Student exhibit showcases New Mexico's Native American tribes

Students from the J. Paul Taylor Academy and the Hatch Public Schools will be honored at an art reception at the Doña Ana County Government Center Friday, July 25.

Oklahoma teen accused of raping young children on mission trip

An Edmond teenager faces a possible life in prison sentence after authorities say they learned about shocking crimes he allegedly committed on an African mission trip.

Chipotle stock soars after yummy earnings

Forget buying burritos and tacos at Chiptole, purchase the company's stock.

Google has a plan to make your pages load faster

Google has a plan to make your pages load faster. The search giant has developed a new kind of image format that promises to shrink the size of web photos and graphic files down by about 35-percent.

How would you like to only work three days a week?

How would you like to only work three days a week? One of the world's richest says we all should be doing it!

East El Paso convenience store robbed

A convenience store in East El Paso was robbed early Tuesday morning.

Police investigate deadly overnight car crash

El Paso Police are investigating a deadly car crash on Transmountain Road.

Several Padres join the Chihuahuas on rehab stints

San Diego Padres infielders Everth Cabrera, Yonder Alonso and Jedd Gyorko are with the Chihuahuas this week on rehabilitation assignments.

Miners prep for C-USA Media Day

Conference USA's 2014 Football Media Day is set for Wednesday, July 23, in Irving, Texas. The league's head coaches and two student-athletes from each school will be on hand to preview the upcoming season.

Tsarnaev friend convicted of obstructing Boston bombings probe

BOSTON (CNN) -- A federal jury on Monday found a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of obstructing the investigation into the 2013 attack.

Chow from a 3-D printer? Natick researchers are working on it

Army researchers are investigating ways to incorporate 3-D printing technology into producing food for Soldiers.

Albuquerque church helping immigrants in Las Cruces

A church in Albuquerque spent the weekend taking donations for children who have come into the United States illegally. Parishioners brought toys, clothes and non-perishable food to be taken to the catholic diocese of Las Cruces.

FOB Walton closes as Afghanistan withdrawal continues

The hollow aluminum tent frames, clanked as they hit the ground during quick disassembly. The tents were the last standing structures on a huge empty lot in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, once known as Forward Operating Base Walton.

City cashing in on Chihuahuas' popularity

El Paso leaders say there's proof the ballpark is padding the city's coffers. So far the city has collected $48,000 in parking revenue from the Convention Center and Union Plaza transit terminal lots.

Las Cruces man accused of killing mom with sword set to appear in court

The Criminal Complaint against a 35-year-old Las Cruces man accused of brutally murdering his mother with a sword was obtained by Local 4 News on Monday morning.