Commissioners OK Betting on Historical Horse Races

The Texas Racing Commission is moving forward with a plan to install historical racing machines at racetracks in the state despite opposition from a Fort Worth lawmaker.

Sun City Music Festival kicks off in El Paso

One of the largest electronic dance music festivals is taking place this weekend right here in El Paso.

Peanut butter killed his mom; now son watches company brass stand trial

It was in a bland, windowless third-floor courtroom here that Jeff Almer first locked eyes with the man he holds responsible for his mother's death.

Fallout from questionable police actions in Ferguson continues

One St. Louis-area police officer resigned and another retired in the continued fallout from questionable police actions in the days after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri.

Abbott opinion murky on plastic bag bans

    Do plastic bag bans and restrictions in cities like Austin, Laredo, and Brownsville violate Texas law?

Federal ruling allows only abortion clinic in El Paso to stay open

More than 12 abortion clinics across Texas found relief in a ruling by U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel Friday. He ruled holding clinics to hospital level operating standards to be unconstitutional.

El Paso firefighters investigating woman possibly hit by a train

El Paso firefighters are at the scene of a train accident at Copia St. and Rosa Ave. in Central El Paso. Fire dispatchers say a train possibly hit a woman at about 3 p.m.

Report: ISIS selling Yazidi women in Syria

The nightmare of ISIS persecution continues for hundreds of Yazidi girls and women who were abducted by the Sunni Muslim extremist group and are being sold to its fighters in Syria, according to a human rights group.

UTEP soccer powers past Incarnate Word

Powered by stifling defense and goals from four different players, the UTEP soccer team drilled Incarnate Word, 4-0, to open up the Fifth-Annual Border Bash in style at University Field Friday.

Chihuahuas fall to Bee's

The El Paso Chihuahuas trailed by five runs entering the bottom of the ninth inning Friday and got the tying run into scoring position but fell to the Salt Lake Bees 8-6.

Three El Paso bars shut down for alleged drug trafficking and gang activity

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) shut down three El Paso bars after allegations of drug trafficking and gang activity.

Federal judge strikes down key part of Texas abortion law as unconstitutional

A federal judge ruled Friday it is unconstitutional to force abortion clinics to become surgical centers in the state of Texas, effectively throwing out a key component of an anti-abortion law that would have forced the closure of a number of f

Pro's Ranch Market changing names, giving away free groceries

A popular El Paso area grocery store is changing its name and giving away free groceries. Pro's Ranch Markets will become Los Altos Ranch Market starting next Wednesday.

Doña Ana County treasurer asked to resign

The treasurer of Doña Ana County is being asked to resign. During a special meeting this morning, county commissioners voted to censure David Gutierrez, and to ask him to step down.

Ceelo pleads 'No Contest' on Ecstasy charge

Singer-songwriter Ceelo Green pleaded no contest to giving Ecstasy to a woman in 2012. Green, whose real name is Thomas Callaway, entered a plea to one felony count of furnishing a controlled substance.