New uniform store sign of growing medical industry

With the medical industry growing in the Sun City comes a greater need for scrubs. Uniform Connection, 2260 Joe Battle Blvd., opened its doors today in far East El Paso.

Borderland Congressman discusses arming teachers with guns

One local congressman is speaking out about security in schools and the need to keep our kids safe.

Beaumont welcomes Dwyer as new senior enlisted advisor

More than 100 attended the William Beaumont Army Medical Center change of responsibility ceremony, on the Northeast Lawn, April 4.

'Top 5' concerns of Soldiers listed

Possible changes to military retirement benefits ranks as the number-one concern of Soldiers, the Army's top enlisted member told senators.

SeaWorld appeal of OSHA citations denied

In a closely watched ruling among those who criticize the captivity of marine mammals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday denied SeaWorld's appeal of safety citations issued by the U.S.

Aaron Hernandez associates indicted on murder charges

Two friends of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez were indicted on murder charges Friday in connection with the 2013 homicide of Odin Lloyd in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, according to the Bristol County District Attorney's

El Paso Counsel of Judges will not increase indigent defense attorney pay

The County of El Paso will not increase indigent defense attorney's pay for now. The Counsel of Judges made the decision Friday.

Girlfriend convicted of killing with stiletto heel gets life in prison

(CNN) -- Ana Trujillo, convicted of killing her Texas boyfriend by repeatedly stabbing him with a stiletto heel, has been sentenced to life in prison, a legal assistant to her attorney said Friday.

El Dorado HS heightens security after man reportedly sneaks on campus, makes inappropriate comments to students

A Socorro High School is on alert after a "suspicious" man reportedly managed to sneak onto campus and scare several students.

University of Texas targeted in clever flower prank

Landscapers at the University of Texas at Austin think the school may be the target of a plant prank from their rival, Texas A&M.

Andress High School principal announces resignation, plans to retire

El Paso Independent School District officials announced Friday the principal of Andress High School has resigned and now plans to completely retire from the district.

Miners set to host Middle Tennessee in softball

The UTEP softball team returns to Conference USA action as it will play a three-game series against Middle Tennessee April 12 and 13. Saturday’s doubleheader will start at 2 p.m.

NMSU changes time of games for softball series

Due to high winds expected for Saturday, April 12, the New Mexico State softball series against Bakersfield will now have a double header played on Friday, April 11 and one game on Saturday, April 12.

Slow down, pay attention for workers’ safety and your own

or National Work Zone Awareness Week, Texas Department of Transportation employees gathered in East El Paso to remember Ciro Lozano. Lozano, 41, was hit by a driver and killed while working on U.S. 54 last June.