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Ribbon cutting ceremony helt at NMSU/UNM game

A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be taking place on the field during the second time out during the NMSU-UNM football game on Saturday, September 20th with representatives from ASNMSU and Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino to celebrate the complet

Against the odds, finding refuge in El Paso

 In a seafood restaurant where most of the wait staff and clientele preferred Spanish to English, Dekha Hassan-Mohamed mustered some dry wit that reflected how she was slowly adapting to her surroundings on the Texas-Mexico border.

JROTC holds root beer fundraiser for MDA

The Root Beet Float Sale-a-Thon will by hosted by Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC)at local Walgreens stores in El Paso to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

Bicyclist in critical condition

A 36-year-old bicyclist was seriously injured this morning and was airlifted to an El Paso hospital in critical condition.

More than 740 people exposed to Tuberculosis in El Paso hospital nursery

More than 700 patients and 40 employees were exposed to a hospital employee with an active case of Tuberculosis in the post-partum and newborn nursery area of Providence Memorial Hospital according to the City of El Paso Department of Public He

SWAT situation unfolding in Las Cruces

Las Cruces Police are still asking motorists and pedestrians to avoid a busy intersection in the center of Las Cruces as they deal with an ongoing SWAT situation that has been ongoing for almost six hours now.

Suspect arrested in drug deal turned murder

A drug deal gone wrong. That's what El Paso Police say was the motive behind a murder in the northeast in July. They've arrested 37-year-old Daniel Sanders.

Manhattan Heights neighborhood celebrating 100 years of rich history with block party

It's one of the most historic neighborhoods in El Paso and it has reached a major milestone. Manhattan Heights residents will celebrate the neighborhood's centennial anniversary with a block party on Saturday.

Education board members question teacher prep requirements

Texas education officials took an initial step Thursday toward asking the state to reconsider raising the minimum college GPA needed for prospective educators to enter certification programs.

NMSU Men’s Basketball Season Tickets Available Friday

Season tickets for the New Mexico State men’s basketball team go on sale Friday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. (MST).

UTEP Volleyball Ready For Last Tournament and C-USA Opener

After a highly-competitive weekend against No. 12 BYU and No. 8 Colorado State, the UTEP Miners will head back on the road as they round out non-conference play with the University of Denver Invitational.

Aggie Pep Rally

The New Mexico State athletic department will be hosting a special “Beat UNM Luncheon” on Friday at Noon.

UTEP Cross Country to Run in Las Cruces

The UTEP men’s and women’s cross-country team will make the short trip up Interstate 10 to compete in the Kachina Classic held in Las Cruces, N.M., Saturday morning.

One Direction fans invade El Paso hotel hoping for sighting

The rain was not about to get in the way of One Direction fans Thursday night.

Flu vaccine manufacturing plant will open in Texas

Texas Governor Rick Perry helped dedicate a national pandemic influenza vaccine manufacturing facility Thursday.