A group in El Paso is making plans to start a new school where students can be trained in alternative healing methods.
President Barack Obama will visit Army base Fort Bliss on Friday, exactly two years since his last visit when he highlighted the draw down of troops out of Afghanistan.
Poet Javier Sicilia will go before the El Paso City Council on Wednesday to propose stricter regulation of gun sales.
Former El Paso County Commissioner Willie Gandara Jr. has pleaded guilty to storing and distributing hundreds of pounds of marijuana.
Catholic Charities of San Antonio has offered immigrants low-cost legal help for more than three decades. But a decision was made to forego helping so-called “DREAMers” seeking to benefit from a new federal program.
Ted Cruz is the Tea Party Republican who won Tuesday's primary run-off for a Texas Senate seat.
The case involves three children, laws in two countries, an international treaty, criminal investigations by U.S. and Mexican authorities, and a lawsuit filed in U.S. federal court.
San Antonio police say one hate crime was reported in 2011; five in 2010. But the Council on Islamic-American Relations says every week it get calls about threats and attacks from people who fear retaliation.
After years of increasing the volume of border agents, DHS is now increasingly taking to the air and the water to boost national security.
The El Paso City Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday asking for the release of an American trucker detained in Mexico.