Heinrich named Associate Athletic Director for Development for NMSU

New Mexico State Athletics Director McKinley Boston announced this week that Fred Heinrich has been named the Aggies’ new Associate Athletic Director for Development.

NMSU earns 29 All-WAC academic honors

The 2013-14 Academic All-WAC men and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s indoor track and field and men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have been announced.

Chihuahuas fall in first extra innings game

The El Paso Chihuahuas lost the first extra-inning game in team history Wednesday, falling to the Tacoma Rainiers 4-3 in 10 innings.

Walmart toe sucker pleads guilty

A North Carolina man was sentenced to two months in jail after he admitted to sucking a woman's toes at a Walmart.

Las Cruces couple suspected of leaving 2-year-old in car

A Las Cruces couple found themselves behind bars after they allegedly left their 2-year-old daughter alone in a car while they went inside a local restaurant to celebrate a birthday.

Albuquerque police have 'pattern' of excessive, deadly force, report says

Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officers killed a 19-year-old as he "lay motionless on his back," an unarmed drugstore robber who was walking away from officers and a 25-year-old veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder w

Diamond Recovered and Returned to New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

The three carat diamond stolen from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science was returned to the museum this morning.

Area dentist arrested for practicing without a license

An area dentist found himself behind bars this morning after the El Paso Police Department alleges that he was practicing dentistry without a license for almost three years.

EPCSO: Woman charged with DWI had child in the car

A 38-year-old woman was arrested by El Paso County Sheriff's Deputies after they say she tried to flee a traffic stop while driving while intoxicated with her 4-year-old son in the car.

Chicago's $8 million push to protect students from gangs

Anxiety simmered in the days before Chicago's school year began.

Is the Internet killing religion?

We can blame the Internet for plenty: the proliferation of porn, our obsession with cat videos, the rise of teen trends like -- brace yourself -- eyeball licking.

Country star Rodney Atkins to perform at Freedom Crossing

Freedom Crossing at Fort Bliss announced that country music star Rodney Atkins will be the first concert of their annual Let Freedom Sing Concert Series, on Friday, May 23rd, 2014. The concert is free and open to the public.

China's embrace of tequila affects TX, Mexican markets

*Correction appended. A whiff of tequila may conjure images of blue-green agave fields in the Mexican countryside, a raucous Texas dance hall or even a college frat house after a homecoming game.

Polling Center: Threading the needle on education

The trench warfare of the 2014 gubernatorial election has recently turned to education, as Republican Greg Abbott and Democrat

Local teams prepare for the Moonbuggy Race Competition in Alabama

The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Outreach Canter in the New Mexico State University College of Education supports the two teams from LCPS high schools that are competing in the new NASA Human Exploration Rover Challen