Yucca Park expansion project ribbon cutting ceremony

City Council Representative Lily Limón will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Yucca Park Expansion, 7975 Willamette Ave. at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 2, 2014. 

Apple pulls latest iOS update because of issues and complaints

Apple withdrew the first update to the new IPhone because of customer complaints. Some users say they were left without cell service. Other customers said they couldn't connect to bluetooth of the fingerprint reader.

Fewer borrowers defaulting on Federal student loans

Fewer borrowers are defaulting on their Federal student loans. That's according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Survey: Many parents unable to help with child's college tuition

Financial aid is something very familiar to many college students. The average year at a public university costs over $18,000, according to the College Board.

Early morning fire sends one woman to the hospital

One woman was taken to University Medical Center in serious condition after a fire in a home in Northeast El Paso.

Pennsylvania woman blamed for her own rape in state response to lawsuit

The Pennsylvania attorney general's office is blaming a former state prison clerk for her own rape, in response to a federal lawsuit the woman filed.

Police need help finding a man who robbed a Sun Metro passenger

A man allegedly robbed another passenger on a Sun Metro bus and the entire thing was captured by security video. Detectives from the El Paso Police Department are asking for assistance identifying the alleged robber.

Lower Valley elementary school receives grant

A Lower Valley school receives a grant for supporting youth literacy.

Apple pulls back faulty iPhone software update

Apple's first update to its recently released iPhone software didn't go so well. It withdrew the software update Wednesday following widely reported issues that left some unable to use their phone.

UTEP, El Paso Health Dept., CDC work to create mosquito-borne emergency response plan

Officials from UTEP, the El Paso Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with other institutions gathered in El Paso Wednesday to create an emergency response plan for mosquito borne illnesses including West

NMSU 'thinks pink' with breast cancer campaign

The New Mexico State University campus shows its support for breast cancer awareness and will hold events to raise money to fund breast cancer research in New Mexico.

NMSU's Clovis Science Center explores canola as winter crop

New Mexico State University has a research project that points out dual-purpose canola is an excellent alternative for farmers preparing to plant winter crops.

EP Museum of Art hosts 'Chalk the Museum' event

El Paso Museum of Art announces the Chalk the Museum even on Saturday, October 11th.

NM State Volleyball Begins WAC Play with Two Home Matches

The New Mexico State volleyball team (6-5) will begin defense of its back-to-back Western Athletic Conference titles this week as it begins conference play with two matches inside the Pan American Center.

Miners Travel to Albuquerque for William H. Tucker Invitational

Coming off a 12th-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, UTEP will head to Albuquerque for the 60th Annual William H. Tucker Invitational. The tournament will be held at the University of New Mexico Championship Course.