Fort Bliss National Cemetery assessing damage amid repairs from previous storm

Fort Bliss National Cemetery officials are surveying the damage from Monday's heavy rainfall. Crews had recently repaired 300 graves and reset 100 headstones damaged by last week's flooding.

Teen admitted to role in murder, according to police affidavit

A teen admitted to investigators that she took part in the murder of the man found bound and burned in an abandoned downtown building this month. That's according to a police report Local 4 News obtained Tuesday.

Charges filed against two Las Cruces massage parlor owners

Charges have been filed against the suspected owners of two Las Cruces massage parlors that were believed to be providing illegal services to their male clientele in 2011.

Alamogordo 911 lines down, emergency calls routed through Roswell

A fiber optic line to the City of Alamogordo was damaged around 1 p.m. Monday afternoon, causing all 911 lines to the Alamogordo Police Department to go down.

Providence tuberculosis: 45 babies added to list

Officials with the El Paso Department of Public Health tell NewsChannel 9 that upon further review of records, an additional 45 babies have been added to the list of those that should be tested for tuberculosis.

Most congressional reaction to airstrikes comes from Obama's critics

As the Pentagon launched a barrage of airstrikes inside Syria late Monday, signaling a new phase in U.S.

Is the NFL skirting the tax man?

Did the National Football League make $10.5 billion in 2013, pay its chief executive Roger Goodell $44.2 million, yet pay no taxes to Uncle Sam? Well, yes and no.

Hannah Graham disappearance: What we know

A new search warrant was issued Monday for the apartment of Jesse Matthew, who police believe was the last person to see Hannah Graham before the 18-year-old college student disappeared on September 13.

Emma Watson faces backlash after gender equality speech

Emma Watson is experiencing the ugly side of advocacy.

NMSU rodeo reigns on competition during season opener

The New Mexico State University rodeo team began this season with a bang, providing many wins and taking the top men’s spot at Dine’ College in Tsaile, Arizona.

Community meeting for Westside pool planning advances

As part of an extensive planning process, the City of El Paso is inviting residents to demonstrate which amenities are most important to them in the new Westside Pool which is funded by the 2012 Quality of Life Bonds.

Texas SpaceX facility might land first human on Mars


Jimenez resigns as Chief Deputy County Clerk

Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins has announced the resignation of Chief Deputy Clerk Mario O. Jimenez III, effective Friday, Sept. 26.

EPA backs Texas disposal well plan

In their efforts to regulate the wells that hold Texas' oilfield waste, state officials have found a surprising ally: the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

Treasury Department tightens tax restrictions on companies

A new set of corporate tax rules may keep more companies in the U.S. Many U.S.firms have been merging with foreign companies and moving overseas to cut their tax bills.