Identity theft can be hot during the summer

With summer is in full swing, many Americans are hitting the roads and taking vacations. 66 percent of Americans will travel between Memorial Day and Labor Day, according to AAA. Many will be taking an average of three trips.

Road melts at Yellowstone National Park

The road was melting. Extreme heat from thermal features at Yellowstone National Park, created by the active volcano below the park, caused oil to bubble on a road surface on July 9 and damage it.

Do genes determine friendships?

The old saying is "birds of a feather flock together" and turns out this may be scientifically true. This new study says we all may be genetically linked to our friends.

3D printers may soon be on Home Depot store shelves

Home Depot is taking its first major step into the 3D printer market.

Three things you can do for a healthier life

We all know that eating right and getting enough exercise are the keys to staying fit but there are things you can do, overnight, that can get you on the right track to having a healthier life.

Jose Antonio Vargas, symbol of immigration debate, freed after detention

Jose Antonio Vargas trumpeted that he was an undocumented immigrant for years. But authorities never apprehended him. Until now.

Some doctors struggling to pay for increasingly pricey vaccines

As physicians across the country prepare for next month's busy pre-back-to-school rush for vaccinations, the rising prices of some vaccines have some private doctors struggling to pay for the doses.

U.S. Navy nurse won't force-feed Guantanamo detainees

Attorneys for a Guantanamo Bay detainee on a hunger strike say a U.S. military nurse has refused to conduct forced feedings of inmates.

Texas sees rise in Medicaid signups

More than 80,000 additional Texans have enrolled in Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program since the rollout of the Affordable Care Act last fall despite Republican state leaders’ decision not to expand eligibility to p

Developers tour site of future waterpark

Plans to build a new multi-million dollar waterpark in northeast El Paso took another step forward. Yesterday interested developers toured the site, which surrounds Cohen Stadium.

U.S. monitoring Americans fighting in Syria amid security fears

The U.S. government is stepping up efforts to collect intelligence on Syrian training camps and Americans returning from Syria amid concern that U.S. citizens fighting alongside extremists might later conduct attacks back home.

After criticizing White House over unaccompanied minors, Martin O'Malley said don't send them to Maryland site

After his strong criticism of the Obama administration's plans to return thousands of young undocumented migrants back to Central America, Maryland Gov.

City officials release Deputy City Manager contract in light of absence

El Paso taxpayers will continue to pay more than $170,000 to a city employee -- who's not even working. It's a story we've been following for weeks.

Jose Antonio Vargas, symbol of immigration debate, freed after detention

Jose Antonio Vargas, one of America's most well known undocumented immigrants, openly discussed his status for years but was never apprehended by authorities. Until now.

Mobile app merges art with technology at Downtown El Paso art exhibit

Technology has collided with art to create a must-see exhibit at the Downtown El Paso Visitors Center. It's called the Interactive Augment El Paso experience.