Economy

Same-Sex Ceremony on Army Post Draws Fire

FORT POLK, LA — A same-sex ceremony between an enlisted woman and a civilian woman on a U.S. Army post last month drew protests from lawmakers Thursday.

Keeping Students Sharp Through the Summer

(CNN) -- Call it the summer slide, the seasonal slump, the brain drain or the summer slowdown. Just don't call it new: The two-month period when students lose some of their academic edge has been observed for over a century.

Sharp as a laser

(CNN) -- Researchers at the University of Colorado have made a breakthrough that may one day help doctors detect disease earlier and with more accuracy.

New NCAA Legislation Gives Miners an Early Jump on 2012-13 Season

All 16 members of the 2012-13 UTEP men’s basketball team will arrive on campus this weekend, in time for the start of summer school on Monday.

WAC Announces 2012 ESPN Football Television Schedule

The Western Athletic Conference announced today that a minimum of 13 football games will be televised on multiple ESPN platforms this fall. The season opens with a Thursday night contest on Aug.

Diablos Aquire Two Veterans

The El Paso Diablos have added two experienced veteran players to join the roster. The Diablos acquired ex-major leaguer Enrique Cruz in a trade with the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, as well as AAA veteran Jimmy Rohan coming in as a free agent.

Boxing Event Saturday in Las Cruces

The public is invited to attend Southwest Explosion IV this Saturday, June 9th at the Sammy Burke Youth Boxing Center in Las Cruces. The event will be hosted by the Las Cruces Police Athletic League (PAL) Boxing Club.

Double Homicide Suspect Captured in Juarez, Extradited to El Paso

Labeled one of El Paso's Most Wanted Fugitives, 2009 double homicide suspect Ricardo Zuniga, 37, was arrested in Juarez Tuesday. He was turned over to detectives later that night and placed under arrest for capital murder.

"National Get Outdoors Day" Prompts Fee Waivers

SILVER CITY, NM — In recognition of National Get Outdoors Day celebrated on June 9, 2012, the Forest Service is waiving fees at recreation sites that normally charge a day-use or overnight camping fee.

Fort Worth Man Faces El Paso DWI Charge

EL PASO — A Fort Worth man is arrested for a 3rd DWI Wednesday when police responded to a call of a “Subject Down at the Wheel.”

Horse Caused Man's Death

EL PASO — A man living and working near an auto salvage yard off W. Picacho Avenue died from injuries caused by a horse, an autopsy concluded.

UTEP Student Falls into Colorado River, Declared Missing

MOAB, UT — A student from The University of Texas at El Paso is missing after he fell into the Colorado River at the Gold Bar recreation area near Moab, Utah, on Wednesday afternoon.

Alcohol Rules for Music Under the Stars

EL PASO - Music Under the Stars starts June 10th at the Chamizal, but there's been some controversy over allowing alcohol into the park.

UTEP Movies on the Lawn

EL PASO - UTEP is kicking off its free summer "Movies on the Lawn" series.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Graduation

EL PASO - Dozens of resident physicians will graduate from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center here in El Paso and the good news is, many of them have decided to stay in the Sun City to start their practice.