African-American Soldiers upset about new hair policy

African-Americans and others are upset by the U.S. Army's new hairstyle rules.

Bliss celebrates Month of the Military Child

Command Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Mendoza, Fort Bliss Garrison command sergeant major, speaks to a crowd of children and parents during a celebration at the Main Child Development Center on West Fort Bliss April 2.

Local boxing group plans fundraiser for autism

Boxing club 'Pound 4 Pound' will hold a fundraiser for "Speak up for Autism", an organization formed to assist those affected by autism, on Friday, April 18.

UTEP senior forward honored with C-USA Spirit of Service award

UTEP Women’s basketball senior standout Kristine Vitola will receive the Winter Conference USA Spirit of Service award, the league office revealed Wednesday afternoon.

Ukraine unrest will be resolved by force or talks in 48 hours, minister says

Ukrainian acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said Wednesday that the separatist protests in Ukraine's eastern region would be resolved within 48 hours -- either through negotiations or the use of force.

Diamond Stolen from New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science experienced the theft of a rough diamond Wednesday. The diamond was located in a secure case in the Volcano exhibit.

EPISD documents show former Austin principal removed over alleged retaliation

NewsChannel 9 has learned more about why the El Paso Independent School District Board of Managers voted to remove former Austin High School Principal John Tanner.

Report: Majority of deportations from U.S. for minor violations

More than 2.3 million people were deported from this country from 2008 to 2013, and only a small fraction of them were removed for serious crimes.

Family of seven displaced in Chaparral fire

A family of seven is being assisted by the American Red Cross after their single-wide mobile home was completely destroyed by a fire Wednesday afternoon in Chaparral.

Easter chicks, turtles bring salmonella dangers

With Easter right around the corner, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health is urging residents to avoid purchasing chicks, ducklings, and turtles as pets for their children.

Bull rider from Eastern New Mexico University killed during practice

A bull rider for the Eastern New Mexico University rodeo team died on Tuesday night after a bull stepped on him during practice.

City of Anthony NM gears up for spring community cleanup

The City of Anthony (NM) is gearing up for their Spring Community Cleanup, which will be held on April 12th from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

Jury resumes deliberations in Tinoco trial

The jury in the murder trial of 21-year-old Miguel Tinoco was sequestered Wednesday evening after a little under four hours of deliberations.

Aggies series in North Dakota cancelled

The University of North Dakota has announced that officials have deemed the Kraft Memorial Field unplayable after a recent storm dropped additional snow.

Dallas Cowboys Preseason Schedule Released

The NFL released this year’s preseason schedule Wednesday, with many specific dates still to be determined.