Ebola is a 'national security priority,' Obama says

President Barack Obama on Sunday signaled for the first time that he is likely to dispatch U.S. military resources to help fight the serious outbreak of Ebola in several countries in West Africa.

U.S. Coast Guard, Jamaica call off search for plane wreckage

The U.S. Coast Guard and the Jamaica Defence Force suspended their searches Sunday for signs of a prominent New York couple whose plane crashed in the Caribbean Sea north of Jamaica.

"3-Strikes" plan spurs nursing home regulation debate


Drivers react to recent car accidents

An accident involving a motorhome and a pickup truck on I-10 near Raynolds on Saturday caused all westbound lanes to shut down for almost 7 hours. Two were taken to the hospital, one with serious injuries.

Congressman O'Rourke to host border conference

Congressman Beto O'Rourke will be hosting a border conference this Friday in Downtown El Paso. O'Rourke along with the Border Legislative Conference will host the 2014 Border Conference at the El Paso Civic Center.

230,000 without power in metro Detroit after powerful storm

(CNN) -- Thousands remained without power Saturday in the metro Detroit area after powerful thunderstorms the previous night that left one man dead and frightened others in its path.

UTEP football is good news for local businesses

College football is back in action and the UTEP Miners took on Texas Tech at the Sun Bowl Saturday night .

Aggies storm back from 17-0 to win, 34-31

The New Mexico State football team came back from a 17-point deficit and outscored Georgia State 17-7 in the fourth quarter to defeat the Panthers 34-31 in the Georgia Dome, Saturday, Sept. 6.

UTEP volleyball splits at Leatherneck Invitational

UTEP split at the Leatherneck Invitation against Western Illinois and Eastern Illinois on Saturday. The Miners (1-5) defeated the Leathernecks 3-1 (25-20, 24-26, 25-22, 25-19) and fell vs. the Panthers 3-1 (25-22, 21-25, 27-25, 27-25).

NMSU volleyball falls to Cal

The New Mexico State volleyball team fought and scrapped its way to a five-set match with the Cal Bears on Saturday afternoon during the final match of the NM State Tournament, eventually falling short of a victory, 25-16, 22-25, 20-25, 25-20,

UTEP's Rotich wins Lobo Invitational

The men’s and women’s cross country team competed in the Lobo Invitational 5K Saturday morning. The men’s team performed at a very high level as they knocked off the 17th ranked New Mexico Lobos.

Fort Bliss announces new security measures

After several recent security concerns, Fort Bliss is once again making changes to how people can get on and off post. Starting Monday, September 8th, 2014, civilians can only enter through the following gates:

Perry to Meet With Bullet Train Operator in Japan

During a trip to Asia next week, Gov. Rick Perry will meet with the president of a bullet train operator involved in an effort to develop a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston, his office confirmed Friday.

30 kids a day hit with virus

A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of children to hospitals in Missouri and possibly throughout the Midwest and beyond, officials say.

Fans tailgate to kick off UTEP football season

Hours before the first kick off of the UTEP vs Texas Tech game, fans geared up and camped out overnight in RVs near Kern Drive.