Cam Headed for Carolina, Newton Picked #1 Overall

The 2011 NFL Draft has begun, and the Carolina Panthers have selected Auburn Quarterback Cam Newton as the #1 overall pick. Here are the top 10 picks of the first round:

Where Is The Money?

EL PASO - Remember the $830 million that was supposed to go to Texas school districts?

Maternal Mortality Up in California

Maternal mortality is on the rise in California.

Study: Misery May Actually Love Company

At some point, most of us have uttered the phrase, “misery loves company.” But, a new study says that may actually be the case.

2011 Class Introduced for El Paso Sports Hall of Fame

Here is a look at the 2011 El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame Class: Phil Prieto - Living Athlete Category Diane Proud - Living Athlete Category Pete Solis, Jr - Living Athlete Category

Borel To Ride Sunland Derby Winner 'Twice the Appeal' in Kentucky Derby

Jockey Calvin Borel, winner of the Kentucky Derby three of the past four years, will compete for the Run for the Roses again this year. Borel was given the mount on Twice the Appeal, according to Churchill Downs.

Woman Getting Kicked Out of Public Housing Fights it

EL PASO – Imagine being a single mom, being forced from your home, and having no place to go. That's the situation one El Paso woman found herself in. She reached out to us for help a few weeks ago. Vianey Alarcon sat down with us today, and told us she's hopeful about her situation.

Meningitis Vaccine Approved for Babies

According to the vaccines division of Sanofi-Aventis, the Food and Drug Administration approved the company's meningitis vaccine for children between 9 and 23 months.

Bag Check Discounts Over for United Continental

The $2 to $3 discount you used to get from United Continental if you paid for your luggage online, instead of at the ticket counter, is gone. The carrier has done away with the prepay option.

Sanchez, Jones Sentencing Date Set

EL PASO - Former County Judge Luther Jones and former District Clerk Gilbert Sanchez will be sentenced later this summer for their crimes of corruption.

Questionable PSB Practices Lead To Rule Changes

EL PASO - Less than a week after a couple of El Paso's most powerful former politicians were convicted of public corruption, another questionable business partnership is raising some eyebrows.

District 5 Candidate Runs Into Trouble

EL PASO - City council candidate and pastor Sonia Brown has been hit some ethical roadblocks recently in her campaign.

Update: Woman Gets Money Back From Repair Man

EL PASO – We have an update on a story we reported last week. Much has happened since Emilie Swartz shared her dilemma with us. She said she paid a man $360 to do some work on her roof, but that he never showed up to do the job, and wasn't returning her money.

DEA Drug Take-Back This Weekend

EL PASO - The Drug Enforcement Administration wants to prevent pill abuse, so this weekend they will safely get rid of unwanted medication.

Neon Desert This Weekend

EL PASO - The Neon Desert Music Festival is coming to El Paso April 30 and features local food vendors and 29 bands.