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Prosecutors, Better Business Bureau concerned about email scam that orders people to court

The Better Business Bureau is warning people to beware of an e-mail scam that includes a fake court summons and creates a virus on computers.

Fabens man arrested following narcotics search

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office narcotics unit along with the assistance of the SWAT and Strike team arrested a 32-year-old Fabens man after an ongoing narcotics investigation.

Crews battling fires in the Lincoln, Gila National Forests

Fire crews are battling fires in both the Lincoln and Gila National Forest Friday afternoon. The first fire, named the Bensen Fire, was reported around 2:00 pm.

Las Cruces car burglary suspect captured

A 20-year-old Las Cruces man was arrested and charged with two counts of auto burglary, two counts of conspiracy and two counts of larceny Wednesday evening after a resident allegedly caught him breaking into his car along the 2100 block of Ros

UTEP women's basketball to be celebrated Saturday

The 2013-14 UTEP women’s basketball team captured El Pasoans’ hearts with a march to 29 wins and the championship game of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT).

Miners, Aggies to compete at the UTEP Invitational

The UTEP and New Mexico State track and field programs are set to compete in the UTEP Invitational on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. with the women’s hammer throw and running events at 2 p.m. at Kidd Field.

UTEP basketball camps to return this summer

Registration is underway now for the 2014 edition of UTEP Men’s Basketball Camp!

Chihuahuas close out series with win over Tacoma

The El Paso Chihuahuas beat the Tacoma Rainiers 5-2 Thursday, sealing a series win at Cheney Stadium.

El Paso County Sheriff child support roundup

El Paso County Sheriff Richard Wiles and local constables have arrested 10 El Paso County parents who violated court orders requiring them to pay child support.

Montana Vista wastewater public meeting

The Office of State Representative Mary E. González is continuing efforts to coordinate the Montana Vista Wastewater Project.

CBP to staff extra agents at El Paso ports of entry for Easter

According to Customs and Border Protection officials, Holy Week and Easter is the busiest time for all El Paso ports of entry.

SISD tightens security in light of breach at El Dorado HS

Officials with Socorro ISD have confirmed that they have increased security at El Dorado High School after a man was seen entering the building through the athletic area of the building and spoke with some students.

Las Cruces police search for stabbing suspects

Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information in a stabbing that required a 19-year-old man to be airlifted to University Medical Center in El Paso Thursday night.

Old drilling logs help researchers map brackish water

Daniel Ortuño pulled a small piece of Texas history from a shelf in a building at the University of Texas at Austin. The yellowing piece of paper said that on Dec. 19, 1951, John L.