will retire next year. Letterman's current contract expires in 2015 and he will not renew it.

Chrysler SUV recall

It seems to be becoming a trend lately. Another "big three" automaker, has issued another big recall. This time it's Chrysler giving a warning to its customers. The automaker is recalling about 870-thousand SUV's.

AT&T hiring in El Paso

AT&T is looking to hire more than 3,000 retail employees nationwide, 46 of which will be open in the El Paso area.  The company plans to hire the retail sales and sales management employees over the next several months.  The compa

Coach Keitha Adams on season, Don Haskins and family

The UTEP Women's Basketball team is making history Wednesday night. They will play in the WNIT Final Four in front of a sold out crowd at the Don Haskins Center.

Save your tax refund, win the lottery

By saving a small chunk of your tax refund, you could hit a 25-thousand-dollar jackpot. The nonprofit, Doorways to Dreams fund, has created a new lottery to encourage people to save rather than spend.

Letter reveals past NSA spying on U.S. citizens

A letter from Director of National Intelligence James Clapper sheds new light on NSA spying on Americans. The letter to Senator Ron Wyden was posted online by the Washington Post.

Las Palmas commemorates 'Donate Life Month'

A local hospital held a special ceremony today to mark the beginning of April.

NMSU job fair Tuesday for educators

Today (Friday) people looking for a career in the education field will have a chance get a job thanks to a job fair at New Mexico State University.  

New study: Only calorie count matters when trying to shed pounds

Three meals, five meals -- this new study says throw all those meal counts out the window. It says the only count that should matter is the calories.