Amid Immigration Crisis, Obama Focuses on Economy

President Obama touted economic progress made under his watch since the nation fell into financial crisis, and he urged Americans to have faith in their government in a speech Thursday at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Austin.

Rodriguez ready for the ring

David Rodriguez is ready for the ring. He's 36-1 overall, and in a heavyweight battle, he will face Raymond Ochieng Friday, July 18 at Southwest University Events Center, 6500 Montana. Doors open at 6:30pm, fights start at 8:00pm.

El Paso Parks and Rec to hold public swim league championships

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will highlight another activity during National Parks and Recreation Month as the Department will host the two largest swim meets in the city over the next two weekends..

Family of man killed by police file lawsuit

Relatives of a man who was shot and killed by an El Paso police officer in 2012 are now suing the officer, the city, and 20 unnamed city employees.

Local teens get a behind the scenes look at government

Young leaders from Canutillo High School stopped by El Paso Congressman Beto O'Rourke's Washington, D.C. office to talk about issues they say is important to them including immigration.

Kerry in Afghanistan to talk over election outcome, fraud claims

Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan on Thursday where he plans to encourage a resolution to the presidential election that the United States insists must include a thorough review of "reasonable allegatio

Germany or Argentina? EP Zoo's Mexican Burro to make World Cup prediction

Well, the experts say that fans of Mexico's World Cup Team tend to put their support behind Argentina for the World Cup Final this Sunday. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

Tougher enforcement netting hundreds of citations, arrests of dozens

Law enforcement in New Mexico have been targeting busy intersections with more crashes for traffic violations. The extra enforcement began in January this year, in smaller communities with less police presence.

Details emerge in Texas man's slaying of 4 children, 2 adults

A man shot and killed four children and two adults Wednesday at a Houston-area home belonging to relatives of his estranged wife, authorities said.

Dozens of immigrants treated at local hospitals

Just more than 100 central american immigrants have been treated in local hospitals. Sierra Providence Health Network hospitals have treated 50 immigrants brought in by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

656 pounds of marijuana seized at El Paso Port of Entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office officers and U.S. Border Patrol agents seized 656 pounds of marijuana during a single drug bust early Tuesday morning. Agents estimate the street value of the drugs at $524,800.

Texas police officer rescues same dog twice, adopts him

How about a feel good story from a loyal police officer in Arlington?

3-year-old boy with cancer named sheriff's deputy

He has the trademark brown uniform and the badge of a newly minted sheriff's deputy. And he has his first order -- actually, his only order: get better.

7 Questions: After Obama's Texas trip, what now for immigration crisis?

More money. More National Guard troops at the border. More children deported. A slew of possible solutions for the immigration crisis at the southern border emerged this week as President Barack Obama visited Texas.

NM Department of Health warns residents about Tularemia in wake of recent case

The New Mexico Department of Health announced today a laboratory confirmed case of tularemia in a 65 year-old woman from Bernalillo County.