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Salvador ambassador visits NMSU Oct. 2

NMSU’s Model U.N. students in the College of Arts and Sciences are excited to be able to meet and discuss issues with the Salvadoran ambassador to the United Nations, Ruben Zamora.

NMSU hosts talk on Hispanic poetry

New Mexico State University's Center for Latin studies will host a talk on current trends of Hispanic poetry on Thursday, October 2nd featuring Jose Kozer.

San Elizario woman charged with murder in connection to husband's death

Martha Acevedo, 61, of San Elizario has been charged with Murder in connection to the death of her husband, Jose Acevedo.

On the Border, military gear inspires mixed reactions

A federal program that transfers surplus military equipment to local communities — and is under review by the Obama administration — is drawing mixed reactions from border officials whose regions have benefited from the initiative.<

NMSU Physical Science Lab tests small unmanned aircraft in dusk, night conditions

The New Mexico State University Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Test Center and the NMSU Department of Psychology just completed a series of three, week-long, experimental tests to evaluate the safety of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS)

Experts say gas prices could continue to drop

As gas prices continue to drop across the country, drivers are getting some much needed relief at the pumps. "It's going to put a lot more money in my pocket," said Daniel Madrid, an El Paso resident.

Several facilities will be closed in Las Cruces due to the 2014 Whole Enchilada Fiesta

Several City of Las Cruces facilities will be closed in the Hadley Avenue Complex during the 2014 Whole Enchilada Fiesta Friday, Sept. 26, through Sunday, Sept. 28.

Rain means plenty of weeds around town

There is a new infestation in the borderland. The heavy rain and flooding we saw the past few weeks gives the ground the perfect conditions to allow weeds to grow.

Seventeen arrests netted in cargo theft ring

More than a dozen people are arrested in a sting that involved alleged Barrio Azteca gang members.

Prosecutor: Reply to Perry Filing Likely to Come Next Month

Gov. Rick Perry's legal team was quick to challenge the criminal indictment against him in August, making its position known within days of the governor's booking.

First round of TB test results in El Paso negative, New Mexico results pending

The El Paso Department of Public Health released the first set of tuberculosis test results after a potential exposure at Providence Memorial Hospital.

NMSU Men's Basketball Announces Staff Hires

The New Mexico State men’s basketball program announced today that they have bolstered their coaching staff with the hire of Tim Daniels and the promotions of Preston Laird and Bryan Mondragon

UTEP Continues Conference Play at Home

UTEP Volleyball returns to Memorial Gym with the season’s first full weekend of Conference USA matches. The Miners will face off against UNT on Friday at 7 p.m. (MT) and FAU on Sunday at 12 p.m.

NM State Opens WAC Play at UTPA

The New Mexico State soccer team heads to the state of Texas for its Western Athletic Conference opener at Texas Pan American. The match is scheduled for a 6 p.m. Saturday at the Edinburg Baseball Stadium.