Maybe immigration reform isn't dead after all

Conventional political wisdom suggests that immigration reform in a midterm election year has a snowball's chance in July of getting any traction. But maybe that wisdom isn't so conventional.

New mixed-use housing complex could be built in west El Paso

New housing could soon be built in west El Paso. The mixed-use apartment complex would go up on De Leon just off of Mesa. The plan is to build two, four story buildings that will include a total of 16 apartments.

Fugitive charged with 1981 murder found serving as Texas church deacon

You can run, the saying goes. Joseph Lewis Miller spent more than 33 years hiding, ducking police for a murder charge out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, according to a statement from U.S. Marshal Martin Pane.

Mineola church deacon arrested, connected to 1981 homicide

The U.S. Marshals Service arrested a Pennsylvania fugitive in East Texas who was wanted for more than 30 years on a 1981 murder charge.

Free shredding event April 26

The Better Business Bureau is sponsoring a free shredding event April 26 as part of Secure Your ID Day.

Barber sculps detailed haircuts for die-hard San Antonio Spurs fans

In San Antonio, a barber/die hard basketball fan is using his talents to support his team in the NBA playoffs. Rogelio Mares takes a look at some devoted fans who wear their team spirit, on their heads.

Husband charged with killing mother of 4 in Jacksonville

A mother of four was found dead Sunday morning in the driveway of her home. Police say the husband was responsible for her death.

Arrest Affidavit: Man claims he was being chased before deadly crash

El Paso Police released a mugshot of 27-year-old Brian Gamero, who is accused of driving while intoxicated and crashing into the back of 22-year-old Crystal Saldana's Mazda MX3 early Saturday morning in far east El Paso.

How some colleges are offering free textbooks

 College student Caitlin Ryen works two jobs to support herself and pay tuition at South Florida Community College.

El Paso celebrates Dia De los Ninos April 26

The 18th annual celebration of literacy and health will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Washington Park, 200 Washington Street, from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Broadway in El Paso brings big blockbusters to the Plaza Theatre

El Paso Live and Jam Theatricals announced the El Paso Electric Broadway in El Paso 2014-2015 season Monday morning, which includes the return of Broadway's biggest blockbuster, Wicked.

Avoid getting clipped when hiring lawn-care services

It's that time of the year again when the temperatures rise and the smell of freshly cut grass fills the air. If you are starting to think about lawn care, the Better Business Bureau has a few tips to keep in mind.

Big changes on the way for North Main Street in Las Cruces

Main Street in Las Cruces will be under construction until this time next year.

Happening Monday: Burn Ban, Ballpark Parking and 'No More' Rally

County Commissioners are considering extending a burn ban which impacts El Paso County. The ban prohibit outdoor burning in unincorporated areas of the county for an additional 90 days.

Doctors still prescribing codeine for kids, despite safety issues

Many doctors are still prescribing codeine for children, despite safety concerns. At least, that's what a new study published in the Journal Pediatrics found.