Albuquerque trio arrested for string of Las Cruces robberies

Police arrested three Albuquerque men suspected of breaking into a pair of businesses last week and stealing several cartons of cigarettes, amongst other items.

Socorro ISD accepting nominations for name of new Far East El Paso elementary school

A new elementary school in the Socorro Independent School District is scheduled to open in July 2015 near the Montana area in Far East El Paso and the school district is taking suggestions for a name.

Joint memorial service to be held for victims of plane crash

Three medical workers killed in a Las Cruces plane crash last week will be laid to rest on Saturday.

Dona Ana County officials look into emergency response times, working to decrease wait

In an emergency situation a minute can make all the difference between life and death. And some residents in rural areas in New Mexico claim they’re having to wait longer for emergency responders to arrive.

Testimony Begins in Trial Over Texas Voter ID Law

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CBP: Woman stopped at the border had 7.5 pounds of cocaine strapped to her thigh

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operation officers working at the El Paso port of entry seized 7.5 pounds of cocaine Sunday. They said the drugs were strapped to the legs of a female border crosser.

City of El Paso to host Volleyball tournament

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host a 4 Corners Volleyball Tournament from Friday, September 12th through Sunday, September 14th at Pavo Real Recreation Center, 9301 Alameda Ave.

Army To Play UTEP

UTEP football practice was about to end on Tuesday morning when Athletic Director Bob Stull dropped a casual note into he sideline conversation: The Miners had schedule a home and home series with Army that starts September 16, 2016 at the Sun

NMSU football to open Sun Belt Conference play

The New Mexico State football team meets Georgia State for the first time in the program’s history, Saturday, Sept. 6 in Atlanta, Ga. with kickoff set for 12 p.m. (MT).

UTEP running back earns Campbell Award Honorable Mention

Sophomore running back Aaron Jones was named to the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award honorable mention list announced on Monday.

Arrest Affidavit: Brutal beating brought on after brother skipped work

An El Paso man who is accused of brutally beating his half-brother, ultimately causing his death allegedly became enraged with his brother after he skipped work, according to the arrest affidavit obtained Tuesday.

Elderly Las Cruces woman killed in Thursday crash identified

UPDATE: Las Cruces Police have identified the 84-year-old woman killed in a car crash early Thursday morning as Cuca Gilliland of Las Cruces.

Jury selection for man accused of stabbing pregnant Fort Bliss wife set for Friday

The trial of the man who is accused of stabbing a pregnant Fort Bliss wife will get underway this Friday, September 5.

UTEP football season kicks off, fans prepare for tailgating

As El Pasoans and UTEP fans from all across the region descend upon the UTEP campus for the first home game of the season this week, you may need to prepare ahead of time before you plan to come to campus for tailgating.

Cyber security stocks up on news of a possible security breach at Home Depot

Call it the "Jennifer Lawrence stock rally". As hackers try to steal credit card data from Home Depot and naked pictures from Hollywood celebrities, cybersecurity companies are seeing big gains.