War against ISIS: What does Rand Paul's 'yes' mean?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Rand Paul has gotten questions from the media lately at nearly every stop and in almost every interview about where he stands on combating the threat of ISIS.

Body of missing Juarez student found

It's a tragic end to the story of a female student who was reported missing five days ago in Juarez. The body of Cristal Fernandez was found Saturday in the backyard of the house owned by her ex husband's parents.

Marriott: Tip your housekeeper!

When you're staying at a hotel, tip your housekeeper!

FirstLight FCU experiencing major systems outage

FirstLight Federal Credit Union officials confirmed that they are experiencing a major systems outage that is affecting online banking, mobile banking and ATM services.

Bridge wait times improving slightly

The city-sponsored pilot program to pay overtime for Customs and Border Protection officers at our international bridges seems to be improving wait times slightly, according to a third quarterly report given at Monday's city council meeting

Deputies warn of ongoing telephone scam

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is warning of about an ongoing telephone scam. They say the callers tell victims there's a warrant for their arrest after a jury summons was ignored.

Cuellar: Debate on Immigration Surge Set to Re-emerge

The congressional debate about how to address the influx of unaccompanied Central American minors crossing illegally into Texas is likely to re-emerge later this year when lawmakers debate an omnibus budget bill, according to a Texas lawmaker.<

City Council to consider tighter zoning rules for Payday Loan Shops

A statewide fight over payday loans -- has flared up once again in El Paso. Efforts to further regulate the industry have failed in the state legislature, so now cities are taking on the task.

Why you crave pumpkin flavors in the fall

The Wall Street Journal labeled it a "Halloween horror story." The Internet called it something else: a "pumpkin panic."

Drillers, but not fracking, tied to tainted water

Oil and gas activities – but not hydraulic fracturing – tainted drinking water wells atop North Texas’ Barnett Shale and Pennsylvania’s Marcellus formation, according to a new study.

Las Cruces Dollar Tree employee injured after car crashes into store

A 58-year-old Dollar Store employee is recovering after a scary scene where a car came crashing through the front of the Las Cruces discount store Sunday.

Abortion clinic opening delayed

A controversial new abortion clinic didn't end up opening Monday in Las Cruces as planned. Whole Women's Health is delaying its opening due to logistical issues. No word on when the clinic will now open.

Anthony man arrested after allegedly harassing his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend all weekend

Doña Ana County investigators arrested an Anthony man Sunday morning after his ex-girlfriend told law enforcement he spent the weekend coming over uninvited, hiding out in her house, and assaulted her and her new boyfriend.

Woman believed to be El Paso's oldest resident passes away

A woman who very well might have been El Paso's oldest resident has passed away. Last year we introduced you to Maria Guadalupe Muñoz.

NMSU Homecoming 2014 celebrates milestone reunions

The New Mexico State University Alumni Association will celebrate reunions for the class of 1964 and the class of 1954 during the Road to Discovery Homecoming celebration Nov. 3-9.