Heat Is On At Tennis West

The second day of the Hunt USTA Women's Pro Classic at Tennis West brought 100 degree temperatures. Here are results from Day 2 of the Main Draw:

El Paso Electric has a plan for summer outages

EL PASO- E.P.E. already knows that power outages are more common during the summer months.

Local 4 News Goes Down the Toilet

EL PASO - Down in the West Texas town of El Paso... a man has become king of a certain kind of throne by answering the call of dooty.

Alleged Stalker, Burglar Arrested at Father's House

LAS CRUCES — A wanted man who faced multiple charges, including stalking, assault and battery, was arrested Wednesday morning at his father’s house in Doña Ana.

Illegal B-12 Injections Lead to Infection, Charges

EL PASO — A woman required major medical surgery after developing a severe deep tissue infection in the buttocks caused by an illegal care plan for her anemia.

Fallen Soldier's Remains Return to Fort Bliss

FORT BLISS, TX — The remains of Staff Sgt. Roberto Loeza will arrived this afternoon at Biggs Army Airfield. The Fort Bliss Soldier died May 25 supporting Operation Enduring Freedom, while in Charkh, Longar province Afghanistan.

Man Arrested for Alleged Beating at Community Swimming Pool

LAS CRUCES — A 30-year-old man suspected of physically assaulted a 12-year-old boy on May 30 at a community swimming pool has been arrested.

Sci-fi Legend Ray Bradbury Dies

LOS ANGELES — Science fiction author Ray Bradbury, whose imagination yielded classic books such as "Fahrenheit 451," "The Martian Chronicles" and "Something Wicked This Way Comes," has died at 91, his publish

WHO: Sexually-Transmitted Superbug Could be Major Crisis

A major public health crisis is emerging, in the form of a sexually-transmitted disease that doesn't respond to antibiotics, World Health Organization officials said Wednesday.

Teen Guilty of Homicide in Texting-While-Driving Case

HAVERHILL, MA — (CNN) -- A Massachusetts teen was convicted Wednesday of homicide as a result of texting while driving.

"Movies on the Lawn" Screens Free Shows

EL PASO — The University of Texas at El Paso will kick off its second season of “Movies on the Lawn” with a screening of Disney’s The Lion King starting at 8:30 p.m.

Construction on Gateway & Transmountain Begins

EL PASO - We have two road construction projects that will affect your commute this morning and for months to come.

Cervantes Wins (D) Primary Dist. 31 State Senate Race

LAS CRUCES, NM — State Rep. Joseph Cervantes won his democratic primary election against former Sunland Park Mayor Ruben Segura.

Controversial Bar Turns Table on City

EL PASO — The owner of the Three-Legged Monkey has announced the business will filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, in order to save the bar.and the jobs of employees there

UTEP Grant to Aid Border Issues

EL PASO — UTEP has earned a 250-thousand dollar grant to conduct research for the Borderland.