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  • 13 killed in execution-style raid on Tijuana drug rehab center

    13 killed in execution-style raid on Tijuana drug rehab center
    Thirteen men were killed in a raid at a drug rehabilitation center in Tijuana, Mexican officials said Monday. Masked gunmen forced residents onto the floor at El Camino a la Recuperacion center and then sprayed them with bullets, officials said. The...
  • Acting as an advocate

    Acting as an advocate
    CORONA DEL MAR — One person can make a difference. You just have to believe in yourself, be patient, put in many hours of work, and, sometimes — just sometimes — search far and wide for Spanish translators. That was the message...
  • Balboa carousel told to mosey on

    Balboa carousel told to mosey on
    NEWPORT BEACH — Balboa Peninsula's most famous horses will stop galloping come September. The Balboa Fun Zone will likely close its iconic merry-go-round after the Fun Zone marks its 75th anniversary Sept. 24, according to manager Patrick Moore....
  • Curiosidades: Alcalde de Nuevo México firma contratos en estado de ebriedad

    Martín Reséndiz, alcalde de un poblado fronterizo del estado de Nuevo México y candidato a legislador, estaba ebrio cuando firmó nueve contratos con una empresa de California que ahora está demandando al ayuntamiento por un millón de dólares, según se...
  • Suspect in 1986 South Bay murder arrested at border

    Suspect in 1986 South Bay murder arrested at border
    SAN DIEGO -- A man suspected of killing a teenager in the South Bay 25 years ago was behind bars in Texas Thursday following his arrest at the U.S.- Mexico line in that state, authorities said. Customs and Border Protection officers took 55-year-old...
  • Just How Hot Was The Summer Of 2011

    The summer of 2011 will certainly be remembered around the country...for many it was either too wet...way too dry, and for so much real estate across the plains and especially the southern plains...way to hot and dry. A raging drought continues down...
  • A Dry Odessa Wonders if Desalination is the Answer

    A Dry Odessa Wonders if Desalination is the Answer
    Texas Tribune The city of Odessa, facing a dire drought situation, is looking to an unlikely example for help in finding water: the desert city of El Paso. Water pressure in Odessa dropped in August, and residents can only water their lawns during...
  • Teen Who Faked Cancer Raised $17,000 in Donations, police say

    Teen Who Faked Cancer Raised $17,000 in Donations, police say
    EL PASO, TEXAS -- A teenager is charged with 'theft by deception' for allegedly collecting $17,000 in donations after telling people she was dying of leukemia. Police say Ruth Angelica "Angie" Gomez, 18, told classmates and friends that she only had...
  • Hampton's Tron Martinez makes most of chance with Marshall

    Hampton's Tron Martinez makes most of chance with Marshall
    Standing outside coach Doc Holliday's office early in the summer of 2010, Marshall assistant coach Phil Ratliff still wasn't exactly sure what he'd have to tell Holliday to sell him on the fact Tron Martinez was the right fit for the Thundering Herd....
  • President Obama Visits Texas

    President Obama Visits Texas
    President Obama visits Texas. He talked immigration reform and border security in El Paso. Then detailing why fixing the system is important for the economy. Obama: "This change has to be driven by you. You've got to push for comprehensive reform....
  • Director Charles Minn On Film '8 Murders A Day'

    Director Charles Minn On Film '8 Murders A Day'
    Director Charlie Minn stopped by to talk about his film 8 Murders a Day. It's an examination into the social and economical situation in Juarez, Mexico which has turned the city into the murder capital of the world. Juarez, Mexico borders El Paso, Texas....
  • What Makes a Man (or Woman) on a Marriage License?

    What Makes a Man (or Woman) on a Marriage License?
    Texas Tribune In a state that bans same-sex marriage, it would seem to be easy to know who can legally marry. Texas county clerks will tell you it is not. A two-year-old state law says a court order recognizing a sex or name change is acceptable for...