UTEP celebrates Track & Field history with Vandeburg, Beamon

The man credited with turning the UTEP track & field program into a national power, Wayne Vandeburg served as the head coach of the men's track & field team from 1967-72.

Suspect in Jewish center shootings 'entrenched in the hate movement'

Last week, the Anti-Defamation League issued a warning: The Passover holiday was coming up Monday.

Surgeon general says brain health 'new frontier'

Brain health is the "new frontier" in science said Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho as she kicked off a two-day consortium on the topic.

Monday marks one year anniversary of demolition of city hall

One year ago Monday downtown El Paso looked a little like a ghost town as city hall came tumbling down.

El Paso man convicted of aggravated assault could be imprisoned for 80 years

An El Paso man acquitted of murder will learn his fate by Friday. Last Friday, 21-year-old Miguel Tinoco was found not guilty of murder but found guilty of four counts of aggravated assault.

First on CNN: Christie's interview with investigators

The first news report linking his top aides to an alleged political payback scheme to close lanes on the George Washington Bridge made Chris Christie "sick to his stomach," the New Jersey governor told investigators, according to a ne

E-cigarettes appealing to kids

Redeploying a major argument from the battle over traditional cigarettes, a dozen Democratic members of Congress released a report on Monday concluding that electronic cigarettes "aggressively (promote) their products by using techniques and venues t

Smokers may lose out on job opportunities

If you smoke you will not get hired. This is the new policy El Paso County Sheriff Richard Wiles is implementing at the Sheriff’s Office.

Fort Bliss historian helps others ride with Pancho Villa

In the predawn hours of March 9, 1916, Francisco “Pancho” Villa and his band of several hundred villistas descended upon the town of Columbus, N.M., in hopes of obtaining needed military equipment, supplies and horses in the hands o

El Paso County commissioners celebrate UTEP basketball team

El Paso County Commissioners made it official Monday morning, declaring a holiday in the Sun City. County Commissioners declared Monday UTEP Women's Basketball Team Day.

Trial begins for woman accused of running over, killing cyclist

The trial for a woman accused of running over and killing a bicyclist in Fabens nearly 5 years ago started Monday.

Woman faces federal charges for allegedly throwing shoe at Hillary Clinton

An Arizona woman now faces federal charges for allegedly throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton. Alison Ernst, 36, was arrested on Monday in Phoenix, the Secret Service said.

Patient claims botched root canal against arrested dentist

We are learning more details about an alleged botched root canal by a former El Paso dentist.

El Pasoan elected President of Texas State Teachers Association

Noel Candelaria, a former special education teacher in the Ysleta Independent School District, has been elected president of the Texas State Teachers Association. He will take office July 15.

Sunset Heights, Texas Trost Society presents 'Trost Week'

The Texas Trost Society will be holding a series of events Mary 3-10, 2014 in celebration of 'Trost Week.' Events throughout the week will celebrate architect Henry Trost.