There is a growing concern that the smart meters’ low-level radio frequency is somehow causing health problems –- and some say the smart meters are part of a plan to take over the country.
Non-voters are opting out of the political process. And year after year, Texas has one poorest voter turnouts in the nation.
The historic signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement was celebrated Monday in San Antonio.
The World Trade Bridge is a testament to the post-NAFTA boom. The number of trucks crossing through Laredo has tripled since NAFTA. But traffic has already outgrown capacity.
Spanish news network Univision is hosting the debate among candidates for one of the largest congressional districts in the nation.
Since its inception in 1994, NADBANK has invested $1.2 billion in 155 projects on both sides of the border.
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.