Bel Air students win 1st and 2nd place at state firefighting competition

Two Bel Air high school seniors are the best in the state when it comes to firefighting.

Boston bomb suspect can see autopsy photos

 Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be allowed to view autopsy photos of the attack's victims and meet with his si

Menzies Draws Interest From Tulsa

A pair of Tulsa Media outlets now make Marvin Menzies the favorite to become the new head basketball coach of the Golden Hurricanes.

Bail set at $100,000 for man accused of Boston bomb hoax

A judge on Wednesday set bail at $100,000 for a man accused of carrying a fake bomb near a Boston crowd that was marking the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.

Free Medical Living Wills offered Wednesday

The El Paso County Attorney’s office, University Medical Center, and the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso (HACEP) joined forces Wednesday, offering free Advance Medical Directives (living wills) and medical Powers of Attorney to t

Report: Texas' Rate of Uninsured Dips Slightly

The sky-high rate of Texans without health insurance has dropped only slightly since the launch of the federal Affordable Care Act’s online health insurance marketplace, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institu

Pasodale Elementary parents question "inappropriate" homework assignment

Many parents are scratching their heads over a 4th grade homework assignment handed out on Tuesday but not because they can't understand it.

EPPD confirms man who escaped custody has been captured

UPDATE: A spokesman for the El Paso Police Department confirmed that the man who escaped police custody early Wednesday morning has been captured by authorities.

UPDATE: Power restored to Northeast El Paso customers

UPDATE: El Paso Electric Crews now say that they were able to restore power to the affected residents at approximately 11:23 a.m. The affected area was around Gschwind Ave and Yvette Ave near Rushing and Woodrow Bean.

Court thwarts Sierra Club's radioactive waste challenge

A state appeals court has thwarted a challenge to a low-level radioactive waste disposal site in West Texas – a ruling that signals growing difficulties for those trying to scrutinize the decisions of Texas environmental regulators.

NMSU Regents give final approval for revenue bonds

At a special meeting April 16, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents gave final approval to issue $15.9 million in system subordinate lien revenue bonds.

Abraham Chavez & Plaza Theatre top venues in Texas

Destination El Paso announced that Venues Today Magazine has recognized the Plaza Theatre and the Abraham Chavez Theatre as two of the Top Five Venues in Texas, with a capacity of 5,000 seats or fewer.

Business savior or a sin? Jesus smokes weed in Seattle burger ad

The advertisement inevitably raised some eyebrows. Heck, it was intended to.

Ebola goes viral in city with 2M residents, experts hope it doesn't go global

It took only moments to feel the impact of what was happening here.

4 dead, almost 300 missing after South Korean ship sinks

Rescue boats and helicopters scrambled Wednesday to find almost 300 passengers, including scores of high school students, missing after a ferry sank off the southwest coast of South Korea.