Tokyo travel: 11 things to know before you go

After a setback from the natural and nuclear disasters of 2011, tourism has rebounded in Tokyo.

The biggest wave ever surfed?

 Brave or reckless?

The real CSI is coming to Santa Fe

The New Mexico Department of Public Safety’s Forensic Bureau is hosting the 35th Annual Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (SWAFS) Conference this Sunday through Wednesday. 

Sun Metro Brio Construction Update

Construction of the Sun Metro Brio Rapid Transit System is moving forward along the Mesa Street Corridor.

Border crossers can travel further in New Mexico

Border card visa holders crossing through the Santa Teresa, Columbus and Antelope Wells ports of entry will now have the opportunity to visit more of New Mexico, the new regulation comes after the border commercial zone was extended from 25 to

Holiday Travel Tips

If you're traveling over the holidays, whether it's just across the border or overseas, there are some important things to keep in mind.  Lourdes Alonzo-Reny from the El Paso Passport Agency gave us some tips on Local 4 News at 5:3

Area New Mexico Roads, Interstates Closed Due to High Winds

LAS CRUCES, N.M. — UPDATE: ►I-10 CLOSURE EXTENDED: Las Cruces to Arizona State line. Blowing dust with minimal visibility. Avoid travels until conditions change.  

Man Charged With Second DWI

EL PASO-- An El Pasoan has been charged with his second DWI, after El Paso police noticed he was swerving as he drove.

Victim Identified in Deadly Pedestrian Accident

EL PASO--- The man killed in December's pedestrian accident in the Northeast has been identified. 

Walk Across El Paso by Crime VIctims & Families Tries to Raise Awareness in the City

EL PASO--- Help, hope, and healing for crime victims. That was the goal behind a walk across El Paso Sunday.

Police Identify 21-year-old Killed in Saturday's Crash

EL PASO-- It was a 21-year old driver who was killed in that early morning rollover that happened yesterday. Police identified the man as Arnaldo Gallegos.

Fire in Central El Paso Causes Damage to Carport, 2 Vehicles

EL PASO-- A fire in Central El Paso on Sunday afternoon is to blame for the damage caused to two vehicles and a carport. The fire was called in just after 4:00 P.M. on the 3900 block of Piedras.

CBP Officers Have a Busy Weekend

EL PASO-- U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers were kept busy over the weekend.

VIDEO: Iowa Man Runs Red Light, Slams into Teen's Car, Kills Teen

Des Moines, Iowa-- A man has been arrested and charged in connection to a deadly crash that killed a teenager on Aug. 28.

Safety Nets Added to National Cathedral After Damage From East Coast 'Quake

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Safety nets have been installed under the ceiling of the Washington National Cathedral to protect visitors against falling debris.