Sep, 16

Man sentenced for stabbing, hiding girlfriend’s body under bed

SAN ANTONIO (AP) – A San Antonio man has been sentenced to 33 years in prison for fatally stabbing his girlfriend and then stuffing her body underneath his bed.

Sep, 16

This Mesilla restaurant has the best salsa in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – A Mesilla restaurant has taken top honors at the New Mexico State Fair’s annual salsa challenge.

Sep, 16

Texas worker, who rubbed genitals on customer’s pizza, charged with tampering

GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) – An 18-year-old pizza store employee in Texas has been charged with a felony after police say he rubbed his genitals on food he was preparing for a customer.

Sep, 16

Hurricane Odile slams Mexico’s Baja California

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico (AP) – Odile weakened to a tropical storm Monday night after blazing a trail of destruction through Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula that leveled everything from ramshackle homes to luxury hotels, and left entire neighborhoods as disaster zones. ›› PHOTOS: Hurricane Odile slams Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula

Sep, 16

Juárez man arrested after body found in drum

Chihuahua state police arrested a man in connection with a body found in a cement-filled metal drum in Juárez last week, officials said during the weekend.

Sep, 16

Rare Earth startup in Sierra Blanca scaled down to cut costs

A fledgling Sierra Blanca company, with hopes to mine billions of dollars worth of rare earth minerals from a mountain near the West Texas town, is trying to raise $1.6 million from a proposed stock market offering to further fund metallurgical studies for the project, Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp., officials said during a presentation… More

Sep, 16

Former Del Valle soccer standout Justis Bradley makes team at University of South Carolina

Former Del Valle boys soccer player Justis Bradley always harbored hopes of playing college soccer on the Division I level.

Sep, 16

Commissioners give UMC of El Paso green light to obtain $20 million line of credit

County commissioners on Monday gave the University Medical Center of El Paso the green light to obtain a $20 million line of credit to help with the hospital district’s cash-flow problems.