Having college degree doesn't guarantee high-paying job

Having a college degree doesn't guarantee you a high-paying job. About 260-thousand graduates made at or below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Woman Arrested For Kicking Officer

Las Cruces Police arrested a woman suspected of kicking an officer who they said was trying to take her to a hospital.

New report: Couples spending more on weddings

Couples are spending more on weddings than ever before. A survey by www.theknot.com found they spent an average of 30-thousand dollars last year. Venue and catering expenses ate up 13-thousand dollars of the budget.

American Cancer Society encourages colon cancer screening

Bottom, bum. tuchus, rump. there are a lot of different names for the rear-end. Whatever you call it, it's important to have it checked as part of a colon cancer screening.

Study: 1 in 25 patients gets infection in hospital

Here are the results of an interesting study: About one in 25 U.S. hospital patients get an infection during their stay. That's according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Study: Can stress lead to infertility?

A new study links stress to infertility. Researchers from Ohio State University followed about 400 couples for up to a year as the couples tried to conceive.

Monopoly is adding new house rules

Do you play Monopoly with your own set of rules? Hasbro wants to know. The game maker is adding a new house rules version of the game. Monopoly fans can debate the 10 proposed house rules on Monopoly's facebook page until April 3, 2014.

Obama to propose NSA phone data changes

President Obama is calling for an overhaul of the controversial NSA program that collects bulk phone data. Currently the NSA collects massive amounts of data and stores it for five years.

Future of Cohen Stadium in Northeast El Paso may be decided Tuesday

El Paso City Council members are expected to discuss the future of Cohen Stadium in Northeast El Paso today (Tuesday.)

Study: Stress may reduce fertility

If you're trying to get pregnant, relax and try to keep your stress down. That sounds like good advice, which your doctor has probably given you, but there has been very little science to back it up -- until now.

Man, in custody, faces new charges as he tries to hide drugs

A man being booked in jail this weekend for not paying fines, is facing drug charges, after he was allegedly caught trying to hide drugs in his rectum.

Wal-Mart offers new service that can save you money

Walmart is launching a new tool to help shoppers make sure they get the best price. It's called savings catcher.

IRS warns of largest phone scam ever

If you get a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS, be suspicious! Federal authorities are spreading the word about what they're calling the largest nationwide phone scam ever.

New report: Is healthiness a state of mind?

A recent study in "The Canadian Medical Association Journal" found that people age 60 or older who said they enjoyed life less were more likely to develop a disability over an eight year period and a recent review of more than 200 stu