City Council to consider tighter zoning rules for Payday Loan Shops

A statewide fight over payday loans -- has flared up once again in El Paso. Efforts to further regulate the industry have failed in the state legislature, so now cities are taking on the task.

Why you crave pumpkin flavors in the fall

The Wall Street Journal labeled it a "Halloween horror story." The Internet called it something else: a "pumpkin panic."

Drillers, but not fracking, tied to tainted water

Oil and gas activities – but not hydraulic fracturing – tainted drinking water wells atop North Texas’ Barnett Shale and Pennsylvania’s Marcellus formation, according to a new study.

Las Cruces Dollar Tree employee injured after car crashes into store

A 58-year-old Dollar Store employee is recovering after a scary scene where a car came crashing through the front of the Las Cruces discount store Sunday.

Abortion clinic opening delayed

A controversial new abortion clinic didn't end up opening Monday in Las Cruces as planned. Whole Women's Health is delaying its opening due to logistical issues. No word on when the clinic will now open.

Anthony man arrested after allegedly harassing his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend all weekend

Doña Ana County investigators arrested an Anthony man Sunday morning after his ex-girlfriend told law enforcement he spent the weekend coming over uninvited, hiding out in her house, and assaulted her and her new boyfriend.

Woman believed to be El Paso's oldest resident passes away

A woman who very well might have been El Paso's oldest resident has passed away. Last year we introduced you to Maria Guadalupe Muñoz.

NMSU Homecoming 2014 celebrates milestone reunions

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will celebrate reunions for the class of 1964 and the class of 1954 during the Road to Discovery Homecoming celebration Nov. 3-9.

Las Cruces dad indicted after 4-month-old tests positive for meth

A Las Cruces father was indicted Thursday on one count of Abuse of a Child after his four month old child tested positive for methamphetamine earlier in July.

This Week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletics department has numerous events for Aggie fans to follow along this week. Please go to the official website of NM State Athletics at www.NMStateSports.com to keep up with all Aggie sports.

UTEP football to play at Kansas State on FSN

UTEP football will travel to take on Kansas State on Saturday, September 27 at 10:00am MT to be televised on FSN.

Southwest Showdown announces boxing events for the week

Main Event Sijuola Ade “Juice” Shabazz 4(4)-1-0 vs Keith Downs 3(1)-0 at 165lbs.

NMSU announces events for 'Tough Enough to Wear Pink" week

The annual “NMSU Aggies are Tough Enough to Wear Pink” campaign returns Sunday, Sept. 28, with a week’s worth of events.

UTEP to hold basketball tip-off luncheon for fans

UTEP Athletics and the Miner Athletic Club will host the 2014 Hoops Tipoff Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at noon in the El Paso Convention Center.

ADP to add 150,000 sq.ft. facility in West El Paso

Automatic Data Processing (ADP) will double its presence in El Paso by 2020, including adding another build-ing to create a West Side campus.