FEATURED

Would a healthier concession stand work?

A new study in the "Journal of Public Health" says if concession stands offer healthy foods, they will sell.

March Madness vasectomies

Basketball fans will be glued to their televisions sets this week as March Madness gets underway. Some of those fans will be recuperating from a vasectomy.

Obamacare March Madness push starts Monday

The White House is launching a March Madness push to get people enrolled in Obamacare. President Obama's new campaign begins this week and is tied to the annual basketball bonanza.

Two New Mexico Corrections Officers die in accident

Two New Mexico Corrections Department employees were tragically killed in a car accident on Wednesday, March 12th, 2013.  Officer Noel Reyes, 22, and Jesus Felix, 24, were in San Antonio when the vehicle they were in rolled.

Use HPV tests over Pap tests to find cervical cancer, FDA advisers say

The Pap test, the gold standard for detecting cervical cancer for 60 years, may be losing its luster.

Texas Tech tuition and fees soon go up

March 11, the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents an almost 4% increase in tuition and fees for the 2014-15 academic year. That's about $182.75 for 15 semester credit hours, or $365.50 for a 30-hour academic year.

Apple releases IOS7 update for IPhone, IPad

Apple has released its latest mobile operating system update. IOS seven-point-one packs in an assortment of bug fixes, improvements and new features, including some subtle changes to the overall interface.

General Motors under investigation

General Motors is under investigation by the House, in connection with faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths. The hearings will investigate why the automaker and federal regulators had trouble recognizing the defect.

New report: High school students missing out on financial aid

When it comes to paying for college, every dollar counts, but new nationwide research shows that our country's high school seniors are not doing all they can to get the financial aid they might need.

New report: Blood test predicts who would get Alzheimer's

Researchers have found a blood test that could predict the chance a person will develop alzheimer's disease.

Sunland Park Police search for man wanted for aggravated battery

The Sunland Park Police Department is looking for Saul Flores.  They say he lives in the 100 Block of Fielder in Sunland Park, New Mexico.

Wal-Mart cutting smartphone prices

Wal-Mart announced that its Smartphone prices are coming down. The Samsung Galaxy S-4 will now be $49 which is down from $99. Apple's sixteen gigabyte IPhone 5-S will be $119, down from $145 and the 5-C is now $29 down from $45.

Could playing with Barbie limit careers for girls?

Playing with Barbie could limit how girls view their career choices. That's according to an experiment conducted by an Oregon State University researcher.